1. State officials and police say they destroyed more than 200 pounds of illegally grown marijuana Tuesday afternoon in Wilton worth an estimated $1 million. The investigation is ongoing. (WGME)
2. Gas prices have fallen or remained steady since Sep. 19. As of Tuesday, the national average for gas prices stood just below $3.25, down 25 cents from a month ago and 30 cents less than this time last year. The downward trend in gas prices is expected to continue at least into the New Year. (PH)
3. Indiana faces UMaine women’s basketball tomorrow at the Cross Insurance Arena. It’s a homecoming for Indiana’s first team All American Mackenzie Holmes. The former Gorham High School All-State player and Maine Gatorade Player of the Year won two Maine Class AA state championships at the Cross Insurance Arena and will be competing on the court for the first time since high school. (BDN)
4. Google is doing some house cleaning and will start deleting any accounts that haven’t been used in at least two years as soon as Friday. Google will notify you if you have an account you might have forgotten about. (Grio)
5. Today is National Throw Out Your Leftovers Day! If you’re hanging on to your Thanksgiving leftovers, it’s time to toss them. Experts say that leftovers can be kept in the refrigerator for 3 to 4 days.
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