1. Sen. Lindsey Graham said Sunday that there would be “riots in the street” if former president Donald Trump is prosecuted for taking classified government documents. The White House press secretary criticized such “dangerous” comments about violence.
2. The former director of the Skowhegan Regional Chamber of Commerce has been charged with theft and forgery. Jason Gayne pleaded not guilty Monday to several charges that accuse him of taking nearly $200,000 from the chamber and the Hospice Volunteers of Somerset County.
3. Gov. Janet Mills says she doesn’t support a California-style mandate to phase out all new gasoline-only vehicles by 2035. Advocates in Maine say that makes sense given challenges such as cost and availability.
4. The Lewiston School Committee voted unanimously on Monday to ban cell phones in school for students through 8th grade and to limit phones to outside of classrooms for high school students.
5. Hot Radio Maine’s 2nd Annual Cuts For Class went down yesterday. The crew at Crow’s Nest Barbershop in Auburn completed 124 FREE back to school cuts in 8 hours. Made Hot in Maine by Dirigo Federal Credit Union.