Plane Slides off Runway, $1.5B Jackpot Winner Claims Prize & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
The FTC says younger Americans reported losing money to scams more often than older American according to WGME.
Norridgewock voters said yes to a budget and support to apply for a grant for two firefighters according to centralmaine.com.
Waterville City Councilors updates on plans for some projects in downtown and look at changing the downtown tax district according to centralmaine.com.
Gov Mills is getting ready to start the state's maple season with a ceremonial tapping of a maple tree on the lawn of the governor's mansion according to US News.
Officials say a pilot and four passengers suffered minor injuries when a United Express regional jet slid off a runway during a Presque Isle snowstorm according to US News. (More from WABI and the Fiddlehead Focus)
The state will use almost $1 million in existing state funding to hire 45 people to staff a temporary call center to help enroll eligible Mainers in Medicaid expansion according to US News.
Gasoline prices up about 1.3 cents a gallon in Maine to $2.36 and the national average is up 15.6 cents from last month and it 9.1 cents per gallon lower than a year ago according to US News.
The winner of the $1.5 BILLION Mega Millions jackpot in South Carolina claimed the prize according to CNN.