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A proposal to use City of Augusta funds to help downtown building owners create high-end apartments has now raised the question about all this work eventually pushing lover income renters out of the downtown area. The reports supporters point out there are already low-income housing options downtown, but the demand for middle and high-income renters is also in demand.

From the Associated Press:

An analysis of accidental shootings involving children shows few incidents in northern New England. Vermont stands out because of its small population. The Associated Press and the USA TODAY Network analyzed the circumstances of more than 1,000 accidental shootings involving children, using information collected by the Gun Violence Archive, a nonpartisan research group.

Sen. Susan Collins said she will not be casting a vote for either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump in this year's presidential election. The Portland Press Herald reports she made her remarks during a forum held by Harvard University's Institute of Politics

U.S.-led coalition forces are backing Iraqi government and Kurdish forces as they carry out coordinated military operations to take back the city of Mosul  from the Islamic State group. The take-back of Mosul is expected to be the toughest battle since American troops left Iraq nearly five years ago. Mosul has been under IS rule for more than two years.

Floods triggered by heavy rains have killed 24 people and left four others missing in central Vietnam. And disaster officials say a typhoon is approaching after striking the Philippines. Heavy rains of up to 3 feet on Friday and Saturday submerged 125,000 homes in the region, damaging infrastructure, crops and fish farms.

The suspect in the 1979 disappearance of 6-year-old Etan Patz in New York City is about to be retried on murder and kidnapping charges. When Pedro Hernandez was tried last year, the jury was deadlocked. Hernandez confessed in 2012, but his lawyers say his admissions are false. Etan Patz was among the first missing children to be pictured on milk cartons.

A civil trial begins Monday in Pennsylvania in the lawsuit of a former Penn State assistant coach who provided key evidence used to convict child molester Jerry Sandusky. Mike McQueary testified that he once saw Sandusky sexually abuse a boy in a team shower and reported it to his boss, then-head coach Joe Paterno. McQueary says the school retaliated against him by not renewing his contract in 2012, and he's asking for $4 million in damages.