A maple tree shows off its autumn foliage on Sept. 29, 2022, in Bridgton. Credit: Robert F. Bukaty / AP

Today is Monday. Temperatures will be in the low 30s to low 40s from north to south, with partly or mostly sunny skies throughout the state. See what the weather for the rest of the day will be here.

Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.

Maine was eradicating veteran homelessness, then it shot back up

Homelessness has jumped since the pandemic leaving Maine once again trying to get ahead of the problem.

Many people are already using Bangor’s warming centers and homeless shelters

Warming centers are consistently at or near capacity now.

PLUS: Growing financial losses in recent years due to increasing need and unsteady funding have forced Penobscot Community Health Care to look for another group to take over the emergency shelter portion of the Hope House Health and Living Center.

The Paul LePage veto and what led to Maine’s ‘yellow flag’ gun law

It was a watershed moment in the State House, showing bipartisan action was possible on one of the most divisive issues in American politics.

Some prosecutors stop using terrorizing law that’s likely unconstitutional 

Maine’s terrorizing law prohibits making threats to a person that cause them “reasonable fear” of a crime or the evacuation of a building.

Tribal members hope passage of Question 6 improves relations with the state

“We are optimistic that this continues to move the needle,” Penobscot Tribal Ambassador Maulian Dana Bryant said.

Here’s what you said are the worst intersections in Maine

More than 200 Bangor Daily News readers responded to our query about the worst intersections in Maine.

Wiscasset challenges Maine Yankee tax exemption in court

“The Legislature did not intend a high-level nuclear waste storage facility to benefit from the industrial air pollution control tax exemption.”

Hampden Academy senior gets her hunting grand slam

Alexa Liberatore missed the 1,200 or so trick-or-treaters on one of her favorite holidays because she was gutting out and hauling a deer from the woods.

This Maine family has been farming since before the US was a country

Members of the Bell family have been living and farming on the land in what is now Washington County since 1765.

In other Maine news …

Donald Trump is the 1st candidate to submit signatures for Maine’s 2024 ballot

Maine veterans tell of dead animals, yellow water and cancer at Canadian base

A Renys will open in Bangor in 2024

Judge dismisses Old Town lawsuits over rats and rooster

Presque Isle Walmart evacuated over ‘credible’ bomb threat

Maine paraplegic professor rappels down building for charity

Sculpture honoring Acadian heritage adorns new Madawaska border crossing

Rangeley Plantation man found safe

25-year-old inmate dies at Androscoggin County Jail

Man suspected of stealing 2 trucks assaults Waterville cop

Florida man gets 20 years for sexually extorting Maine child on Instagram

Hampden Academy girls soccer coach steps down

Kennebunk football wins 1st state title since 1991

Thornton Academy football outlasts undefeated Portland for title

Wells football shocks undefeated Foxcroft to steal Class D title

Leavitt football beats Oceanside for another perfect season

8th-ranked BU hockey holds off No. 9 UMaine to complete sweep

North Florida pulls away late to subdue UMaine men’s basketball

UNH football continues mastery over UMaine with season-ending 44-25 win

UMaine men’s basketball defeats Presbyterian College at Florida tournament