WABI News Desk
New Maine Law Requires Water Testing for Schools
Updated: 32 minutes ago|
By Corey Bouchard
Maine schools are required to test drinking water for lead this year due to a new state law. Newssouce8's Corey Bouchard spoke with an Environmental Services Scientist to learn more about what these tests are and how they are done
Former Aid Workers React to Haiti Abductions
Updated: 34 minutes ago|
By Brian Bouchard
The kidnapping of 17 Christian aid group workers in Haiti has brought to light the dangers of Mission work. Brian Bouchard caught up with some people who have been to Haiti, to bring aid to those in need.
Eastern and Central Maine, the WABI News app is your source for all the latest local weather, local news and sports you need—all while you’re on the go—on the WABI 5 News app!
Requires iOS 9 or higher.
General fixes and performance enhancements
Ratings and Reviews
Needs FB & Twitter logins
Facebook and Twitter account integration for things like saving stories and settings would be great!
Pleasant to use, but horrible 3rd party clickbait
The app covers the basics and lets me catch up on some news and weather, pulling data from their website. Many “ articles “ are just a couple lines, but fair enough. No bugs yet in this version of the app. ........ I down rate it because everything you look at is saddled with 3rd party social up-worthy clickbait “recommended” junk looking identical to news articles; like: some-town-name you won’t believe this startup is disrupting a 200 billion dollar industry. .... WABI, cut it out. How can you stoop so low? Totally unprofessional ... whomever implemented that should be fired. You are a news company, not some random blog. Why this 3rd party BS on every page? Several times longer than the “article” wasting everybody’s precious mobile data. Keep it professional, stick to facts and present just the news.
Lots of bugs
This thing has lots of bugs, weather app has not worked for almost 6 months shows an error which is likely related to the noaa api.
Also as of lately when you read an article the adds are not placed properly so they go under the text, that prevents you from being able to read the article and it also prevents you from clicking on the ad, kind of a lose lose situation user loses and the advertisers
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- Gray Television Group, Inc.
- 67.2 MB
- Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.3 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
- Apple TV
- Requires tvOS 9.2 or later.
English, German, Spanish
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive ThemesInfrequent/Mild ContestsInfrequent/Mild Realistic ViolenceInfrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- © Gray Television, Inc. 2021
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.
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After all the sausage came out, Katya turned her booty towards Sveta. Sveta approached her sister's bottom. Pushing aside a strip of panties. She parted the buns and touched Katya's anus. There was a smell that brought back memories for her.
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