A former UMaine Football player faces life in prison for murdering a man in Florida.
A Husson University student is accused of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman at a party in Old Town.
Governor Paul LePage today announced a pardon request for Dakota the Dog.
A bail check in Augusta ended with three men arrested on drug charges.
A statewide citizen funded advocacy group is calling on Governor LePage to strengthen the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.
For the first time since 2014, Maine is poised to have a permanent Education Commissioner.
A lawmaking committee put a halt on a bill that would let certain municipal governing boards conduct meetings over the phone.
There was a public hearing Wednesday on a proposal to allow slot machines or a casino in York County.
Last week, residence in Brownville voted to defund their police department.
A Warren man is facing a slew of charges after police say he led them on a chase through a school zone in Hampden Wednesday morning.
Maine Central Institute in Pittsfield is in their largest fundraising campaign in school history.
The City of Brewer is the latest municipality around the state to place a moratorium on recreational marijuana.
It’s not every day you see four generations of family together.
Governor LePage introduced a bill today to make permanent many of his administration’s welfare reforms.
In 2016, more than 2,000 cases of child abuse and neglect were confirmed in Maine.
The state’s Marijuana Legalization Implementation Committee continues to work on legislation that would determine what agency would oversee recreational marijuana.
Two Maine marine patrol officers were honored at the State House Tuesday for heroism.
Penquis is hoping to build a new housing complex in Bangor.
A man was sent to the hospital after a crash on interstate 395.
It looks as though the former Bangor Y building will not be taken by eminent domain, as an agreement on a sale has been reached.