A grass fire ripped through an area filled with power lines on Wiswell Road in Brewer.
Wednesday TV5 introduced you to inmates in Kennebec County graduating from the CARA program, an addiction recovery academy (Watch Part 1).
Taking care of a sick child can be hard on a family, especially those with chronically ill kids who have major medical needs.
“It’s such a joy to see these people go out and do the things you hoped they’d do.”
Katherine Musgrave began teaching nutrition at the University of Maine in 1969.
A wildfire torched about two acres of a wooded area in Orrington Thursday afternoon.
A six month old Millinocket boy has died and state police say they are investigating.
A woman from Trescott was killed in a head-on crash with a loaded logging truck in Wesley early this morning.
Police say the teenager wanted in connection with firing shots near another teen in Swanville has been taken into custody.
Forest Rangers say a wildfire in Lubec has burned 200 acres of wildland.
At some point, every parent has struggled with sick children – and felt the relief when they finally got better.
The United Way and local letter carriers will team up this weekend to help tackle food insecurity.
Forest Rangers tell us that they are investigating two fires they consider suspicious.
A wildland fire in Cooper burned three acres this afternoon.
A trooper was assaulted after he stopped a speeding car on I-295 in Gardiner today, that according to State Police Spokesman Steve McCausland.
Metered parking won’t be coming to downtown Bangor anytime soon.
Crews from many towns are still on the scene of a massive fire that destroyed buildings and scorched 50 acres in Burlington.
Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a 16-year-old boy accused of firing a gun toward another teen over the weekend.
Firefighters say an auto parts delivery person on his regular route spotted a brush fire in Winslow yesterday and called for help.
Police say guns and construction equipment were stolen from a seasonal home in Franklin County.
State elected officials and fire investigators are hoping to raise awareness about arson in Maine–and the four-legged friends that are crucial to investigating it.