Students at Cony High School in Augusta a got lesson today on the dangers that face them in the digital world–from none other than the Maine Army National Guard.
A woman was taken to a hospital after her car collided with a moose in Northport.
The Centers for Disease Control estimates 1 in 68 children have autism.
An overdue hunter who went missing in the Alton woods Thursday morning was found alive Friday afternoon.
A lawsuit has been filed on behalf of a man who was fatally shot by police following a standoff in Chester.
A man accused of stealing wood from a land owner’s property in Bradley plead guilty to felony timber theft charges.
Search crews have found a missing hunter from Orono.
A Caanan man is charged with reckless conduct after allegedly firing a shotgun from his moving pick-up, with a child in the passenger seat.
Over the past few years, we’ve brought you the story of Michael Kelley, a 25-year-old from Waldo.
“I understand they have to go by constitutional rights and I am 110% for that,” says Chief Sean Geagan with the Bucksport Police Department.
“It was learn how to turn tricks.
Major renovations and upgrades are coming to the Fire and Crash Rescue Station at the Maine Air National Guard in Bangor.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) – A senior adviser to Gov.
Jurors in Augusta heard opening statements Thursday in the murder trial of a handyman from Waterville accused of killing a man he’d work for.
The Waterville School board ended its meeting Wednesday without making a decision on embattled high school principal Don Reiter’s dismissal.
It’s just past 9 in the morning on a Tuesday in November – Maine Military Supply in Holden is already seeing a steady flow of customers.
Lots of folks lined the streets of Bangor and Brewer for this year’s Veterans Day Parade.
George Fulcher, of Eddington, flew a remarkable amount of missions as a ball turret gunner in World War II.
Research shows firefighters are being diagnosed with cancer at an alarmingly high rate.