There are at least three winning tickets in Wednesday night’s record $1.6 billion Powerball jackpot.
State Police say remains found in Fairfield were that of a full term baby boy.
Folks in Lincoln are spending the day digging out from the latest snowstorm-leaving about seven inches and making for dicey driving.
Game Wardens are looking for who’s responsible for killing a pregnant deer in St.
Augusta police are looking for the man who aimed a gun at a convenience store worker and robbed the place.
State Police have identified the women who was killed in a rollover crash on the interstate in Medway Tuesday night.
Tonight, President Obama delivered his final State of the Union address to a Joint Session of Congress.
Slow and steady was the warning Wednesday morning for drivers on Maine’s roadways.
At a press conference in Augusta Tuesday, lawmakers and family members of missing persons and murder victims gave an update on the “Cold Case Squad” bill.
Governor LePage says he will skip the traditional “State of the State” address.
State Police investigators have been in Fairfield for the past two days where they say they found the remains of what appears to be a recent pregnancy.
A man is behind bars after a domestic incident in Union Monday night.
Press release issued by Emera Maine Tuesday morning-
“Emera Maine field crews continue to make progress.
Nearly 300 people packed into Cony High School in Augusta Monday night for a community forum on opiate abuse.
A day after hurricane-force winds ripped through parts of our area, power crews spent Monday tackling outages.
The Attorney General Office has ruled that four police involved shooting incidents from 2015 were justified.
No one has won the Powerball jackpot since November 4th, so the prize has gotten colossal.
Summit Natural Gas of Maine is losing more than a quarter of its work force.
A portion of Route 9 in Amherst is back open after downed power lines from a crash tied up the roadway Sunday afternoon.
Heavy rain and melting snow overnight Sunday has left roads flooded and tens of thousands of people without power.