It’s a bittersweet day here at TV5.
Better odds of beating cancer, that’s what Eastern Maine Medical Center officials are hoping a new 3D guided breast biopsy machine will deliver.
Memorial Day is one of the biggest box office weekends of the year…
Thursday night, TV5 ran a special program about the opiate epidemic in Maine, and how it impacts teenagers and their families.
Hundreds of people were in Bangor Thursday for the largest international business event in northern New England.
Waterfront Concerts in Bangor will now be smoke free.
Pack your things, that’s what Bangor Police are telling homeless people who’ve set up tents near the Penobscot River.
The White House plans to cut $2.6 billion from the EPA’s budget, eliminating more than 50 environmental protection programs.
The former Grants Dairy Plant on Milk Street in Bangor is being churned back to life.
Governor LePage wants to start shutting down the Maine Turnpike Authority within the next decade.
Nancy Dankel is a frequent customer at “The Local Variety in Bucksport,”
So frequent that the staff know her order as soon as she walks in.
A week of uncertainty continues for residents of Washington County and staff members of the Downeast Correctional Facility in Machiasport.
A former employee of RSU 63 has been charged with stealing more than $100,000 from the school district.
The trial of Thomas Ferguson, 37, continued.
Middle schoolers in Blue Hill are reaching out in a big way to their peers halfway around the world–and they just may be saving lives.
Attorney General Janet Mills is asking a judge to dismiss Governor LePage’s lawsuit against her–calling it frivolous.
We hope you find a moment of remembrance on Memorial Day.
Daniel Campbell, 32, pleaded guilty last month to domestic violence assault.
A man from Aroostook County who killed his girlfriend will remain in prison for the rest of his life.
We are in the midst of the two week “Click it or Ticket” Campaign to encourage people to buckle up.