Four months into the 113th US Congress and Freshman Republican Bruce Poliquin has hit the ground running.
Thousand of Mainers, dealing with a variety of debilitating conditions, are turning to a non-traditional form of medicine to treat their symptoms — medical marijuana.
Last August, 5-year-old Aiden Bulkley and his grandfather drowned in the Penobscot River in Bucksport on a fishing trip.
No pain can compare to that of a parent who’s lost a child.
There is an ongoing debate about whether 150,000 acres of land owned by Roxanne Quimby and Elliotsville Plantation should be given to the Federal Government for the creation of a National Park in the Katahdin Region.
Maine already has one national park that is visited by thousands upon thousands of people from around the country and the world.
Hundreds of Mainers have lost jobs and careers with the closures of paper mills in recent years.
Eight films will be competing for the night’s highest honor.
When it comes to a heart attack, time is of the essence.
“She said honey, this is your heart.
According to the latest data, Maine ranks 27th in the nation when it comes to residents who are obese.
What’s for dinner?
Local beer brewers are becoming major players in Maine’s economy.
Monday night we took a look at how bail is set.
While browsing your comments on TV5’s Facebook page, and while listening to conversations throughout our newsroom, TV5’s Caitlin Burchill noticed the topic of bail has many folks talking.
The Maine Marine Patrol covers all of the salt water along the nearly 35 hundred miles of the state’s coastline.
“The way I compare it is, everyone knows what a game warden does.
Public safety dispatchers answer countless calls of distress and emergency every day.
Rockland’s iconic Farnsworth Art Museum has been around for 66 years.
When you say Maine to an outsider, a few things usually come to mind.