‘Survivor’ first aired on CBS in 2000.
State workers came to Augusta today to speak out against a government shutdown.
Manslaughter charges have been filed against a man from Wayne in connection with a crash that killed another man last month.
A Skowhegan man was arrested Thursday after police say he held a kitchen knife to another man’s throat.
Eastern Maine labor leaders and health care providers gathered in Brewer this morning to give their thoughts on the new health care legislation unveiled by Senate Republicans yesterday.
A Swanville woman was seriously injured after a motorcycle crash in Belfast yesterday afternoon.
Senators Susan Collins and Angus King have announced the Acadia National Park Advisory Commission will be able to resume its meetings after September 1.
Game Wardens this morning recovered the body of a Fort Fairfield man who’s been missing since last week when the boat his group was in capsized on Square Lake.
Emergency crews called to the interstate Thursday evening when a boat caught on fire.
Last year, the Brooklin General Store closed and was torn down.
After weeks of gridlock, House Republicans have brought forth a budget proposal that has the full support of Governor LePage.
The Department of Homeland Security has expanded the number of foreign temporary worker visas available this fiscal year.
Investigators say two 12-year-old boys have been charged with arson, a class A felony, after intentionally lighting a home on fire in Pittsfield this morning.
The state government has not shutdown since 1991.
Police say they’ve arrested two adults and one juvenile after a string of burglaries and thefts in the Patten area that took place for months.
Senator Susan Collins could play a key role in the fate of the newly unveiled healthcare bill.
Summer meal programs have started around the region, offering healthy meals for free to families in need.
Everyone is safe but a Pittsfield home is heavily damaged after fire broke out this morning.
A Lincoln man died in an explosion in his home last night.
Coast Guard officials say the kayaker who sent out a mayday yesterday is safe and sound.