Friday, May 24, 2013
LePage tells reporters and Democrats he will move out of the State House because of the disagreement.
Message changed on TV outside LePage's office
Hear comments from Justin Alfond and Mark Eves
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The state Senate has granted initial approval to a bill requiring public schools to provide at least 30 minutes of physical activity each day for elementary school students.
The financial disclosure statements from Maine's senators show both are well-off financially, with King worth as much as $26 million.
The objection is filed to a judge's decision to seal the police affidavit in the death of Nichole Cable.
Lawyer wants documents in Maine teen's death sealed
Girl's murder suspect silent amid sea of grief in Maine court
In-state rates at Maine's two-year schools have risen 7 percent in the last five years, compared with a 29 percent increase at the state’s four-year universities, according to a report.
Some called it a positive stand against discrimination, others say the Boy Scouts shouldn't address issues of sexuality.
Boy Scouts vote to accept gay boys
Dear Governor: Is all this absurdity really your attempt to pull our attention away from a serious public-policy issue?
Minutes after Democrats' symbolic victory, LePage wipes it out and calls for a different bill to repay Maine's hospital debt.
Kennebunk is the only town in Maine to receive a AAA rating, according to town officials.
Authorities say Dana Wilson, who works as a disc jockey, had videos of young girls engaged in sexual behavior on his computer.
Jermany Scott Claus, 39, allegedly requested nude images of a juvenile girl in Tennessee.
Investigators scrutinize a 2011 triple slaying that left Tamerlan Tsarnaev's boxing partner dead.
Two other vehicles tumble off into the river, but no one was killed.
I-5 bridge collapse survivor: 'You hold on'
Bridge collapses in Washington, plunging cars, people into water
The first three seasons of the comedy were being watched by so many subscribers that Netflix knew another season would be well-received and would likely lure new subscribers, too.
They play again Saturday at the championships in Wisconsin.
The governor wants his bill or nothing at all. But nothing would be the wrong choice for Maine.
Rob Ford says the media is out to get him as he addresses a video, whose authenticity has not been verified, that alleged to show him smoking crack cocaine.
Fuss over LePage's TV exceeds trivial dispute