Wednesday, May 22, 2013
The shooting took place early today in Orlando, Fla., when law enforcement personnel were interviewing the man.
The men say they just learned that church officials knew a priest was molesting children and did nothing to stop it.
The House and Senate approve a bill that would pay state hospitals back $186 million, and give basic health coverage to 60,000 Mainers using federal dollars.
Q&A: The facts surrounding the parties' disagreement
The state funds will go toward replacing Hall Elementary and fixing Longfellow Elementary, says Portland's finance director.
It's all downhill from here for state Sen. Dawn Hill...
Students and parents recount stories of brave teachers who sheltered their pupils during Monday's 200 mile-per-hour twister.
SLIDESHOW: Aftermath of a tornado
VIDEO: Tearful reunions at elementary school
VIDEO: 'Can't describe' emotions during twister, teacher says
Power of Oklahoma tornado dwarfs Hiroshima bomb
Gorham church leads in aiding tornado victims
If lawmakers want to be consistent, they should submit a bill to 'outlaw tobacco altogether' instead of just banning smoking in certain places, he says.
Judge Nancy Torresen tells Thomas Nelson, who stole $900,000, 'I consider this crime shameful.'
City councilors scale back a task force's tough approach, but those who perform with fire face new safety scrutiny.
Courtroom surprise: Stabbing suspect freed / Three Aroostook residents charged with making meth / Man arrested following standoff ... and more news from around the state.
But he raises concerns about internal controls including bank deposit reconciliations.
The resolve removes a requirement that the state Transportation Department conduct a feasibility study on the $2 billion project.
Carole Orem-Hough of South Portland billed insurance companies for two counseling sessions a week when she saw the patient once per week.
Bunker Brewing and Eventide Oyster have teamed up to produce a new stew ... er, brew. Dirty Pearl, anyone?
The Bruins score twice in the third period to beat the Rangers for the third straight time.
Both versions of the federal farm bill would cut assistance for people who really need it.
Lois Lerner, who heads the office that decides whether groups qualify for tax exemptions, invoked her Fifth Amendment right against incriminating herself on Wednesday.
Portland street artists pleased with modest rules