Thursday, April 24, 2014
A key finding is the strong likelihood that a perpetrator will show suicidal behavior before killing someone.
Read the Maine domestic abuse report
Police say they continue to investigate the Tuesday night party, which also could lead to student-athlete suspensions by Westbrook High School officials.
Westbrook High investigates students after underage drinking party
A judge limits the request. Her lawyer says it’s likely an attempt to portray the Maine CDC employee as unstable.
Maine agency reviewing contradictions in document-shredding testimony
Videos about a police shooting and a couple coping with Alzheimer’s disease are among the nominees.
Dominic Profenno Jr. claims in a lawsuit Portland that he was bitten twice by an infected rat purchased from the chain’s South Portland store.
The group wants Congress to require that concealed weapons permits issued in one state be recognized everywhere, even when the local requirements differ.
Lobstermen and dealers see a need to plan for a smaller catch in several years, but say the change may raise their prices.
The Nason’s Corner Park, which will include a large new $600,000 playground, is seven years in the making.
Maine has passed a law to require such labels, but it only takes effect when two neighboring states take similar action.
Battle over GMO food labels in N.H. to have impact on Maine
The man was one of five hurt in 2010 when the track starting gate failed to retract rapidly enough.
The $11.7 million infrastructure project is designed to make the town’s commercial corridor more pedestrian-friendly.
Lifetime partners 'Steve' and 'Rachel' have returned to their nest on Hog Island in Bremen as they prepare for breeding season. Watch them on Explore.org's webcam.
Within hours of the operation, which killed at least two pro-Russia militants, Russia’s defense minister announced new military exercises for troops massed near Ukraine’s border.
The Mexican acoustic guitar duo developed their act in Ireland.
He was ejected from Wednesday night’s loss at Boston after umpires found the pine tar on his neck.
Lawmakers should override Gov. LePage’s veto of a bill to make it easier to distribute local products.
Biologists say the biggest impact – besides decimating bat colonies – could be on the agriculture industry.
Two teens arrested, 9 summoned after Westbrook drinking party
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