Relatives of Kitty McGuire hold a protest in front of her middle school to call attention to the issue.
Automakers offering sleek designs and luxury features have cut into the sales of the Camry and Accord.
Vermont State Police are on the hunt for Bigfoot. No fooling.
A state lawmaker found the state has no plan in place to dispose of its unwanted dead.
Although "Conan" averages just 900,000 viewers nightly, TBS says it leads the late-night pack in social media engagement and online activity.
But minorities continue to have higher birthrates and worse infant mortality, a state-issued report says.
Gov. Paul LePage appoints Timothy Schneider of Portland to the post.
Officials say Gov. LePage called Chief Cleaves on Monday but was unable to persuade him to abide by state license limits.
There was no one at home at 18 Birkdale Road when the fire was reported shortly after 4 p.m., a dispatcher says.
Yes, there are 161 more games, but Boston gets off to a great opening-day start by trouncing the Yankees. In New York.
The reality-show cast member was found Monday in a sport utility vehicle along with his uncle and a third person, police say.
Tyler James Leh, 19, of Chester County, Pa., was charged with burglary, theft and criminal mischief for allegedly breaking into the West Front Street Market last week.
Francis became the first pontiff to visit the necropolis – where pagans and early Christians were buried – since extensive archaeological excavations decades ago.
With the bridge closed because of the collision, the Interstate 95 bridge is the only route across the Piscataqua River between Kittery and Portsmouth, N.H.
A legislative hearing on bills to make Maine a right-to-work state turns contentious.
The proposal is in stark contrast to Gov. Paul LePage's proposal to zero-fund the Clean Election program in 2014.
Three proposals would separate funding from public schools; critics are not happy with the plans.
Shane Gurney, 36, allegedly crashed his truck and then kicked an emergency room physician in the groin.
The Marine Resources Committee unanimously supports the fish's return to much of the St. Croix River.
Police recall being upset when Gary Irving disappeared, only to spend 34 years hiding in plain sight in Gorham.
Police say James Holmes opened fire in full combat gear during a midnight screening of "The Dark Knight Rises," killing 12 people and injuring 70.
Cartel operatives are suspected of running drug networks in the Midwest, South and Northeast.
The Poland fire chief says the man was walking back to shore in the dark when he tripped on a ridge in the ice and fell.
The average price is now almost 20 cents lower than at the same time last year, but still nine cents more than the national average.
A 22-year-old man was taken by LifeFlight helicopter to a Lewiston hospital with unspecified injuries on Sunday, according to the Kennebec County Sheriff's Office.
Auburn police say the man shot himself in the hand when he was attempting to remove a bullet from the chamber of his .40 caliber Glock.
Beginning today, drivers who use E-ZPass can pay their tolls electronically while driving at highway speeds at the plaza in New Gloucester.
Summit Natural Gas of Maine is looking to fill 45 permanent, non-construction jobs at the company's Augusta office.
Harriet and Basil Powers have been feeding deer that gather in their yard for more than 50 years.
The Interfaith Food Pantry has set a fundraising goal of $100,000 to help it move out of its current, cramped quarters and into a new home.
A fire official says the low tide overnight trapped the 32-foot Sentinel under a pier, flooding its engine with corrosive salt water.
Members say they can shun the fierce debate as they decide on whether to conduct an inquiry into the financial viability of the Baxter Academy for Technology and Science.
An artist's project turns deeply personal when a relative's pregnancy ends.
DA's "are still in a state of shock" over the Saturday shooting deaths of Kaufman County District Attorney Mike McLelland and his wife.
The need for assistance from food pantries and meal programs is called 'unrelentingly high.'
Car strikes, kills pedestrian walking in middle of Route 1 / Distracted driving blamed for collision that injured 4 / Harpswell residents helping family of girl injured at Sugarloaf . . . and more news from around the state.
A former Maine Mariners star and his sushi chef teammate unite to help young victims of a tsunami.
An exuberant crowd of 250,000 looks on as the pontiff cradles a disabled boy in his arms.