Josh Selby's 23-point final period couldn't overcome a poor start and now Maine must win twice in Texas.
State lawmakers look at removing outdated terms from the books in favor of more respectful language.
Maine's Republican senator and some colleagues are the latest invited to join President Obama at dinners aimed at easing a way through budget talks.
They do triathlons too – 1,092 races in all that have cemented their bond and their celebrity.
U.S. intelligence shows North Korea is probably able to arm a missile with a nuclear warhead.
The 26-year-old former seventh-round draft choice caught 21 passes for 235 yards and three touchdowns.ts
A group of residents says each of the petitions to oust four councilors holds nearly 1,000 signatures.
Michael Kolster's photographic project includes images of the Androscoggin River.
Under Mike Giordano, South Portland has qualified for the state tournament the last 13 seasons.
Contestant Michael Snow, who was eliminated in this week's episode, still counts himself lucky for the experience – even the shipworms.
The parents of Derrick Thompson, 19, intend to sue because they say officers knew of threats but left before the shooting.
Faculty say that cutting academic positions hurts the university immediately and in the long run.
The oil tanker struck the Sarah Long Bridge on April 1 after breaking away from a pier.
No one testifies in favor of keeping the requirement for concealed weapons, but it's still likely to remain.
High-pressure gas can launch plastic and metal parts from the air bags into the passenger areas.
An attorney argues in Maine that the National Organization for Marriage is not a political action committee.
Lawyers who represent workers say LePage has been interfering with the federally governed unemployment process, but LePage staffers deny the charges.
Firefighters from five surrounding towns respond to the Bog Alley property, which was deemed a total loss.
The Maine Supreme Judicial Court rejects an appeal by convicted arsonist Raymond Bellavance Jr. 52, of Winthrop.
The proposals pending in the Senate include new rules on gun trafficking and background checks.
Stanley Marsh 3, best known for his "Cadillac Ranch" art display along an Texas Panhandle interstate, faces up to 20 years in prison.
The captain's widow had sought punitive damages, plus slightly more than $1.2 million to cover medical expenses and $202,000 in lost wages.
Demand for the heavy weapons made there has fallen as the U.S. scales back forces in two wars.
In a study of 100 patients who got the implant, quality of life improved substantially for 92 percent, and within one year, 86 percent no longer needed acid-lowering medicines.
The National Organization for Marriage says the identities of its donors are shielded by the First Amendment.
Four-year-old Cole and 2-year-old Chase are now with their maternal grandparents, who have legal custody.
No one was injured in the accident near Morrill's Corner this morning.
The witness has been publicly identified only as "John Doe" and as a Defense Department "operator." Prosecutors say he participated with SEAL Team Six in their May 2011 assault on the compound in Pakistan, in which Osama bin Laden was killed.
The team is in negotiations with city officials and neighborhood business people about the $300 million renovation of Wrigley Field.
In Minnesota, Gov. Dayton says the weather was taxing the resources of local and county governments, and he issues an executive order activating the National Guard.
Police say a 29-year-old woman is facing child endangerment charges after the child is found inside a camper where officers allegedly found materials used to make methamphetamine.
The country's "Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Fatherland" says it has entered coordinates for targets.
Authorities say Mathew Partridge shot 26-year-old Justin Smith after a Dec. 4 altercation between two groups of men that started inside the pub and spilled outside.
The bill would authorize a pilot program to help veterans get the skills necessary to become farmers.
Five firefighters answering an emergency call encounter an armed man who holds them at gunpoint, demanding that his cable and power be turned back on at his house, which was in foreclosure.
The former Wyoming senator delivers the 2013 Mitchell Lecture, taking on national debt and health care costs, among other topics.
In all, a total of 5,700 beetles will be released to stem the spread of hemlock wooly adelgids.
In an opening showdown today, senators are scheduled to vote on an attempt by conservatives to scuttle a Democratic bill before debate even starts.
The Maine Republican says cutting mail delivery will only drive away customers and push the Postal Service into a "financial death spiral."
A change in cost-of-living adjustments faces a fight from Democrats, senior citizens and veterans.
One week before Mr. Stuart died, he wrote his own obituary . . .
The sheriff tells the crowd he will make changes with or without state approval.
Killer's home demolished as a small crowd applauds / Naval Shipyard ceremony honors Thresher's victims / York High chooses its principal ... and more news from around the state.
The proposal aims to expand Maine's groundfishing quota while easing limits on larger vessels.
The legendary musician put on a blues-tinged clinic in his latest trip to the Pine Tree State.
Less honest competitors prove to be Maine native Michael Snow's downfall on the reality show.
Next year, funding for all-day kindergarten will be included in the budget "from the get-go," a school official says.