A box car and tanker car tipped over and fell off the track, according to a deputy with the Penobscot County Sheriff's Office said.
David Ortiz hits a two-run single and Ryan Dempster pitches well in his return from a suspension, beating the White Sox 4-3.
The 32-year-old man sustains serious injuries and is being treated at Maine Medical Center.
She's shown on store surveillance stuffing merchandise into a large bag she was carrying.
James Cameron's defense and prosecution say the court must give guidelines before they can argue.
Police say when residents paid in cash, former Troy clerk Kathy Mattingly would keep some of the money.
Maine has seen its share of unusual lobsters, but this one is in a different class.
Researchers find that eating more blueberries, apples and grapes can lower the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.
Three male Somerville High School soccer players attending a sports camp in western Massachusetts allegedly raped three freshmen.
There's no truth to an allegation by lawyers for the ex-New England Patriot that investigators misled a potential witness, they say.
Bill O'Reilly has apologized for incorrectly stating that no Republicans were invited to participate in a ceremony this week marking the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.
Eastern equine encephalitis is found in additional mosquito pools in Alfred, as well as in York.
The moves indicate Rob Gronkowski might be ready sooner than expected after missing all four exhibition games following back surgery.
Health officials are following up with people who may have come into contact with the second worker.
Scientists rely on the help and equipment of fishermen as they try for a more accurate survey.
The five bonds include money for armories, education and roads and bridges.
The team fails to sign a five-year lease by Thursday's deadline. Trustees say they will look for new tenants.
Townsquare Media plans to buy WBLM, WCYY, WHOM and Q97.9.
The governor also criticizes legislators for not doing more to help Mainers who are working toward a better life.
It was followed by multiple aftershocks, including one measuring magnitude 4.5.
Anthony Longley had a student pilot's license and crashed just after taking off.
Inspectors who have been gathering evidence of a possible chemical attack will return to the Netherlands with samples for analysis.
The 26-year-old man was trying to elude police when he plunged from the 21st floor of an apartment building a few blocks from the bank he had just robbed.
Only seven players attend practice Friday, but the athletic director said he believes the sport will return in a future season.
A witness says she saw a light green SUV strike the pedestrian on Upper Main Street and drive away.
The terminal will include passenger waiting space, pilot planning areas and a service facility.
With France as an ally, Obama weighs 'limited' retaliation for the Assad regime's attack against its citizens.
No one is seriously hurt, but McKenzie Kaphammer, 22, faces several charges, including drunken driving.
Police Chief Mark Kessler's 30-day suspension ends today, and the Gilberton Borough Council is expected to discuss what's next.
Part of the reason for the sharp rise: Parents don't want their kids to be the ones at the playground who received the lowest amount.
The governor offers new explanations to national news media for a racial remark about President Obama.
Bob King, the U.S. special envoy, was due to travel to Pyongyang today to request a pardon and amnesty for American Kenneth Bae.
The package includes $100 million for roads, bridges, ports and other transportation projects.
The exercises on Tuesday and Wednesday were the first since U.S.-Russian relations became strained because of National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden, Syria, human rights and other issues.
The former 10-term congressman leaves office one week after a defiant farewell speech in which he told the City Council he was the innocent victim of a 'lynch mob.'
The pilfering of bras worth $52 each is the latest of nine thefts from the store since April, but may be the biggest.
When she signed the bill in June, Gov. Maggie Hassan said it provided a more level playing field between national manufacturers and the local dealerships.
A 54-year-old North Yarmouth landmark burns. Investigators still haven't determined the cause of the fire.
The U.K., Germany and Italy have declined to take part in any plans to strike the Damascus regime for its alleged used of chemical weapons.
The fire department is studying all bullets found at the scene of the July 30 fire, as well as the remains of rubber backstops in the range.
A 9-year-old boy finds the safe in a cove on the Sheepscot River.
Considered Ireland's greatest poet since Yeats, he produced work that was complex yet popular.
The snowboarder is not hurt but damage to the van is estimated at $3,000 to $4,000.
Paul Wright of Detroit was arrested Tuesday night after he fired shots inside and outside a garage and threatened another man, police say.
Authorities say 45-year-old Tammy Larlee of Lincoln had a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old male student this summer.
Witnesses reported seeing the baby in the vehicle parked outside a Walmart with the windows down 2 to 3 inches.
State police, the Maine Warden Service and a police dog unit were involved in the search.
Most of the deaths would come from explosives, though some might come from testing sonar or animals being hit by ships.
Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap is holding the public drawing today at the Nash School Building in Augusta.
The festival kicks off with the arrival of 15 windjammers, a dinner auction, music and a fireworks celebration over Camden Harbor.
A South China man is recognized for his service on bombing missions over Germany during World War II.
Driver, 70, passes out, hits fence, which hits joggers / Cooking Channel's 'Eat St.' filming in Portland / Caseworker faces sex charge after visit with girl in Maine ... and more news from around the state.
Boston man's hole-in-one earns him $1 million / Male exotic dancer accused of sexual assaults at party / Woman accused of mailing drugs to jailed supremacist ... and more news from around the region.
The conditional approval requires small changes to the agreement and two public hearings.
Three hundred grams of the drug and $11,800 in cash are seized and five people arrested.
The Portland diocese says the care facility it sponsors needs more private payers to stay financially healthy – bad news for some facing discharge.
Dear Governor LePage, do you hear that sound?
One of downtown's most prominent and historic buildings has been sold to a local landlord with a history of disputes over the condition of his properties.
Craig Cobb, 61, has purchased about a dozen lots in the community in hopes of an Aryan town takeover.
The woman allegedly offered an undercover officer a $60,000 stamp collection to kill her husband.
The third-string quarterback is at times efficient and erratic in the preseason finale.