Risky practices included letting drivers go 800 miles without rest, and operating with bad brakes.
A single winner in Friday’s drawing would be significantly richer than Beyoncé, Mitt Romney and LeBron James.
Prosecutors make the revelation for the first time as Jim Reams’ lawyer argues to get more details of the investigation.
The journalist says he was libeled by Rob Ford’s insinuation he is a pedophile.
They say 35-year-old Jason Walton stopped the truck when he realized what had happened.
A White House spokesman says Obama specifically raised Levinson’s case during a recent telephone conversation with the Iranian president.
A Brunswick firefighter may have fallen asleep when his pickup crossed the center line and killed a Somali woman on her way to work.
Republicans try to block the president’s nominees, but the votes come through.
Watch a short video showing the newborn cubs.
The 332-94 vote sends the measure to the Senate, where it will almost certainly pass and be sent to President Obama.
If Robert Levinson remains alive, he has been held captive longer than any American. But his captor and location remain a mystery.
They are recognized for their commitment to customer service, strong work ethic and willingness to take on new challenges.
Some in Seoul fear that the removal could create dangerous instability or lead to a miscalculation or attack on the South.
A 12-year-old boy apparently made up the story about a man in a van who grabbed him.
A British woman is an international fugitive, who allegedly transformed from a blindsided victim of her husband’s crimes to one of the world’s most wanted criminals.
Investigators find evidence that the award to at least one program was manipulated and that records justifying allocations were destroyed.
The Holy See’s financial watchdog agency has yet to inspect the embattled Vatican bank, a true test of whether the new laws to fight financial crimes are being enforced.
With loan default notices also on the rise, observers say it will be a while before Maine sees a rebound like other states.
Police say negotiators were trying to get John Knudsen to surrender when he fired a handgun at state troopers.
Consumers are used to bargains, have learned they can live with less, and are burned out on the frenzy of the season.
A task force’s efforts to head off further reductions by making tax changes are met with skepticism.
A convoy headed to a wedding is hit, and one official says al-Qaida militants are suspected to have been traveling with the group.
The 20-foot-high ramp will be located near the Green Monster.
Daniel Barry was accused of arming, and once assisting, an accomplice at banks in Eliot and Sanford.
Scientists say one year doesn’t change the long-term trend.
A report by Maine Audubon that says turbines can be compatible with wildlife is attacked by other advocates.
‘12 Years,’ ‘Hustle’ lead with seven nominations each.
The marijuana is being tested to see if it is tainted with another chemical.
University of Southern Maine resident composer Daniel Sonenberg receives $15,000 to produce an opera about Negro Leagues catcher Josh Gibson.
Portland crossing guards are bundled up against the cold.
Average prices are higher than any time in 2012.
Nine people survived the crash into the water off of Molokai.
The pair suffered serious injuries after falling about 40 feet.
Police say the boy was approached by a man driving a minivan on Middle Street at about 3 p.m. Wednesday.
The singing family that inspired the musical has run a vacation lodge in the mountain town of Stowe since 1942.
A male English bulldogge named Beau has wounds in his lungs and liver from an unknown shooter.
D.C. Air & Seafood and Christopher Byers of Winter Harbor plead guilty to working with fishermen to conceal the harvesting of nearly 80,000 pounds of scallops.
Authorities claim that 50-year-old Roxanne Jeskey used pliers, a box cutter and a plastic baseball bat to kill her husband, Richard, in June 2011.
Callers claiming to represent Public Service of New Hampshire have been telling customers that their service may be shut off if they don’t purchase a prepaid credit card.
The developer will face site issues, including wetlands and traffic.
Six-hour standoff at home ends with arrest / Local woman faces charges of prostitution, drug use ... and more news from around the state.
The Portland Press Herald Toy Fund aims to provide toys for 7,000 children in Cumberland, York, Sagadahoc, Lincoln and Knox counties.
Sister Viola Lausier forgives the hit-and-run driver, gives thanks to her rescuer and says God just wanted her to take life a little easier.
Critics have questioned whether district officials lifted suspensions for football players so they could compete in a Nov. 8 playoff game.
The renovated Eastland, now a Westin, mixes tradition with modern amenities after a $50 million renovation.
No arrests have been reported in Maine or elsewhere, but improved technology is making it easier to produce the all-plastic weapons at home.
The action would soften spending cuts that could help Bath Iron Works and Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.