Thousands of volunteers join in the annual Great Backyard Bird Count to help track movements.
A fourth carbon monoxide victim is hospitalized.
Snowfall amounts from the latest storm as reported by the National Weather Service as of 8:29 p.m. Tuesday.
A smart gun being sold in California sparks talk of a new gun market as well as safety concerns
Business leaders tell a Senate panel the expansion would ease rising premium costs for insurers.
The bill would enable a person to sue the government if they believe it has abridged their freedom of religion, unless the government can show that its actions are the least restrictive way to accomplish a major public good.
A Maine bill calls for restrictions to keep regulators from using criteria not specified by law to thwart turbine projects.
LD 1428, sponsored by Sen. David Burns, R-Whiting, had the backing of faith organizations as a means to prohibit the government from infringing on the right to worship. Opponents have claimed that the bill could allow some to circumvent other laws or discriminate under the guise of religious freedom.
They drop opposition after the company proposing the project creates a $700,000 land fund.
Julie Corey's conviction will automatically be appealed.
While first responders look after a patient, a parked fire truck, cruiser and ambulance manage to crash into each other.
The violence is the deadliest in nearly three months of protests that have paralyzed the nation’s capital.
Police say the 63-year-old Boothbay Harbor man was free on federal supervised release when he drove the vehicle to Missouri.
But it also would cut employment by roughly 500,000 workers, according to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office.
The Manchester, N.H., man was convicted in November of child sexual exploitation and possessing child porn.
Lindsay Ball will compete on the U.S. Paralympic Alpine Skiing Team in the giant slalom for the visually impaired.
In a second major blow to prosecutions in three fires in Lewiston last spring, the DA’s office decides it does not have enough evidence to make the case against Brody Covey.
The 23-year-old American scored a 92 on his first run through the halfpipe.
It’s aimed at sparking discussions with voters on how to move the state forward, a spokeswoman for the Democrat says.
In a party-line vote, the Democratic majority opposes a measure that supporters said would reaffirm constitutional protections.
Jeffrey Cookson was convicted of the 2001 killings of 20-year-old Mindy Gould and 21-month-old Treven Cunningham in Dexter.
Russian freestyle skier Maria Komissarova fractured her spine during a training session Saturday.
Sergio Suhum still faces a federal trial later this month on two counts in connection with stealing the identity of a Texas man.
The Western Class B girls will play their quarterfinals Wednesday, and two Western Class C girls games are also postponed.
Nicholas Gladu, 30, had appealed his 2012 conviction on 68 counts related to sexually abusing a 4-year-old girl and photographing the assaults.
He says having a more fuel-efficient truck fleet will boost the economy, help combat climate change and result in savings for consumers.
A family member says 31-year-old co-pilot Hailemedhin Abera was in emotional distress over the past month following the sudden death of ‘a very close’ uncle.
Many communities declare parking bans so crews can clean up after Tuesday’s storm.
Portland police are searching for witnesses and checking security camera footage in the surrounding area.
A commercial cargo ship ended its five-week visit Tuesday morning.
The South Florida painter tells police he broke the vase to protest the Miami museum’s lack of local art and because it ‘only displayed international artists’ art.’
Police say the charges relate to alleged contact with nine children.
American teenager Mikaela Shiffrin placed fifth in her Olympic debut, missing a medal by just 0.23 seconds.
A strain of marijuana bred not to make users high – called Charlotte’s Web – has attracted an influx of families with seizure-stricken children from states that ban the drug.
They’ll engage with students and faculty at Gould Academy through classroom visits and workshops.
Maria Alekhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova were detained by police in Sochi, but no charges were filed.
The project for exiting and entering Interstate 95 near the Sidney town line has been years in the making.
Town support and player dedication endure despite the alcohol-related suspensions of six athletes before the playoffs.
The Liberty Ship Pavilion would overlook Portland Harbor.
The formal, marathon group brainstorming sessions are focused on everything from developing lucrative apps to using computer code to solve the world’s problems.
A teacher’s assistant who grew up in Sudan and her family are moving into a new complex in Freeport.
A group from Portland Arts and Technology High School plans to explore the paranormal.
Mr. Milton served in the Army during the Battle of the Bulge and earned a Bronze Star.
The talks follow surveys that showed many faithful shun policies on premarital sex, divorce, contraception and more.
Penn State trustees unanimously approve the selection at a special meeting.
The team has spent a year preparing for the March 1 event in Portland.
The venerable TV institution returns to New York after four decades based on the West Coast.
The RMS Bohemian struck a ledge off Cape Elizabeth in February 1864, and 42 died just as they were about to arrive in America.
Collision closes Route 26, sends two to hospitals / Maine State Police identify man who killed himself / UMaine researcher studies climate change and maples . . . and more news from around the state.
Sixteen Maine high school juniors and seniors will compete at the Maine Boat Builders show for $10,000 in scholarships.
The Sanford store’s new program promotes midwinter exercising amid the toys, clothing and dairy products.
Those outside the political mainstream often think alike in their objections to surveillance, a survey finds.