Boston College, which had lost five straight, rallied from a 13-point second-half deficit to pull off the improbable upset.
The top-seeded Bulldogs pull away late and move on to the regional final.
The Cavaliers pull away in the fourth quarter, securing a spot in the regional final.
The top-seeded Red Eddies reach the regional final with a 61-43 win over nemesis Cony.
An electrician was to examine the bridge’s operating system to figure out what caused the malfunction.
The purchase would be the biggest Internet deal since Time Warner’s $124 billion merger with AOL in 2001.
The victim, now in her 30s, testified against the Enfield man, who was her neighbor when she was a child.
Dustin Cole’s clutch free-throw shooting helps the Scots pull out a 62-61 win.
Co-workers and former patients remember a man who had a passion for helping others recover from addiction.
The Wayne woman pleads not guilty to participating in burglaries in numerous Kennebec County towns over three months.
The state will spend up to $100,000 for private lawyers after two attorneys in the attorney general’s office asked to be recused.
Police sent college students under the age of 21 into 56 establishments Saturday.
The teenagers, who led a chase through Franklin County on Route 27, were not injured, but the attorney general investigates all cases of deadly force by law enforcement.
The study panel describes its findings.
The ship should be repaired soon, and the Navy says it could still respond with another ship if Russia were to ask for help with a crisis.
Vermont has at least 57 unsolved homicides and more than 30 inactive missing person cases dating to 1946.
That’s one coastal official’s answer in the wake of the Maine supreme court’s ruling that bolstered private ownership.
With Google Fiber, people can surf the Internet at a speed of one gigabit per second, up to 100 times faster than existing broadband services.
The Democrat challenging Republican Susan Collins supports legalization and regulation of marijuana.
The 10 nominees in each category will be narrowed to three and announced after the high school tournaments.
The Bucksport woman faces up to 35 years in prison on charges of embezzlement and filing false tax returns.
Six members of the punk group were pulling out a guitar and microphone as at least 10 Cossacks and other security officials moved in.
The president seeks fast-track authority to approve trade deals, powers that Democrats have historically opposed.
A 17-year-old minor is facing charges of receiving stolen property, possession of dangerous knives and illegal possession of prescription pills.
He’s meeting with the leaders of Mexico and Canada, but on many issues his hands are tied by Congress.
The episode in a remote, mountainous area east of San Diego comes amid debate about whether the Border Patrol should respond to rock attacks with lethal force.
Police hope for tips from the public after providing a portion of a 911 call and specifics about the truck that ran Timothy Davison off the road in January.
Other contenders are Rob Tod of Allagash Brewing Co., Portland’s Fore Street restaurant and Rockland’s Primo.
The ban will begin at 10 p.m. tonight and end at 6 a.m. on Thursday.
The multifaceted plan calls for a higher minimum wage and new spending on business and education. His rivals for governor are unimpressed.
The Russian men’s hockey team fell to Finland 3-1 at the Bolshoy Ice Dome.
The Wisconsin National Guard has suspended the soldier who apparently posted the photo online from her honor guard duties.
Falling ice can reach a speed of 100 mph.
Police ultimately found that 25 child abuse victims were altar boys.
The IOC ruled that armbands are prohibited by the Olympic Charter.
The boy’s mother was driving the rented snowmobile when she lost control.
The elderly couple told him to leave, but he just banged on their door harder.
He becomes the first American man to win two Olympic gold medals in Alpine skiing.
Miller was 26th in the opening giant slalom leg, finishing more than 2½ seconds slower than leader Ted Ligety.
They agree to negotiations a day after 26 people are killed and 400 injured in the capital.
Up to 4 inches of snow could fall inland. However, balmy days are ahead.
Sounds of Comfort will play songs focusing on prison, death and redemption that were recorded in the prison chapel.
Chiropractors and injury therapists see an uptick in business as Mainers develop aching joints and strained backs.
Man who crashed snowmobile is charged with OUI; Poet Richard Blanco to start writing program at Gould, and more news from around the state.
Daniel Wathen favors reopening two Augusta group homes; a lawmaker proposes housing homeless veterans there.
DHHS says questions on the form have a purpose and are not meant to intrude, but others object.
Under Tax Increment Financing, taxes paid by some businesses may be returned to help the bottom line or used for roads or sewer lines to the business.
The company running the new service isn’t allowed to sell tickets yet.
An official says DHHS knows that some providers are breaking the law, so its workers need protection. But there’s an issue with warrantless searches.
The state says the closure on the Penobscot River, prompted by contamination found in lobsters, will last at least two years.