Missouri’s Michael Sam could make history as the first openly gay active player in the league.
Syracuse extended its school record for wins to start a season and matched the program mark for consecutive wins.
Dozens of refugees were wounded by gunmen spraying bullets and lobbing mortar shells as they fled the city.
The competition put a fast-growing canine activity on U.S. dogdom’s biggest stage for the first time.
Nick D’Ascanio appears in a show focusing on life at a Coast Guard station in Washington state.
The Maine Warden Service urges sledders to slow down and use more caution.
Satya Nadella’s calming, collegial style, stands in stark contrast to the blustery, passionate, rally-the-troops approach employed by Microsoft’s previous CEO, Steve Ballmer.
The World Cup leader takes control with a great first-round jump.
Toni Harp says a 2 percent tax on high-calorie sugary drinks would reduce sales of the beverage and generate about $144 million in revenue.
Felix Loch joins only two others to repeat as Olympic champs.
Rancho Feeding Corp. recalls the meat because it processed diseased and unhealthy animals without a full federal inspection.
The U.N.’s International Atomic Energy Agency says Iran has complied with the first steps of that deal reached over the weekend.
The killing triggers a wave of online protests and renews a debate about the conditions of zoo animals.
Russia clinches gold in the new team figure skating event before the final dance begins, and the U.S. earns a bronze.
Anastasiya Kuzmina collects her third career Olympic medal.
Bode Miller was considered the prerace favorite, but didn’t come close to the way he skied during practice runs.
The bullets may have come from an Orrington gun club.
The new plan being developed aims to ensure long-term cooperation with outside investors.
Photos taken from the presidential lounge show Russia’s president turning away from the screen, missing one of the rings not lighting up at the opening ceremony.
Coach Katey Stone plans to rotate her goaltenders in the Olympics.
The State of Maine building at the fair in September in Massachusetts shows off everything from Maine foods, products, fisheries, recreation and tourism.
The federal economic injury disaster loans cover damages from flooding, excessive heat and rain, and lightning and high winds between April 1 and Oct. 31, 2013.
The bridge between New Hampshire and Maine will be closed during off-peak hours for the next five days for guardrail adjustments.
Ireen Wust wins the women’s 3,000-meter skate, knocking off the defending champ.
International Ski Federation deliberates briefly before making its ruling.
Law enforcement officers were trying to determine why the private security guard attacked the church.
Jamie Anderson’s flawless final run follows Sage Kotsenburg’s gold in Sochi’s opening event.
After dominating training sessions, American Miller hits a gate and loses precious time on his final run.
The violence is in reaction to abuses carried out by Muslim Seleka rebels during their 10-month rule of the country.
Aimey Ribeiro's store has a sense of history along with merchandise ranging from doomsday supplies to wedding gowns.
When the state supreme court affirmed the rights of private property owners at a Kennebunkport beach, advocates for public use all over Maine found reasons to cheer and to worry.
Sanford police investigate mugging report / Tobaggan championships in Camden / Boat company expanding ... and other news from around the state
Its decision to stop funding the winter sports center fits its history of varying the projects it supports.
Bruno DiFabio gets exposure as a judge on the competitive cooking series 'Chopped.'
Speakers discuss ways people of any age can be perpetrators or victims.
The County’s training facility needs $550,000 to keep its success story on track – and ‘failure is not an option.’
Mike Haycock of Windham took home the trophy at one of eight championships across the country Saturday.
Sen. Susan Collins ranked as the most moderate Republican in 2013; Reps. Chellie Pingree and Mike Michaud ranked as fourth most liberal in the nation.
Benton residents have complained that the power company cherry-picked the times of previous tests.
A Saco man and his teenage friends got themselves into a prized position to see the Fab Four in 1964.
An ice fishing derby is the first of several aiming to raise $100,000 for the school budget.