There is record demand, record withdrawal from storage, and short-term production is threatened.
Undermanned Oklahoma City still beats Boston.
Aleah Peaslee remains in grave condition at Maine Medical Center.
Angela Corey's office prosecuted Zimmerman for the 2012 shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
Transcripts shed light on events the night Jillian Jones, 24, was found dead in the Augusta apartment she shared with her boyfriend and another man.
The caregiver at a nursing home allegedly took narcotics and replaced them with other prescription drugs.
Matthew Cox had remained comatose since December at Boston Children’s Hospital, where he died peacefully Friday with his family beside him.
Maine’s two-time gold medalist can’t overcome major knee surgery and will set his sights on 2018.
No information is immediately available about injuries.
Callers pretending to be court employees seek to get personal information by saying a fine is due or a court date has been missed.
Lawmakers welcome the data as they prepare to craft a supplemental spending plan.
John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth has been keeping Marlise Munoz on life support against her family’s wishes.
Ruth got the watch for the 1923 series when the Yankees beat the Giants in six games and he hit three home runs.
The Dow sinks 318 points Friday, its biggest one-day drop since June.
The men are guilty in connection with a raid in Washington County that yielded 3,000 plants worth an estimated $9 million.
Carson, who is about 7 to 8 months old, goes back into the wild off the Rhode Island coast.
The mobile app that lets people turn their lives into comic strips started off as a joke more than 20 years ago.
Prosecutors say the defendant tried to pass the infant girl off as her daughter.
Users strap the devices to their ankles, wetsuits or surfboards. Some are about the size of an oversized watch, others the size of a wallet. But do they work?
Alan-Michael Santos, arrested after an armed standoff in Gorham, is released on $10,000 cash bail.
The party's chairman said the changes would not allow Republicans to 'slice and dice' each other for six months or participate in 'a circus of debates.'
The Vatican has no publication date yet and says the document will address ‘the ecology of man.’
Lawmakers decide to interview state CDC officials as they continue to investigate the findings of a report that an employee was ordered to destroy public documents.
Claims by up to 2,200 Mainers are processed after delays caused by a computer problem this week.
A Bay State detective spots a car registered to Paul Coyne’s girlfriend and police recover a handgun and drugs during the arrest.
Maine’s top health official warns residents to avoid prolonged exposure to the frigid conditions.
The former Republican power couple was indicted on 14 counts Tuesday after a lengthy investigation into their relationship with a former CEO of a dietary supplement maker.
Maine's lowest temperatures unofficially recorded around the state in the 24 hour period, ending at 9:00 a.m. January 24, 2014
Bad tap water accounts in part for Mexico being the world’s top consumer of bottled water and – worse – soda, some 43 gallons per person a year.
Geoff Bruno, a curriculum official in Saugus, Mass., will come to Maine next week.
The project will ultimately provide an unbroken I-95 between Maine and Florida.
The governor says he’ll announce a major business investment initiative.
Calories are expected to be more prominent and serving sizes more realistic on facts panels.
More than 20 hurt in a series of accidents involving more than 40 vehicles.
Michael Callahan is charged with attempted murder and arson.
Direct talks planned for today between the Syrian government and the Western-backed Syrian opposition have been scrapped.
Firefighting efforts were hampered by a lack of water when a tanker ran out and the frozen Kennebec River couldn’t provide a refill.
A former patient is convicted in the assault on a mental health worker at the state psychiatric hospital.
The 19-year-old pop star is facing possible jail time after his arrest in Florida on charges of driving under the influence, resisting arrest and driving with an expired license.
The spill at Hebron Station School occurred Dec. 24 when the gauge on the school’s oil tank malfunctioned, spilling 1,900 gallons.
Draggers can fish Mondays, Tuesday and Wednesdays, and divers can fish Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
He says he’s looking for a candidate ‘of the highest ethical, legal and intellectual caliber.’
Windham animal control officer faces child pornography charge / Bath painting contractor sentenced for stealing / Cumberland County sheriff faces challenge in primary . . . and more news from across the region.
The bill comes in response to recent rulings that sentencing juveniles to life without parole is unconstitutional.
After a decade, still taking advantage of Opportunity
The city plans to move slowly in assessing the impact of the mayor’s idea on businesses and workers.
Police in the Granite State say burglaries and robberies have increased as people make heroin their drug of choice.
The state issues its report as lawmakers hold a hearing prompted by the case of Jeremiah Oliver, who is missing and feared dead.
The rock appears where there was nothing days earlier.
Dennis Spaulding gets five years in prison for violating the civil rights of Latinos in a New Haven suburb.
Assistant professor Finley Edwards and many colleagues earn bragging rights by assembling teams of titans in their chosen field.
A rally for the missing Maine toddler will be held outside the Waterville police building on Saturday.
Metal detectors, cameras and armed troops are highly visible at the site of the Winter Olympics.
Maine’s public advocate says ‘it won’t be the last’ increase ratepayers see.
With his former wife, Natalie Jacobson, he ruled the news show ratings in Boston for decades.