The biggest theft of secrets in U.S. history potentially could endanger members of the military, the Pentagon says.
A smaller store will replace the older building, which had a problem with settling starting in 2006 but was never in danger of collapse.
The ask the Obama administration to evaluate whether federal rules adequately address the risks of carrying crude oil by rail.
His family gathers by the hospital bedside of the former prime minister, who has been in a coma since suffering a stroke eight years ago.
The three-time champion broke his leg in August in a crash.
As the world warms, the United States is getting fewer bitter cold spells, and ‘we’re just not used to really cold winters anymore.'
Firefighters found the body of 55-year-old Peter Lowe in his waterfront Oxford home.
The study came after the LePage administration began a report card-style ranking system for schools.
Derek Jackson, 38, was turned in by a relative after he robbed a Hannaford store with a knife.
The application includes architectural drawings and other paperwork related to the proposed South Portland building.
The five-time World Cup downhill champion has been the standout performer and an inspiration.
Engineers initially feared a solar storm might cause the rocket to veer off course but later deemed it an acceptable risk.
Officials plan to announce the establishment of the free clinic today.
Maine becomes the second state to pass a law requiring food producers to label GMO food, but other states must follow before it goes into effect.
USM’s Stonecoast program brings top talent to Maine and the public can join students.
A special task force funded with a federal grant will patrol sand pits and other spots where teens frequently gather to party.
Months of problems getting Mainers to their medical appointments spell the end for CTS on June 30, but then it can bid on new deals.
Katherine Russell, the widow of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, had two charges dismissed, but was found responsible for speeding.
Officials also plan to discuss findings on proposed expansion of the program when part of the study goes public, as the attorney general has demanded.
A man reported being confronted by a masked man carrying a pipe or crowbar outside the Great Lost Bear.
Pine State Trading is already doing the warehousing and distribution as a subcontractor. Terms of the lucrative 10-year deal were not disclosed.
A senior investigator also says 19 cars and a locomotive derailed near the village of Plaster Rock – two more cars than reported.
Needing to replace aging gas guzzlers, they’ve ordered more than 8,200 new planes from Airbus and Boeing in the past five years. Southwest, JetBlue, American and just about every other U.S. carrier has a large order in place.
The Minnesota man was accused of defaming the country’s image abroad.
Three Seabrook officers have been put on administrative leave after a video surfaces that shows them slamming a suspect into a wall.
A strong solar flare will draw the natural phenomenon to areas as far south as Maine, Boston and Colorado.
The former basketball star has been slammed for not using his influence to help free the ailing missionary who is being confined in North Korea.
His deputy chief of staff is the latest casualty in the scandal. Two other top Christie appointees have resigned in the past few weeks.
Carlos Ortiz has pleaded not guilty to being an accessory to murder after the fact.
The whales were found alive but lived only a few hours.
Joshua Erskine says he was high on marijuana and prescription drugs when his Jeep plowed into Ruth Epperson on an Augusta street.
Six men are found dead in cars rigged with explosives in a region near Sochi.
But Tim Davison's family says he wasn't an aggressive driver.
An animal lover looks for several days after hearing about a missing pooch, before succeeding at last.
But Patrick also continued to defend Commissioner Olga Roche and said the majority of social workers do good work under difficult circumstances.
The Asian longhorn may already be here, warned an entomologist at the Maine Agricultural Trades Show.
Two crew members die, two are hurt, and one is missing.
Card would exempt hikers from rescue cost / Man is unhurt when stray bullet hits his forehead / Use of drug-sniffing dogs on prison visitors spurs lawsuit ... and more news from around the region.
The council also votes to spend $12,000 from a 2012 bond to study what repairs are needed on the building.
Farmington’s response questions whether the victim was mentally ill and defends police officers’ readiness.
Freeport farmers get award / Lewiston boxer fined for drugs / Crash kills Lee Academy student ... and more news from around the state.
An investigation finds no corruption but identifies mistakes by city officials in handling a real estate deal.
He died sober from cancer on Dec. 27.
The state's economy would benefit, the governor says, but others see drawbacks for those ages 12 to 15.
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield says it's beefed up its call centers to handle the increasing volume of calls.
They say one way to boost high-speed Internet service is for more residents to let go of tradition and accept its many benefits.
Casco Bay Lines says its replacement for the aged Island Romance is a passenger pleaser.
A study says the calories cut averaged out to 78 calories per day for the entire U.S. population.
A survey by state agencies shows upticks in bullying and thoughts of suicide.
Democrats balk at several ideas from Republicans for saving $6.4 billion to cover three months of long-term benefits.
Members will also examine a report urging changes to the state’s school-funding formula.