An all-woman jury declines to convict him of either second-degree murder or manslaughter in the death of Trayvon Martin.
The Oakland transfer station is attempting to grow flowers to make a butterfly feeding station.
The policy revision follows criticism of the Justice Department's pursuit of reporters' records.
The Maine International Film Festival takes over the old post office in Waterville for an exhibit.
The rebels have lost areas once under their control and now there is a 'civil war within a civil war.'
The 54th Massachusetts proved black soldiers were capable of fighting during the Civil War.
Police say he jumped from a railroad trestle.
Bryan Carrier had sought to get a driver’s license back after an accident that killed three in 1996.
Jeffrey L. Libby has served 27 years in prison for drowning his grandfather in his bathtub.
The world's last surviving wooden whaling ship is set to sail again on the 172nd anniversary of its first launch.
The region's power supplier worries it might be too reliant on the source of energy.
Casey O'Donnell's company is gaining traction as he focuses on baseball equipment.
New Hampshire is filled with bikers, golfers, rowers and walkers for the annual Prouty fundraiser.
A man braves currents, storm-tossed waves, stinging nettles and jellyfish to save his family.
Two of the 23 injured people are gored by bulls and the others are hurt in the stampede.
Police say they found John Ryder, 25, in the wall after noticing a misplaced ceiling tile and disturbed light fixtures.
Kurt Busch Busch has three straight top-six finishes and five top 10s in his last seven races entering Sunday's race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
The iconic Maine lighthouse is one in a series of five New England lighthouses that appear on U.S. Postal service Forever stamps.
Investigators believe equipment failure was the cause of the derailment that killed six people and injured nearly 200.
Scott Yeomans of Bethlehem, Pa., wins the 2.4-mile swim in 48 minutes, 30 seconds.
Liu Yipeng, 16, went to school with the other two victims killed in the crash.
Chris Froome preserves his overall lead after staying safely in the main pack.
George Zimmerman, 29, is charged with second-degree murder, but the jury also is allowed to consider manslaughter.
Brian Schweitzer says he does want to leave Montana and go to Washington.
A San Francisco TV station apologies after reporting fake names of the four pilots that were a play on Asian names.
The Alfond-Lunder Family Pavilion adds 10,000 square feet of exhibition space.
More than 900 observers will participate in gathering data for the Maine Audubon and the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife.
Performances spanning several popular genres show that the local scene is alive and kicking.
The Twinkie is part of our history and cultural landscape, like the drunk uncle who comes to Thanksgiving every year.
A baby boy fulfills his parents' running joke that he would be born on the side of the road.
Alex Freid is leading a nonprofit that helps other campuses start waste-reduction programs.
Honest Tea sets up an honor system stand and monitors people's actions.
Brian Hodges said he hoped this time would be different . . .
Director Jonathan Demme, of 'Silence of the Lambs' and 'Rachel Getting Married' fame, is the guest of honor.
Maine classical music fans fear the station could decide to take the music off the airwaves.
Meanwhile, investigators look into which brakes were set before the locomotive and 72 tankers began rolling down a slope for seven miles.