With the victory, Tampa moves to within a half-game of Boston for first place in the AL East.
'Whitey' Bulger's ex-partner also admits that he twice had oral sex with his stepdaughter.
Speakers call for ending gun violence and stand-your-ground laws such as the one in Florida.
Last week's stretch of excessive heat and humidity pushed weekend power use to an eight-year high.
The third recent major case involving multiple victims has community leaders asking, 'Why here?'
Braun was suspended without pay for the rest of the season after being tied to a Florida clinic accused of distributing performance-enhancing drugs.
He says that his 13-year-old client, a suspect in one of the Lewiston fires, was not read his Miranda rights until later.
Bookies cashed in big Monday as thousands of Britons placed bets on what Prince William and his wife, Kate, would name their newborn child.
The median price statewide spiked 4.8%, and sales for all of the second quarter jumped 12%.
Police say Jamie R. West drove a stolen Kia Soul at speeds up to 100 mph before losing control of the vehicle while trying to make a turn onto Main Street in Kennebunkport.
A Massachusetts woman is scheduled to make a court appearance Wednesday after allegedly ramming three police cruisers.
In his first international trip as pontiff, the Argentine-born Francis has returned to his home continent.
The act of heroism is captured by a newspaper photographer who happened to be there.
Zimmerman spoke with a deputy at the scene and then left, the sheriff's office statement said. He did not see the crash happen.
Eric Gwaro of Scarborough has pleaded not guilty in an attack that left a 25-year-old woman with permanent brain damage.
In many cases, residents were home when the break-ins occurred, and wallets or purses were taken.
Congress has required states to change their laws by 2014 to penalize public assistance recipients who spend the money on such unauthorized activities.
Farina was a Chicago police officer before turning to acting, and most recently appeared in the critically acclaimed HBO drama 'Luck.'
The area, 23.5 miles off the coast, offered in the federal government auction has the potential to generate enough energy to power 700,000 homes.
Vermont joins the growing list of states, including Maine, that have rules allowing the cultivation of hemp, and pressure for changes at the federal level is mounting.
Under the proposal, a person could be held for up to 72 hours before appearing before a judge, but opposition is quickly mounting.
Police say the woman, 29, slapped her boyfriend multiple times while they were boating on the lake, then kicked a deputy.
One business, Walnut Hill self-storage in North Yarmouth, had 41 units broken into.
The river restoration project will allow fish access to spawn deep in the heart of Maine.
Police charge a 43-year-old Somersworth man with negligent homicide and felony driving under the influence.
The prosecution finished presenting its evidence with the testimony of Rodney Giguere, a special agent with the IRS.
Officials say Anthony White, 27, died at Maine Medical Center early Sunday morning.
A witness says he yelled at the driver to stop but the van's music was playing loudly.
Across the Internet, computer users are talking about changes small and large – from strengthening passwords and considering encryption to ditching cellphones and using cash over credit cards.
Ignore all rumors on social media until there is an official announcement from Buckingham Palace.
The break left 20 buildings without water service and forced two Portland businesses to close.
In-state prices are now 17 cents higher than on the same day last year and almost 23 cents higher than a month ago.
If you believe the bookmakers, the royal baby's first name is most likely to be Alexandra, Charlotte, Elizabeth, or George . . .
Stephen 'The Rifleman' Flemmi admits to having had sex with his stepdaughter and describes how James "Whitey" Bulger strangled her.
The sentence against the 24-year-old Marte Deborah Dalelv last week stirred widespread outrage in the West.
More than 1,200 homes were destroyed by the quake, with another 21,000 badly damaged, a provincial government spokesman said.
The plagiarism was discovered by a suspicious teacher who used Google to find the original, which ran in Forbes magazine in April.
Police say Michael Madison, 35, who is being held on $6 million bail, may have been influenced by the case of a Cleveland man who was convicted of killing 11 women.
The royal couple's first child is third in line for the British throne, after Prince Charles and William.
The jail initiative seeks to treat the military service-related problems that lead to veterans' arrests.
Maggie Hassan says she wants the best model to cover 58,000 poor adults.
Despite laws and some arrests, no suspects have been extradited and deterrence is questionable.
Also in violation of a consent decree are deficiencies reported at Riverview Psychiatric Center in Augusta.
With the armed forces shrinking and layoffs possible after Oct. 1, the future is full of uncertainty.
In his first international trip as pope, Francis plans high-profile events that send him into unpredictable, potentially chaotic environments.
The Texans, who finished their 'bucket list' at the State House in Augusta, will celebrate their 65th anniversary in August.
The treatment program is designed to let the women's children live with them.
A local group is hoping relicensing decisions about three dams will favor access for spawning fish.