The announcement ending his 10-year career does not mention if the landing influenced his decision.
The granddaughter of a slave, she tried to register to vote in 1940 in South Carolina and was denied.
Homeowner who shot bear getting Facebook attention / Officials searching for lost boy, 7 / Inmate at hospital shot after struggle ... and more news from around the region.
The crash sends two drivers to local hospitals with unspecified injuries.
Authorities are investigating what led to an early morning shooting outside a Hooksett, N.H., gas station.
Macau, which long ago eclipsed Vegas as the world's top gambling city, hopes to begin nabbing the major fights only Vegas used to get.
The state police trooper describes how he was shot multiple times by a robbery suspect, but his protective vest, made of material made at Tex Tech, stopped the bullets.
The item, found at the corner of Pine and State streets, is determined not to be explosive.
Emily Bouchard of Saco cruised to a six-shot victory over 17-year-old Monica Austin, who was her closest challenger.
Carole Swan was convicted last week of fraud, and had asked for the extortion charges to be separated so she could testify about the fraud.
Sharon Leahy-Lind complained that she was ordered to shred public documents.
The challenges posed by the remote area prompt wardens to seek only trained and certified searchers.
Scammers posing as bank employees have been calling residents across the state and asking for personal information.
The woman, 30, had been put under medical observation Tuesday because of seizures.
Congress and national security experts engage in a push-pull debate over how much snooping the government should do in the name of defense.
The Pentagon has been ratcheting up warnings about the dire effects of the budget cuts as Congress continues to wrangle over spending.
They meet with a federal official to discuss the 'frustratingly slow' process of updating standards.
The TLC network show interviews many of those involved in the infamous Zumba saga.
The fees are being 'adjusted' as Time Warner upgrades equipment and tries to 'ensure optimal performance for our customers.'
The money will be used at Riverview Terrace and Larrabee Woods, two senior complexes.
The Gulf of Maine is warming 10 times faster since 2004, so fisheries managers and fishermen must remain nimble, say those at a symposium in Portland.
But the former NFL star still faces four more years behind bars on other counts related to the 2007 holdup of two sports memorabilia dealers.
The rollover occurred on Sebago Lake's Frye Island, where many seasonal residents use golf carts.
Gov. Maggie Hassan has lobbied heavily for a casino, but lawmakers killed a gambling proposal this year.
Jed Ian St. Hilaire pleaded guilty to snatching two women's purses and leading police on a high-speed chase in March.
The gray fox attacked five people near Clark's Pond and the Maine Mall on Tuesday.
At a Heritage Policy Center luncheon, he blasts Sen. Justin Alfond's family background and criticism of the school for hosting the conservative group.
For the first time, the government acknowledges publicly that it can analyze the phone calls of millions of Americans in the hunt for just one suspected terrorist.
Maine Sen. Angus King helped create the bill now headed for Obama's signature.
It has a chemical toilet, shower, sink, inflatable bed and couch, and curtains.
'In a moment of frustration, I used inappropriate language in what I thought was an off the record conversation,' Weiner's spokeswoman says.
The website will make it easier for new businesses to navigate the licensing and permitting process, the state said.
'If it were me, I would stay in Russia and that's what I hope my son will do,' Lon Snowden says.
James Napier was charged last September after police said they found more than 100 child pornography images on his computer at his home in Alfred.
New contracts and favorable fuel prices boost the company's performance.
At a hearing on Wednesday, the Senate Judiciary Committee will question top-level officials about the NSA's intelligence programs.
Prosecutors tell the judge that the government deserves to know if Bulger will testify and Bulger has had time to think about it.
'First of all, we don't have to triple lock all of our windows and doors,' says Garry Hollands, whose family owns a cabin on Little North Pond.
The Department of Energy estimates that the area could support enough electricity to power more than 1 million homes.
Ted Quaday, of Santa Cruz, Calif., takes over the job Russell Libby held for 17 years before stepping down in October when he was diagnosed with cancer.
The contract includes two small pay hikes, but trims some benefits.
If the judge agrees to merge the counts, it would mean the former intelligence analyst faces up to 116 years in prison instead of 136 years.
The festival each year draws about 100,000 visitors who put away more than 20,000 pounds of lobster.
The group will ask the governor to send letters to Maine's 10 largest food companies, asking them to disclose which products have packaging made with BPA.
The painting of the starting line marks the symbolic start of race week. It was originally scheduled for Sunday, but was washed out by rain.
The Regulatory Improvement Act of 2013 – sponsored by King and a Missouri Republican – would establish a commission to weed out duplicative or outdated rules.
Mr. Valente was an accomplished upholsterer and longtime owner of Speed's Auto Top in Portland.
Man dies after falling off golf cart / Group inspects sites for possible Sanford theme park / Convicted killer's appeal rejected ... and more news from around the state.
The lengthy application to open a charter school are due Dec. 2.
A date has not been determined, but the public will be allowed to speak about rule changes that could weaken air-quality rules.
The Texas senator says activists are calling out for an unflinching, uncompromising presidential candidate. Someone, he says, like him.
The name rang a bell, but not a loud one ...
The coverage plans for individuals are so different from existing ones in Maine that comparing the costs of new and old may be impossible.
A bill signed into law this month increases penalties for those who sexually exploit people under various conditions.
Actress Anna Kendrick's version of the tune becomes a summer phenomenon, with Maine youths learning how to do the routines.
The closing of First United Methodist Church on Brown's Hill is the latest sign of declining membership in many denominations in the nation's least religious state.
A utility pole falls on a police vehicle. The officer inside escapes injury.