One proposal aims to prevent insurance companies from charging higher rates in some rural areas.
The bill would extend health insurance to more than 60,000 low-income Mainers under the federal Affordable Care Act.
Two 23-year-old men from Dresden, Maine, have been charged with robbing a Walgreen's pharmacy in Bath.
While Putin has called for negotiated peace talks, he remains one of President Bashar Assad's strongest allies.
One group is considering pushing for a statewide referendum to ask voters to mandate background checks for all gun sales.
The storms pack a punch, bringing hail and powerful wind gusts.
The measures cover topics including timber harvesting and the licensing of recreational therapists.
But he has no firm answer on the state's bond rating and says there is no 'plan B' if the the governor successfully vetoes the budget.
'It's probably the worst decision I've made in my entire life,' Michael Femling tells the judge.
The boy was awake and crying after landing, having hit a first-floor roof on his way down.
Travis Landry pleads not guilty to kidnapping a Gorham man in April.
The One Fund has collected $47.5 million, and the highest awards will go to families of the four people who died in the bombings and manhunt.
Lawmakers await word from Gov. LePage on whether he'll veto the two-year state budget and a bill to expand Medicaid.
Jamen Shively hopes to build an international marijuana empire. He also risks getting himself indicted.
The purchase expands the company's range of services and and geographic territory.
The health-care information company says the money will be used to add staff and technology infrastructure, and expand sales and marketing efforts.
Firefighters responding to a fire learned that a tenant was keeping 25 to 30 ball pythons in the attic.
Evidence indicates the rider was killed when he lost his balance while sipping water, police say.
But the chance of vetoes from Gov. Paul LePage looms large, as only five Republicans in both chambers break ranks to back one bill and none back the other.
A man and a woman are released from a hospital a day after the complicated, four-hour rescue.
President Barack Obama says a deal would be "a priority of mine" and that he was "confident we can get it done."
Snowden's remarks came in a question-and-answer session on the website of Britain's Guardian newspaper.
Jessica Meir of Caribou, whose yearbook goal was to walk in space, is one of eight new candidates chosen by NASA.
The group opposing tar-sands oil gets nearly four times the 950 needed to put the question to voters.
In a victory for voting-rights advocates, the court says the law tried to illegally displace legislation at the federal level.
Bangor voters will decide Tuesday whether to back a tax-exempt bond to help repair the library's 101-year-old copper roof.
The Cook County Medical Examiner's office says the youngest victim was a 15-year-old boy.
Steady job growth, low mortgage rates, rising home prices and tight supplies of homes for sale have supported a recovery in housing this year.
The Tianhe-2 is capable of sustained computing of 33.86 petaflops – or 33,860 trillion calculations – per second.
A head-on crash claims Laura Hall, 46, and Dean A. James, 45; James, who caused the crash by crossing the center line, was a convicted drug dealer.
Acknowledging the reality of a sometimes-fragile peace, Obama recalled the Omagh bombings that killed 29 people and injured hundreds more after the peace accord was signed.
The company says the most common requests came from police investigating robberies and other crimes, searching for missing children, trying to locate a patient with Alzheimer's, or hoping to prevent a suicide.
The ex-gangster says he was 'stunned' that Bulger had been an FBI informant, and placed him in murder scenes.
Maritime traffic on the Piscataqua River won't be allowed for five days as the bridge is hooked up and tested. Traffic is expected to resume on June 22.
During the closure, traffic is being diverted to U.S. Route 2, which runs parallel to I-95 and won't add significant time for motorists driving north.
The rally is part of a national tour aimed at building support for background checks and other measures it says will reduce gun violence.
Overseen by a former chemical industry lobbyist, Maine’s Department of Environmental Protection resists regulations on substances that may be harmful to children and fetuses.
A clash between a motorist and a cyclist that moved online results in a loss of corporate sponsors.
Critics are questioning its scientific validity and the qualifications of those paid to testify about it.
But Washington says that Pyongyang must comply with U.N. Security Council resolutions first.
Her assertion contradicts agency claims that a small group of Cincinnati agents was solely responsible.
Frank E. Reilly heads up The Friends of Lincoln Park, who want to restore Portland's first park.
Doug Davidson of "The Young and the Restless" earns his first career trophy for a role he's played since 1978.
The Portland fisherman drowned after falling off a wharf on the city's waterfront last week.
Four people are unable to celebrate Father's Day as a family after the jail found itself shorthanded.
Erin Brady, 25, of South Glastonbury, Conn., won the beauty pageant at the Planet Hollywood hotel-casino in Las Vegas Sunday night.
Most hygienists support the measure that would allow them to provide additional services.
Lyme disease-carrying deer ticks have spread inland from coastal regions and into the northern reaches of the state.