After considering retirement, future Hall-of-Famer Kevin Garnett has chosen to return to the Boston Celtics for a 3-year deal worth $34 million.
An attorney who's represented several high-profile murder defendants in Maine faces two misdemeanor charges for calling in bomb threats to schools.
In addition to Friday's heroics, Trooper Douglas Cropper has been involved in many high-profile incidents on Interstate 295.
The Postal Service says a $150,000 stolen Salvador Dali painting has been mailed back to New York from Europe and intercepted at Kennedy International Airport.
A news organization says it has seen emails showing Penn State's former president Graham Spanier agreed not to take allegations of sex abuse against ex-assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky to authorities but worried university officials would be "vulnerable" for failing to report it.
The casino billionaire has now given $51 million to the GOP in this election cycle.
It involves scuba gear, a burned mansion and possibly poison. "This is one of the strangest cases I've seen," said a Maricopa County sheriff's spokesman.
It took 90 minutes and help from 12 agencies to put out the blaze at 1215 Richville Road.
And that's after 2011, when two-thirds of Maine's 61 public-access beaches had no water quality issues.
The residents of Bethel, Alaska have never had a fast-food restaurant. So when they heard Taco Bell was opening one, they became overjoyed. It turn outs, however, it wasn't true...
Donald C. Brown Jr. previously ran a drive-in in Delaware for 14 years, and hopes to bring some old-time nostalgia — and a renovated snack bar — back to the Pine Tree State.
When Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes first got together, he jumped on a couch, she gushed girlishly, and many of their fans said, "Huh?" Now, their split could cause just as much drama.
A new law allows licensed fishermen to help deal with invasive species like large-mouth bass that were introduced to the area illegally.
"We've created a school (that's) meeting specific needs for kids that have not been met in the traditional school system," Emanuel Pariser said.
Andrew Oberle was bitten repeatedly and dragged for nearly a half-mile after going through a fence that separate humans from the chimps.
Police investigate shooting that injures 20-year-old / Freeport woman charged after crash injures two / Miane Diocese still seeks changes in new health care law ... and more news from around the state.
The senator renews her call for a financial analysis of the Affordable Care Act in light of upcoming budget work.
The Republicans’ attack and White House’s response suggest the debate will continue vigorously into the fall.
Congress approves a measure that also keeps exemptions to continue the Metro bus service.
The reports, filed late, show a lower range of assets than Angus Kings’ and are not as in-depth.
The lawmaker, who was involved in a high-profile breakup, is going on active duty in the Navy.
The Waterville toddler vanished seven months ago. The reward if for any information leading to her whereabouts.
Juan Maldonado, 37, is charged with aggravated trafficking, and his girlfriend, Jennifer Marie Poirier, is also arrested.
A chaplain prays for a break in the weather so the body of ranger Nick Hall can be recovered.
An analysis of court data in Maine points to a 25 percent drop in arrests over 10 years, but that trend might reflect cutbacks in patrols.
The owner of a Wells collectibles museum accuses the town of an arbitrary crackdown.
Maine businesses that cater to tourists worry about not having a long weekend this year, but silver linings abound.
Ten years after the tragic death of her daughter, a Thomaston artist recalls her crusade for new rules.
Emmanuel Caulk, 40, impressed local officials with his ability to engage people and his desire to raise academic expectations.
An elderly man driving the wrong way on I-295 crashes to a halt – before reaching Tukey’s Bridge.