The driver, who was hospitalized, faces a number of criminal charges related to the 110-mph chase.
The former quarterback, now a winemaker, makes his case to lawmakers.
Businesses welcome the upgrade as well as Unitil's plan to finish by Memorial Day.
Home boy Marcus Davis brings Waachiim Spiritwolf to his knees, but illegally, the ruling goes.
But legislation is passed to prevent tighter rules from taking effect until a probe of the last election is complete.
Two directors at the high school theater festival this weekend will root for more than their own students.
The five-time Pro Bowl safety should complement Aqib Talib in the defensive backfield.
They're charged with causing the fire to collect insurance, but it's not clear what sparked the investigation five years after the incident.
Gov. John Hickenlooper signs the bill as dozens of gay couples look on during a ceremony at the History Colorado Center near the Capitol.
The measure would control the drug at the federal level similar to the way alcohol is regulated.
Prosecutors say they "no longer have sufficient evidence to prove the defendant's guilt beyond a reasonable doubt."
Vatican officials say an "internal system failure" resulted in the story being posted on the website.
A letter from the law firm Downs Rachlin Martin says the bill would discriminate against the company that owns the pipeline and may be illegal.
The forecast also calls for little relief for the drought-stricken Midwest and Southwest.
But the company planning to build a pipeline takes issue with claims about its labor agreement.
Republicans criticize the delay, but the committee chair says it's needed to consider a proposed compromise.
The vice president said today that the White House is still pushing for the measure.
Dyer Rhoads will represent Maine at the National Poetry Out Loud Finals on April 28-30 in Washington, D.C.
Tracy, an attorney and frequent volunteer, won with nearly 70 percent of the vote.
Plans to build the state's largest shopping center appear unlikely as the land heads to auction.
The convicted rapist who killed himself on I-95 and admitted killing a former roommate was also a suspect in a new case.
The measure would fund the day-to-day operating budgets of every Cabinet agency through Sept. 30. It leaves in place automatic spending cuts of 5 percent to domestic programs and 8 percent to the Pentagon.
The driver was hit in the face and neck with either BBs or pellets. He was treated by rescue workers at the scene but was not taken to the hospital.
The Jonesport-Beals High School guard/forward was recently named the state's Mr. Basketball.
His key involvement warrants time, the judge says, despite genuine remorse and an emotional plea from his wife.
Rep. Seth Berry calls for a ‘fairness’ tax on some high earners to align their rate with what most Mainers pay.
A member of a Renaissance and Middle Ages re-enactment group is accused of threatening a neighbor in Sumner.
Findings from a European satellite show the cosmos is expanding more slowly than had been believed.
York County Food Rescue is being evicted from its current space in Sanford and will shut down unless it finds 4,000-square feet of new space.
The plane was taxiing on the runway when one of its skis snagged in the snow, causing the flip, police say.
Kids fare just as well in gay or straight families when they are nurturing and financially and emotionally stable, the American Academy of Pediatrics says.
He prods both Israelis and Palestinians to resume talks, telling young people 'Peace is possible.'
Civilian defense employees expect furlough notices in two weeks.
YogaFest co-founder Justine Carlisle says her goal is to generate a sense of togetherness and to raise awareness about the physical and mental benefits of yoga.
An off-the-cuff joke by Gov. Deval Patrick about seeking a third term in office sparked a brief firestorm online.
Maine is doing much better than the VA overall, which needs on average 279 days to process a disability claim.
Before killing himself, a man said he killed a rapist to stop him from molesting children, according to an affidavit.
Still endangered in Maine, the species is recovering from devastating effects of DDT in the 1960s.
Three Mainers recommended for federal judgeship / Man who escaped cruiser while handcuffed now in custody / Driver stopped with fake plate 'of very poor quality' ... and more news from around the state.
The Department of Corrections wants to know how the media obtained video and documents about how a prison captain pepper-sprayed a restrained inmate.
The city has been studying ways to improve mobility and safety at the six-legged intersection near USM and the UMaine law school for more than a year.
The driver is duped into giving a man a ride to Cumberland Avenue where his accomplice robs him at gunpoint.
Sarah Tracy, a lawyer, defeats Joyce Clarkson-Veilleux to win the seat vacated earlier this year.