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Two passengers are taken to the hospital for treatment.
Chrysler is recalling 469,000 Jeep SUVs worldwide because they can shift into neutral without warning on startup.
In a White House ceremony honoring some of the bravest, he said America need look no further than the Boston Marathon bombings to know what police are made of.
Police say John Pelletier died Friday afternoon at the Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston.
York's Christopher Cassidy was one of two astronauts to fix an ammonia leak in an electrical system.
Bridge work that affected the Brunswick-to-Boston train finishes this weekend in time for summer travel.
The blasts, which were 15 minutes apart, raise fears that Syria's brutal civil war violence is crossing into its neighbor.
The University of Southern Maine graduation is split into morning and afternoon ceremonies at the Gorham campus fieldhouse.
Despite the violence, Pakistanis turned out in huge numbers Saturday to vote in an election that marked a historic democratic transfer of power in a country plagued by military coups.
Therapists say that with extensive treatment and support, healing is likely for the women, who were 14, 16 and 21 when they were abducted. But it is often a long and difficult process.
Gov. Paul LePage uses his weekly radio address to call on Maine lawmakers to pay the hospitals a $484 million debt for unpaid Medicaid services.
Thousands of students are receiving their college degrees at more than half a dozen graduation ceremonies across Maine.
The man was convicted of second-degree murder in the 1989 beating death of his 2-year-old stepson.
They tackle the man, who they say had plastic bags with a white powder and marijuana in his mouth.
Investigators focus on whether a sprinkler system, which was not on May 3, was up to code.
Drivers on Route 17 from Augusta through Windsor are stopped up to four times in single-lane zones.
Joshua Drew faces more than six years behind bars after being sentenced in three separate cases.
Critics focus on provisions that would either remove sales tax exemptions or increase excise taxes.
Maine is already one of only a few states to keep 911 recordings fully confidential, and it also places restrictions on transcripts of the calls.
Volunteers collect 500 bags worth of trash / Bulb research on display in Wells / Local company raising funds for teen center ... and more news from around the state.
Pier owners can't fill space for marine uses, and an updated inventory of tenants could have an impact on the way space is allotted.
A Maine family is happy for relatives of women found in Cleveland. But they await word of their missing son.
The school commencement speaker, Roya Hejabian, studied in secret in Iran, before attending college freely here.