The State Department says the rewards have been in place since January.
Quarterback Ben Lucas threw five touchdown passes, as Cony advances to the state championship game.
Ted Wafer, who is white, shot a 19-year-old black girl who was knocking on his door early in the morning.
The Black Bears are 5-1 at Alfond this season.
Kristen Maurer of Indiana didn’t hesitate to donate tissue for her sister’s reconstruction surgery.
A key matchup will be Gronkowski against Carolina’s all-world linebacker Luke Kuechly.
Justin Pillsbury is taken into custody as he leaves a hospital where he was being treated for what police say are self-inflicted stab wounds.
The account contradicts the driver who said she didn’t realize she had been in a collision that sent a family tumbling into a ditch.
The bank settles with 21 institutional investors over mortgage-backed securities.
George Jaime’s attorney argued he shouldn’t be convicted because Starlett Vining’s body was never found, but the jury disagrees.
This is the record 14th time the MDEA has responded to a meth lab-related incident this year.
Travis Tatro, 30, is indicted in a case involving two teenage girls.
Miles Scott, 5, who was diagnosed with leukemia when he was 18 months old, becomes a ‘full-blown phenomenon’ as a celebrity crime stopper.
If adopted, a 39-foot buffer would take effect Dec. 18.
The company said it will be using polymers instead metal for more parts, and moving several other manufacturing processes to Springfield, Mass.
Some in the state's medical community worry about the impact of the state's recent two-year cap on methadone and buprenorphine for Medicaid patients.
An FAA spokeswoman said the plane was flying at about 2,000 feet, some 8 miles southeast of the Tamiami airport.
They’re trying to replicate the creativity and culture of online startups as they seek to improve their websites and engineer their own apps.
The Portland nonprofit must raise $1.2 million in private matching funds – half of it by Dec. 11 – to receive the grant.
The carnage in Tripoli prompts some demonstrators to take up arms and join with other militias to fight back.
The humpback appeared to be between 2 and 5 years old.
The Portland resident was an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous and dedicated his time to helping other men struggling with alcoholism and addiction.
An unusually subdued Rob Ford vows to fight the action in court.
Nicholas Edmond, 27, was arrested Friday morning by U.S. marshals and members of the Maine Violent Offender Task Force.
A federal judge orders the Energy Department to pay the plant because it has failed to remove the nuclear waste.
Democrats say that the measure creates a shadow market of substandard health insurance plans.
Officers find 90 packets of heroin, with a street value of about $4,500, as well as almost $2,000 in cash.
He is accused of driving while intoxicated when he struck a family on bicycles.
She remains in intensive care, no charges have been filed and Scarborough police are calling it an accident.
Charges against David Coffren of Kingfield included endangering the welfare of a child.
Police say Stephen Dingus and his uncle, James Dingus, both 31, may also be connected to other crimes.
Linsey Soucy, 19, was arrested after cutting the 15-year-old girl on the forehead during a fight, police say.
Former Inland Hospital doctor Michael Durr was under investigation for incompetent practice, according to the Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine’s website.
Ryan McLaughlin is facing federal charges after allegedly robbing Shaw’s pharmacy twice in 48 hours.
Human rights groups, who wanted the policy abolished, also hail a decision to scrap labor camps.
The insurance industry has increasing cause for concern as early enrollment reports suggest a trend that could cause insurance premiums and deductibles to rise sharply.
For all but five of those minutes, there was no threat from the suspected gunman
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The total number of people affected by the typhoon rises to 12 million.
The kind of wolf that gave rise to dogs is now extinct.
But their plans differ on how to implement the expansion.
Costs are a major reason for the delay.
In an obscenity-laced statement on live TV, he also threatens to sue ex-staffers who spoke to cops.
Two homes will have to be demolished.
Fifty years later, the Maine resident says it was a struggle to do his job while full of sadness.
The popular store on Portland's Munjoy Hill, damaged by an arson fire in March, will reopen under new ownership.
About 15,000 facing canceled or altered policies might be able to keep their plans, but it’s uncertain.