Ben Lucas throws a touchdown pass to Jon Saban in the final minute to lift the Rams to a championship.
A man living next door to the place where the body was found is held on an unrelated charge.
The FAA will make the final ruling on the cause of the incident at rush hour Thursday in Cumberland.
Duke Energy Corp. is the first wind power company to be prosecuted for deaths of protected birds.
Magnus Carlsen of Norway won the chess world championship Friday, becoming the first Western player since Bobby Fischer to hold the title.
The commissioner’s office plans to recommend the use of metal detectors at ballparks next season.
Tests are being conducted to determine if the student has a strain of the disease that has already affected six students and a campus visitor since March.
The Wisconsin governor is positioning himself to be part of the mix for 2016, when Republicans say a governor should run.
The fire causes minimal damage and no one is injured.
Police were alerted to a break-in at the school by a burglar alarm at 2:40 a.m. Friday morning.
The biggest job gains occurred in Florida, California and North Carolina.
Lee Newman says her family believes a misunderstanding led to 85-year-old Merrill Newman’s detention.
Police get complaints from several drivers, one of whom reported that the driver’s-side window was shattered.
Jim Pepin had argued that the city lacked probable cause to conduct such inspections.
The Polar Bears beat Christopher Newport 4-1 in the NCAA Division III semifinals and advance to Sunday’s championship.
Annie Dookhan gets a three- to five-year prison sentence for her role in a Massachusetts scandal.
Officials are mum about where he is living and working but say the man who lived 27 years in the Maine woods is doing fine.
They’re threatening to sue the city, claiming the buffer zone violates their First Amendment rights.
The state Labor Department says the rate fell to 6.7 percent in October.
A man was found dead at a property on Route 201 near the Maine Criminal Justice Academy.
Samples from ceramic jars in the ruins of a palace in Israel confirm how sophisticated wines were 3,700 years ago.
The governor directed that U.S. and Maine flags be lowered to half-staff until sunset on Friday.
Ship captain Peter Willcox, who has ties to Maine, is one of 29 out of 30 protesters freed.
A note reading ‘I hate you all’ was found with her body; the suspect, 14, is being held without bail.
From Dallas to Dublin, governments and citizens pay tribute and people share memories of a day that changed them – and the world.
James Foley was last seen Nov. 22, 2012, in northwestern Syria, where he was shooting videos for European news media.
Jama Mohamed came to the United States in 2004 and to Lewiston in 2008.
Prosecutors say 27-year-old Gravely drove women to Boston where he expected them to engage in sex for a fee.
A government official says the situation is stabilizing, with major roads on Samar and Leyte islands cleared of debris, and some banks, stores and gasoline stations resuming business.
At issue this time are proposed high school biology textbooks that could be used statewide starting next school year and through 2022 at least.
Police say the death toll is expected to go even higher.
The largest ski area east of the Rockies will open Friday thanks to temperatures in the teens and low 20s this week.
The Department of Labor says that recipients of Extended Unemployment Compensation will lose their benefits Dec. 28 unless it’s extended by Congress.
The performer achieved international fame and a Grammy for his Kennedy impressions, and then his career was over.
Prosecutors want a review of one conclusion in a previous examination of James Holmes, who is using an insanity defense.
The JFK Library and Museum will open a special exhibit.
To ensure impartiality, she wants a third party to review the disciplinary actions taken against two dozen high school athletes.
Officials cite several reasons for the state increase, especially in Portland, which has had success helping veterans find housing.
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Two hunters, including a town councilor, allegedly fired shots close to a woman’s house and nearly hit her.
The superintendent is investigating a possible conflict of interest after players are urged to attend a private facility where their baseball coach teaches.
Fifty years ago, I was in fourth grade, the new kid in Sister Jean’s class at St. Joseph’s School just outside of Pittsburgh.
The Berwick Academy graduate will be on the show at 9 p.m. Friday, pitching her combination phone case and purse, called pursecase.