The HoverFlow company has sold some of its video images commercially, but the co-owner says it is complying with federal limits.
Attorney general: Maine has strong case for Medicaid waiver / Suspect in fatal stabbing wants interviews rejected / Single South Portland councilor challenged on ballot ... and other regional news
The Maine Turnpike Authority says many drivers will benefit from the change on Nov. 1. But others will be hurt by sharp increases in tolls.
The main reason: The medications came from countries whose governments negotiated prices with manufacturers.
Cheverus shuts out South Portland / Scarborough wins third straight / Hodges throws three TDs for Westbrook ... and more news from around the region.
Boston Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine says his team's roster is beyond depleted . . .
Officials have to deal with drug cases handled by a chemist who may have mishandled evidence.
Milton Farnsworth, a former tugboat captain, was instrumental in building what is now South Port Marine, died on Thursday.
A Vermont state trooper was justified in using deadly force on an unarmed burglary suspect who refused an order to surrender and twice took a "shooter's stance."
The submarine suffered $450 million in damage during a May arson at a naval shipyard in Maine.
A Wisconsin judge on Friday struck down the state law championed by Gov. Scott Walker that effectively ended collective bargaining rights for most public workers.
In banks from Utah to Pennsylvania this summer, a middle-aged man has been demanding money from frightened tellers and offering the same sad story: He only had months to live . . .
The trooper allegedly assaulted an 18-year-old girl.
The next step is for the EPA to identify whether there are companies or individuals who are responsible for the contamination. If so, they'll be required to pay for the cleanup.
"Every yard we get this week is going to be really earned," Patriots left guard Logan Mankins said. "It's going to be a tough challenge."
The average daily high temperature in Death Valley last month was 113 degrees.
Unlike natural caves, it will be cleaned annually to keep the fungus that causes white-nose syndrome from reaching lethal levels.
The City Council is scheduled to vote Monday on whether to demolish the building to create a parking lot.
She tells Portsmouth Naval Shipyard workers that she'll never forget what they have done for the nation's defense, calling them "simply the best."
There have been numerous shark sightings in Cape Cod waters this summer, and one man was bitten by a shark while swimming off a beach.
Meanwhile, Republicans criticize him for sending "mixed signals" to the world about American leadership.
A half-clothed toddler found wandering alone early Friday is safe because an alert police officer saw her and investigated.
Justice Joyce Wheeler also denies a motion to step down in favor of a new judge.
Citing health code violations including ‘rat droppings’ and ‘TONS of flies all over the food,’ officials shut down the Porthole restaurant and two other sites owned by Oliver Keithly.
He says the federal panel didn't address the state's legal arguments but focused on the administrative process, which gives the federal government 90 days to review the state's request.
NDSU issued a statement shortly before 10 a.m. Friday telling all employees and students to leave campus within a half-hour because of a bomb threat. No other details were given.
A special election also will be held next spring to fill two seats.
The alert posted shortly before 10 a.m. Friday says people on campus should immediately evacuate all buildings and "get as far away as possible."
"Is $100,000 middle income?" George Stephanopoulos asked.
About 23,000 E-ZPass holders who use the commuter program will see it replaced by a volume discount system on Nov. 1, and many are reacting with outrage.
The lawyer for Mark Strong Sr., accused of promoting prostitution, is also asking the judge to recuse herself.
The city's nearly weeklong teachers strike appeared headed toward a resolution Friday, saying the "heavy lifting" was over.
Following a quick fundraising trip to New York, Romney was headed Friday to Ohio, which has been essential to any Republican seeking the White House.
Michael Young claims he asked for an attorney prior to interrogations by the police.
The royal family sues a French gossip magazine for a "grotesque and totally unjustifiable" invasion of privacy.
The percentage of those who are undecided jumped to 12 percent from 4 percent in August.
A two-day hazardous materials drill will be conducted at Monson Chemical Co. on Runway Road.
Remaining 'John Does' say they never were able to argue against registering as sex offenders.
A Boston mobster acknowledged he was the acting head of the New England Mafia as he pleaded guilty in federal court Thursday.
The armed militants who mingled with protesters in Benghazi may have had help from Libyan security.
Under Maine's new health insurance law, some business premiums have fallen while others jumped, stirring disagreement on its value.
The United States is bracing for another potential eruption of violent demonstrations after Friday's weekly prayers.
Maine businessman and NASCAR fan is humanitarian award finalist / Woman accused in hit-and-run pleads not guilty / Fines could reach $12,000 for Falmouth couple who allegedly let minors drink ... and more news from around the state.
The scandal investigation is not confined to any one student group, Harvard leader Drew Faust says.
In addition to the star couple, the Portland event draws leaders of the state's business and arts communities, and features a funky mix of music and home movies.