Witnesses said Tim Mitchell had been operating his bike erratically just prior to the crash.
The 27-year-old Spaniard now ranks third all-time in men's major championships, behind only Roger Federer's 17 and Pete Sampras' 14.
About 50 protesters urge Congress to reject the president's proposed military attack.
The two workers were making repairs to an in-ground tank when a fire and explosion occurred.
Maine's highest court weighs the Press Herald appeal for transcripts in pending criminal cases.
The action is taken after two cases of a gastrointestinal illness are linked to bacteria.
Robert Evon, a former owner of Port City Music Hall, is accused in a new court filing of conspiring to smuggle $2.7 million worth of cocaine.
Two dozen American soldiers died when their amphibious vehicle sank, and volunteer divers hope to further explore such a vehicle found in Lake Garda.
Two at-large seats on the City Council and one slot on the school board will be filled in elections Nov. 5.
The father of Ayla Reynolds is back in jail after police say he violated his bail conditions in connection with an assault charge in Portland.
He says Syria's offer of giving up all chemical weapons is positive, but 'if we don't maintain and move forward with a credible threat of military pressure,' Syria may back off its proposal.
Officials celebrate a public-private effort that helped restore the historic Sanford Mill and attract tenants.
Mayor Alan Casavant is among the incumbents being challenged by a predecessor.
Mayor Mark Johnston, who has served in the office for a total of 14 years, is not seeking re-election.
She tells a dispatcher that Zimmerman punched her father, smashed an iPad and threatened them with a gun, but she later recants her story.
Only 1 in 5 Americans believe that failing to respond to chemical weapons attacks in Syria would embolden other rogue governments.
Two 15-year-old girls are allegedly shown in a Web video that generated complaints to police.
The High Roller will be 100 feet taller than the London Eye, 30 feet taller than China's Star of Nanchang, and 9 feet taller than the Singapore Flyer.
A van crashes while two couples are returning to their hotel in the White Mountains.
Portland police had been searching for David Ferrar in connection with a series of burglaries in the city's residential areas.
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'I think we need the oil and I think we need gas,' Maine's governor says.
The permits allow the tagging of a doe or a buck with antlers less than 3 inches in length.
House Speaker John Boehner supports Obama's proposal to fire missiles into Syria but Republican rank-and-file opposition, however, is running strong.
He says the evidence about chemical weapons that the U.S. is presenting amounts to a 'big lie' that resembles the case for war in Iraq.
A City Council committee is expected to take up a proposal to close the boulevard on Sundays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for recreational uses.
The idea gains traction Monday, but President Obama continues to push a military strike during negotiations to keep the pressure on Assad's government.
The all-stock donation had ranked among the 20 biggest gifts ever to a U.S. college or university.
Fifteen first responders and dispatchers jumped into action when a fire lieutenant had a heart attack at work.
Kristina Lowe of Oxford is accused of two counts of manslaughter for the 2012 crash in West Paris.
Police decided to drop the charge against Joseph Bernatche after determining it would be hard to prove.
Widely considered the U.N.'s most effective chief, Hammarskjold died in a 1961 plane crash that has bred a rash of conspiracy theories, many centering on some startling inconsistencies.
Groups praise the change but still have deep concerns over Roxanne Quimby's vision for a national park.
The owners of Pennell's Clothing Store say they sold their Maine Street building on Sept. 3 and now have two months to liquidate their inventory.
Terrance Ladd, 20, collided with a vehicle driven by Leona Peaslee, 27, who said she didn't see Ladd.
'Sunset at Montmajour' can be dated to the exact day it was painted because Van Gogh described it in a letter: July 4, 1888, at the peak of his artistic achievements.
Police say the RV crashed when it failed to slow down on an I-95 exit ramp.
Multiple witnesses reported the man appeared to be intoxicated before he fell to a sidewalk.
The Coastal Humane Society in Brunswick began removing the cats from the home after the man who lived there reached out.
Deploying the guides for the uninsured is one the first hurdles for the new health system as it transitions from a abstract political debate in Washington to a real-life process in communities.
Thayne Ormsby was convicted last year of three counts of murder and for the 2010 stabbing deaths of Jeffrey Ryan, his son and a family friend.
President Obama drops in on the dinner, attended by Maine Sen. Susan Collins.
Clients who don't show up for medical appointments cost health care providers both time and money.
Mark Sullivan will offer a resolution at Monday's meeting to keep the church from closing.
As in Portland, residents' complaints lead to proposals to ban the activity on medians, and raise constitutional concerns.
The airport was selected to be home to Boeing KC-46 refueling tankers now in production.
The decision clears the way to legal residency in the United States for foreign-born spouses.
A City Council committee meets Tuesday to review loosening city regulations.
Fair organizers say public pressure and safety demand better communication.
But even supporters of military action concede that the White House faces an uphill battle.
This November will be the last time that all seven City Council seats are up for election at once.
Amid challenging times for regional malls comes a rare achievement in South Portland – no vacancies.
Maine's race for governor will test the Bennett and Michaud relationship of trust, respect.
Pedestrian dies after getting hit by box truck / LePage to discuss energy at Canadian conference / Task force aims to find fixes for revenue sharing ... and more news from around the state.
The weekend confrontation raised questions Monday as residents struggled to make sense of how someone known as a pleasant, churchgoing man died in the explosive confrontation.
Even after the Affordable Care Act takes effect, demand for care in free clinics will remain high.
No one is injured in the robbery of a store Sunday afternoon in Glenburn.