Kyle Bassler, 20, was taken to Inland Hospital in Waterville after shooting himself while watching TV.
Larry Yacubian, who says federal regulators' fines were excessive, seeks damages for lost wages.
Unless the satellite TV provider can reach a deal with WGME, customers will lose Channel 13.
At a time when most Maine lobster is processed in Canada, a young entrepreneur wants to turn the tide of the industry back toward the state with a new processing plant here.
The congresswoman says she's written a letter to the owner of 15 cruise lines, imploring them to buy local lobster while in Portland.
Caregivers and advocates urge lawmakers to reject medical marijuana cultivation restrictions.
As many as 3 million people a year now visit some part of the ever-changing trail to reconnect with nature and slow down.
Officials say the 57-year-old was with his two daughters when he collapsed about 2.5 miles from the visitors center.
Top 25 words and definitions added to the latest edition of Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary are below:
In all, Merriam-Webster added about 100 new words and phrases Monday, from "e-reader" to "man cave" to "copernicium."
The $10 million is the largest award in the university's history
Shawn Sayer faces prison for posting explicit photos of the woman and sending men to her to have sex.
Connecticut's nuclear power plant shut one of two units on Sunday because seawater used to cool down the plant is too warm.
Helen Gurley Brown invited millions of women to join the sexual revolution.
Karen D’Andrea would have completed the first year of her second term in November.
"I feel like part of the Red Sox tradition just died," said ex-Red Sox pitcher Pedro Martinez. "It's hard to think of the success, defeat, and all we went through without Johnny."
36-year-old Wayne Carter was killed shortly after 4 a.m. when his car went off the road and rolled over.
First Title went 3-2 in the tournament. Both losses were to Milford, Conn.
Democrats have labeled the civil and criminal contempt citations a political stunt.
Jesse Jackson Jr. has been away from the public eye since June 10 when family members said he collapsed at their Washington home.
Police say a gunman was being served an eviction notice before he opened fire from inside a home near Texas A&M and killed a law enforcement officer and 65-year-old man.
David Mason, who spoke in class about shooting a rifle, has been on paid administrative leave since the incident.
The burglary occurred just before 11 p.m. July 31 at the Osco Pharmacy inside Shaws supermarket at 147 Bath Road.
The competition is over. The U.S. was best, but the success stories from London truly spanned the globe.
Sen. Doug Thomas, R-Ripley, says his constituents are worried about having their properties taken away through eminent domain.
Police, neighbors and his lawyer are frustrated over the legal system's inability to deal with his behavior.
The other two October presidential debates will be moderated by Jim Lehrer of PBS and Bob Schieffer of CBS News.
Ryan's events in Iowa could help determine whether conservative excitement for him will overshadow Romney's message.
Police have said 31-year-old Toina M. Hanson was homeless.
Thirty-year-old Adam Mueller faces up to 21 years in prison if convicted of three felony counts of recording conversations without permission.
AUGUSTA — The former director of Rhode Island Historical Society has been named the new director of the Maine State Museum.
Michael E. Chandler, 50, of Schenectady, N.Y., told police he was avoiding a bicyclist when he crashed through the wooden guardrail in his pickup truck.
The proposed projects would take place in Stoneham, Lovell, Mason and Albany townships.
Axelrod says he likes Ryan personally, but he also is labeling the Wisconsin Republican "a certifiable right-wing ideologue."
Authorities say 38-year-old Joseph Deleskey has been involved in the illegal killing or wounding of more than a dozen deer.
The man swam to shore and then passed undetected through a $100 million system designed to safeguard against terrorists.
The indictment today accuses Paolo Gabriele, the butler under arrest since May at the Vatican, of grand theft.
The good news is that the summer driving season is almost over and cheaper winter blends will soon hit the market.
Surveillance videos from several businesses may provide clues about what led up to the vehicle fire.
A city official says the violence has left Dorchester residents "on edge."
Scores of aftershocks have coursed through Iran's mountainous northeast since the 6.4 and 6.3 magnitude quakes hit the region.
It's the first top-to-bottom analysis of the system since it went into place in 1997.
Cycle of crime fueled by drugs, mental illness has wide impact.
The Brewer police chie says that if the death is determined to be suspicious, state police will take over the investigation.
The two-month lobster season starts today for lobstermen off southeastern New Brunswick.
The center at Mid Coast Hospital will offer treatment and education in nutrition, insulin pump use and glucose monitoring.
Officials say the economy has made it hard for the new 1,000-seat auditorium to meet expectations.
BELGRADE -- There is almost nothing in the way he plays with his brothers or mugs for the camera to hint that the little boy, less than a year ago, was hit by a truck.
At her video arraignment, the 31-year-old woman reportedly wept and choked out, "I did not kill him on purpose."
Talk about a model city! Portland corners the market as magazines and websites rank locations for livability. What does it all mean? That may be the No. 1 question.
An enterprising tour veteran starts up a business by capitalizing on the city's rich firefighting history.
The proposed fix, which would take more than a decade, includes more than $13 million in stormwater upgrades and maintenance.
Second in an occasional series on Rachel Carson a half-century after the publication of 'Silent Spring.'
UMA's Robert Katz visited China recently, and sees it 'marching full speed into the contemporary world.'
Portland in the running for mustache charity bash / Highway deaths in Maine up 50 percent this year . . . and more Maine news.
The company wants to place two towers in Windham and one in Grafton.
Kelly Ayotte, who was mentioned as a possible Romney running mate, still could be in his Cabinet.
The school expects to have higher-than-average attendance but lower-than-average test scores.
A comprehensive investigation shows that in-person impersonation is basically nonexistent.
Maine lobstermen don't expect much change in prices from an agreement reached by counterparts in Canada.