Boston loses it's third straight, and its AL East lead over Tampa Bay is cut to one game.
The testimony of a neuropsychologist is key in the judge's determination.
The highlight of the young vegan's visit is a fist bump from President Obama at a party for contest winners.
Residents furious with the Muslim Brotherhood protesters attack them with rocks, bottles and bullets.
From the moment parking meter mechanic James Bagarozzo began his scheme to steal from the machines, his life became overrun with quarters . . .
Ralph Mariano was sentenced Friday to two years of house arrest for his role in a kickback scheme that cost the U.S. Navy $18 million.
The summer's count is expected to come close to reaching the federal recovery goal of 3,000 Karner blues in New Hampshire.
The compromise package includes a borrowing plan for roads and bridges and education improvements.
Maj. Nidal Hasan, who is acting as his own attorney, asks no questions of Kimberly Munley after she identifies him as the man who shot her.
Closing arguments in the sentencing phase of the trial are scheduled for Monday.
The double-amputee Olympian would face a minimum of 25 years in prison if convicted of premeditated murder.
Police say Joslyn and Joel Retamozzo were taken by their mother Thursday and may be headed out-of-state.
One of Allison Gold’s sons, Dylan Gold, 9, died when a car crashed into the family. Her other son was also injured.
A Maine woman who runs a support group for people who believe they've had alien interactions says this is a first step toward the government acknowledging space aliens on Earth.
Investigators with the sheriff's office do not believe the shooting was random, but decline to elaborate.
Reactions to the proposal are mixed. Opponents say the $524,000 price for part of the Portland park insults those 'who know the value of this space.'
A federal agency says Riverview Psychiatric Center is not complying with guidelines.
Police stopped Justin Tully's vehicle on suspicion of driving under the influence and say they found a variety of drugs.
Matthew Dineen, former boys hockey coach of the year at Gardiner High School, has been arrested on domestic violence charges.
The Kennebunkport Historical Society, which has an exhibit capturing the life and times of the Bush clan's time in Maine, will donate Saturday's admission proceeds to help the boy.
Martin's Point Health Care hopes to start construction on the $5 million project in November.
A nonprofit group ranks and grades states on eight federal quality measures.
Friday's vote is a response to network plans to air programs about possible Democratic presidential contender Hillary Rodham Clinton.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Maine wants a law requiring warrants for drone use.
The protests are larger and fiercer Friday, ignited by the outrage over the deaths of at least 638 people on Wednesday.
The arrest took place after an undercover operation at the Roger's Pond rest area in Kennebunk.
The 58-year-old man was alone in the vehicle when the accident occurred about 6:46 a.m. today on Jenkins Road.
He leaves Sept. 12 for a national policy post. Gov. LePage's office has no comment on a successor.
Route 11 in East Lebanon is on the cusp of being considered a 'high-crash location' the state says.
The health care law allows Congress and staffers access to abortion coverage, which is banned by another federal law.
Jared Remy, 34, was already facing charges of domestic violence against Jennifer Martel.
About 20 massive, colorful balloons took off from Lewiston's Simard-Payne Memorial Park on Friday to kick off the 21st Annual Great Falls Balloon Festival.
The crash Thursday afternoon damaged a home and sent an area girl to the hospital with minor injuries.
The apparent inconsistency between his pledge to respect the rule of law and his practice in applying it has been evident in his response to the political change in Egypt.
David Macaulay says leaving some of the graffiti up might actually add to his idea.
Prosecutors say the two defendants killed the victims in a drug-related dispute in August 2012.
Joann C. Rittall, 43, used the personal data of more than 20 people to fraudulently file federal income tax returns claiming refunds in their names.
The self-described 'country banker' was Jimmy Carter's first budget director and closest personal friends.
Organizers are expecting 21 balloons for this year's festival, which kicks off today and runs through Sunday in Lewiston and Auburn.
Residents must register for the program by Sept. 27.
Students on the campus where a Boston Marathon suspect lived were never in danger, a task force finds.
Eight offices will be set up around the state to assist with enrollment in a plan under the federal Affordable Care Act.
Reality TV company to shoot pilot episode near Bangor / Texas woman sentenced in Maine bath salts case / Statue of ex-chief justice unveiled ... and more news from around the state.
The call to arms could hurt the U.S. goal of replacing radical voices with democratic ones.
The 88-year-old Oakland woman who slept through the burglary says it is still undermining her health.
Divided by generations, four members of the same family share a new common bond: posthumous recognition for their service in the military.
MS Harborfest Weekend includes a sailboat parade, sailing races, lobster boat races and a tugboat muster.
A study finds that it takes four months of consistent exercise before insomnia sufferers notice results.
The family of Jane Richard and a young boy killed in the Boston bombings try to balance life's sweet moments with the deep sorrow they can't shake.
The health insurance provider wants to discontinue its current individual plans and offer other options.