The 41-year-old actor-director will star as the Dark Knight in the 2015 'Man of Steel' sequel.
New England turns the ball over on four of its first five possessions, and the defense is equally abysmal.
The drugs were found in the engine compartment of the yacht. No arrests have yet been made.
A grand jury in Kennebec County adds six more indictments against the North Pond Hermit.
The suspended Milwaukee slugger says in a statement released Thursday that he took banned substances during his 2011 MVP season.
The couple were stabbed to death, and the neighbor later died of an overdose.
David Laguercia, 56, pleads guilty to transfer of a firearm before completing a background check and failure to maintain records.
Wildlife officials confirm that a video shows the animal not seen on the Cape in centuries.
Their reasons for choosing such an option are the same as women's: They've always wanted a family and time is running out.
The Maine psychiatric hospital could lose $20 million in federal money if problems aren't fixed.
LePage meets with Nova Scotia's economic minister to move the project forward.
Three teenagers are charged in the thrill killing of the college athlete.
Renovations at the Cumberland County Civic Center will put the team in Lewiston for three months.
Town officials say an analysis sheds little light on whether new waterfront property values are valid.
Staff Sgt. Robert Bales slaughtered 16 Afghan civilians in their village, mostly women and children.
The targets are mostly small businesses and restaurant owners in the Portland, Lewiston and Augusta areas.
No one is injured when the car rams into Rising Tide Natural Foods store Thursday afternoon.
The bad year follows continuing losses of bees from colony collapse disorder.
Current tenants include Buck’s Naked BBQ, Fore Play, Gorgeous Gelato, The Merry Table Crêperie and Shine Salon.
David Curtis, 56, was found a few houses away from his home, and foul play is not suspected.
He tells the Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway that he expects two-person crews in the U.S.
Officials say five of the injured were flown by helicopter to a trauma center, but most of the others are believed to have relatively minor injuries.
The Army psychiatrist accused of killing 13 people and wounding more than 30 others at the Texas military base declines to address jurors.
The three-hour breakdown raises questions about the pitfalls of electronic systems for stock trades.
The shipbuilder says the layoffs will include 15 pipe coverers and 25 insulators. Still, the shipbuilder's workforce has risen this year to about 5,500 employees.
The misaligned base of a new telescope platform complicates its installation.
The raccoon got into a Main Street home on Sunday afternoon and killed the owner's cat.
The package includes almost $150 million for transportation and higher education projects.
Police say the boy's foot apparently slid off the clutch as he backed up. The injured woman and boy are taken to Maine Medical Center.
Barry Brown, 50, was staying at a residence in Chesterville without permission from his parole officer.
He says with students facing much more global competition, making college affordable is 'an economic imperative' for the country.
Hannah Anderson was kidnapped by family friend James Lee DiMaggio on Aug. 4 after he killed her mother and 8-year-old brother, authorities have said.
The state plans to use the proceeds of the bond offering to repay debt owed to Maine's 39 hospitals.
The longtime autocrat, 85, is released from prison even as his democratically elected successor remains jailed at an undisclosed location.
Joseph Bernatche, 55, allegedly handed a security guard a note telling her to call him and leaving his cellphone number.
The soldier asks to be known as Chelsea and to undergo hormone treatment.
The group of a half-dozen or so stood on the Margaret Chase Smith Bridge for about an hour, holding up signs and wearing pro-Manning clothing, soliciting honks from passing vehicles.
Researchers are looking at this rare group in the hope that they may find ways to help protect others from memory loss. And they've had some tantalizing findings . . .
Two girls, ages 8 and 12, were on the all-terrain vehicle on Tuesday that crashed in Lincoln.
20-year-old Jana Lutteropp is the first person to die from a shark attack in Hawaii since 2004.
The United States, Britain and France have demanded that a team of U.N. experts already in Syria be granted immediate access to investigate the site.
'There has been an incredible rush to judgment,' and the state doesn't have enough evidence to prove the charges, Hernandez's lawyer says.
Daniel Roberts, 44, was found guilty of the August 2005 shooting of 29-year-old Melissa Mendoza in a custody dispute.
Police say school bookkeeper Antoinette Tuff was heroic in how she responded after being taken hostage by Michael Brandon Hill, a 20-year-old man with a history of mental health issues.
She reads 'The Best Mouse Cookie' by Laura Numeroff to the young patients at The Barbara Bush Children's Hospital at Maine Medical Center.
The clinic will be taught by leading industry members from the Portland-based commercial kelp farm Ocean Approved and University of Connecticut scientists.
The vice president's office said Beau Biden would fly to Delaware aboard Air Force Two as Joe Biden returns to Wilmington.
Body of 56-year-old man found near Route 201 / Rockland woman admits $400,000 theft from bank / Crew quickly douse fire at ice cream factory ... and more news from around the state.
The City Council will vote on the $524,000 agreement for Congress Square Plaza on Sept. 9.
About two dozen people plead Wednesday for their dogs' freedom on Scarborough beaches.
The Penobscot Indian Nation wants to control fishing and hunting rights on the Penobscot River.
A new contractor says it's recovering after many drivers quit over lower reimbursement rates.
Keeping the executive session private makes any investigation pointless, critics say.
Production is way down in Maine this summer, but the reason bees seem to be less busy may surprise you.
Parts of the roof caved in as flames shot through it, and crews had to back out of the church at one point because of safety concerns.
The team plans to visit the site in the suburbs of Damascus where an alleged chemical weapon attack occurred last week, reportedly killing hundreds.