Police have to subdue Nicholas Davis after he tries to flee.
The 197-year-old publication predicts a winter storm will hit the Northeast around the time the Super Bowl is played at MetLife Stadium in the Meadowlands in New Jersey.
Brandon Montes, Ramon Mendoza, Saul Favela, and Miguel Artalejo hit home runs for Mexico.
The mother of the 10-year-old says her daughter is doing well.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell also urges President Barack Obama to speak more of issues of race.
The police are not sure if the man fell or jumped from the six-story One City Center garage.
The Maine Warden Service says Scott Kilton, 32, was riding his bike near Hancock Road in Sebago.
Julie Harris, who won five Tony Awards, dies at age 87 of congestive heart failure.
First lady Ann LePage is among those honoring the military with Maine ties killed since Sept. 11, 2001.
Zookeepers give the giant panda cub a 10-minute physical exam.
The 98-year-old St. Louis Church in Auburn needs an estimated $1 million or more in repairs, far more than the parish can afford.
The Syrian government and the U.N. are working to set the date and time of the visit to the agreed upon locations near the capital purportedly hit by chemical agents on Aug. 22.
Business leaders brand the measure an "innovation tax" that strikes at the heart of ingenuity in Massachusetts.
Hundreds of lobbyists in at least 20 states, Maine included, are eligible for state retirement benefits.
A small plane crashes at a municipal airport in Massachusetts.
The new wardens graduated after a 30-week training program.
John Diamond, who also served four terms in the Maine House, loses his job as university spokesman.
Pursuing healthful foods that kids will eat, local districts are taking the obesity battle to the next level.
Almost 10 years after failing to abolish baiting and other methods, animal-welfare activists want to revisit the debate: Are these cruel or are they viable wildlife management tools?
The Bay State 10-year-old, once a foster child herself, considers her project a way of doing service.
Two summers after the tropical storm dropped 11 inches of rain on the state, recovery efforts continue.
Statistics show the state's population of barbers dwindling; a young man hopes to reverse the trend.
A New Hampshire corrections officer raised the issue when he applied for recertification.
With a different volunteer cook each week, the Mount Vernon fundraiser welcomes all, funds or no.
The Marine Biology Lab thrives every summer, thanks in part to housing and day-care programs.
A Maine couple are teaching others about sustainable living through an immersive apprenticeship program.
A food-security program in Hartford, Conn., ripens to five sites and 25,000 pounds of produce a year.
The field of hopefuls is growing for Maine's largely rural district, which could figure in the 2014 battle to dominate Congress.
The disaster is also expected to come up at a separate public meeting held by the railroad administration and the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration.
Political analysts say when LePage shoots from the hip, his re-election chances may be taking the hit.
Without assistance or funding from the state, the report-card grading system has had minimal impact, Maine’s education leaders say.