Adam Delano, 24, faces up to 10 years in prison for attacking another homeless man a year ago.
Jarrod Saltalamacchia clears the bases after New York overcomes a 4-0 deficit.
Joe Rafferty earns his 150th career victory as the Rams dominate York, 38-14.
Crews working to demolish old N.H. building after collapse / Groups attempting to raise $1.8 million to protect trails / 'Whitey' Bulger's defense bill totals $2.6 million
A computer operating the 120-foot-tall Speed XXL was damaged.
Down by nine strokes, he now shares the second-round lead with Brandt Snedeker, who shot a 68.
As many as 15 girls sent her online messages such as 'You should die,' and 'Why don't you go kill yourself.'
Derek Weeks, who had been accused of threatening children at the school, struck a plea agreement.
The city's lead attorney says a citizen initiative cannot block the sale of Congress Square Plaza.
The nuclear sub was severely damaged by a fire set by a Maine shipyard worker in May 2012.
New York-based Toshiko Mori has a home in the midcoast and supervised the redesign of the interior of the Farnsworth Art Museum.
An appeals court finds that the baseball player's response to a question during testimony in 2003 was 'evasive' and 'misleading.'
Three friends of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev enter their pleas to varied charges, including obstruction of justice and hindering the investigation.
The inspectors have a mandate to determine whether chemical weapons were used – and if so, what kind.
The monkey, named Darwin, became famous last year when he was spotted walking around the parking lot wearing a tiny shearling coat.
A medical expert and family members of Benjamin Lee testify that he suffered from an altered mental state because of poorly managed diabetes.
Meanwhile, four people are dead and 218 unaccounted for as floodwaters turn Colorado mountain towns into swamps.
Road crews will install a special friction surface on the new exit designed to help vehicles grip the road and slow down more quickly.
Authorities say the fire that raged for eight hours destroyed four blocks of boardwalk, most of which had just been rebuilt after superstorm Sandy.
At least four people are dead and hundreds are being evacuated from remote mountain towns.
The school's principal says the annual game, in which girls take the field to play flag football while boys cheer from the sidelines, is sexist and divisive.
Arthur Wakeman was found soaking wet but alive Friday morning about 1.2 miles from his home by a searcher and her dog.
Lisa Webb says she 'whacked it in the head' to try to prevent her two dogs from going after the bear.
The attack underscores the perilous security situation as U.S.-led troops reduce their presence.
Like other countries, the United States has found that complying with the Chemical Weapons Convention that banned such weaponry isn't easy to do.
Kerry and his Russian counterpart haven't made substantial progress on the weapons issue, even as evidence mounts that Syria gassed its own people.
Virtually every major project under the National Nuclear Security Administration's oversight is behind schedule and over budget.
Authorities say Tammy Larlee, 41, had a relationship with a 15-year-old student this summer.
An effort to update decades-old maps showed the Mount McKinley, called Denali by locals, is 83 feet shorter than previously believed.
The judge says the attack 'shocked the collective conscience' of India.
Crews found the man after searching an area between Killington Peak and Deer Leap on Thursday night during a significant thunder and lightning storm.
The grants will help enhance systems that allow health care providers to electronically communicate with veterans who live in rural areas of the state.
They leave fires, outages and signs of tornado, with more than more than 1,000 lightning strikes per hour at one point.
Residents of Cemetery Road in Buxton would surely know Brian Flanders Sr.
Fish and Game biologists say wild turkeys in the Newington area may have been infected with a couple of viruses.
Police pulled over the car Benjamin Lee was driving after it had passed by the home where his wife lived.
The town's school board agrees to look for ways to undo cutbacks, including tapping into a windfall.
Outlook for Maine foliage season: Vibrant colors / Maine worker hurt in Biddeford awarded almost $500,000 / Chemical smell prompts evacuation at local college ... and more news from around the state.
Legislators press for fixes, and DHHS officials question how a phone-in problem was handled.
The decision to cut the physics major shocked students and prompted professors to vow a fight.
It's the latest incident to leave Coordinated Transportation Solutions, the provider of MaineCare rides, under siege.
Kerry and his Russian counterpart will discuss specifics on Friday.
I'm trying very hard to get my blood boiling about the proposed sale of Congress Square Plaza to a private developer. It's not working.
His work to improve the experience of sound won him Emmys, Oscars and a Grammy. The innovations also turned him into a rich man with an estimated fortune of $2.3 billion.
State officials are in Reykjavik to explore the needs of a new shipping link that offers great potential for the Pine Tree State.
Anyone who has spent a stormy night trying to calm – or ignore – a stressed-out dog can appreciate Kathleen Fobear's predicament . . .
Amanda Lindhout's ordeal in Somalia is only part of 'House in the Sky,' says her co-author, Sara Corbett.
It’s one ugly win in the rain, but New England is still 2-0 and in sole possession of first place in the East.