State authorities have seized 28 sick and malnourished animals from a Sidney farm owned by a man who has been cited in the past for animal-related offenses.
A father and son from Maine have been arrested in separate drug raids.
A Maine man has filed a federal lawsuit claiming that a cracker company failed to pay for his dental bill after he broke his tooth eating one of their cracker
A Standish man has been taken to the hospital with life threatening injuries after he was struck by a pickup truck while out walking.
A Saco man has been sentenced to three years in prison for accidently striking an elderly woman with his truck last year and driving off.
Police say a Maine woman who was killed in a motorcycle crash last week in Westbrook was not wearing a helmet.
Lawyers are set to make their arguments to the state supreme court in a dispute between Gov. Paul LePage and the Maine Legislature over the fate of 65 bills.
Maine Sen. Angus King will visit Portland City Hall to announce legislation he's proposing to ease work restrictions on immigrants seeking asylu
President Obama has tapped a former Maine congressman for an administration post to help veterans seeking training and jobs.
Former President George H.W. Bush is showing he has a sense of humor about a spill that fractured a bone in his neck.
Maine's Democratic House Speaker has sued Republican Gov. Paul LePage after the governor threatened to withhold funds from a school for at-risk youth to get him removed from the top job there.
The Ogunquit Playhouse says actress Valerie Harper has been hospitalized after falling ill before a performance.
Police say a Maine state trooper was injured in a dramatic crash in which his cruiser was rear-ended by a tractor trailer on Interstate 295 in Richmond.
Bangor City Councilor Joe Baldacci, the brother of former Gov. John Baldacci, has filed papers to run for the Democratic nomination for the U.S. House of Representatives in Maine's 2nd District.
All three defendants in a fatal haunted hayride crash in Maine have pleaded not guilty in their first court appearance.
A newspaper reports that Maine Gov. Paul LePage's staff was engaged with lawmakers in behind-the-scenes budget negotiations even as the governor railed against lawmakers and said he had ``no clue'' what they were going to adopt.
Interstate regulators are starting to consider possible new rules for a growing crab fishery in New England that has been increasing in value.