Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Police say Nichole Cable, 15, was killed by a 20-year-old Orono man, whom she may have dated at some point.
Suspect in Glenburn girl's slaying makes initial court appearance
Murder suspect 'so normal,' but had past arrests
The resolve removes a requirement that the state Transportation Department conduct a feasibility study on the $2 billion project.
Lois Lerner, who heads the office that decides whether groups qualify for tax exemptions, invoked her Fifth Amendment right against incriminating herself on Wednesday.
Official: Treasury played no role in IRS targeting
Unofficial vote totals indicated that Regional School District 18’s proposed school budget of $32,281,753 passed handily at polls in the district’s five towns Tuesday.
Waterville city councilors voted 5-1 on Tuesday to approve a proposed $20.3 million school budget for 2013-14, sending the budget to voters for final approval June 11.
Gary Bird says he's '98 percent sure' there are no more survivors or bodies to recover under the rubble. The twister killed 24 people.
SLIDE SHOW: Death, destruction in Oklahoma
In tornado's wake, worried parents seek out kids
VIDEO: Tearful reunions at elementary school
Power of Oklahoma tornado dwarfs Hiroshima bomb
VIDEO: 'Can't describe' emotions during twister, teacher says
Maine Gov. Paul LePage said Mainers need to focus their generosity in places that can provide the most help by donating money to volunteer agencies.
WASHINGTON - Photos of American military personnel burying Osama bin Laden will remain classified, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday.
Daniel Paille scored the tiebreaking goal with 3:31 left in the third period — after defenseman Johnny Boychuk got the Bruins even earlier in the frame — and Boston put the Rangers ...
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The state funds will go toward replacing Hall Elementary and fixing Longfellow Elementary, says Portland's finance director.
The deadly storms, which form about once a year, have more energy than an atomic bomb.