- Maine AG: stores in state stay closed on Thanksgiving Updated: Nov-26-15 8:09 am
AUGUSTA, Maine - Maine Attorney General Janet Mills is reminding state residents that the Pine Tree State does not allow large stores to be open on holidays such as Thanksgiving.
- AG: officer who fatally shot woman acted in self-defense Updated: Nov-25-15 4:01 am
AUGUSTA, Maine - The Maine attorney general says a York police detective who fatally shot a Cape Neddick woman last year did so in self-defense.
- Correction: Syrian Refugees-Maine story Updated: Nov-22-15 5:00 pm
PORTLAND, Maine - In a story Nov. 21 about a resettlement program for Syrian refugees in the U.S., The Associated Press erroneously reported the position of state Rep. Sara Gideon. Gideon is the Maine House assistant majority leader, not the majority leader.
- Maine lawmaker see slow progress on cold case squad Updated: Nov-08-15 8:51 am
AUGUSTA, Maine - Maine Attorney General Janet Mills is using grant funding to create an additional victim advocate to serve as a liaison between homicide victims and state police.
- Governor: I'll call in National Guard to fight heroin abuse Updated: Nov-06-15 5:02 pm
PORTLAND, Maine - Maine's governor is threatening to call up the National Guard to fight an epidemic of heroin and other drugs if lawmakers don't hire more agents.
- Maine, NH, Vermont join legal battle on behalf of EPA Updated: Nov-05-15 4:02 am
AUGUSTA, Maine - Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont are joining a coalition of 25 states, cities and counties in defending the Environmental Protection Agency's "Clean Power Plan" against a legal challenge.
- The Latest: Maine voters bolster clean election law Updated: Nov-03-15 11:42 pm
PORTLAND, Maine - The latest on the Maine election. (All times local.)
- Maine GOP learns it can collect signatures on Election Day Updated: Nov-02-15 4:05 pm
PORTLAND, Maine - The Maine Republican Party received approval Monday to circulate petitions for the governor's proposal to slash the income tax and to reform welfare, setting off a scramble to get the petitions copied and distributed so signature-gatherers can tackle an ambitious goal of collecting more than 61,000 signatures within three months.
- Smart meter debate back before Maine supreme court Updated: Oct-31-15 9:19 am
PORTLAND, Maine - The Maine supreme court is hearing arguments for a second time over the safety of so-called smart meters installed by Central Maine Power.