- Trial of Maine fugitive, murder suspect pushed back Updated: May-31-16 10:12 am
PORTLAND, Maine - The trial of a Portland man charged with killing a man and fleeing to Minnesota has been pushed back.
- Possible suspect in custody following shooting in Portland Updated: May-31-16 6:56 am
PORTLAND, Maine - Police say they have a possible suspect in custody after a man was shot following an altercation in Portland's West End section.
- Curry and record-setting Warriors headed back to NBA Finals Updated: May-31-16 1:00 am
OAKLAND, California - Stephen Curry knocked down yet another 3-pointer in the waning moments, pulled his jersey up into his mouth and yelled to the rafters in triumph once more.
- Portland Head Lights under wraps during maintenance Updated: May-30-16 10:16 am
CAPE ELIZABETH, Maine - A lighthouse billed as the most photographed in the country is under wraps.
- Portland setting up art vendor space for cruise season Updated: May-28-16 9:46 am
PORTLAND, Maine - Portland officials are setting up a designated space for art vendors to sell wares on days when cruise ships visit the city.
- 9 teams competing in Atlantic Cup race Updated: May-28-16 12:01 am
CHARLESTON, South Carolina - A yacht race of more than 1,000 miles is starting this weekend in Charleston.
- Porcupine sculpture stolen from Maine airport is replaced Updated: May-27-16 7:36 pm
PORTLAND, Maine - A prickly steel-and-nails sculpture of a mama porcupine and its baby has replaced a statue that was stolen from an airport in Maine.
- Crews set for Atlantic Cup on eastern seaboard Updated: May-27-16 5:59 pm
CHARLESTON, South Carolina - Nine crews are ready to start the Atlantic Cup, which at 1,048 nautical miles is the longest offshore race in the Western Atlantic.
- Massive increase in container shipments at Port of Portland Updated: May-27-16 7:54 am
PORTLAND, Maine - Officials say container shipments have increased by more than 1,300 percent since 2011 at the Port of Portland, which lost a lot of container business following the Great Recession.
- Senators want vets committee to sign off on medical leases Updated: May-26-16 12:14 pm
PORTLAND, Maine - Maine's two U.S. senators are among a group of legislators who want the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs to authorize leases for medical facilities in 12 states.
- Nova Scotia ferry expected to start service this summer Updated: May-26-16 10:16 am
PORTLAND, Maine - A ferry service that will take passengers from Portland to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, is expected to begin this summer.
- Board approves next Portland Public Schools head Updated: May-25-16 6:53 am
PORTLAND, Maine - Portland Public Schools have a new superintendent.
- Parents receive strange letter about son missing since 1977 Updated: May-24-16 4:46 pm
PORTLAND, Maine - A couple whose teenage son disappeared nearly 40 years ago from Maine has received a mysterious letter about him, rekindling police interest in the case.
- Hazmat crews respond to ammonia leak in Portland Updated: May-24-16 3:34 pm
PORTLAND, Maine - Hazardous material crews spent the morning cleaning up an ammonia leak in Portland.
- Maine governor sticks to debunked student overdose story Updated: May-24-16 2:41 pm
PORTLAND, Maine - Maine Gov. Paul LePage is sticking to a debunked story about drug overdoses at Deering High School, a day after Portland's police chief denied a student ever received three Narcan shots in one week.
- Murder conviction in Maine bee farm shooting is upheld Updated: May-24-16 12:56 pm
PORTLAND, Maine - The state supreme court has upheld the conviction of a Maine man in the fatal shooting of a fellow lobsterman at a bee farm.
- Police investigate head-on highway crash in South Portland Updated: May-24-16 9:52 am
SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine - State police are investigating a traffic crash that left a Portland man in critical condition after a vehicle went airborne and collided with his car head-on.
- AHL signs off on Portland Pirates sale to Springfield group Updated: May-24-16 12:34 am
PORTLAND, Maine - A minor hockey league's governing body has approved the sale of the Portland Pirates to a group of Springfield, Massachusetts, investors.
- Judge: Noise ordinance can't be used vs. abortion protests Updated: May-23-16 6:32 pm
PORTLAND, Maine - Law enforcement authorities cannot use a noise provision in the Maine Civil Rights Act to restrict anti-abortion protesters outside a clinic in Portland, a federal judge ruled Monday.
- Maine Ethics Commission considers charge against state rep Updated: May-23-16 1:23 pm
PORTLAND, Maine - The Maine Ethics Commission is considering a complaint from a Portland man that a state representative and senate candidate sent a mailer to voters without disclosing financing.
- Atkinson man injured by fire that destroys house, camper Updated: May-23-16 12:12 pm
ATKINSON, Maine - Police say an Atkinson man suffered severe burns when his house caught fire.
- Maine man hit by moped dies from injuries Updated: May-23-16 12:12 pm
PORTLAND, Maine - A Portland man who was struck by a moped last week has died from his injuries.
- At 80, shipyard skipper to step back after Zumwalt trials Updated: May-22-16 12:55 pm
BATH, Maine - Captain Earl Walker wasn't about to retire before seeing the Navy's futuristic Zumwalt destroyer safely down the Kennebec River to the Atlantic Ocean.
- Some skeptical as backers of asylum seeker welfare prep suit Updated: May-20-16 12:24 pm
PORTLAND, Maine - As defenders of welfare for asylum seekers in Maine get ready for a legal challenge against new rules, advocacy groups are divided about whether the effort can succeed.
- Video captures Portland workers mixing trash, recyclables Updated: May-20-16 7:05 am
PORTLAND, Maine - Portland officials are investigating two city employees who were caught on camera throwing trash and recyclables into the same truck while making pickups downtown.