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State police say it appears the two had taken heroin.
The Democrat still trails incumbent Republican Sen. Susan Collins in the money race by a large margin.
After a week on the road, Portland opens its home schedule tonight at Hadlock Field.
A decision is not expected for months from the same three-judge panel that will hear Oklahoma’s appeal.
The body of the 78-year-old woman was found by her grandson.
Three fans have attended the tournament together for years.
By attacking Pistorius’ credibility on three other gun charges, the prosecution is pushing the argument that he also is lying about killing his girlfriend by mistake.
The Winthrop fire chief says the fire likely started around a chimney located between the home and an attached garage.
The Centers for Medicare and Meidcaid Services has released data on the amounts that medical service providers received in Medicare payments in 2012. The amounts reflect payments, not profits. In some cases, a single doctor’s billing number may be used by several support staff for billing purposes.
More Mainers have access to high-speed Internet service, but wide geographical disparities remain.
The tattoo that graces the back of ‘Veep’ star Julia Louis-Dreyfus has a historical boo-boo.
Meanwhile, a new hotline enables law enforcement to directly report EBT card fraud to the state DHHS.
Buses may be available at some stations.
While knife attacks at schools are not unusual, they’re most often limited to a single victim, says an official with the National Association of School Resource Officers.
The bill received bipartisan support but not enough to override LePage, who says Maine cannot afford it and federal promises can't be trusted.
After fighting wider access to naloxone, LePage says he would allow it for certain family members, but some ask why not police and EMTs.
Fewer American sought jobless benefits than at any point since May 2007.
A survey says 20 percent of Maine households with access to broadband do not opt to subscribe to it.
And payments statewide totaled $300 million that year, according to data made public for the first time – but much of it goes to costs, not profits.
If confirmed, this would be the fifth underwater signal detected in the hunt for Flight 370.