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The nation’s largest cable company also pledges to treat all Internet content equally for new customers and expand a program offering Web access to poor families.
Mark your calendars, sky watchers: In one week, a total lunar eclipse will turn the moon an eerie shade of red.
Dan Reardon, who is also a staffer for Sen. King, admits to inappropriately passing a note between inmates.
Fire officials say the collapsing shelves created a cascading effect, burying people under piles of merchandise.
Police were looking for multiple people wearing black hooded sweatshirts who were in the area at the time.
The watch includes coastal Cumberland and York counties through 8 p.m.
Russia has refused to deal with Ukraine’s new government since protests in February ousted the pro-Russian president.
Last year, the number of trespassing deaths rose by 47, or 11 percent, to 476, and the number of deaths in accidents increased nearly 8 percent to 250.
The accident happened around 8 a.m. on Route 202.
Ocean Renewable Power adapts its tidal-power generators to fast-moving rivers and plans to gauge their potential in a remote Eskimo village.
The 25-year-old woman from Cornish is accused of driving 124 mph with her two young children in the car without child car seats.
In a case affecting those in need of cheaper drugs, the head of a state pharmacy group alleges the Canadian firm’s sales are illegal.
Police say Alexander Coffin died over the weekend from injuries received in the crash with a passenger vehicle on Friday.
One of the suspects allegedly told police that marijuana was mixed in cement mixers and then sprayed with synthetics.
Nicholas Cheese, 27, had established an Internet relationship with the 13-year-old girl before meeting her at a Bangor hotel to have sex.
The push for fracking has been under way for years, but it has taken on new urgency in recent weeks as fears grow of a revival of the Cold War.
Some clamored for a 1-year-old’s parents to be charged for the expensive mission.
The bar’s attorney says it will appeal the 5-4 vote to the state liquor board. Police asked for Sangillo's to be shut down.
Two youth groups have now formed in the state, and a local group hopes to build a facility in Portland.
In total, Spc. Ivan Lopez killed three and injured 16 in the eight-minute rampage last week.