Associated Press stories and articles.
Maine Police Seize 5 Tractor-Trailers over Unpaid Tolls
The truck company is facing felony theft-of-service charges over toll debt accrued over the past three years.
2 Children in Maine Sent to the Hospital after Ingesting Pot
The Sun Journal reports police were still investigating and they had referred the case to the state Department of Health and Human Services.
Sharon Carrillo Confesses to Beating Daughter Multiple Times
Sharon Carrillo contends both she and her daughter were victims of abuse at the hands of Julio Carrillo, who she blames for the death.
Maine to Issue Applications for First Marijuana Stores
Maine is also taking applications from businesses that want to manufacture or cultivate marijuana for adult use.
Officials Report Maine’s 1st Flu-Related Death of Season
The majority of flu cases pick up between December and February.
Company Executive Charged for Cannon Shot that Hurt Referee
The 72-year-old Vigue, a Maine Maritime alumnus, is accused of firing the cannon, which is a tradition when the team scores a touchdown.
Maine DOT Stops Using Surface Fog Sealant on Roads
Officials say surface fog sealant is a diluted asphalt that's used to fill cracks and extend the life of pavement.
Trial Underway for Sharon Carrillo
Marissa’s stepfather, Julio Carrillo, was sentenced to 55 years in prison after pleading guilty to murder in the same case.
Patriots Lose to Texans 28-22
Texans coach and former Patriots assistant Bill O'Brien got his first win in six tries against New England coach Bill Belichick.
Final Days of Deer Hunt for Maine Archers & Muzzleloaders
Maine issued fewer deer permits this year, but still expected thousands of hunters to participate in it.