CDC Director Nirav Shah says his agency is calling for all Maine hospitals to screen for the virus while the state is in contact with federal officials to help develop plans in case the virus spreads.
Senators are warned that if they agree to call Bolton to testify or try to access his book manuscript, the White House will block him, beginning a weekslong court battle over executive privilege and national security.
The lawsuit, which seeks class-action status, alleges that ‘deceptive and misleading’ CMP notices harmed customers.
The university asks Katie Hawes, who co-directs a program that works with public schools, to step back from some of her duties because of concerns about her handling of a racist incident when she was superintendent of RSU 21.
The justices, however, uphold the drunken-driving conviction of a truck driver who crashed and killed 2 people in 2016.
Maine's medical examiner testifies that the weapon investigators recovered at Bruce Akers' property could have made the wounds that killed his neighbor, Douglas Flint.
Part of a growing national network, the Natural Helpers will have people who immigrated years ago help more recent arrivals navigate their new community.
The top Democratic challenger to U.S. Sen. Susan Collins releases her latest fundraising numbers.
A bill before the Legislature could double the number of units built every year in Maine.
And look for a soft opening of the new steak-and-oyster restaurant in Brunswick this weekend.