Associated Press stories and articles.
Question About Moose Hunt’s Size Remains at Permit Deadline
The state's biologists are recommending increasing the number of permits by more than 10%.
Maine Senate Oks End To Non-Medical Opt-Outs For Vaccines
The governor's administration has backed the bill to ending non-medical vaccine opt-outs by 2021.
Maine Bill Would Increase Minimum Teacher Salary To $40,000
The bill also calls for more mentoring for teachers and says a teacher's salary can't stay at the minimum for over two years.
Report: Maine Restraining Too Many Schoolchildren
U.S. Department of Education said physically restraining students with disabilities and putting them in seclusion rooms are ineffective.
Two UMaine, Machias Students Killed In Motorcycle Crash
Police say the 19-year-old UMaine students both died at the scene of the crash Sunday.
Presque Isle Man’s Trial For Manslaughter Gets Underway
Jury selection begins Monday in the trial of a 22-year-old Houlton man on manslaughter and aggravated assault charges.
Fatal Crash After Vehicle Goes Wrong Way on I-95
The head on crash happened around 9:30 pm between the Western Ave and Civic Center Drive exits in Augusta.
Maine Man Sentenced To 3 Years For Fatal Crash
The Assistant District Attorney said the man's blood-alcohol level of 0.16 percent was twice the legal limit.
Fox Killed After Attacking Maine Woman
A neighbor managed to pin the fox to the floor while his son killed it with a shovel.
Elementary School Principal Charged With Drunk Driving
The officer became suspicious that she'd been drinking and performed a field sobriety test.