Friday, 18 August 2017 15:59

Escaped inmate captured

WARREN-An escaped inmate is back in custody after being on the run for only a few hours.

Friday, 18 August 2017 13:28

Woman seriously injured in Amherst crash

AMHERST- A woman was seriously injured this morning following a terrible crash in Amherst. 

Emergency crews were called to Smith Road late this morning after the woman went off the roadway and into some trees. 

Police say the vehicle was so badly damaged the 68 year old woman was trapped inside and had to be pried free. 

She was airlifted to Bangor for treatment. 

Police believe she was driving too fast and lost control. 

WASHINGTON D.C.-Steve Bannon has resigned from his role as White House chief strategist, ABC News has learned.

OLD TOWN - It's that time of the year again. Students are getting ready for school, but it's how they'll get there that's leaving many districts concerned.

AUGUSTA- In today's political climate, there is a lot of turmoil and frustration.

Some people worry this is a low point for America.

PITTSFIELD - Cianbro unveiled the new headquarters for its educational institute, helping to create skilled construction workers during a time when the industry is struggling.

Thursday, 17 August 2017 15:44

Penquis reaches backpack collection goal

BANGOR - The people of Maine have come through once again. They made sure less fortunate students have backpacks and other supplies they need to kick off the school year.

AUGUSTA - After remaining mostly silent since the weekend violence in Virginia, Governor LePage spoke out Thursday.

Thursday, 17 August 2017 13:46

Ellsworth Library celebrating 200 years

ELLSWORTH - The building that houses the Ellsworth Public Library is celebrating 200 years, but it wasn't always a place for reading.

AUGUSTA - The Maine State Legislature is in recess right now. But some legislators continue to search for ways to stem the tide of the state's opioid epidemic.

BANGOR - Everyone been hearing a lot about Maine's growing drug epidemic.

BANGOR - "Doctors Without Borders" is a world-renowned organization that sends medical professionals around the world to treat less-fortunate communities that might not otherwise get the care they need.

AUGUSTA - Mainers will have to wait a little longer than expected to buy and sell retail marijuana.

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