Deadly fire

The State Fire Marshal's office is trying to find the cause of a deadly fire in Limington. They say it was around 5:30 am when a passerby spotted the fire. Fire crews suspected someone was trapped inside and tried to reach the person, but their effort was futile. The body of 52 year old Ingeborg Young was found near the front door. Officials suspect she was trying to escape, but was overcome by smoke inhalation. There were no working smoke detectors in the home. Officials say the batteries had been removed. Fire Marshal's say the fire started in the first floor living room, but at last report they were still looking for the cause.  

Open Trail Night in Hampden

HAMPDEN - Cross country skivers, snowshoers and fans of the outdoors turned out Sunday afternoon for an open trail night in Hampden.
Karina Bolster has more on a community project that is helping put Hampden on the map for outdoor activities.

Adjust Your Clocks - Check Your Batteries

OLD TOWN - Fire detectors will usually chirp when its time to change the batteries, but fire departments recommend to check them when adjusting your clocks.

Drug Agents Raid Waterville Motel

WATERVILLE - Six people  are in cuffs Friday in conjunction with a meth lab operation stationed out of a Waterville motel room.

School Raises Money for Classmate

GLENBURN - It's been a long road for Ellie Labree and her family. Back in October, they noticed something wasn't right.

Samuel Moore Makes Court Appearance

BANGOR - New details are being released in the death of a Bangor 5-month-old with his accused killer making his first court appearance.

Get the App on the Google Play Store

What's On Tonight

Fox Bangor

8:00 PM

UFC Fight Night: Machida vs. Rockhold: From Newark, N.J.

10:00 PM

Fox 22 News at 10

11:00 PM

Animation Domination High-Def


8:00 PM

20/20 Saturday

9:00 PM

20/20 Saturday

10:00 PM


11:00 PM

Paid Programming

11:30 PM


Latest Tweets