LEWISTON - A Maine woman says she feels discriminated against by a Lewiston restaurant. She says it happened while she was breast feeding at Ramada's Fusion restaurant over the weekend.

Tuesday, 07 April 2015 13:53

Jails Full? Here's One Way To Remedy It

KENNEBEC COUNTY - The Kennebec County Sheriff is asking local police departments to stop making arrests for minor nonviolent offenses.

Tuesday, 07 April 2015 13:43

Human Trafficking Bill Submitted

AUGUSTA - State lawmakers will consider a bill aiming to strengthen the state's laws against human trafficking.

AUGUSTA - After November's ballot question about banning the use of bait, dogs, and traps to hunt the state's bears - lawmakers are considering ways to block similar efforts in the future. Some lawmakers hope to change the constitution to make it illegal for the public to alter laws about wildlife management.

Tuesday, 07 April 2015 13:17

Spring Is Here, Outdoor Events Still A Go

BANGOR - Today's weather certainly didn't make it seem that way, but it is spring... And in Bangor a few of the season's big outdoor moments are coming right up.

Tuesday, 07 April 2015 13:09

Easport Breakwater on The Mend

EASTPORT - Reconstruction of the Eastport breakwater is underway.

Tuesday, 07 April 2015 13:04

Car vs Moose in Houlton

HOULTON - A young woman from greenville escaped serious injury after her car collided with a moose.

Tuesday, 07 April 2015 12:57

Bath Salts Arrest In Aroostook County

MARS HILL - The drug, bath salts isn't making as many headlines in recent months, but drug agents say it's still a big problem in Maine.

AUGUSTA - A bill has been proposed that would require short-term lodging to be licensed by the state.

AUGUSTA - The disease is extremely rare - and there's only one known case in Maine. It's a rare genetic disorder, and those with it aren't expected to live for more than two years.

Tuesday, 07 April 2015 10:17

9 Common Medical Myths

BANGOR - Taking fish oil is good for your heart and consuming honey is helpful in treating allergies.

AUGUSTA - Governor Paul LePage is no stranger to welfare reform. Now, he's introducing a bill that should look familiar to lawmakers.

AUGUSTA - Parents could soon be notified of any complaint against a daycare facility.

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