BANGOR - Last week, more than a dozen homeless people living in a campsite on Bangor city property were asked to move. Today crews cleared the areas and officials offered help.

BANGOR - Husson University's Students for Climate Justice club hosted a sustainability craft fair Wednesday evening.

AUGUSTA - Registering to vote may become a lot easier. Maine lawmakers are considering a proposal to implement automatic voter registration.

Thursday, 25 April 2019 13:52

Lobstermen accused of tampering with gear

AUGUSTA - Four Maine lobstermen are facing numerous charges -- including tampering with lobster gear.

Thursday, 25 April 2019 13:13

Former lawmaker sentenced for stealing

BANGOR - A former state legislator from Frankfort will spend the next 10 years in the Maine State Prison after being found guilty last year of stealing nearly $3 million from a Belfast widow's estate.

ABBOT - At one time, Atlantic salmon fishing on the Penobscot River attracted fly fishing enthusiasts from all over the world.

Thursday, 25 April 2019 06:40

Early morning fire destroys Bangor home

BANGOR - A mobile home was severely damaged by an early morning fire Thursday morning.

STATEWIDE- Inspiration can come from many places and for women in leadership roles, it's often from those who pushed them to be their best.

BANGOR - An Oakland man has accepted responsibility for his role in a 12-year-old robbery.

STATEWIDE- More women than ever hold leadership roles across all fields, but have we broken the glass ceiling?

ORRINGTON- Residents rejected a proposal for a new $3.5 million public safety building in December.

AUGUSTA - A bill in the Maine State House could impact your shopping trips if it becomes law.

BANGOR - A federal judge in Maine is deciding whether a new rule regarding abortion is constitutional.

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