Thursday, 22 June 2017 09:52

Deer Isle woman dies in Sedgewick crash

SEDGEWICK - A Deer Isle woman is dead following a crash Wednesday night in Sedgewick.

NATIONWIDE (ABC NEWS) - It's no secret breastfeeding is great for babies. Now, new evidence on the benefits it has for moms and exactly how it helps may surprise you.

PORTLAND (WGME) - A criminal profiler claims the brutal murder of Jessica Briggs, 16, back in 1989 may be connected to a serial killer who preyed on women throughout New England in the 1970s and 80's.

AUGUSTA (WGME) - A new law that is effective July 1st will change the way opioids are prescribed.

AUGUSTA - Maine lawmakers cast their vote Wednesday to extend the legislative session in order to continue working toward a budget deal.

LINCOLN - Authorities have identified a man who was killed Wednesday night during an explosion in Lincoln.

AUGUSTA - A new bill that aims to reduce the wage gap between women and men in Maine is awaiting a decision by Governor LePage.

Wednesday, 21 June 2017 17:09

The true meaning of yield

BANGOR - While driving on the highway, two things could happen that leave you panicking about the next merging road. You might get smacked by a tractor trailer entering onto the highway that neglected to yield or slamming on your breaks to avoid get hit by the Mack truck. With millions of visitors expected to visit Maine this summer, there will be more drivers on the road.

But what does the yield sign even mean?

AUGUSTA - “What happened was, for18 days, they were going to see who blinks.”

HAMPDEN - The Hampden Historical Society announced the public launch of their capital campaign "Our History Lives Here!" with a goal to raise $500,000 to renovate and restore the Martin Kinsley House.

OLD TOWN - A charity kickball event being held in old town this weekend will help children and young adults with developmental challenges.

Wednesday, 21 June 2017 15:32

Pittsfield boil water order for Monday

PITTSFIELD - The Town of Pittsfield will be doing a project that requires shutting off the water to several streets on Monday. Residents will have to boil their water before they consume it.

BOSTON — The Coast Guard is searching for a man calling mayday who possibly fell out of his kayak Wednesday morning off the coast of Maine.

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