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Gov. Baldacci's brother to run for Congress

Bangor City Councilor Joe Baldacci has filed papers to run for the Democratic nomination for Maine's second congressional district in November 2016.

Suspect in teen kidnapping accused of threatening prosecutor

The man accused of kidnapping a 14-year-old girl and raping her over the course of nine months has been indicted on new charges that he threatened the lead prosecutor in the case.

Trump lashes out at lawyer over breast pump

Donald Trump lashed out Wednesday at a female lawyer whom he had called "disgusting" several years ago for requesting a break to pump breast milk in the middle of a deposition, calling her a "vicious, horrible person."

GOP candidates face off in NH Monday

A good portion of the GOP’s Class of 2016 will take the stage during a forum in New Hampshire on Monday.

Wednesday storms cause damage in Androscoggin County

A severe storm has knocked down numerous trees in Androscoggin County Wednesday afternoon.

Navy SEALs to raise money for Camp Sunshine

A group of active-duty Navy SEALs will take part in the Summit to Sunshine Challenge on Thursday to raise money for Casco's Camp Sunshine.

Suspect in Old Port music studio killing appears in court

A second suspect arrested in connection with an Old Port music studio killing made his first court appearance on Wednesday.

Police deny extra patrols at Goodell home on Maine coast

Scarborough Police Chief Robert Moulton says his department was not asked to provide security for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's home on Prout's Neck.

Rep. Fattah indicted in racketeering scheme

Rep. Chaka Fattah was indicted Wednesday on racketeering charges tied to a host of campaign finance schemes, according to the Department of Justice.

Will Trump campaign's rape comments hurt GOP?

Donald Trump's nascent presidential campaign keeps running into the toxic R-word: rape.