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BANGOR, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Well known local DJ and Maine Sports Hall of Fame member, Dana Wilson, pleaded no contest Thursday morning to charges of possessing child pornography.
BANGOR, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- The internet is a tool that is used in many ways, both good and bad. Unfortunately, child pornography is amongst the bad things about the internet.
PALMYRA, Maine (NEWS CENTER)-- This year there have been 32 vehicle fatalities and 16 of those deaths involved someone not wearing their seat belt. As Memorial weekend kicks off the summer months Maine officers are launching the 'Buckle Up--No Excuses' campaign. There is one goal in mind to educate people on the importance of wearing your seat belt.
(NEWS CENTER) -- We talk with our political analysts about the latest dustup at the State House between democrats and Governor LePage -- over, of all things, a television set.
Plus, the governor makes good on his promise to veto the bill that linked paying Maine's hospitals the $484,000,000 they're owed in Medicaid reimbursements with the democrats' plan to expand that program.
DEDHAM, Mass. (AP) - A man convicted of raping three women in Massachusetts has been sentenced to 36 to 40 years in prison more than three decades after he fled the state and began living a secret life in Maine.
This week's Ask Keith comes on the heels of Monday's devastating tornado in Oklahoma.
PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) The mayor of Portland sat down with immigrant business owners to learn more about their growing role in the city's economy.
AUGUSTA, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - Thursday democratic leadership told the governor to move a television his staff placed outside of his office at the state house, inside his office. Claiming he was being censored, LePage said he's moving his office out of the state house.
BRUNSWICK, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- The Coastal Humane Society in Brunswick has taken on more abandoned cats.
AUGUSTA, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - On a party line vote, democrats today gave final passage to paying the state's debt to Maine hospitals with expanding Medicaid to about 70,000 more people. The Governor almost immediately issued a public veto message.