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Defending champ Harvick grabs 1st win of season at Las Vegas
Oakland, Maine
The children of comedian James McNair, who was killed in the New Jersey Turnpike crash that injured Tracy Morgan, are getting a $10 million settlement from Wal-Mart, court papers show.
April 03 2015
AP Sources: Eagles add Gore, Maxwell, Sanchez, lose Maclin
Oakland, Maine
The children of comedian James McNair, who was killed in the New Jersey Turnpike crash that injured Tracy Morgan, are getting a $10 million settlement from Wal-Mart, court papers show.
April 03 2015
Maine twins' assault suspect held on $50,000 bail
AUGUSTA, Maine — An Oakland man charged with seriously injuring his girlfriend's 2-year-old twin girls has been ordered held on $50,000 bail. David Devine did not enter a plea at his first appearance Tuesday in Kennebec County Superior Court on two counts of aggravated assault.
June 15 2014
Augusta council to vote on hospitality house
Oakland, maine
A Ronald McDonald House-type home near the new hospital requires a zoning change by city council.
February 24 2014
Mobile Telemedicine Station Shows Its Unequaled Versatility
Oakland, maine
A military veteran checks in with his primary care physician in Glenwood Springs, Colo.; a child is seen by a specialist at Oakland Children’s Hospital; and an elderly patient who is having increasing difficulty understanding normal conversation has his hearing checked in Togus, Maine.
February 24 2014
Maine veterans find creative outlet at Togus hospital
Oakland, maine
Ex-service members reflect on war and life at exhibition, part of a national arts contest run by the government and the Maine American Legion Auxiliary.
February 24 2014
UCLA beats Oakland by 31
Oakland, Michigan
Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin will be at the Woodland Mall ... Opening statements begin today in the murder trial of Tamaine Foster. ...
November 14 2013
NCAA Game Summary - Oakland at UCLA
Oakland, Michigan
Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin will be at the Woodland Mall ... Opening statements begin today in the murder trial of Tamaine Foster. ...
November 14 2013
Winslow crash victim in critical condition
An Oakland woman is in critical condition at a Lewiston hospital following a head-on collision Wednesday on Route 137.
August 18 2013
BSO focus on person of interest in deputy's killing
Pompano Beach, Florida
OAKLAND PARK, Fla. (WSVN) -- The Broward Sheriff's Office is releasing new details in the murder of a South Florida deputy that had remained unsolved for nearly six years.
July 24 2013
Murdered man was brother of man killed by gangs in 2009
Exclusive: The man who was shot and killed on Derby Street Wednesday night was the older brother of a man murdered by North Oakland gang members in 2009 – and had been the intended target of that shooting. Jermaine “Thurgood” Davis was killed around 6:52 p.m. in the 1800 block of Derby Street, according to Todd Walker, a friend of the Davis family. Berkeley police have not yet released the ...
July 21 2013
Convicted murderer attacked, killed at Maine State Prison
Oakland, Maine
Alan D. Powell Jr. died after being attacked by another inmate in the exercise area of the prison, officials say.
July 18 2013
Zimmerman verdict under scrutiny from US attorney general, protesters
Oakland, Florida
ORLANDO: Attorney General Eric Holder renewed hints the federal government may pick up where Florida authorities failed in their prosecution of George Zimmerman, as demonstrators continued to protest his acquittal in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. Zimmerman, 29, remained in hiding yesterday after a jury of six anonymous women on Saturday found him not guilty of second-degree murder and ...
July 16 2013
Mother's Alzheimer's needs prompt Oakland siblings to start care facility
Belgrade, maine
Rather than place their mother, who suffers from Alzheimer's disease, into an institution, two Oakland siblings have made helping family into the family business.
April 24 2013
Oakland man sues MaineGeneral, Manchester for burns suffered in explosion
An Oakland man who suffered serious burns last spring when the fuel tank he was cutting exploded in his face is suing the hospital that owned the Manchester property and the town.
January 12 2013
Burned Oakland man sues town, hospital
Edward T. Bishop files suit against Manchester and the MaineGeneral Medical Center.
January 12 2013
Oakland man sues in wake of explosion
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — A Maine man who suffered severe burns when the fuel tank he was cutting with a gas-powered saw on MaineGeneral Medical Center property in Manchester exploded has sued the hospital and the town.
January 12 2013
Police: Maine man threatened, then killed tenants
Oakland, Maine
A 74-year-old Maine man killed two teenage tenants inside their apartment after arguing with them about late rent, snow shoveling and parking, according to a police affidavit released Monday.
January 09 2013
2012 a year of violence, justice and renewal
Oakland, California
In 2012, central Maine saw violent deaths, numerous pharmacy robberies, a natural gas war, progress on construction of a new $312 million regional hospital and $55 million courthouse, and the flight from Maine of a former prosecutor free on bail while his child pornography convictions were appealed.
December 31 2012
Maine carolers sing for missing toddler
Oakland, maine
They walk the Waterville street where Ayla Reynolds was last seen to show they care, one singer says.
December 23 2012
Therese Cote
Oakland, maine
WOONSOCKET- Therese "Terry" (Levasseur) Cote, 84 died Monday, December 10, 2012 at Oakland Grove Health Care Center, Woonsocket. She was the wife of Gerald A. Cote, also residing at Oakland Grove Health Care Center.
December 23 2012
NFL player dead in murder-suicide
Oakland, Maine
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It began like any other Saturday for the Kansas City Chiefs during the NFL season, their general manager and coach at work early to put final touches on this weekend’s gameplan. Then they got a call to hurry to the parking lot.
December 19 2012
Winslow man charged with murder after China man shot dead outside Waterville bar
Oakland, Maine
Posted Dec. 05, 2012, at 7:18 a.m. Last modified Dec. 05, 2012, at 6:29 p.m. WATERVILLE, Maine — A Winslow man has been charged with murder in connection with the death of a man who was shot outside a Waterville bar Tuesday night, authorities said.
December 19 2012
'Horrific crash' kills Oakland man early Saturday
WATERVILLE — An Oakland man was killed early Saturday morning when the brand-new sports car he was driving at high speeds hit a telephone pole with such force that the engine block was torn out of the vehicle.
November 30 2012
Waterville mayor among event speakers opposed to insurance deregulation
Oakland, maine
WATERVILLE -- Mayor Karen Heck on Wednesday spoke against a state law passed last year that deregulated health insurance costs, saying that the law caused health care premiums for small businesses to spike.
October 27 2012
Oakland goes to court for embattled pot dispensary
Oakland, Maine
Police have been investigating separate accidents in which three pedestrians were killed in southwestern Pennsylvania. More >>
October 25 2012
Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson improving, but no release date set
He won't be walking in any Labor Day parades or attending the Republican National Convention later this month, but Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson is improving from serious injuries sustained in a car crash Friday. Patterson, 73, remained at McLaren-Oakland Hospital in Pontiac on Monday, listed in stable condition with no date set for discharge.
August 20 2012
Pitt slightly increases tuition - PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW
Oakland, Maine
Students at the school’s main campus in Oakland will have a 3 percent tuition ... resigned from the board … Armored car guard’s murder trial set for January By Tribune-Review The trial for Ken Konias Jr., the Dravosburg man accused of ...
July 21 2012
Prominent Mainers release statements on ACA ruling
Oakland, maine
(NEWS CENTER) -- We have compiled statements made by several prominent Mainers regarding the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling.
July 15 2012
LePage addresses 'Gestapo' remark, reiterates frustration with goverment
Oakland, maine
AUGUSTA -- Gov. Paul LePage exercised his own editorial judgement when he described the IRS as the "new Gestapo" during his recent radio address. However, the governor acknowledged Monday that his reference to the Nazi secret police force "clouded" his message about the federal health care law.
July 15 2012
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