Fatal Crash in Bangor

BANGOR - Police are investigating a fatal crash that happened early Wednesday morning. Bangor police say a pickup truck crossed into oncoming traffic and swiped a police cruiser before continuing down a wrong way road, crashing over an embankment at the intersection of Hancock and Washington Streets.

Voters Sue Maine Dept. of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife

PORTLAND - Mainers for Fair Bear Hunting filing a lawsuit against the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Tuesday morning, saying it's illegally using taxpayer money to oppose Question One on the ballot.

Watch: Waterfront Concert Sound Study Results

Bangor - Earlier this year the City of Bangor commissioned $20K to the acoustic consulting company Acentech to monitor the shows that the Waterfront Concert Series put on.  Starting in May three audio recorders were put in place at three separate locations and the results are in.

Dog Owner Hopes Authorities take Attack Seriously

CORINNA - Corinna Caron said she hopes video evidence of the three pit bulls that attacked her basset hound, named Elvis, prompts local authorities to take animal abuse seriously.

Groups Support Question Two

AUGUSTA - The Agricultural Council of Maine and Sportsman's Alliance came together today to voice their support of Question Two.

Rare lobster found

A rare find in the waters off Stonington.

A fisherman got a surprise Saturday when he pulled up a lobster that looks like it was already cooked.

You normally dont see an orange lobster until after it comes out of the pot.

Now the crew of the Jerricho lll out of Stonington hopes to turn the lobster into a little green.

They've put the lobster up for sale on Ebay asking for one hundred dollars.

The ad says it's one of the rarest of species and the orange color happens one in every 30 million lobsters.

Senate rejects Governor's nomination

The Maine Senate today considered scores of nominations for various positions.

One person who was rejected today was Governor Lepage's selection to the University of Maine System Board of Trustees.

The Maine Senate today voted against the appointment of Susan Dench--just days after the Education Committee also rejected the nomination.

Dench is a conservative activist and leads a national group that champions conservative causes.

Some have voiced concerns that her views on issues could have a negative impact on the system.

Governor Lepage issued a statement voicing his disappointment.

He said, “This decision was not made on Susan’s qualifications, but solely  upon
vitriolic partisan politics". “This 
appalling treatment of a Maine woman not only shows the 
closed-mindedness and viciousness of liberals in Augusta, but will also
have a chilling effect on our ability to attract quality people for 
public service.

 

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