In a quirky Thanksgiving incident in Maine, a mischievous fawn broke into a store, leaving a trail of chaos in its wake.
President Biden is in Lewiston, Maine as the town still reels from the state's deadliest mass shooting in history. FOX's Rebekah Castor reports on the shooting renewing the conversation about gun control.
The president has already visited other communities scarred by mass shootings. He's been to Buffalo, New York; Uvalde, Texas; and Monterey Park, California, just in roughly the past year.
A manhunt in Maine is over after authorities found the body of mass shooting suspect Robert Card Friday night. The community of Lewiston is still reeling from the shooting which claimed the life of at least 18. FOX's CB Cotton has more.
Two local law enforcement chiefs said a statewide alert was sent in mid-September to be on the lookout for the Maine mass shooting suspect. But after authorities couldn't find him, they moved on.
"Why the bowling alley? Why us? Why good people? And that’s what we don’t know."
The search for the Maine mass shooter is over after authorities say Robert Card was found dead.
Maine’s governor says the suspect wanted for killing 18 people at a bowling alley and bar has been found dead in Lisbon, Maine.
The victims include 76-year-old Robert Violette, a retiree who was coaching a youth bowling league, and Joe Walker, a manager at the bar and grille who died going after the shooter with a butcher knife.
The man accused of killing 18 people in Maine and injuring 13 others remains on the run. FOX's Rebekah Castor is in Lewiston, Maine to report on how far the manhunt has expanded.
Authorities said Robert Card should be considered "armed and dangerous." Here's what's known about the suspect in the Lewiston, Maine, shooting rampage.
Authorities have left the Maine home they surrounded that's connected to a relative to the suspect in the Maine mass shooting after executing a search warrant. Shock and grief settled in after a mass shooting in a small town in Maine left over a dozen dead. FOX News Correspondent Rebekah Castor has more from Lewiston.
Robert C. Card, the person of interest in two mass shootings in Lewiston, Maine, has not yet been captured, authorities said Thursday morning.
Police in Maine are scrambling to find the suspected shooter who opened fire in a small city on Wednesday night, killing 18 and wounding dozens. FOX's Rebekah Castor is in Lewiston Maine learning more about the events leading up the series of mass shootings.
Robert R. Card, 40, is believed to be in the Army Reserve stationed out of Saco, Maine, according to an internal Maine Information and Analysis Center bulletin obtained by FOX News.
Maine State Police are ordering residents in it's second largest city to shelter in place because of an active shooter. FOX News is reporting at least 22 people are dead.
Despite efforts by first responders to revive her, the toddler was pronounced dead after being transported to a local hospital.
Six hikers were rescued from the summit of Maine's Katahdin Mountain after a 21-hour ordeal. The rescue operation began when a group of first responders embarked on a hiking trip on a Saturday night.
The 86-year-old man was caught by facial recognition that matched the same face to two different identities, authorities said.
The woman was bitten when she stepped in between her dog and the black bear, which had been chasing her pet – and punched the bear in the nose.