After a four-month investigation, police arrested a 67-year-old man from Clinton on Monday morning for sexually assaulting a child in his home.
DEVELOPING STORY // State police are investigating the death of two people whose bodies were found in a car today.
An early morning fire took the life of two people in Fairfield, authorities said.
For the most part, Peter Lanza has kept to himself since his son shot and killed his mother and 26 children and adults inside Sandy Hook Elemetary school. He’s now breaking that silence.
After almost seven years of service, “Hunter” of the Hamden Police Department K-9 Unit has passed away from pneumonia.
A popular beluga whale at Mystic Aquarium, Naku, has passed away.
Accidental heroin and cocaine deaths rose sharply in Connecticut last year from the prior year.
After multiple 911 calls, police arrested the referee who sparked a fight between parents, players and referees.
HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH)- A Hartford man is being held on $800,000 bond after police arrest him for the 32nd time.
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Founder of Camp Girlie Girl, Merieta Bayati, discusses how the camp brings together young girls and their mothers.
Holistic health coach Tamara Petro demonstrates how to make a healthy “ShamRawk” shake.
Kelly Falco and Jenny DePino from Alternative Health Care discuss body contouring and give tips on how to choose vitamins that help you look and feel your best for spring.
The Connecticut Supreme Court overturned an $11.4 million jury verdict against the town of Clinton in a lawsuit filed by a man injured in a 2005 car crash who blamed a 911 dispatcher.
Similar to the ABC show “Shark Tank” where entrepreneurs pitch their ideas to top professionals, the UConn School of Nursing pitched their own health care innovations.
Police arrested an East Haven man for his involvement in passing a fake prescription to get Oxycodone pills in Glastonbury.
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A couple of committees in the state legislature will hold public hearings Monday on bills related to the Newtown tragedy.
A Connecticut jury is beginning deliberations on whether to recommend the death penalty for a man convicted of killing two adults and a 9-year-old girl in Bridgeport in 2006.