The death of a Ridgefield boy who was found dead in a hot car in July has been ruled a homicide by the medical examiner's office, WTNH News …
A Connecticut woman is denying police allegations that she supplied alcohol to teenagers at a house party in April.
A list of fairs coming up in Connecticut this summer and fall.
You've probably seen them — the large tour buses often offering deals on routes to Connecticut's casinos. The News 8 Investigators are boar…
It'll be all hands-on-deck as first responders and school teachers get together today in Middletown for an active shooter drill at a city sc…
NEW YORK, N.Y. (WTNH)–The last time you saw former Quinnipiac guard James Feldeine he was in tears, tugging on head coach Tom Moore’s should…
"Fewer violent offenders are getting out of prison today than at any point in the last 10 years,” the DOC said in an email Thursday.
Emergency responders staged a school shooting today, all of it taking place at Farm Hill Elementary School.
The intimate 500-seat music hall is a replica of the restored, 130-year-old Infinity Hall Opera House in the Litchfield Hills at Norfolk.
A three-car crash killed one person Thursday.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is praising Connecticut's education commissioner for doing "great work," rejecting suggestions he asked Stefan Pryor t…
It took 15 years to complete and its presence is now gracing the Knights of Columbus Museum in New Haven.
Animal communication is sending and receiving messages telepathically.
How to make Asian pork tacos.
How to attract beautiful birds and butterflies to your backyard.
A Connecticut judge has appointed a receiver to take over the operations and finances of the group that runs the state's official flagship, …
Move in day for thousands of freshmen at the University of New Haven was made a little more chaotic with construction on Campbell Avenue.
An early morning fire in New Milford created an unlikely hero, after a man risked his own live to save a woman and her dog.
An aid group says a second American aid worker has been released after she was treated at an Atlanta hospital for the Ebola virus.
A New Jersey man has been banned from Connecticut's casinos after pleading guilty to using invisible ink to mark cards at one.