Bob and Bonnie Veillette pose for a photograph at home in Naugatuck, Conn., Friday, Jan. 11, 2008. Bob Veillette suffered a stroke in April 2006 that left him with "locked-in syndrome," a rare neurological condition that leaves a person paralyzed below the eyes but totally cognizant of the world around them. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)

Stroke victim has brain implant removed

A Nauguatuck stroke victim who is almost entirely paralyzed has ended his participation in a study designed to determine if a brain implant …

Darien

People’s United Bank Robbery

DARIEN, Conn. (WTNH) —  On Wednesday, April 30th, The People’s United Bank was robbed in the Goodwives Shopping Center. A lone man jumped th…

Flooding closed the ramp from I-91 southbound to I-95 northbound in New Haven, May 1, 2014.

Trooper struck on I-91 in New Haven

A Connecticut state police trooper sitting in his cruiser blocking a ramp on I-91 was struck by a car early Thursday morning, state police s…

(Photo: Torrington Police Department)

Twenty-six animals taken from Conn. home

Nineteen rabbits, four chickens, two dogs and one cat were seized from a Hayden Hill residence Monday after police were called to the home o…