Three people were hospitalized for non-life threatening injuries after an accident on I-95 northbound that closed the highway for about two hours Friday afternoon.
Roads around Hamden police headquarters were temporarily closed Friday after a military shell was brought to the station.
Connecticut State Police have arrested two people, one of them a convicted felon, accused of trying to sell stolen AR-15 style rifles.
A 16-year-old resident who was shot in the head last night on Daggett Street has died, police said Friday.
A 25-year-old West Haven man has been sentenced to 70 years in prison for killing another man in front of his family in New Haven.
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Our Pet of the Week is Howard, a super friendly hound/lab mix.
Chris Evans is back as Captain America in the second installment of the super hero series.
A simple mark on your drivers license, a heart, designates that you are an organ donor. And the choice to have that icon on your license can wind up saving lives.
A new playground named in honor of one of the Newtown school shooting victims is opening in Hartford.
The fire marshal will be at what’s left of a Torrington tire warehouse today, trying to figure out what sparked a massive fire that destroyed the building.
One of the owners of a recent state-approved dispensary believes her business will be a positive addition to Bridgeport. But some people disagree with her.
Shelton is one of about 50 communities in the state which only offer half-day kindergarten. Parents and the superintendent here says that needs to change.
A man was shot in the head Thursday night in the area of 78 Daggett St., police said.
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A New London man has been sentenced to more than 6 months in jail for selling heroin.
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Some hot spring ball earned Mike Olt a spot on the Chicago Cubs opening day roster.
Renee Peterson would leave her boyfriend’s two young sons home alone every day she had to go to her drug treatment program in Willimantic, according to police. Last Wednesday, April 26, that proved to be a fatal mistake.
After being named in federal court as a conspirator in an illegal corruption investigation, former Connecticut Gov. John G. Rowland resigned from his talk show on WTIC AM Thursday as the show was coming to a close around 6 p.m.