Connecticut guard Shabazz Napier holds the championship trophy after defeating Kentucky 60-54, at the NCAA Final Four tournament college basketball championship game Monday, April 7, 2014, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

Big crowd expected to attend UConn parade Sunday

Organizers of a weekend parade for the University of Connecticut men's and women's national championship basketball teams say they expect hundreds of thousands of people to show up in Hartford for the celebration.…
Gov. Dannel Malloy talks to reporters about raising the minimum wage, after meeting with President Obama and other governors at the White House, Feb. 21, 2014.

Malloy touts success of Conn. jobs program

Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy is touting the success of a state program that promotes job creation by providing wage subsidies and training grants to small businesses.…
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UConn: Fraternity forced to eat cat food

For the fifth time in the past two months, a Greek organization at the University of Connecticut has been accused of hazing and suspended by the college.…
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Conn. roads ready to rumble a bit more

Call it the highway’s wake-up call. Rumble strips are there to keep you on the road. But until now they didn’t stop you from crossing over that centerline.…
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Police: Man let two children roam in road

A 31-year-old Vernon man faces two counts of risk of injury to a child after police said he let two young children under his watch roam in the road.…
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Students create meals for hungry in Haiti

Students at Manchester's East Catholic High School are boxing up thousands of nutritious meals and sending them to starving people in Haiti, and it all started with one student's idea to help people.…