Our Pet of the Week is Valerie, an older cat looking for a home.
News 8 headlines from WTNH.com, Feb. 28, 2014
Police in Rhode Island are asking the public for help in finding a 46-year-old woman who went missing Thursday after leaving a Boston airport. Authorities say they later traced her cell phone to the Hartford, Conn., area.
A Bridgeport police officer who accidentally shot himself in the leg in a crowded bagel shop will be making his first court appearance in the case.
Frankie Resto has been sentenced to 53 years behind bars for the murder of Meriden store clerk Ibrahim Ghazal in 2012. The sentencing came after family members gave emotional testimony to the court.
NORWICH, Conn. (WTNH)– Police arrest New London man and charge him with multiple drug possession charges and intent to sell.
Here’s a look at a couple movies new to theaters this weekend.
A stand-off in Manchester ended peacefully late Thursday night.
A state panel reviewing the Newtown school shooting is scheduled to hear from law enforcement professionals about incident management.
More than $31 million in improvements to the XL Center arena and convention center in Hartford and $3 million to plan and design the new Sandy Hook Elementary School are among the projects poised to receive state bond funds.
Connecticut lawmakers are considering a bill that would require the Department of Transportation to analyze any possible corrosive effects of chemical road treatments.
The wackiest outfits worn by celebrities over the years at the Academy Awards.
Have you heard of Yik Yak? Most likely your children have. In fact, it’s most likely an app on their phone. The social networking app is popular with high school kids but some fear it’s getting nasty and leading to bullying of other teens.
There is a big pothole problems in this state. But Thursday night, things in one town have gotten worse. And with more snow on the way, there could be big trouble.
A Glastonbury man was arrested for threatening to kill his wife during a domestic dispute Monday.
A former Central Connecticut State University student who triggered a campus lockdown and massive police response by wearing a Halloween costume with a sword and BB gun has pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor charges including breach of peace.
Sometimes students talking to other children about bullying can have more of an impact than adults talking about it. That might be part of the reason behind the success of a program out of Canton High School called ‘Esteem’.
Believe it or not, some people are excited about the frigid temperatures outside today. News 8′s Tina Detelj says that it is a great day to go ice fishing.