There has already been a number of accidents overnight and this morning.
Monday’s Boston Marathon will be a triumphant return for many runners — including Dino Verrelli.
Some powerful winds Tuesday caused a tree to fall through the roof of the Norwich Animal Shelter and now five dogs are spending the night somewhere else.
An infiltration of roots in the sewer system has led to a very undesirable living situation at 696 Dixwell Ave.
East Haven police could soon be wearing cameras as part of a federal consent decree requiring changes to prevent bias.
Police say they’ve taken a man into custody in connection with two unattended backpacks found at the Boston Marathon finish line.
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When his 2-month-old daughter wouldn’t stop crying, Marcus Rooks threw the infant head first into her cradle, according to an arrest affidavit.
Ansonia police have arrested a man who is accused of stealing a gun that had already been stolen once.
Superintendent Janet Robinson says the option to build a new Stratford High School on the grounds of a town park is now “off the table” after the Town Council Monday unanimously rejected the school board’s recommendation.
Missing girl returned home safe.
Singer/ songwriter Tracy Walton performs on Stage 8.
Author and fitness pro Ellen Barrett talks about her book “28 Days Lighter Diet” and shows us how to cook Tart Cherry Granola.
Author Abby Stokes who wrote the book “Is This Thing On?” talks about her computer handbook for late bloomers and “Grandparents’ Cheat Sheet for Staying in the Game.”
The DEEP is advising drivers in the Southington area to be aware of a moose that has been seen near I-84, Tuesday.
A Manchester man was charged Tuesday in the alleged serious assault of his 2-month-old daughter on Monday afternoon.
Two civil rights groups have joined the hunt for answers in the taser death of a man in East Hartford.
As commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard, Adm. Robert J. Papp Jr. has made it a priority to develop a national museum dedicated to the maritime service. After years of discussion, developers have committed to a location in New London, but as Papp prepares to retire next month, the project still has a long way to go to raise enough money for construction to begin on the $80 million museum.