A poll indicates there’s strong support in Connecticut for legislation that would allow doctors to prescribe medication to help terminally ill patients end their lives.
Police arrested a teenage father suspected of killing his infant daughter last spring.
Massachusetts lawmakers are vowing to act quickly to pass legislation outlawing the taking of photographs up the skirts of women in public.
Police arrested an 18-year-old Hamden man in connection with an April 2013 murder in New Haven.
Torrington Police have a warrant to arrest a second person in a case involving threats made against schools in two towns.
A bill proposed in Hartford on Thursday would try to answer the question of whether there are harmful chemicals in every-day products that your children use.
Stamford’s Bravest are going bald, all in an effort to raise awareness about children who are living with cancer.
A former Fermi High School junior varsity boys’ basketball coach who resigned following his arrest in Windsor Locks in a prostitution sting has been granted accelerated rehabilitation for first offenders that could erase the charge against him.
Yale New Haven Hospital has announced a partnership with Tenet Healthcare Corporation.
When Connecticut struck a deal for up to $400 million in tax credits for United Technologies Corp., the sides said the company’s helicopter and aerospace divisions would remain here “for years to come.”
The U.S. Attorney in Connecticut announced that two area gun dealers and their business plead guilty to charges of federal firearm law violations.
A Monroe man was arrested after police discovered he was selling synthetic marijuana online and through the mail.
A Southbury lawyer has apologized and agreed to pay $750 over her accusations that town officials in Woodbury and Bethlehem were engaged in fraud in a fight over a high school renovation referendum.
News 8 headlines from WTNH.com, March 6, 2014
A Bridgeport man who invited strippers to his home while his wife was at work has been arrested after police said he assaulted one of the women.
Forbes is out with its list of the 10 most gridlocked cities in the U.S. and Bridgeport makes the cut at #6.
Staples will close 225 stores by the end of next year and the office-supply retailer is initiating a plan to save about $500 million annually by 2015.
No one likes when the power goes out during a storm, or if it takes a long time to come back on, but many also are not thrilled with the idea of the Connecticut Light & Power cutting down too many trees.