A cross-country charity run that’s raising money for victims of the Boston Marathon bombings made its way through Connecticut Saturday afternoon.
A serious accident has closed down a stretch of Route 214 in Ledyard.
A body was discovered floating face down in Lake Wepawaug Saturday afternoon.
First responders need to be able to deliver life-saving care in less than ideal conditions.
When East Haven police officers arrested a Catholic priest who was videotaping them in 2009, it sparked calls for the state legislature to better protect the public’s right to record the actions of law enforcement officials.
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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.
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.
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.
A 12-bedroom waterfront estate on 50 acres in wealthy Greenwich has been sold for $120 million.
Trinity College has announced their commencement speaker for this year’s graduation.
Connecticut officials announced more than $70 million in federal and state funds for 16 affordable housing projects across the state.
Police have released surveillance footage of an armed robbery that happened at a Milford gas station one week ago.
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.
Candles now mark the spot where a deadly shooting happened on Prospect Avenue Wednesday night.
The proposed shoreline location for a Sandy Hook memorial playground is catching some flak here from the local land trust that must OK any waterfront development.
A former attorney is accused of bilking a former elderly client of more than $1 million.