A 25-year-old Norwich man was arrested with 200 bags of heroin and 56 firearms on Wednesday evening.
People who abused heroin and other drugs described how they quit as officials called for a comprehensive approach to deal with what they called an epidemic and scourge.
Connecticut added 4,900 jobs in March, helping to restore jobs lost in January because of extreme weather, state labor officials said Thursday.
Students at Yale are lining up to save lives. It’s part of a drive to sign up people for the bone marrow donor registry.
Coventry police say a missing 3-year-old has been found and is ok.
Thomaston Avenue is closed at the Waterbury/ Thomaston line after a water main break in Waterbury.
Farmington police have arrested a 68-year-old man for masturbating at an LA Fitness.
A 20-year-old woman was threatened during a home invasion in Bristol on Wednesday night.
A New Haven man was arrested on child pornography charges in West Haven.
New London police are investigating an armed robbery of a convenience store where a clerk was assaulted on Wednesday.
Authorities say a former East Windsor priest sexually assaulted a teenage parishioner, making the boy remove his clothes for his paychecks and causing him to seek hospital treatment for the abuse.
Here’s some good news for high school students — the SAT is getting a makeover. The College Board previewed some of the changes that will be put into place in two years.
Police say they found an unregistered assault rifle and three large-capacity magazines in the home of a Milford man accused of shooting a squirrel.
Some Hartford students are learning the dangers of distracted driving. They’re participating in a mock traffic accident with emergency personnel.
Vote 2014 // State Rep. John Shaban has dropped his bid for the Republican nomination to challenge U.S. Rep. Jim Himes and will instead focus on winning re-election to the legislature.
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) — A Bridgeport grocer has been charged with buying food stamps from customers and using the money to buy bulk merchandise.â�¦ More Â»
It’s a growing problem across the United States and right here in Connecticut. People are dying after overdosing on heroin.
The Connecticut State Police received some 1.5 million phone calls last year but just 40 percent of them were 911 emergencies.