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An attorney for a Connecticut student involved in a gun scare at the University of New Haven campus says he expects his client will plead not guilty.
A task force on Tuesday began piecing together a package of recommendations for Connecticut lawmakers on ways to balance the privacy of crime victims with the public's right to know.
Connecticut police are investigating the death of a 27-year-old woman with ties to Aaron Hernandez, the former New England Patriot charged with murder.
A water main break will close the southbound lanes of a stretch of CConnecticut Avenue in D.C. through the Tuesday morning rush hours.
Police and U.S. marshals in Connecticut have arrested a New Haven man wanted in Rhode Island in connection with a fatal shooting near a Providence bar in November.
Federal experts will spend the next two months examining safety compliance and safety culture at a commuter railroad that operated a train that derailed and killed four people this month.
A white former police officer accused of being part of a conspiracy to harass Latinos in Connecticut has been sentenced to two years in prison on an obstruction charge.
The state has suspended its debit card tax refund program in response to a security breach at its contractor JP Morgan Chase, Revenue Services Commissioner Kevin Sullivan announced Monday.
Penny Bacchiochi , a Republican state representative exploring a run for governor of Connecticut next year, points out that the state's new health exchange, which had incorrect information online about deductibles and co-insurance for all of the individual health plans offered through the exchange , somehow had the funding to commission three ... (more)
As another round of snow heads for the area, New York City has issued a snow alert for Saturday starting at 8:00 a.m. Department of Sanitation personnel are beginning initial equipment readiness, including loading of 365 salt spreaders, attaching plows when necessary, preparing tire chains and notifying supplementary personnel as needed.
Searches on "Connecticut" at the Associated Press's national site and at the Politico indicate that there's plenty of news about the Nutmeg State which the two web sites believe merit national attention.
The State Bond Commission allocated $10 million in general obligation bonds and $834 million in revenue bonds and other transactions on Friday.
A snow and ice storm headed for the Northeast is expected to slow weekend travel and has utilities and airports on alert.