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Malloy, Spicer Trade Barbs Over President Trump's Immigration Orders
Malloy, Spicer Trade Barbs Over President Trump's Immigration Orders

President Trump's press secretary had some strong words for Gov. Dannel Malloy and the governor's guidance to Connecticut law enforcement about the president's immigration executive order.

PD Investigating 2 Off-Duty Troopers After Report of Assault
PD Investigating 2 Off-Duty Troopers After Report of Assault

Wethersfield Police are conducting a criminal investigation into two off-duty state troopers.

East Haven Plane Crash Survivor Identified
East Haven Plane Crash Survivor Identified

A 31-year-old East Haven man is dead and another person is in critical condition after a small two-seater airplane crashed in East Haven Wednesday morning and NBC Connecticut has learned that the owner of the plane is the same man who survived a plane crash in East Hartford four months ago, according to officials and public records.

No Use of US Military for Deportations: Kelly
No Use of US Military for Deportations: Kelly

Seeking to tamp down growing unease in Latin America, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly pledged Thursday that America won't enlist its military to enforce immigration laws and that there will be "no mass deportations." Only hours earlier, President Donald Trump suggested the opposite. He told CEOs at the White House the deportation push was a "military operation."

Couple Living Lavish in Connecticut Arrested, Wanted in Georgia
Couple Living Lavish in Connecticut Arrested, Wanted in Georgia

A couple accused of stealing more than a million dollars in money and diamonds, plus multiple identities, have turned themselves in to police.

Enfield Board of Education Chairman Controversial Facebook Posts
Enfield Board of Education Chairman Controversial Facebook Posts

A photo posted on Facebook by Republican and Enfield Board of Education Chairman Tom Sirard shows Abraham Lincoln with text that reads: "Haven't seen the democrats this mad since we took away their slaves."