A man accused of attempting to cast two ballots will not face criminal charges, and state officials are backing a bill that would change that. Read More
The NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters have new information on the Connecticut woman involved in a deadly police chase and shooting in Washington, D.C. Read More
In the last week of March, a long fight between Joe Eisenberg and his health insurance company came to an end. At stake was nearly $70,000. Read More
Third-party electric suppliers may have a new set of rules to live with if a new proposal by Gov. Dannel Malloy makes it through the legislature. The eight-point plan amounts to a consumer bill of rights when dealing... Read More
The Russian Lady, a popular Hartford bar, is under investigation by the state after allegations surfaced that the business was keeping two separate sets of books and was cheating on its taxes. Read More
An Enfield man says the battery on his iPhone 4S has been draining constantly since getting iOS 7.1. Other iPhone users report similar issues. If that's you, there are a few things you can do to preserve your phone's battery. Read More
With the next important date in the implementation of the state’s gun law coming April 1, the new head of the State Police is responding to concerns by gun owners. Read More
Third party suppliers try to block release of how much consumers are paying for power.
In an NBC CT Troubleshooters update, Congress looking to stop companies from doing what one small business owner calls “extortion”. Meanwhile, a company many would consider a so-called “patent troll” comments for the first time to... Read More
Len Besthoff takes a look at water rates at the MDC.