Mar 9, 2011

Walk Now For Autism

Walk Now For Autism

Join NBC 30 at the Autism Speaks Walk Now For Autism Event on Sunday, June 7, 2009 at Walnut Hill Park in New Britain, CT.

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2 Seriously Injured in Fire at Southbury Retirement Community

2 Seriously Injured in Fire at Southbury Retirement Community

Two people were hospitalized with serious injuries after a fire on Thursday morning at Heritage Village, a retirement community in Southbury, but they have since been released.

Community Remembers Southington Teens Killed in Crash

Community Remembers Southington Teens Killed in Crash

Hundreds gathered Wednesday evening at Southington High School to remember two teenage girls who died when their car flipped over on Interstate 84.

Willimantic Man Loses 2 Fingers When Musket Explodes in Hands

Willimantic Man Loses 2 Fingers When Musket Explodes in Hands

A Willimantic resident overloaded a musket with gunpowder Wednesday evening, causing it to explode in his hands when it discharged, two of his fingers, according to police.

Owner of Danbury Pet Shop Charged With Animal Cruelty

Owner of Danbury Pet Shop Charged With Animal Cruelty

A Danbury pet shop owner is facing animal cruelty charges for failing to properly care for at least three animals, leading to the deaths of two, according to the Department of Agriculture.

Family of Man Killed by Ohio Cop Calls For Peace

Family of Man Killed by Ohio Cop Calls For Peace

The family of Samuel DuBose, the Cincinnati man shot and killed during a traffic stop, is calling for peace following the release of the body camera video that captured the moment when DuBose was killed.

Man Pinned by Tree, Impaled on Ladder Shares His Story

Man Pinned by Tree, Impaled on Ladder Shares His Story

The man who was impaled by a ladder and stuck in a tree 15 feet off the ground in Trumbull last week is sharing his story exclusively with NBC Connecticut.