A guide to understanding breast cancer prevention and resources for women

Friday, Sep 27, 2013 at 06:30 PM EDT

Test for Breast Cancer Gene Gives Women Treatment Options

Test for Breast Cancer Gene Gives Women Treatment Options

More women with a family history of breast cancer are taking early action to avoid the disease.

Friday, Sep 27, 2013 at 06:37 PM EDT

Breast Cancer Awareness

Breast Cancer Awareness

An entire family is stricken with cancer.

Friday, Sep 27, 2013 at 06:26 PM EDT

Thousands Take Steps to Find a Cure

Thousands Take Steps to Find a Cure

Thousands of people from across Connecticut participate in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk.

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Farmington Man Stabbed to Death in Florida

Farmington Man Stabbed to Death in Florida

A Farmington family is coming to grips with the death of their 28-year-old son, who was stabbed to death just days before finishing a bicycle trip down the East Coast, family members said.

 Bank Robbery Suspect Kills Himself: Cops

Bank Robbery Suspect Kills Himself: Cops

The 28-year-old suspect in a Southington bank robbery and crash on Tuesday morning has taken his life, and police said he robbed the same bank two years ago.

Man Sexually Assaulted Sacred Heart University Student: Police

Man Sexually Assaulted Sacred Heart University Student: Police

A Sacred Heart University Student was sexually assaulted in Fairfield early on Monday morning and police have released a sketch of the attacker in hopes that someone can identify him.

Route 66 Reopens After Motorcycle Crash in East Hampton

Route 66 Reopens After Motorcycle Crash in East Hampton

Route 66 was closed in East Hampton after a car collided with a motorcycle Tuesday afternoon.

U.S. Doctor Cured of Ebola: "I Felt Like I Was About to Die"

U.S. Doctor Cured of Ebola: "I Felt Like I Was About to Die"

Dr. Kent Brantly, the American doctor who contracted Ebola while working with relief organization Samaritan's Purse in Liberia, told NBC in an exclusive interview that he felt like he was about to die when...

Hartford Selects Ballpark Developer: Councilmember

Hartford Selects Ballpark Developer: Councilmember

The city of Hartford has selected one of three finalists to develop the Downtown North section and build a minor-league baseball stadium, according to City Councilmember Ken Kennedy.