A guide to understanding breast cancer prevention and resources for women

Tuesday, Jan 11, 2011 at 02:48 PM EST

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.

Thursday, Oct 28, 2010 at 04:30 PM EDT

Breast Cancer Awareness

Breast Cancer Awareness

An entire family is stricken with cancer.

Sunday, Oct 21, 2012 at 12:55 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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1 Dead, 3 Hurt in Hartford Crash

1 Dead, 3 Hurt in Hartford Crash

One person is dead and three others are hospitalized after a fiery crash on Garden Street near the Mather Street intersection.

Suspect in Prom Day Fatal Stabbing to Plead Insanity

Suspect in Prom Day Fatal Stabbing to Plead Insanity

A former Milford, Connecticut, student accused of stabbing and killing a classmate in a high school stairwell last spring is pleading not guilty by reason of insanity at a pretrial hearing on Tuesday, according...

WATCH LIVE: Kraft, Others Testify at Hernandez Trial

WATCH LIVE: Kraft, Others Testify at Hernandez Trial

New England Patriots team owner Robert Kraft has taken the stand in the murder trial of his former player Aaron Hernandez. Kraft was called to testify Tuesday morning by the prosecution.

Girl Battling Cancer Becomes Honorary Police Officer

Girl Battling Cancer Becomes Honorary Police Officer

Eight-year-old Madeline Guarraia is fighting cancer and a local police department decided to give her a special day yesterday and show that they stand with her in her fight.

WATCH: Indiana Gov. Addresses Law Controversy

WATCH: Indiana Gov. Addresses Law Controversy

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence said in a Tuesday op-ed in the Wall Street Journal that a controversial bill he signed into law last week is not a "license to discriminate." "I abhor discrimination," he wrote. "I...

Malloy: NCAA Should Leave Indiana if Discriminatory Law Remains

Malloy: NCAA Should Leave Indiana if Discriminatory Law Remains

Amid March Madness and a day after banning state-funded and sponsored travel to Indiana, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is calling for the NCAA to either move out of Indiana or for Indiana to change its new controversial...