Business practices and loan default rates lead investigators to question the for-profit school industry. Read More
If a restaurant in your neighborhood was temporarily closed because it made people sick, wouldn't you want to know? The state Department of Public Health told the NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters the public has no right to... Read More
The federal government has spent at least $20 billion in taxpayer money this year on items and services that it is permitted to keep secret from the public, according to an investigation by the News4 I-Team. Read More
Young inventors from Connecticut get a taste of what one attorney calls the hardball of the business world.
Successful inventions are not easy to come by. Imagine if your child came up with one! That's exactly what happened to a Watertown family. But what came next has them concerned they may lose a fortune, instead of gaining one. Read More
A single website has changed the face of the global tourism industry, and while many users say it s an asset, some neighbors are nervous.
A single website has changed the face of the global tourism industry. Read More
Neighbors of a gun range in Litchfield have had enough, but do they have any recourse to stop the noisy barrage of bullets in their backyard? NBC Connecticut Troubleshooter George Colli investigates how their issue could become... Read More
Medical marijuana has been on the shelves of Connecticut dispensaries for just over 10 weeks, and already some patients who have tried it say they'll be returning to the black market. Read More
NBC Connecticut has learned through multiple sources in the city of Hartford that an interim assistant fire chief arrived at the scene of the fatal blaze on Blue Hills Avenue Oct. 7 but did not assume command. Read More