For Connecticut motorists, having to exit to the left when driving on our highways can rattle nerves, slow traffic and lead to close calls. So why does our state have more of these exits than other states? Read More
Logging onto your town or city's website can make it easier to get in touch with local leaders, find a polling place, or pay your taxes. NBC Connecticut Investigates found some municipal websites in the state are in need of... Read More
Efforts are underway in Connecticut to create a “green” burial ground. Read More
Poorly timed traffic lights can cause traffic and cost commuters valuable time. But what would it take to fix them? Read More
At grocery stores across Connecticut, you can buy beer with your food, but not wine. Those looking to cook with wine, pick up some bottles for a dinner party, or simply enjoy a glass during dinner have to make that purchase at... Read More
They may be cute but Connecticut bears are also raising safety concerns. In 2018, the state says the number of bears entering homes doubled to more than two dozen, and the year isn’t over yet. As the animals move closer to... Read More
Dozens of CT Transit drivers have reported that they have been assaulted on the job by passengers, according to CT Transit incident reports obtained by NBC Connecticut Investigates. Read More
How secure will your vote be when you head to the polls on Tuesday and could Connecticut be at risk of hackers disrupting our elections? NBC Connecticut Investigates looked into whether there is reason for concern. Read More
From once rampant sexual harassment to their new role of eyes and ears in hallways, hotel housekeepers are revealing secrets of the job and debunking myths. Five housekeepers at downtown Chicago hotels, who asked us to only...
Tamara Breeden spent 10 years captive in what came to be known as Philadelphia’s basement of horrors. Her body still bears the scars. Born developmentally disabled, Breeden was forced to urinate in a bucket and then empty...
A Washington, D.C., man suspected of being a white nationalist and befriending the Tree of Life synagogue gunman on a social media platform before the tragedy is under arrest for firearms charges in the District. Jeffrey Clark is...
Kids accused of crimes in the Bay Area are being confined in secure detention facilities at high rates pre-trial, even when “risk assessments” find they’re eligible for release, an NBC Bay Area investigation found.
The California bar shooter, around the time the gunfire began, started posting to social media, multiple law enforcement officials told NBC4's I-Team.
Out of 54 California agencies surveyed by the Investigative Unit, 20 percent had launched internal pornography investigations since 2015. The official term for surfing porn at work is “computer misuse,” and it violates state...