Tax relief is available for some homeowners with crumbling foundations, according to U.S. Representatives Joe Courtney and John Larson. Read More
Governor Dannel Malloy has announced changes he said will improve patient care at the state's maximum security mental hospital. Read More
It has been a busy 12 months for the NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters. We have results in connection with a number of stories we broke months ago and some we shared with you for the first time this year. Read More
A North Haven gym suddenly closed Saturday, leaving some members hoping to burn off their holiday calories caught off guard. Read More
There are indications that Connecticut’s crumbling concrete crisis may not stop at the state line, the NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters have found. Read More
Members of the Hartford City Council are asking the council president to step down after a former city employee filed a sexual harassment complaint against Thomas J. Clarke II. Read More
A multi-millionaire real estate mogul was shot to death inside his Windsor home four years ago on Wednesday. Read More
Four more staffers at the state’s maximum security mental hospital have been put on administrative leave following an ongoing patient abuse investigation. Read More
A Bangladeshi immigrant accused of trying to set off a pipe bomb in a subway corridor but only succeeded in harming himself pleaded not guilty to terror charges on Thursday. Akayed Ullah had no visible injuries in Thursday's...
The Bangladeshi immigrant accused of setting off a pipe bomb in a Manhattan subway tunnel last month has been indicted on federal terrorism charges, prosecutors announced Wednesday. Akayed Ullah, 27, is accused of detonating...
A University of California, San Diego senior faces deportation after his roommate made a wrong turn at the U.S.-Mexico border crossing south of San Diego. Orr Yakobi, 22, is an Israeli citizen who is in the U.S.
If you left John F. Kennedy International Airport without your baggage during this weekend's weather-related meltdown, there's a chance it might be sitting outside, underneath a ramp.
The New Jersey State Police have spent at least $850,000 in recent years on a technology that allows troopers to track cell phone use without phone owners knowing, according to documents provided NBC10. The taxpayer money was paid...
The U.S. Department of Justice official who appointed special counsel Robert Mueller to investigate Russian efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election said he is satisfied with the special counsel’s work. When the...