A Hartford Department of Public Works employee is suing the city, claiming a city council aide harassed him repeatedly. Read More
Several CT Transit bus operators, with the support of their union, are speaking out about what they say is a lack of available and adequate restroom facilities for drivers on all bus routes. Read More
U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson came to Connecticut Monday to learn firsthand about the problems caused by the state’s crumbling concrete crisis. It’s an issue first exposed by the NBC Connecticut... Read More
After years of little oversight, some taxpayers are paying closer attention to what they consider is generous pay and perks in a Bloomfield fire district. Read More
Changes are being made at Connecticut’s maximum security mental hospital in the wake of an NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters exclusive investigation about the alleged abuse of one of their patients, Bill Shehadi. Read More
A family receiving rental assistance from the State of Connecticut is accused of causing extensive damage to several of the homes they were placed in. Read More
Complaints filed about CT Transit in 2017 have raised concerns including bus drivers running red lights, cutting off other drivers, driving away from people who were trying to board or offering poor customer service. Read More
The NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters have obtained cell phone video that appears to have been recorded by a juvenile in custody at the Bridgeport Juvenile Detention Center. Read More
Less than a mile from the Rio Grande River, in a valley well known to law enforcement as the “RGV,” a U.S. Border Patrol agent shouted into his radio: "I got visual. They are running toward the tower, copy.” The chase was on. Weeds
A grand jury in New York has been convened and witnesses are being called in connection with sex abuse allegations against movie producer Harvey Weinstein, several sources familiar with the matter tell NBC News.
New legislation aims to phase out mile-long fishing nets off the California coast that have entangled and killed sea life, including endangered species, by the thousands over the past few decades.
The technology can be as small as a suitcase, placed anywhere at any time, and it's used to track cell phones and intercept calls. The News4 I-Team found dozens of potential spy devices while driving around Washington, D.C....
A News4 I-Team investigation found some of the world's biggest environmental groups have been investing in the oil and gas industry for years.
Years of data from immigration courts around the United States and compiled by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) at Syracuse University show that whether or not a person seeking asylum is granted that request...