The U.S. Senators from Connecticut say a potential tax write-off for homeowners dealing with crumbling foundations will disappear if the Republican tax reform bill passes as it is. Read More
The family of a Waterbury murder victim says a nearly two-year backlog in processing Connecticut State Police Reports and Records is causing unacceptable delays in getting answers in the case. Read More
Owners of homes in northeastern Connecticut who believe they are affected by the crumbling foundation problem can begin applying to receive reimbursements for the testing of their homes. Read More
Federal help is on the way for Connecticut residents whose home foundations have been damaged in the crumbling concrete foundation crisis. They will be able to deduct the cost of repairs from taxes, federal officials said. Read More
Budget cuts mean your chances of beating a traffic ticket in Connecticut are a lot better this year. Read More
Monday marked the three year anniversary of the unsolved murder of 54-year-old Melissa Millan of Simsbury and new details have emerged. Read More
More than 1,000 Connecticut teachers are giving a revealing look at how much they spend out of their own pockets to purchase school supplies for their students. Read More
The Cold Case Unit in the Office of the Chief State’s Attorney in Rocky Hill is now working with the Simsbury Police Department to help solve the murder of 54-year-old, Melissa Millan, who was a Mass Mutual executive, the... Read More
The holiday season is one of the busiest travel times of the year, and those traveling by air often struggle through delays and canceled flights to reach their destination. Read More
A drifter who killed seven people in Connecticut in 2003 has been sentenced today to six consecutive life sentences. Read More
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...
The audio recordings are enough to make a homeowner cringe. For the first time, New Yorkers are hearing the secretly recorded conversations of oil truck drivers, as they plot to steal from unsuspecting customers. Video and audio...
More than 350 firearms have been lost or stolen from local and federal police agencies headquartered in the Washington, D.C., area since 2011, according to an investigation by the News4 I-Team.
Hundreds of thousands of firearms stolen from the homes and vehicles of legal owners are flowing each year into underground markets, and the numbers are rising. Those weapons often end up in the hands of people prohibited...
Amid reports of sexual harassment allegations on Capitol Hill, Congress’ Office of Compliance (OOC) released a report that shows 264 settlements over violations of workplace rights in the past 20 years, costing taxpayers millions...