More often than not, it seems Nutmeggers harp on the negative. But are these real beefs about Connecticut, or are we just “Cranky Yankees?” Read More
Kids and teens speak their own language. That’s always been true. But when you add today’s tech to the ever-changing nature of teen talk, it can feel like they’re speaking a foreign language. So what’s a parent to do? Read More
More than 900 complaints have been filed with the State of Connecticut about the driving habits of government employees operating state-issued vehicles. NBC Connecticut Investigates recently obtained the complaints filed between... Read More
NBC Connecticut Investigates has learned that Hartford Police Officer Taikwon Dudley drove the wrong way up I-91 in his patrol car during a pursuit in July, something law enforcement experts say should only be done in the... Read More
The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles rejected thousands of applications for vanity plates in 2017 and 2018. Read More
CT Transit workers are keeping up the fight for more frequent bathroom breaks. A group rallied in downtown Hartford Friday morning demanding more stops and access to restrooms. Read More
The “captive insurance company” set up by the state to give grants to people whose homes have crumbling foundations is closer to being in operation, but not there quite yet. Read More
As unwanted calls continue to proliferate, many mobile phone users have simply stopped answering the phone. But new technology is on the horizon that could sharply cut the number of scam and spam calls we all receive... Read More
A year after Hurricane Maria wreaked havoc across their island, displaced Puerto Ricans in Connecticut are struggling to rebuild their lives and survive day-to-day. Read More
Hartford Public Schools employees claimed dozens of dependents who weren’t eligible for the district’s health insurance plan, according to a new audit by Secova, a management consulting company. Read More
The Trump Administration is expanding a longstanding immigration policy that will make it more difficult for undocumented immigrants to become legal residents if they’re likely to need government assistance.
A man accused of opening fire on campers and drivers in the Malibu State Park Area was charged Monday with murder in the fatal shooting of a 35-year-old father killed while he slept next to his daughters at a...
An oil painting that was stolen from Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe during World War II was recovered by federal agents in the D.C. area, the News4 I-Team has learned. At least two people travelled to the Washington, D.C.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed has written a letter asking for outgoing Gov. Jerry Brown’s help to free her brother, who is not eligible for parole for another 15 years in a notorious homicide case. Back in 2000, he pushed...
PG&E says it shook up management in light of what it calls “unacceptable” conduct by unspecified managers who regulators say exerted pressure on crews to falsify “tens of thousands” of gas safety inspections as being on time...
When a Massachusetts grandmother picked up the phone, the voice on the other end sounded like her teenage grandson. The caller, who knew Fran Shea's grandson's name, said he was in trouble. He'd been in a car accident and alcohol...