The Troubleshooters have uncovered hundreds of prescription error complaints filed with the Department of Consumer Protection over the last two years. Some mistakes were so severe that the patients received the wrong drug or... Read More
The Connecticut House of Representatives has voted in favor of a $12 annual surcharge on every residential homeowner's policy to financially help hundreds, if not thousands, of homeowners with crumbling foundations. Read More
A federal judge has asked the Connecticut Supreme Court for a better definition of the word "collapse" that could help decide whether homeowner insurance policies should cover repairs to thousands of homes with crumbling... Read More
Current and former leaders in the Connecticut General Assembly from both parties agree that regionalism is a necessity in the state in order to save money, but they also agree that existing pressures, many of the same reasons for a... Read More
Many of Connecticut's cities and towns find themselves in a perpetual state of budget crisis which often results in widely varying mill rates, which are used to calculate property taxes. With 169 municipalities, there could... Read More
Large portions of state, town and city budgets go toward funding our schools, but currently many districts are facing declining enrollments, deteriorating buildings and cuts in municipal aid. Read More
Connecticut has 169 towns and cities with 169 ways of delivering police, fire, and ambulance services. We may like the local control we have over them, but can we afford a system that at times delivers inconsistent coverage... Read More
When Beth Console and her husband made the decision to leave South Windsor for Concord, North Carolina, they joined nearly 30,000 other people who are leaving Connecticut each year. Read More
Fresh off the defeat of a legislative bill that would have helped people with crumbling foundations, a new plan has emerged. Read More
A CT Transit employee is facing assault and other charges after police say he slashed a bus passenger in the face. 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...