A club of retired bankers in Connecticut said it is well on the way to recovering $1.4 million in long lost pensions for people since the NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters first reported on the issue back in May. Read More
A man who says his brother was abused repeatedly by staff at Connecticut's only maximum-security psychiatric hospital urged lawmakers on Monday to look more deeply into the case and make changes at the state-run facility. Read More
State officials are expressing surprise at the extent of alleged abuse that took place at Connecticut's only maximum-security psychiatric hospital. Read More
A serial killer who buried the remains of seven victims in the woods behind a New Britain strip mall will be sentenced next week and a local author has written a new true crime book about the case. Read More
More than 80 percent of consumers rely on online reviews to learn more about purchases they are considering, according to the Pew Research Center. There are currently more than a billion reviews online, but experts - and even... Read More
The state recently passed a budget with tens of millions in grants for those affected. Read More
The NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters' continuing coverage of the crumbling foundation crisis in Connecticut.
The NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters are proud to be selected as a winner of the 2017 Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award for our comprehensive coverage of the crumbling foundations problem plaguing eastern Connecticut. Read More
Homeowners who might have crumbling foundations will want to know about state bond funding monies to help pay for the cost of getting your foundation tested. Read More
A couple building a home in Union wanted to try something different after seeing hundreds in north central and eastern Connecticut with failing concrete basements, so they are using fiberglass composite instead. 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...