The principal of the Frank DiLoreto Magnet School in New Britain has been suspended for four days following an investigation into his response to two students bringing weapons to the elementary school in mid-April, according... Read More
Environmental hazards at our public schools happen more often than you think: Read More
NBC Connecticut has confirmed a school district investigation is underway in New Britain after two students brought weapons to the Frank DiLoreto Magnet School in mid-April. School sources have questions about how the incident was... Read More
Some tenants living in properties owned by Hartford's Housing Authority are raising concerns about their living conditions. Read More
On the last day of the 2018 legislative session, the Connecticut State Senate voted in favor of a bill that will add a $12 per year surcharge on every homeowners’ insurance policy in Connecticut to help pay for repairing homes with... Read More
A bill that beefs up oversight at the state's maximum security psychiatric hospital is now awaiting the governor's signature. Read More
Getting important information from your government can be a challenge when your state has 169 communities and hundreds of different public agencies. Is our town-based lifestyle limiting our access to up-to-date information? Read More
Connecticut has more than 200 school districts, but some don’t have enough children to fill classrooms, while other districts must decide whether to close deteriorating schools that could cost millions to fix. Read More
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
San Francisco Mayor London Breed, in her first one-on-one interview since taking office, said homeless advocacy groups that receive funding from the city need to better educate the homeless to "clean up after themselves."...
Brian Fleming’s PowerPoint begins, startlingly, with an image showing a bloody tangle of people on Boylston Street and two Boston Police officers edging toward them. “They’re waiting for the second bomb.
A U.S. Secret Service officer was injured in an assault while on patrol outside the White House on Saturday shortly after the major immigration rally in Lafayette Park, according to newly filed federal court records.
Authorities arrested 40 people and seized more than $20 million in guns, drugs, cars, gold and cryptocurrency after a massive, year-long undercover operation targeting underground activity on the Internet.
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.