Families in Connecticut are giving the most vulnerable victims involved in the state’s opioid crisis a fresh start to a new life. Read More
Three local firefighters are talking about battling PTSD, depression and anxiety because they hope no other first responder has to suffer. Read More
Dozens of local towns identified by the NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters are losing critical tax revenue because of the state's crumbling concrete crisis. Read More
A victim of domestic violence in Connecticut may actually end up in handcuffs. Read More
Letters written by the patient at the center of an abuse investigation at Whiting Forensic Division show the alleged abuse may have gone on for more than a decade. Read More
Fire ripped through a condemned building on the corner of Arch Street in New Britain early Friday morning, just over a week after the building was condemned and residents were ordered out because of what the city’s building... Read More
A grant program that provides millions of dollars annually to help needy residents fix up their homes is now under audit by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
A grant program that provides millions of dollars annually to help needy residents fix up their homes is now under audit by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Read More
State officials announced more help is coming for people with crumbling foundations in northern, central and eastern Connecticut Wednesday. Read More
Connecticut school districts are increasingly becoming the target of cyber criminals, and these attacks can become a major disruption in classrooms. 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...