The longest sentence yet was handed out in connection with a patient abuse case at Connecticut’s maximum-security psychiatric hospital Tuesday - 21 months in prison. Read More
NBC Connecticut Investigates has new details about a cyber-attack that UConn Health said could impact more than 326,000 people. Read More
"Hidden in plain sight" for years, there are new hopes - and prayers - that Holy Land USA in Waterbury will soon rise from ruin. Read More
A pair of committees are hearing testimony on nine separate bills trying to tackle the crumbling foundations problem. Read More
A state ethics panel has determined former UConn Diversity Officer Charmane Thurmand violated two ethics rules and has fined her $20,0000. Read More
Hartford Police will investigate over a dozen current and former city employees for health insurance fraud. Read More
A state agency says UConn needs to go back to school when it comes to freedom of information requests. Read More
A new police radio system for your town or city costs a fortune, to the tune of millions of dollars. Read More
All around Connecticut there are spaces and places that people may not even know exist. Read More
Steps are being taken on several fronts to help police officers battling mental health issues and post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. Read More
An Iowa woman and her husband were arrested in San Diego Wednesday on accusations they helped smuggle Guatemalan citizens into the U.S. and harbored them illegally inside their Sioux City, Iowa home. Federal court documents...
FBI agents are examining deputy cliques that exist within the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, including the "Bandito" group at the East LA station, federal and local law enforcement sources confirmed Thursday. The...
Jeffrey Epstein’s background, his past guilty plea, his connections to high-profile U.S. and foreign government leaders and his federal non-prosecution agreement have been continually reported on for nearly a decade.
A religious leader was listed in a secret surveillance database, along with journalists, attorneys, and other immigration advocates.
An indictment unsealed in Los Angeles charged nine people accused of participating in voting fraud schemes — in which homeless people were allegedly offered cash or cigarettes in exchange for forged signatures on initiative...
A dispute over a signed poster from the cast of "Hamilton" has triggered a $1 million lawsuit against the Kennedy Center by one of its managers. The wildly popular musical performed at the Kennedy Center in D.C.