While the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) recently announced it may end its subsidized housing contract with Barbour Gardens in Hartford because of decrepit conditions there, it is far from the only... Read More
With every click of the computer mouse, you share detailed data about who you are and that digital information can be very valuable. Much of what you do online is not done in private, even if you think it is. Read More
Post-traumatic stress disorder among police officers is a serious issue. For the third straight year in 2018 , more officers died from suicide, which is often caused by PTSD, than deaths than in the line of duty. Read More
As the new session gets into full swing, there are more than three dozen bills getting presented to help homeowners affected by crumbling foundations. Read More
A number of legislators have decided to take aim at bills connected to our state's rising bear population. Read More
A federal law aimed at helping patients better understand the cost of their medical care may have missed the mark. Read More
Hartford city taxpayers are on the hook for additional funds for the city’s police body camera program because city officials failed to submit paperwork to the state in time for full reimbursement. Read More
A high school football coach who was beaten by Hartford police is joining forces with the officer who wielded a baton at him in an effort to hold the city of Hartford accountable. His case reveals how state law can leave victims of... Read More
A West Hartford man who receives rental assistance from the state was convicted Tuesday of one felony count of criminal property damage to a rental home. Read More
Pets are often considered to be members of the family, but decisions about getting a dog or cat the medical help needed often come down to how much the care costs. Many pet owners ponder signing up for a pet health insurance... 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.