Police have added several additional criminal charges in the wake of a public cow slaughter in Bloomfield on July 13. Read More
Connecticut teachers give so much of their time and their energy to their students, but hundreds of local educators told NBC Connecticut Investigates that they are giving a lot of their own money, too. Read More
The state program that provides assistance to homeowners whose concrete foundations are crumbling could be getting get another $20 million, but it would come a few months behind schedule. Read More
Connecticut teachers give so much of their time and their energy to their students, but hundreds of local educators told NBC Connecticut Investigates that they are giving a lot of their own money, too. How much is too much? Read More
The state program assisting people with defective concrete basements has released new data on its work. Read More
Connecticut’s elected leaders pledged $100 million in $20 million annual portions to address the crumbling concrete basements across central and northeastern Connecticut, but an inability to release the money in a timely manner has... Read More
The last of 10 defendants in a high-profile case of patient abuse at Whiting Forensic Hospital was sentenced Friday. Read More
Sources have told NBC Connecticut Investigates that doctors and administrators have been scrambling to get more information on why a patient at our state psychiatric facility died over the weekend. Read More
The top prosecutor in Manhattan is warning women that if they drink to the point of intoxication, New York’s sex crime statutes may not protect them from rapists. In a 2018 letter obtained by the I-Team, District Attorney...
A former videographer for a San Diego porn company that has been accused of luring young women into appearing in sex videos admitted in court Thursday that he knowingly lied to the women. Videographer Teddy Gyi testified in...
Federal police officers arrested a Silver Spring, Maryland, woman suspected of attempting to steal sensitive medical specimens and equipment from the clinical center of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda.
Back in 2007, PG&E hired a low-key outsider, Ed Salas, to help assess the risks it faced. Although he lacked engineering experience, Salas had a background evaluating corporate risks in the telecommunications industry. When he got
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy Angel Reinosa fabricated a claim that he was shot Wednesday afternoon while standing in the parking lot of the Lancaster Sheriff's station, department officials announced Saturday night. Reinosa...
A former associate administrator at the U.S. General Services Administration had sex with a White House staffer in his government office and on the roof of the agency's northwest D.C. headquarters, an internal investigation...