Surveillance video shows the terrible accident that killed a 58-year-old woman in Hartford earlier in September. Read More
The state’s top prosecutor said a recent change in the law may be giving juvenile offenders the opportunity to keep breaking into cars with little consequence as the number of vehicle break-ins and thefts continue to rise. Read More
A new lawsuit involving crumbling concrete named former Stafford Springs concrete company J.J. Mottes as a co-defendant. Read More
A popular shrub called Japanese barberry (Berberis thunbergii) remains on some garden center shelves in Connecticut in spite of attempts to have it added to the list of invasive species the state prohibits from sale. Read More
Many Connecticut cities and towns are dealing with an increased number of vehicle break-ins and vehicle thefts, leaving many residents feeling violated and frustrated. Read More
A former head football coach is seeking damages from Hartford's new superintendent, wants alleged defamatory statements retracted and his old job back as the head of the Bulkeley bulldogs, according to the lawsuit filed. Read More
Three staff members at Connecticut's maximum-security psychiatric hospital are being disciplined for unspecified work rule violations and reassigned to non-patient care roles. Read More
A state scientist says a popular shrub sold at some nurseries and big box stories across Connecticut is being blamed for a rise in the tick population, which is causing an increase in Lyme disease cases in the state. Read More
A Plainville livery service has been forced to shut down after the state found the owner was operating without proper permits after an anonymous complaint tipped off the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Read More
Republican and Democratic state legislators are sparring over which side's budget proposal has the best plan to help Connecticut homeowners with crumbling foundations. Read More
A Bangladeshi immigrant accused of trying to set off a pipe bomb in a subway corridor but only succeeded in harming himself pleaded not guilty to terror charges on Thursday. Akayed Ullah had no visible injuries in Thursday's...
The Bangladeshi immigrant accused of setting off a pipe bomb in a Manhattan subway tunnel last month has been indicted on federal terrorism charges, prosecutors announced Wednesday. Akayed Ullah, 27, is accused of detonating...
A University of California, San Diego senior faces deportation after his roommate made a wrong turn at the U.S.-Mexico border crossing south of San Diego. Orr Yakobi, 22, is an Israeli citizen who is in the U.S.
If you left John F. Kennedy International Airport without your baggage during this weekend's weather-related meltdown, there's a chance it might be sitting outside, underneath a ramp.
The New Jersey State Police have spent at least $850,000 in recent years on a technology that allows troopers to track cell phone use without phone owners knowing, according to documents provided NBC10. The taxpayer money was paid...
U.S. Capitol Police arrested a suspected stalker outside the D.C. office of Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.). According to a special agent’s affidavit, officers arrested Amos Olagunju at Sinema’s seventh floor office in the Longworth...