Court Rejects Request To Return Kennedy Cousin To PrisonThe Connecticut Supreme Court has rejected a request by state prosecutors to revoke Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel's bail and send him back to prison while his murder case appeal remains pending.
Talk Show Host Cited In Darien DUITelevision talk show host Steve Wilkos is facing a drunken driving charge in connection with a single-vehicle crash in Connecticut last month.
Court Case Continued For Woman Accused Of Lying About RapeThe court case of a former Connecticut college student accused of lying about being raped by two university football players has been moved forward another week amid pending defense motions to dismiss the case and suppress evidence.
Traffic Stop Nets Police Marijuana Possession ArrestCharges have been filed against a North Franklin man after Ledyard police say they discovered marijuana in his vehicle following a stop early this morning.
Teen Charged In Colchester ThreatState Police say a Colchester teen is facing charges in connection with a threat made against a school in town this week.
State Agrees To Pay $6.5M To Estate Of Couple Killed By TreeThe state of Connecticut has agreed to pay $6.25 million to the estate of a couple killed more than a decade ago when a tree limb fell on their car.
Former Head Of Enfield Community Development Agency ArrestedA former executive director of the Enfield Community Development Corporation is accused of stealing more than $95,000 from the organization.
Man Linked To Art Heist Found Competent, Sentencing SetA reputed mobster who authorities believe is the last surviving person of interest in the largest art heist in history has been found competent to proceed to sentencing in an unrelated weapons case.
QU Students Charged In Dorm Pot SalesHamden Police say they arrested four Quinnipiac Unversity students over the weekend and charged them with various marijuana violations.
Waterbury Man Charged With Making Threat Against SchoolA 20-year-old Waterbury man is accused of using a video call that included an image of a gun to make a threat against a city high school.
Connecticut's Edible Arrangements Sues Google Over Rival AdsThe Connecticut-based fruit bouquet company Edible Arrangements has filed a federal lawsuit against Google, claiming its business is being hurt by rival ads that appear when people use the search engine.
Judge Suppresses Some Evidence In Hartford Man's Human Bone Theft CaseA judge has granted a defense motion to suppress some evidence in the case of a Connecticut man charged with stealing human remains from a Massachusetts cemetery for what prosecutors allege was religious purposes.

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