Stamford Teen Charged In Fatal Stabbing Rejects Plea DealA 16-year-old Connecticut boy charged in a fatal stabbing that police say began as a fight over spilled coffee has rejected a plea agreement.
Connecticut Home Invasion Killer Drops Appeal Of SentenceOne of two men who killed a woman and her two daughters in a 2007 home invasion in Cheshire, Connecticut, has dropped his appeal of his conviction.
Weaponized Drone Builder Arrested On Child Porn ChargesAustin Haughwout due back in court Friday
Cops: Prowler Stole From VehiclesA New Haven man is being charged after city police say he burglarized vehicles in the Westville neighborhood and was caught red-handed doing so early Tuesday morning.
Man Charged With Making Bomb Threats On Government BuildingsA Connecticut man is charged with making bomb threats on a local courthouse and town hall.
6 Years In Robbery, Killing Of Gas Station ClerkA Stamford man who authorities say was the lookout when a gas station clerk was robbed and gunned down in 2009 is headed to prison.
Ex-Hospital Official Facing Sex Assault Charges Found DeadA former hospital official facing charges he forcibly administered enemas and secretly photographed a dozen victims has been found dead.
UConn Doctor Charged With Stealing MedicationA University of Connecticut Health Center physician will appear in court this week on charges alleging he stole medication from a Farmington hospital on multiple occasions.
Alleged Drunk Driver Arrested In WillimanticPolice say the accused collided with a mail delivery truck
Arrest Made In Vernon Bank RobberyThe accused has a lengthy criminal record
Aaron Hernandez Friend Set To Change Plea In 2013 KillingA friend of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez is expected to change his not guilty plea in the 2013 shooting death of semi-professional football player Odin Lloyd.
Court Upholds Use Of Force To Obtain Inmates' DNA SamplesThe Connecticut Supreme Court has ruled that prison officials can use reasonable force to obtain DNA samples from inmates who were convicted of felonies before state law was changed in 2011 to specifically allow such force.