Man To Be Sentenced In $3M Pita Bakery Financing SchemeA former Connecticut resident is facing sentencing for a fraudulent scheme to get more than $3 million in financing for a purported pita bread bakery.
Hearing Over Probation Request Set In Body Fluids CaseA white former Connecticut university student accused of smearing body fluids on her black roommate's belongings is set to go before a judge for a hearing on her request for a probation program.
Ransomeware Infects Connecticut Judicial BranchThe state judicial branch says it's comupter system is down after it was infected by ransomware this morning.
Vernon Police Charge Woman With Elder AbuseVernon police are charging a woman with a case of apparent elder abuse.
Suspended Yale Student Acquitted Of Rape Charges
Malloy Not Worried About Federal Suit Over Sanctuary CitiesGov. Dannel P. Malloy says he's not concerned about the federal government possibly suing Connecticut because some of its cities are considered so-called sanctuary cities.
Hartford Mom Pleads Guilty In Death Of Disabled Teen SonA Connecticut woman has pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the death of her disabled 17-year-old son, who weighed just 84 pounds when he died last year.
Star Field Hockey Player Gets Probation In Shoplifting CaseThe star player on the national champion University of Connecticut field hockey team who was charged with stealing $34 in makeup has been accepted into a probation program that could clear her record.
Former ESPN On-Air Personality Files Sex Harassment LawsuitA former on-air personality at ESPN has filed a lawsuit alleging she was subjected to sexual harassment at the cable television sports giant and then ostracized for complaining about it.
Molestation Trial Of Danbury Man Ends In MistrialThe trial of a Connecticut man accused of molesting a 3-year-old girl has ended in a mistrial after the jury was unable to reach a verdict.
Settlement Reached In Lawsuit Over Educators, Alleged CultA settlement has been reached in a bizarre lawsuit that accused four Connecticut high school educators of ``indoctrinating'' three sisters into a religious cult that celebrates death and causing the siblings to suffer severe personality changes.
Groton Officer Who Was Dragged Expected Back On The JobThe Groton town police officer who was dragged during a traffic and narcotics stop this week is on the mend and officials say he should be back on the job soon.

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