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Missing Boy’s Mother Pleads Not Guilty To New Charges

The mother of a missing 5-year-oldMassachusetts boy who hasn’t been seen in months and is feared dead pleaded not guilty Friday to additional charges in the case. The child’s father, Jose Oliver, is a New Britain Resident.



Guilty Verdict In Beating Deaths Of Homeless Couple

A state jury has convicted a 62-year-old man of murder in the beating deaths of a homeless couple in New Haven a decade ago.


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East Windsor Gun Shop Owner Sentenced to Probation

The owner of a gun shop that legally sold a rifle to the Newtown school shooter’s mother has been sentenced to three years’ probation for unrelated federal firearms violations.


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Former State Senator Loses Efffort To Have Charges Against Him Dismissed

A state Superior Court judge has ruled against former state Sen. Ernest Newton II who asked for dismissal of charges of campaign finance irregularities.


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DOT Lifts Hazard Order Against Conn. Bus Driver

The U.S. Department of Transportation has withdrawn a claim that a bus driver who suffered a seizure while driving a U.S. Coast Guard Academy hockey team hid hidden a serious medical condition.


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Man Arrested In Hartford Club Shoot Up

Hartford, Conn. (CBS Connecticut/AP) – Hartford police have charged a city man with firing a gun inside a North End bar that is now closed after multiple shootings and stabbings in recent months. Thirty-five-year-old Johnny […]


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Supreme Court Finds Horses Are “Naturally” Vicious

The Connecticut Supreme Court says owners of horses or other domestic animals must prevent them from causing injuries, siding with a family whose child was bitten by a horse.


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State High Court Set To Decide On Vicious Horses

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – The Connecticut Supreme Court is releasing its decision in a case involving a horse named Scuppy that bit a 2-year-old boy in Milford eight years ago. The justices are ruling Wednesday […]



Judge Awards Custody Of Connecticut Teen To Massachusetts DCF

A Massachusetts judge has awarded permanent custody of a West Hartford teenager to the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families.