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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.
Ice Jam State Of Emergency Lifted In KentAfter 33 days, a state of emergency in the town of Kent has been lifted.
Trinity Tuition To Top 71KThe cost of attending Trinity College in Hartford is rising to more than $71,000 next year, making it the first school in Connecticut to break the $70,000 barrier.
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.
Woman Killed In Hartford Traffic CrashA 22-year-old woman is dead after a three-vehicle crash in Hartford late Monday night, and police are searching for a driver who fled the scene.
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.
Bridgeport Man Charged With Killing 16-Year-Old NieceA Bridgeport man is accused of stabbing to death his 16-year-old niece.
CT Recidivism Rates Dropping, Data ShowsConnecticut prison population rates have dropped, and according to Governor Malloy will continue to do so this year.
Teen Painted Sexual References In Catholic SchoolShelton Police say they have arrested a 14-year-old for breaking into a Catholic school and spray painting sexual references on lockers, desks and classroom walls.
6 Year Old Norwalk Girl Dies Of Flu ComplicationsA 6-year-old Norwalk girl has died of complications from the flu.
13-Year-Old Arrested After Post Shows Him Holding Gun A 13-year-old Connecticut boy has been arrested after police say he posted a photo of himself holding a handgun in a group text on social media.
Lab To Forfeit $1M For Unnecessary Urine Drug ScreensA Massachusetts-based laboratory will forfeit more than $1 million to settle claims it billed for medically unnecessary urine drug screens. Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey said Southbridge-based Precision Testing Laboratories, Inc. and owner David Fromm, of Hull, agreed to make a payment of more than $400,000 as part of the Massachusetts settlement.

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