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Glastonbury Couple Sues Arby'sA Connecticut couple says Georgia-based Arby's restaurants failed to prevent hackers from stealing customer information at hundreds of its stores.
Bears Wideout Testifies At Hernandez Murder TrialChicago Bears wide receiver Deonte Thompson has testified in the double-murder trial of ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez.
Arraignment For Hartford Teen's Alleged KillerA 17-year-old from Hartford charged with murdering a 15-year-old boy from the city will be tried as an adult.
Democrats Push Bill To Limit Outside Money For CampaignsDemocratic leaders of the Connecticut House of Representatives say they're optimistic a bill that attempts to reduce the amount of outside money spent on state elections will clear a key legislative hurdle.
Legal Arguments Over Student's Chinese Tick IllnessLegal arguments were delivered today, in an appeal of part of a $41.5-million award won by a teenage girl who contracted a tick-borne illness on a school trip to China.
Man Hit By Vehicle In Meriden DiesAuthorities say a Meriden man who was struck by a car while attempting to cross a busy thoroughfare in Wallingford last month has died from his injuries.
Suspected Church Burglar ArrestedSouth Windsor police are charging a man with burglarizing a church in town over the weekend.
Group Seeks To Toughen Sex Trafficking PenaltiesA group working to combat sex trafficking in Connecticut is focusing this year on legislation that would toughen penalties for the buyers.
Three Shot In BridgeportPolice in Bridgeport say a shooting sparked by a dispute over a stolen dirt bike has left three men injured.
Authorities Search For Missing Hiker In PlainvilleAuthorities say they plan to continue searching for a missing hiker who was last seen near the Metacomet Trail in Plainville over the weekend.
Clinton Police Seek The Publics HelpThe Clinton Police Department is attempting to identify four subjects involved in shop lifting at Clinton Crossings.
National Popular Vote Bill Still Alive, Awaits House Action It's now up to the House of Representatives to act on legislation that would require Connecticut to join a group of states wanting to pool their Electoral College votes for the presidential candidate who wins the popular vote.

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