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Doctor, Practice Agree To Pay $37,000 Over False ClaimsA Connecticut physician and the practice he founded have agreed to pay nearly $37,000 to settle allegations they submitted false claims to Medicare.
Hartford Responds To Yard Goats' Departure Option LetterThe minor league baseball team's options apparently include leaving Hartford.
Threats Probed In HartfordHartford police are looking into unconfirmed multiple threats at municipal addresses around the city.
Doctor, Practice Agree To Pay $37k Over False ClaimsA Connecticut physician and the practice he founded have agreed to pay nearly $37,000 to settle allegations they submitted false claims to Medicare.
NHL Commissioner To Blumenthal: Concussion-CTE Link 'Nascent'NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman's reluctance to link hits to the head in hockey with a degenerative brain disease found in several deceased former players has reached Congress.
Court: Workers Hurt In Explosion Can't Sue For NegligenceThe Connecticut Supreme Court says two workers injured in a power plant explosion that killed six other people in 2010 cannot sue a contractor for damages for alleged negligence.
Man Arrested On Charges He Stole Radioactive Device From CarA Bridgeport man has been arrested on charges he stole a soil-testing device containing radioactive material from the trunk of a car and then sold it to a local pawn shop.
Swimming Off Limits At 3 State ParksThree state parks are off limits to swimmers today due to high bacteriea levels in the water, according to the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.
Ansonia Police Seek Assault SuspectPolice in Ansonia are asking the public's help in trying to track down a city man wanted on multiple charges stemming from an alleged attack last weekend.
Police Revive Overdose VictimTwo Manchester police officers are being credited with saving the life of a man recently who had overdosed on heroin.
Guilty Pleas For Store AssailantsTwo Massachusetts men who police say were shot by a Connecticut grocer during an armed home invasion have pleaded guilty.
Judge Rules Reagan Shooter Can Leave HospitalThe man who attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan will be allowed to leave a Washington mental hospital and live full-time in Virginia, a judge has ruled.

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