U.S. Navy Secretary Ray Mabus says construction of the nuclear submarine USS Vermont should begin in about a year and construction should be completed before the end of the decade.
Groundbreaking is planned next week for construction of a 3,000-square-foot addition on the west side of the Cathedral of Saint Joseph on Farmington Avenue in Hartford.
The state Public Health Department has confirmed two cases of whooping cough at a Plymouth elementary school.
Connecticut lost jobs last month for the first time in six months, according to new numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
(Thomaston, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – Thomaston High School has been evacuated due to a bomb threat. A police department spokesman says the call came in around 9:45. A note was found in one of the bathrooms. […]
(Windam, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – Two schools in Windham were placed briefly into lockdown this morning. Just after 9:00, Windham Middle School and Sweeney School were locked down after a reported gas station robbery on West […]
At the federal campaign finance trial of former governor John Rowland, the courtroom doors were locked, and the judge this morning instructed jurors on how they will weigh the evidence when their deliberations begin.
STAMFORD, Conn. (AP) – The state Department of Public Health has confirmed that a Stamford resident contracted West Nile virus and has been treated and released from the hospital. The unidentified resident is the second […]
(Bridgeport, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – Police in Bridgeport have made a second arrest in a shooting last month that killed a 21-year-old man. The suspect, a 17-year-old, was picked up by a school resource officer at […]
A jury is scheduled to hear closing arguments in the federal trial of former Connecticut Gov. John G. Rowland, who is accused of conspiring to be paid for work on two political campaigns while disguising those payments in business deals.
A sculpture crafted from 2,000 pounds of disassembled guns has gone on display in Hartford’s Bushnell Park through early next year. Artist Michael Kalish spent four years turning the weapons into a handshake, symbolizing community unity.