State Officials Warn Of Invoice ScamThe Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection is warning state businesses about an invoice scam.
Bentley Among Vehicles Seized During Drug RaidA Bentley luxury sedan was among several vehicles seized from a Groton business during a drug raid.
Intoxicated Man with Weapons and Ammunition ArrestedSuspect taken into custody without incident
Governor Continues Push For Passage Of Second Chance Society 2.0Governor Malloy says without passage the state budget will take a 15 million dollar hit
Malloy: Budget Faces $15 M Cut If Criminal Justice Bill DiesGov. Dannel P. Malloy says the state's budget could face a $15 million cut if Connecticut lawmakers don't return in a special session to pass his criminal justice reform bill.
Passing Drivers Save Women From Burning Car In MilfordMilford firefighters are grateful for the actions of several drivers, who stopped to help two women trapped in a burning car late Saturday night.
Yale Commencement Includes First ROTC Graduates Since 1970sDefense Secretary Ashton Carter handed out commissions Monday to the Yale's first ROTC graduating class in more than four decades.
Woman With Locker Full Of Cash Sentenced On Drug ChargesA 26-year-old woman has been sentenced to prison on a federal drug charge after police discovered $800,000 inside an East Hartford storage locker she was renting.
Extra Security At Ansonia Schools After Anonymous StatementPolice were at all Ansonia Public Schools this afternoon, after an "anonymous concerning statement" was made on social media.
Connecticut's High School Graduation Rate Hits Record HighConnecticut's high school graduation rate reached a record high of 87.2 percent last year, according to state officials.
Store Robbery Probe ContinuesBristol police continue to look for the person held up a city convenience store earlier this month in which a clerk was struck upside the head with a rock.
Connecticut Seatbelt Use Drops Below National AverageAs the state embarks on the national campaign to remind motorists and passengers to use their seatbelts, comes word that compliance in Connecticut has dropped a bit below the national average.