Motorcyclist Killed After Colliding With CarPolice say a Connecticut motorcyclist has died following a crash over the weekend.
Bridgeport Woman Killed In Multivehicle Crash In New JerseyNew Jersey state police have released the name of a Connecticut woman killed in a multi-vehicle accident on an interstate highway.
First Day Of Classes At New Sandy Hook Elementary SchoolIt’s the first day of classes at the brand new Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.
Motorists Urged To Use Caution As Classes BeginWith hundreds of thousands of Connecticut school children returning to classes, drivers are being urged to use caution, particularly in school zones.
Eversource Targeting Drought-Stressed TreesOne of the state's utilities is working to identify trees that have been stressed due to the drought conditions.
Babysitter Charged After Child Found Riding Trike AloneA Willimantic babysitter is under arrest after a child in her care was found riding a tricycle alone Monday morning on Gem Drive, according to police.
Yale Graduate Students File For Union Certification Graduate students who assist in teaching and research at Yale University have filed petitions seeking union certification.
Officials Plan River Update In SouthingtonSouthington fire officials and those with the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection may have more to say later today about a chemical spill last week that impacted a portion of the Quinnipiac River in town.
Man Charged In Boat Theft Milford police are charging a man after an investigation earlier this year into the theft of a boat valued at $30,000.
Police Identify Stamford Teen Gunned Down In BridgeportPolice have identified a Stamford teen who was fatally shot in what investigators believe may have been a drug deal gone bad in Bridgeport this past weekend.
1 Person Dead In Early Morning West Haven FireAuthorities say one person has died in an early morning fire at a West Haven apartment building.
Free State Fishing, Hunting Days Planned In ConnecticutConnecticut's Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is hosting two free fishing and hunting days to help mark the 150th anniversary of the agency's Bureau of Natural Resources.