Bristol Police are looking for an armed robbery suspect.
A Portsmouth, Virginia man admitted to police he set fire to his brother’s Haddam home Thursday morning.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy took advantage of petitioning candidate Joe Visconti’s first appearance at a gubernatorial debate Thursday to criticize Republican Tom Foley’s nuanced position on Connecticut’s gun control legislation, praising Visconti for his outspoken opposition to the law.
East Windsor Police are looking for the man who attempted to rob an employee at gunpoint after she closed the Nutmeg State Federal Credit Union on Prospect Hill Road shortly after 7 o’clock Thursday night.
The toddler injured in a two-vehicle crash on Route 20 in Granby a week ago has died of his injuries.
East Hartford Police have charged an 18-year old woman with manslaughter and other charges in connection with the discovery of the body of a newborn baby boy in a trash can two months ago.
Multiple sources are reporting that the patient being monitored at Yale-New Haven Hospital did not test positive for the Ebola virus.
UConn President Susan Herbst gave the campus a preview of the school’s new master plan, which she says will create distinctive campus districts in Storrs and concentrate growth in areas where development already exists.
Meriden police are looking for a man who broke in through a bedroom window and sexually assaulted a ten-year-old girl early Thursday morning.
Test results are expected back by tomorrow, on a patient who is hospitalized in New Haven with possible symptoms of ebola.
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.