Spring Storm Could Bring 3-4 Inches Of Snow Across ConnecticutSouthern New England is getting hit by a second consecutive day of April snow.
Rhode Island Governor: Iceland Video Goof May Draw TouristsRhode Island's governor says people searching for Iceland online are finding her state instead because of a goof in its tourism video and she's hoping they'll visit.
Home of Convicted Former NFL Player Aaron Hernandez For SaleThe home of former New England Patriots star tight end and convicted murderer Aaron Hernandez is on the market.
Federal Judge Assigned To 38 Studios Case Steps AsideA federal judge has recused himself from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's lawsuit over the state's $75 million deal with 38 Studios, the failed video game company owned by former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling.
Board OK'd 38 Studios Settlement Without Knowing Who Would PayRhode Island's economic development agency says officials who approved a partial $12.5 million settlement last year in the agency's lawsuit over its $75 million deal with ex-Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling's 38 Studios did so without knowing where exactly the money would come from.
Engineer In Deadly Derailment RetiresWilliam Rockefeller awarded disablity pension
Federal Files: Marathon Bomber Passed US Citizenship TestBoston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev passed the U.S. citizenship test and denied terrorism links just months before he and his brother detonated two pressure cooker bombs that killed three people at the race's finish line.
New London Area Heroin OD EpidemicTotal of 14 overdoses, one of which resulted in a death.
Tate George Sentenced In Ponzi Scheme CaseGeorge maintains his innocence
More Revealed About GE Boston DealMillions in incentives offered by the state and city
Former UConn Star Could Learn His Fate ThursdaySentencing expected for Tate George's 2013 wire fraud convictions
Accused Pricey Wine Thief Due In CourtAllegedly stole $4,800 bottle of wine from Groton restaurant