Power Outage May Be To Blame For Two-Vehicle CrashAuthorities are investigating whether a power outage is to blame for a two-vehicle crash in Connecticut.
Escaped Inmate's Tattoo: Time Waits For No OneConnecticut prison officials say an inmate who escaped from a medium security prison this weekend has a tattoo on his neck that reads, "Time Waits For No One."
State Police Adding Patrols, DUI Checkpoints For New Year'sConnecticut State Police are setting up DUI checkpoints and ramping up patrols through New Year's Day in an effort to cut down on drunken driving.
School Virtual Shooter Training Program Aimed At SurvivalA new school shooting simulator program has been developed, based in part on insight by a mother from Newtown whose child died at Sandy Hook.
Health Officials: Flu Now Widespread In ConnecticutConnecticut health officials say flu is now widespread in the state.
Elizabeth Esty: 'Unspeakable' That Congress Would Expand Gun Owner Rights In BillThe House has approved a Republican bill making it easier for gun owners to legally carry concealed weapons across state lines.
School Closes Over Asbestos Concerns, Students Not At RiskA Connecticut school has closed for the rest of the week over asbestos concerns.
Fire Reported at Natural Gas Power PlantFirefighters have responded to a blaze at a Connecticut power plant.
Malloy Signs Bill To Study Millstone Nuclear Plant's FutureGov. Dan Malloy has signed legislation that could potentially change the rules for how the Millstone Nuclear Power Station in Waterford sells the electricity it generates.
Nuclear Power Plant Identifies, Stops Hydrogen LeakAuthorities say a small hydrogen leak at a nuclear power plant in the Connecticut town of Waterford has been addressed.
Washington State, Seattle Are Latest To Sue Opioid MakersWashington state and the city of Seattle on Thursday joined more than two dozen other government entities across the country suing to hold opioid makers accountable for an addiction crisis that has claimed thousands of lives.
Judge: City Can Proceed With Lawsuit Against Opioid MakerA Washington city can proceed with its lawsuit seeking to hold the maker of the pain medication OxyContin liable for damages to the community, a federal judge ruled in Seattle.