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Gun Buyback Saturday In Hartford

A gun buyback program is taking place this weekend in Hartford.  It’s the fourth year city officials and the hospitals are taking part in an effort to get unwanted guns off the streets. Last year, […]


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State Police Release Holiday Traffic Numbers

Connecticut State Police concluded a busy Thanksgiving holiday enforcement detail at midnight. Lieutenant Paul Vance said they recorded three fatalities among the over 400 accidents investigated between last Wednesday and midnight Sunday.  Fifty-nine were injured, […]


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Hartford Murder Rate On Decline

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ The rate of killings in Hartford is on track to be among the lowest this year since the early 1980s as police credit coordinated federal, state and local crime-fighting. The Hartford […]


Simsbury Town Offices.

A Year Later, Simsbury Confident With Storm Plan

Just about a year after Simsbury was among the hardest hit municipalities from an October snowstorm, town officials have already met to discuss the possibility of a visit next week in some form from Hurricane […]


Navy Submarine Base New London, Groton CT  (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Lockdown Lifted At Sub Base After Security Alert

A security alert that briefly closed the Navy’s submarine base in Groton was triggered by a vehicle that entered through the wrong lanes at the main gate.


New England Mining Companies Sued For Mine Safety Violations

Federal authorities are suing three companies in Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Hampshire they say committed mine safety violations and repeatedly ignored orders to pay nearly $268,000 in civil penalties.


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Two Burned In Waterbury Special Olympics Torch Accident

Two people were burned in an accident involving the Special Olympics torch.


Former Connecticut Department of Public Safety Commissioner Henry Lee in 2004. (PATRICK LIN/AFP/Getty Images)

Henry Lee Says He Helped In China Death Mystery

prominent Connecticut forensic scientist Henry Lee said Chinese police asked him to analyze an unidentified blood sample, in a possible link to a spiraling political scandal in which a senior official was sacked amid allegations that his wife murdered a British man.


A vehicle that may have struck a woman near the intersection of John Street and Park Street in Hartford, May 12, 2012. Surveillance camera image released by Hartford Police.

Police Release Security Camera Images In Hit-and-run Crash

Police say the dark colored SUV or minivan may have been a Jeep or a Land Rover. It may have damage to the front driver’s side.



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