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Land Swap Deal Dead

Developers have pulled out of a deal with the state to swap land they own for 17 acres of state-owned property along the Connecticut River in Haddam, where they had talked about building a hotel and entertainment venue.


Adam Gault (Courtesy Bloomfield Police)

Court Rejects Appeal In Court Records Case

The Connecticut Supreme Court has rejected an appeal in a case that could have restricted the release of records routinely used by the media to report crime stories.


Stamford Police badge. From Stamford Police web site.

Stamford Man’s Body Found Under Boat

Stamford police are investigating the apparent drowning of a 68-year-old city man whose body was found under his boat after friends reported him missing.


Stamford Police badge. From Stamford Police web site.

Police: Woman Reported Missing In 1990 Was Murdered

Stamford police for the first time are saying that a woman whose skull was discovered two decades ago was murdered and they’re asking for the public’s help in a new effort to solve the case.


Darnell Stellmacher. Photo courtesy of Vernon Police.

Third Arrest In Vernon Beating Of Disabled Man

Three people have been arrested in the robbery and beating of a disabled Vernon man.


Relatives of Dartanyon Blake ask for witnesses to come forward, as Hartford Police investigate his death. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.

Hartford Police Seeking Help In Possible Crash Death

Hartford Police asked for the public’s help, as detectives investigate the death of a man found on Plainfield Street on the afternoon of Wednesday, Feburary 15.


Students rally at Trinity College in support of beating victim, and fellow student Chris Kenny. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.

Trinity Rally For Beaten Student

Hundreds of Trinity College students gathered on a campus quadrangle this afternoon, to show support for a student who was badly beaten last weekend.


East Haven's Police Commission at their January 31, 2012 meeting.  Carl Perez is at left. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.

East Haven Police Commissioner Arrested

A member of the East Haven Board of Police Commissioners has been arrested on a charge of second-degree threatening in connection with an incident involving a 14-year-old boy.


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Some Conn. Legislators Backing Red Light Cameras

State lawmakers and advocates are resuming efforts to pass a bill allowing cities and towns the option to record drivers who blow through red lights.