One of Puerto Rico’s Ten Most Wanted was picked up in Norwich Monday during a traffic stop.
Overtime pay for Connecticut state workers has increased despite a goal set by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to cut overtime spending by 10 percent.
The attack submarine USS Virginia has returned to Groton following a six-month deployment.
An engineering unit is the first Connecticut National Guard unit to deploy in 2014.
Pop singer accused of hitting a Toronto limo driver in the back of the head last month.
The widow of a man found hanged in a Spanish prison cell after being arrested in a fatal Connecticut jewelry heist is suing a Delaware company over her inability to collect life insurance.
A strong earthquake out to sea shook Puerto Rico early Monday, causing minor damage in some places.
Prosecutors say a former defense contractor engineer has been charged with stealing proprietary information about the Air Force F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Program and military jet engines that he tried to ship to Iran.
A Connecticut man is one of more than two dozen Greenpeace activists freed by Russia in a Christmas Day amnesty, but Peter Willcox of Norwalk, captain of the vessel Arctic Sunrise, said they never should have been charged at all.
Church bells tolled in Newtown on Saturday to mark the anniversary of the shooting massacre that killed 26 people at Sandy Hook Elementary School, and President Barack Obama called on Americans to help prevent future violence in a radio address on the tragedy.