Lilian, Grace and Sarah Badger (From memorial program/John Moore/Getty Images)

No Criminal Charges In Fatal Christmas Day Fire

The Stamford State’s Attorney says he will not file criminal charges related to a Christmas morning fire that killed three girls and their grandparents.


Lilian, Grace and Sarah Badger (From memorial program/John Moore/Getty Images)

Fund In Memory Of Christmas Fire Victims Will Support Arts In Schools

The father of three girls killed in a Christmas morning fire in Connecticut says he’s channeling his grief into a project that supports school arts programs in their memory.


Prosecutors Meet With Father Of Christmas Fire Victims

Prosecutors have met with the father of three girls killed in a Christmas morning fire in Stamford as part of their investigation of the blaze.


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Investigators Question Fire Survivors

Investigators have interviewed a New York City advertising executive whose three daughters and parents died in a Christmas morning fire at her Connecticut home.


NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 05: Matthew and Madonna Badger watch as the caskets carrying the bodies of their three daughters arrive for funeral services on January 5, 2012 in New York City. Hundreds of people attended the service at St. Thomas Episcopal Church to remember Lilian Badger, 9, and her twin sisters Sarah and Grace, 7, who died in a fire in Stamford, CT along with their grandparents on Christmas morning. The girls' mother, Madonna Badger, and her friend Michael Borcina were the only survivors of the fire, attributed to a bag of smoldering ash and embers left in a first-floor mudroom. Officials reported the girls had wanted the ash out of the fireplace so that Santa Claus could come through the chimney.  (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

“My Girls Are In My Heart”

The mother of the three young girls who died during a Christmas morning fire delivered a heartbreaking eulogy to her “girl tribe” at their somber funeral in New York City on Thursday.


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Stamford Victims Died Of Smoke Inhalation

Five family members who were killed in a Christmas morning house fire in Stamford died of smoke inhalation, the Connecticut medical examiner said Wednesday.


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Scene Of Fatal Fire Torn Down

A Stamford fire official says a house where five people died in a Christmas morning fire has been torn down because it was unsafe.


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Victims Of Christmas Fire Identified

A fire tore through the home of an advertising executive in a tony neighborhood along the Connecticut shoreline Sunday, killing her three children and both of her parents on Christmas morning.