ESPN Eliminating 150 Studio, Production Jobs In Latest CutsESPN says it is eliminating 150 studio and production employees as the sports broadcasting giant continues to shift its focus to a more digital future.
School Bus, SUV Collide In BristolBristol police say six students and the driver of a school bus were taken to the hospital for evaluation Monday morning, after an SUV hit the bus at Hill Street and Terryville Avenue.
Middle School Cancels Muslim Speaker After FurorA Connecticut middle school teacher's plan to have a Muslim woman talk to students about her religion has been canceled because the teacher felt threatened by the resulting furor.
Bristol Voters Replace Mayor After Sexual Harassment AccusationsRepublican Bristol Mayor Ken Cockayne is out.
Bristol Cop Charged With DUIA Bristol police officer has been charged with operating under the influence after he was found sleeping in a vehicle on School Street in the city early Saturday, said police.
Crash Claims Life Of Man In BristolA man who sustained serious injuries in a crash in Bristol Monday night has now died.
Justice Denies Request To Reinstate Hernandez ConvictionA single justice of the highest court in Massachusetts has denied prosecutors' request to reinstate the murder conviction of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez.
Mayor Accused Of Sharing Private Photos In Political FeudA new report has revealed a Connecticut mayor shared compromising photos of a city council member in retaliation for her husband giving radio airtime to his political rival.
Police Probe Flyers With Racial OvertonesPolice in Bristol are looking for those responsible for flyers that have turned up in the city with racial overtones.
Early Morning Fire Destroys Building In BristolBristol fire and police personnel had their hands full with an early morning fire.
Group Home Death Ruled A HomicideThe victim became unresponsive while being restrained.
ESPN Suspends Anchor Who Called Trump a 'White Supremacist'"In the aftermath, all employees were reminded of how individual tweets may reflect negatively on ESPN and that such actions would have consequences. Hence this decision," an ESPN statement said.