Hearing On Prisoner's Hunger Strike Delayed Until Fall A court hearing for a Connecticut inmate who launched a hunger strike six years ago has been pushed off to the fall because of questions about travel documents.
Jets Defense Closely Knit-- But Not Tightly Wound New York Jets defensive line coach Karl Dunbar's revamped and close-knit defensive line is considered perhaps the New York Jets' biggest strength heading into training camp in a few weeks.
Toddler Dies Of Injuries In Accident; North Carolina Man To Face More ChargesWaterbury police say they expect to file an additional charge against a North Carolina man after a toddler injured in an accident on Wolcott Street died of her injuries.
Appellate Court Rejects Hunger-Striking Inmate's AppealThe state Appellate Court has rejected an appeal by a prison inmate who went on a hunger strike, ended up being force-fed under court orders and then claimed he was being abused and tortured in custody.
State Names Six To Oversee Bridgeport SchoolsThe acting state Education Commissioner has named six members to a newly created board to oversee the Bridgeport school district.
Penalties Could Be Toughened For Teachers Who CheatConnecticut's acting education commissioner wants to increase penalties against dishonest instructors.
Fall Vo-Tech Sports Programs Get ReprieveActing Education Commissioner George Coleman says the state will go ahead with sports programs at Connecticut vocational-technical schools this fall.