Poland's President Objects To Death Penalty In Connecticut CaseThe president of Poland is demanding that Connecticut withdraw the death penalty against a former Trumbull man convicted of murder in the deaths of a Bridgeport woman, her 9-year-old daughter and a Milford man.
Connecticut Dems Trying To Revive Gun Control BillThree Connecticut lawmakers are urging Congress to expand background checks on would-be gun buyers.
Paper: Church Open Four Years With No Certificate Of OccupancyA 1,500-seat church in Bridgeport has apparently been operating for four years without a certificate of occupancy that certifies it's safe.
Sikorsky Airport Returning To Normal After Sandy
Victim Identifies Attacker From Website Mug Shot In A Separate CrimeRape charges have been filed against a Bridgeport man after police say a victim recognized his photo on a newspaper's website.
Coaches Resign After Allowing Youth Football Team To Burn TrophiesThree youth football coaches, including the league president, have resigned after concern from parents and league officials about an end-of-season party last month that ended in the players burning their third-place trophies.