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Poland’s President Objects To Death Penalty In Connecticut Case

The 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.


3 Connecticut Democrats are working to reintroduce stricter background checks for gun purchases. (Getty Images)

Connecticut Dems Trying To Revive Gun Control Bill

Three Connecticut lawmakers are urging Congress to expand background checks on would-be gun buyers.


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Paper: Church Open Four Years With No Certificate Of Occupancy

A 1,500-seat church in Bridgeport has apparently been operating for four years without a certificate of occupancy that certifies it’s safe.


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Sikorsky Airport Returning To Normal After Sandy

STRATFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Planes are taking off and landing again at the Igor I. Sikorsky Memorial Airport, but it could be several weeks before all lighting and navigation gear damaged in Superstorm Sandy is […]


Victim Identifies Attacker From Website Mug Shot In A Separate Crime

Rape charges have been filed against a Bridgeport man after police say a victim recognized his photo on a newspaper’s website.


Three coaches have resigned after they had players from their eighth-grade youth football team burn their third-place trophies as motivation for next season. (credit: Scott Halleran/Allsport/Getty Images)

Coaches Resign After Allowing Youth Football Team To Burn Trophies

Three 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.