Judge Dismisses Father's Lawsuit Against Little LeagueA federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by a Connecticut father who said a baseball Little League demoted his 9-year-old son to a lower-level team because of the father's plans to build affordable housing next to a former league official's home.
Veterans Fund Bookkeeper Facing federal Charges
Court: Towns Can Be Sued Over Fatal RaidA federal appeals court says several Connecticut police departments can be sued over a drug raid that killed an unarmed man and injured another in 2008.
Police Hope DNA Advances Will Help Solve 35-Year-Old MurderDarien police are re-examining a 35-year-old homicide, relying on advances in DNA testing.
Police: White Powder Sent To 2 Darien Homes A Hoax
Connecticut Woman Pleads Guilty To $2 Million Tiffany TheftA former Tiffany & Company executive has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $2 million worth of merchandise from the famous Fifth Avenue jeweler.
NYC Dean Charged With Heroin Possesion In ConnecticutA dean of students at a New York City high school has been charged with drug possession in Connecticut and suspended from his job.
Ex-Tiffany Executive Arrested In Darien Home
Police Search For Gunman In Darien, NorwalkA police search in Darien and Norwalk for a reported gunman has come up empty after officials temporarily suspended Metro-North train service and asked local residents to stay indoors.
MTA Says Investigation Into Train Death Could Take Months
Pedestrian Hit At Noroton Heights Train StationMetro-North officials are investigating the death of a person struck by a New Haven Line train at the Noroton Heights station in Darien.
Hate Crime Charges Against Investment Banker Dismissed A judge has thrown out charges against an investment banker from Connecticut accused of a hate crime against a New York City cab driver.