Three Sent To Hospitals After East Hartford FireNeighbors helped to get residents out of a burning two-family home on Saunders Street in East Hartford early Tuesday morning.
East Hartford Memorial Day Parade OffThe cancellation of a decades-old Memorial Day parade in East Hartford has resulted in a flap between town officials about who is responsible.
Officials: Worker Fell To Death After Excavator Tipped OverThe state Department of Transportation says a construction worker fell to his death from an excavator that tipped over on state Route 2.
State Police Detectives Investigate Fatal East Hartford Construction Site AccidentState Police Detectives from the Fire and Explosion Investigation Unit (FEIU) are investigating a fatal excavator accident.
Police Identify Dead Mother Of Left-Alone ChildPolice have identified an East Hartford woman who was dead for days while her 3-year-old daughter was alone and survived on cereal inside their home.
Police: Girl, 3, Lived Alone With Dead Mom For Several DaysAuthorities in East Hartford say a 3-year-old girl was found living alone with her dead mother and with nothing to eat but cereal for several days in an apartment.
Man Killed By PlowThe victim was struck at a Main Street apartment complex
Man Sentenced On Bank Robberies; Says He Needed Bail MoneyA Connecticut man authorities say robbed two banks to raise money to bail his girlfriend out of jail has been sentenced to almost six years in prison.
Second Arrest Made In January ShootingThe victim survived multiple gunshot wounds
Two Charged With Weapon, Drugs In HartfordHartford police say they've arrested two men on weapons and drug charges after the suspects were spotted Tuesday.
Mom Pleads Guilty To Witness Tampering In Son's Arson CaseThe mother of a Connecticut teenager who was accused of setting five fires in Enfield has pleaded guilty to charges she tried to undermine prosecutors' case against her son.
Court Upholds Competency Ruling In 1997 Kidnapping CaseThe state Appellate Court has upheld a ruling that a Connecticut man convicted of kidnapping his wife nearly two decades ago was competent to represent himself at his trial.

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