State Officials Oppose Federal Cybersecurity Legislation

State officials say proposed federal legislation could strip Connecticut residents of cybersecurity protections included in a new state law.


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Federal Charges Expected In Molly Overdoses At Wesleyan

Federal prosecutors in Connecticut say they are announcing federal charges related to the distribution of a party drug that led to the hospitalization of a dozen people at Wesleyan University in February.


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Authorities Seek Help In Finding Child Porn Suspect

Federal authorities are asking for the public’s help in tracking down a man they say helped run one of the largest online child pornography websites ever investigated by law enforcement.



State: We’ll Honor Immigrant Detenainer Requests For Serious Crimes

The Malloy administration and immigrants’ rights advocates in Connecticut have announced a legal settlement limiting the number of immigrants handed over to federal officials.


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Shot Fired In Task Force Pursuit Of Suspect

Hartford police say a suspect is in custody after a police pursuit through Hartford and East Hartford which included a brief lockdown of two schools after shots were fired in the chase.


Arrests In New Haven Gang Violence & Drug Crime Crackdown Reach 90

Federal authorities say 39 more people have been arrested in a yearlong investigation of drug crimes and gang violence in New Haven, bringing the total to 90.


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Dozens Arrested In Drug Sweep

Federal authorities have arrested dozens of people in an investigation of drug crimes and violence on the streets of New Haven.


Blogger in Connecticut Case Sentenced on Federal Charges

(Note:  Turner also faces Connecticut state charges in a case involving threats against legislators.) NEW YORK (AP) _ A right-wing New Jersey blogger has been sentenced to 33 months in prison for making death threats […]


Federal Authorities in Connecticut Go After Investment Fraud

By JOHN CHRISTOFFERSEN, Associated Press NEW HAVEN, Conn.(AP) _ The top federal prosecutor in Connecticut has vowed to use aggressive investigative techniques traditionally deployed against organized crime to root out financial fraud. U.S. Attorney David […]


High Speed Rail Gets Boost in Region

By STEPHANIE REITZ, Associated Press Writer HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Connecticut has won a major federal grant to help launch high-speed passenger rail service through the heart of southern New England. U.S. Sen. Christopher Dodd’s […]