A New Haven man faces charges after his five-year-old daughter reported funding a gun under her pillow while staying with him.
One of two men convicted in the killings of a mother and her two daughters in a 2007 Connecticut home invasion is suing the state, claiming his rights are violated because he’s being denied kosher food in prison.
A man convicted in the brutal home invasion killings of a Connecticut woman and her two daughters in 2007 said no one was supposed to get hurt and he “just snapped” before he and an accomplice set fire to the house.
Revenue growth at United Technologies Corp. this year will likely be crimped due partly to Europe’s weak economy, the chief financial officer said Thursday.
Milford police say an attorney from Orange is charged with two counts of embezzlement after an investigation into his handling of client funds.
A man on Connecticut’s death row for killing a mother and her two daughters in 2007 wants to waive his appeals and volunteer for execution, a newspaper reported Thursday.
The chief financial officer of United Technologies Corp. says the industrial conglomerate will sell more businesses.
UConn sophomore Bria Hartley and senior Tiffany Hayes have been named to the All-Big East First Team, and freshman Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis awarded the Big East Sixth Man Award. The conference tournament begins Friday at the XL Center,
Death penalty opponents in Connecticut are hoping their efforts to repeal capital punishement will be more successful this year following the conclusion of the highly-publicized trials in the Cheshire home invasion murders.
A judge denied an effort Wednesday by attorneys for a Connecticut man charged with killing a woman and her two daughters in a home invasion to reopen their defense based on letters from a co-defendant claiming he had committed numerous murders in the past.