President's Names May Be Dropped From Dem's Dinner
Waterbury Man Pleads Guilty To Embezzling From National GuardA Waterbury man has pleaded guilty to embezzling nearly 90-thousand dollars from the Connecticut National Guard.
Jury Clears Concert Promoter In Jackson Death A jury in Los Angeles has unanimously rejected a lawsuit filed by Michael Jackson's mother against concert promoter AEG Live. The jury decided that AEG wasn't negligent when it hired the doctor convicted of causing Jackson's death with a powerful anesthetic. The suit was filed by Jackson's mother.
Police: Three New Haven Shootings RelatedNew Haven police say three shootings Wednesday are related
Police Investigate Fight, Find Facsimile WeaponWest Haven police charged one of the participants in a disturbance with carrying a BB gun replica of a handgun.
Former Connecticut DEP Commissioner To Head Federal EPAFormer Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection commissioner Gina McCarthy has been chosen by President Obama to become the next administrator for the federal Environmental Protection Agency, replacing Lisa Jackson.
Malloy Names Sandy Hook Advisory CommissionGovernor Malloy has named the remaining 15 members to his Sandy Hook Advisory Commission, to review policy and make recommendations on gun violence prevention and public safety,
Three Charged In June Mill FireThree people have been charged in connection with a June fire that destroyed a vacant mill building in Somers.
Arrest In 1980 Cold Case MurderBridgeport police have made an arrest in the murder of a woman whose body was found in Seaside Park nearly 32 years ago.
More QU Players Arrested In Campus FightPolice say three more Quinnipiac University basketball players have been arrested on misdemeanor charges after a September campus fight that injured four students.
Cause of West Haven Teen's Death Remains Undetermined