Jurors Convict Duckett In Hartford Soccer Stadium Fraud CaseIn Bridgeport Federal Court today, jurors convicted a developer on a dozen counts in a soccer stadium swindle. James Duckett, Junior diverted hundreds of thousands of dollars that the city of Hartford intended to be paid to subcontractors to renovate Dillon Stadium.
U.S. Education Secretary Visits Hartford TodayU.S. Secretary of Education John King, Jr. will be in Hartford today.
Porcello Leads Red Sox Over Angels
Man Sentenced In Mosque ShootingA man who shot at a Connecticut mosque on the night of the November terrorist attacks in Paris has been sentenced to six months in prison.
State Supreme Court To Rule On Death PenaltyThe Connecticut Supreme Court is set to rule on whether to confirm or overturn its decision last year to abolish the state's death penalty.
Dr. King Remembered Across Connecticut Connecticut joined states across the country in remembering the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. today.
Former Marlborough Resident Convicted Of Stealing $1.7-millionA former Marlborough resident was convicted of stealing $900,000 from the city of Hartford.
Brees' 7 TDs Help Saints Top Giants, 52-49 On Last-Second FG
Hartford Fire Department Mourns Former Chief
Arrest In Death Of Hartford 1-year-oldBack in July, 1-year-old Antonio Armando Delgado, Junior was reported to be drowning in a bathtub.
Giants Build Lead And Hold It, Beat Redskins 32-21
Bradley's 4 Hits Carry Red Sox Past Blue Jays 11-4Jackie Bradley Jr. had four hits with a two-run home run and four RBIs, Rick Porcello pitched into the eighth inning and the Boston Red Sox beat the East-leading Blue Jays 11-4 Monday.