Man Who Threatened Suicide And Police Officers SurrendersThe man was taken for psychiatric treatment
Lawmaker Wants State To Bail Out Amistad CreditorsA Connecticut lawmaker wants the state to bail out about 20 people and businesses in the state that are owed about $270,000 by a now-defunct organization that operated Connecticut's official flagship, the Amistad schooner.
FBI At Land Owned By Family In Homicide, Lost-At-Sea CaseThe FBI and other agencies have been at an abandoned New Hampshire property owned by the family of a man whose 2013 homicide remains unsolved.
43rd Annual Festival Of Trees Begins FridayStarting Friday, the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford celebrates the 43rd Annual Festival of Trees & Traditions.
Saint Francis Launches $15M Fundraising EffortSaint Francis Hospital and Medical Center has launched a $15 million fundraising effort to improve cancer care. The Hope and Healing campaign has already raised more than $10 million dollars in its "silent phase."
Veteran Lawmaker Boukus Dead At 73Democratic State Representative Betty Boukus, who spent 22 years in the legislature, has died.
Yale Committee Recommends Standards For College Name ChangeYale University's president has appointed a panel to consider whether to rename a residential college named for an ardent supporter of slavery.
2 Charged After ODs With Child In ResidenceState Police on Thursday arrested two people they say were apparent overdose victims with a child in the residence.
Pedestrian Struck, Killed In West HartfordA person who was struck on South Main Street in West Hartford Friday morning has died.
Man Convicted Of Stabbing Man 51 Times Gets 45 YearsA New Haven man convicted of fatally stabbing a man 51 times in his apartment three years ago is headed to prison.
Skateboarder Struck, Killed In Enfield Hit-And-RunPolice in Enfield say a young man on a skateboard has been killed by a driver who left the scene.
Caged Roosters SeizedDiscovery made during routine Department of Revenue Services inspection