Morgan Leaves Mystic On 38th Voyage For the first time in more than 72 years, the Charles W. Morgan has sailed from Mystic Seaport, headed out on a nearly three-month journey to historic ports in Southern New England.
Driver, Not Passenger As First Thought, Waterbury Woman Is Charged In February AccidentState Police say a woman at first believed to have been a passenger in a fatal accident on Interstate 84 in Waterbury eight-and-a-half months ago now faces charges in the crash -- and also is charged with being the driver and with making a false statement to police.
60 Year Confinement In Wesleyan Shooting DeathJudges are mulling a sentence for a Massachusetts man found not guilty by reason of insanity in the 2009 shooting death of a Wesleyan University student.
Waterbury Woman Killed In Wrong-Way AccidentA 20-year-old Waterbury woman was killed when her car collided head-on with another vehicle on Interstate 84 in Waterbury around 11 last night.
Jury Hears Psychiatrist's TapeStephen Morgan told a psychiatrist he shot Wesleyan University student Johanna Justin-Jinich because he believed she was hacking into his computer and watching him. The jury in Middlesex Superior court saw a video of the interview today.
Psychologist: Defendant In Wesleyan Shooting Suffers From Paranoid SchizophreniaA psychologist has testified that a man charged with killing a Wesleyan University student in Connecticut in 2009 suffers from paranoid schizophrenia.
Witness: Wesleyan Shooting Suspect Researched Columbine, Virginia Tech ShootingsA Connecticut police detective who investigated the killing of a Wesleyan University student in 2009 has testified that the defendant searched the Internet the night before for information about the Columbine High School and Virginia Tech mass shootings.
Judges See Surveillance Photos From Scene Of Student's ShootingA three-judge panel in Connecticut has viewed surveillance photos showing a man charged with killing a Wesleyan University student running with a handgun at the crime scene.
Testimony Begins In Wesleyan Shooting TrialA crime scene videotape showing the aftermath of the fatal shooting of a Wesleyan University student has been shown at the trial of a Massachusetts man accused of killing her.
Psychiatric Evaluation Expected In Wesleyan Killing
"Cold Case" Playing Card Results In ArrestA Correction Department Program in which cold cases are featured on playing cards distributed to state prison inmates has resulted in its first arrest.
Defendant In Wesleyan Killing To Undergo Mental Health Assessment