New Haven Man Gets Decade In Prison For Cocaine Trafficking New Haven man has been sentenced to a decade in federal prison after pleading guilty to cocaine trafficking.
Man Wounded In Late Night ShootingPolice in New Haven are investigating a late Friday night shooting.
Blumenthal Hosts Town Hall TodayWith Congress in recess, many lawmakers have gone back home states to their constituents to get an earful on a variety of topics during emotional and often loud town hall meetings.
Judge: Mentally Ill Murder Suspect Can Be Forcibly MedicatedA Connecticut judge has ordered a mentally ill man charged with killing a Yale University doctor to be forcibly medicated so he can stand trial.
Teen Allegedly Driving SUV In Crash That Killed 4 ArraignedAuthorities have publicly identified the Connecticut teenager they say was driving a stolen SUV that crashed in Massachusetts last month killing four passengers.
New Haven Man Convicted Of Fatal Shooting During Pot DealA New Haven man has been found guilty of murder for shooting another man in the face during an argument over a bag of marijuana.
Construction Halted On New Haven Mosque With Too-tall MinaretsAfter exceeding a city height limit, builders of a mosque on New Haven's outskirts are wrestling with how to cut 24 feet from its soaring, crescent-topped minarets.
De-Icing Truck Catches Fire at Bradley AirportIn an unrelated incident, two people were injured in a New Haven transit bus accident during a snowstorm, but it was not immediately clear if weather was a factor in the crash.
Injuries Reported In New Haven Bus CrashNew Haven police say two people were taken to area hospitals for treatment following a bus crash Thursday morning, as the snow was coming down.
Judge Won't Dismiss Murder Charge In 2014 SlayingA Connecticut judge won't dismiss a murder charge against a New Haven man accused of fatally shooting another man nearly three years ago.
New Haven Man Gets 55 Years In 2012 Fatal ShootingA New Haven man convicted of killing a man who was found shot to death in his car nearly five years ago is headed to prison.
Attorney Says Police Responsible For Protest ProblemsAn attorney representing protesters who blocked a Connecticut highway on Saturday says police are responsible for problems at the demonstration, including the delay of an ambulance caught in the traffic backup.

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