Federal prosecutors say a judge should allow a witness to testify against a British citizen who pleaded guilty in Connecticut to supporting terrorists through websites.
A former Waterbury police detective has been sentenced to five months in prison for obstructing a tax investigation.
An East Haven woman has been sentenced to time already served of about 10 months for threatening to bomb and shoot up Gateway Community College.
The U.S. military has failed to upgrade the discharges of Vietnam veterans who developed post-traumatic stress disorder, resulting in stigma and loss of benefits, according to a federal lawsuit filed Monday.
New Haven state Rep. Gary Holder-Winfield took the oath on Friday, days after being elected to represent the Senate’s 10th District. He fills the seat that was vacated by Toni Harp, who was elected mayor of New Haven in November.
The newest member of the Connecticut Senate has been sworn into office.
A Super judge is allowing a lawsuit to proceed by black police officers accusing New Haven of racial discrimination over a sergeant promotion test in the same city where the U.S. Supreme Court ruled white firefighters’ civil rights were violated over a promotion test.
The U.S. Coast Guard routinely violates its procedures and regulations intended to protect service members from erroneous discharges for personality or adjustment disorders, a veterans group and Yale Law School students alleged Thursday.
No one was injured when a Shore Line East train carrying 14 passengers derailed around 5 p.m. Monday.
WINSTED, Conn. (AP) – Four members of a Connecticut high school wrestling team who participated in a regional tournament last weekend have been disciplined after being caught sharing a marijuana cigarette. Officials at the Gilbert […]