Public Employee Files Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Against CityA Connecticut man has filed a lawsuit against the city of New Haven claiming he was sexually harassed by his female supervisor.
Police: Hartford Man Flees In Stolen Car With Flat TireA Hartford man is under arrest after state police say he fled troopers in a stolen car with a flat tire Monday night on Route 15 in Hamden.
Trial Date Set For Alleged Driver In Crash That Killed 4A trial date has been set for a Connecticut man who authorities say was driving an SUV that crashed in Massachusetts, killing four passengers.
Undocumented Immigrant Seeks Refuge In New Haven ChurchJust as a rally in support of Nelson Pinos of New Haven, who was facing deportation to his native Ecuador Thursday, was scheduled to get underway at the federal building in Hartford, came word that the father of three had sought refuge in a New Haven church.
Immigrant Allowed To Return Home After Living In ChurchA native of Ecuador living in Connecticut who took sanctuary inside a New Haven church last summer to avoid deportation can go home to his family.
Arrests Made In Carjacking Of College StudentsA knife was held to the drivers throat during the crime
Deportation Stay Denied For New Haven Woman
Man Gets 67 Years For Killing 1, Injuring 5 In NightclubA Connecticut man who fired a gun in a crowded nightclub four years ago, killing a 26-year-old woman and injuring five other people, has been sentenced to 67 years in prison.
Man Convicted In Convenience Store KillingA Connecticut man has been convicted of killing a convenience store clerk during a robbery more than two years ago.
Homeless Man Credited For Finding, Returning $10,000 CheckA homeless man in Connecticut says he wanted to "do the right thing" when he found and returned a $10,000 check.
Families Displaced After New Haven FireThree families have been displaced after a home caught fire in Connecticut.
New Haven Sues OxyContin Maker Over Opioid CrisisA Connecticut city is suing the company that manufactures OxyContin for "deceptive marketing" that is blamed for the city's opioid crisis.