Man Linked To Art Heist Seeks Prison Release In Weapons CaseA reputed Connecticut mobster who authorities say is the last surviving person of interest in the largest art heist in U.S. history wants to await sentencing in an unrelated weapons case at his home.
Connecticut To Close Another Prison Amid Falling PopulationConnecticut plans to close another prison in response to declining crime rates and a falling inmate population.
Police: Woman Mailed Opioids To PrisonPolice have charged a woman who they say sent drugs to an inmate at a Connecticut prison by fitting them into envelopes containing sports schedules.
Former Governor To Get Early Release From PrisonConnecticut's former governor who was twice convicted on felony charges is set to be released early from a federal minimum-security prison in Pennsylvania.
Man Gets Prison In Murder-For-Hire Attack, Drug OperationMan will serve a 16-year sentence.
Hundreds March, Rally For Former InmatesThe "Nothing About Us Without Us March For Justice" drew hundreds of people to downtown Hartford Wednesday evening.
Auditors: State Failing To Collect Money From InmatesConnecticut auditors say the state Department of Correction hasn't complied with a law requiring them to set up and begin collecting money from inmate savings accounts to help pay for the cost of their incarceration.
Former UConn Star's Prison Sentence UpheldTate George was convicted for running a real estate ponzi scheme
Prison Time For Heroin Dealer
Former Governor Moved To Pennsylvania PrisonRowland had reported to a federal prison in Otisville, New York
Woman Being Held In Connecticut Prison DiesPrisons officials say a Massachusetts woman being held at a Connecticut prison has died.
Man Sentenced To Life As Teen Gets New 28-Year Prison TermA man who was sentenced as a teenager to life without parole for firing a gun into a group of teens, killing a 15-year-old student, has been re-sentenced to 28 years behind bars.

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