Farm Mark Twain Bought For His Daughter On Market For $1.8MA farm once owned by Mark Twain is up for sale in Connecticut for $1.8 million.
Lawyer's Death Ruled Suicide, Not HomicideA Connecticut prosecutor has ruled that the death of an attorney found shot in the head in a wrecked car in 2014 was not a homicide as his family believes and has closed the criminal investigation.
Connecticut High School Rallies For 6 Injured In Car CrashStudents at a Connecticut high school are rallying for four classmates who remain hospitalized after they lost control of their car and crashed it over the weekend.
Woman Admits To Stealing $250k From EmployerA Connecticut woman has admitted to stealing more than $250,000 from her employer.
Redding To Navy: Name A Ship After Our TownOfficials have requested that the U.S. Navy name a new ship after a small Connecticut town with an estimated population of 9,000 residents.
Prosecutor: No Sign Of Police Conspiracy In Lawyer DeathA Connecticut prosecutor says there is no evidence of a cover-up by police who investigated an attorney's death that was ruled a suicide.
Connecticut NAACP, Police To Discuss Lawyer's DeathConnecticut NAACP officials say they will be meeting with police as they conduct their own investigation into the death of a 35-year-old black attorney found shot in the head in a wrecked car near his home in Redding last year.
Body Of Missing Connecticut Student Found
Redding Man Missing After Swimming In South AfricaA George Washington University official says an undergraduate student has been missing since swimming while traveling in South Africa.
CT NAACP Investigating Death Of LawyerConnecticut NAACP officials are launching their own probe into the death of a 35-year-old black attorney found shot in the head in a wrecked car last year.
Abused Horses In Permanent State Possession State agriculture officials will take permanent possession of a Redding woman's two horses after she was charged with animal cruelty.
Redding Woman Wins $12 Million In Malpractice Case65-year-old Vivian Gagliano said a surgical mistake at Danbury Hospital in 2008 put her into a month-long coma.