Woman Injured In Hit And Run DiesStamford police say one of two people run down on a city street over the weekend has died.
Man Who Allegedly Abandoned His Daughter In NYC ArrestedThe girl led police to her Stamford home where her mother was found dead
Two Arrested In Death Of Connecticut Man Now Face Lesser ChargesTwo men arrested in the stabbing death of a Connecticut man who had attended a party at a luxury apartment in New York City are now charged with concealing a corpse and hindering prosecution.
Girl Found At NY Bus Depot Leads Cops To Slain Mom In StamfordA 5-year-old girl found abandoned inside the Port Authority bus terminal in Manhattan led police to the girl's murdered mother in Connecticut and raised questions about the girl's father.
A Dozen Rescued Off StamfordA boat apparently struck a rock during unusually low tide
High School Student Struck, Killed By VanStamford police say an 18-year-old Stamford High School Student suffered fatal injuries Saturday morning when she was hit by a van while trying to cross Strawberry Hill Avenue.
Swim Coach ReinstatedA longtime high school swim coach in Connecticut who was placed on leave when several of his swimmers became sick after practicing in an improperly chlorinated pool has been reinstated.
Fire Scorches Stamford Condo ComplexStamford firefighters were able to make quick work of a Wednesday evening fire that threatened an entire condominium complex.
RBS Settles With Connecticut For $120 Million Over Mortgage-Back SecuritiesThe State of Connecticut and RBS Securities Inc. have reportedly reached a record $120 million settlement over the company’s underwriting of residential mortgage-back securities prior to the 2008 Great Recession.
Man Who Used Wheelchair In Rolex Theft Pleads GuiltyA Connecticut man who pretended he needed a wheelchair so he could steal a $37,000 watch from a jewelry store is heading to prison.
Man Who Scaled White House Fence Takes Plea DealJoseph Caputo of Stamford, Connecticut, appeared in federal court in the District of Columbia on Monday. He agreed to plead guilty to knowingly entering a restricted building or grounds.
Stamford Man Who Scaled White House Fence Expected To Take Plea DealJoseph Caputo of Stamford, Connecticut, is appearing in federal court in the District of Columbia on Monday.

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