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Threats Made Against SchoolsThreats were made against schools in several Connecticut communities.
Former VP of Stamford Company Accused of Insider TradingA former executive of a Stamford-based company has been accused of insider trading.
Shoreline Cities Preparing For SnowstormOfficials are taking precautions for a weekend snowstorm in cities and towns along Connecticut's shore, which is expected to be the hardest hit part of the state.
Stamford High Basketball 'Mob' Attack Results in ArrestPolice have arrested a 19-year-old man for his alleged role in a group attack on two teenage students following a high school basketball game in Stamford.
Former Stamford Cop Pleads Not Guilty To Felony LarcenyA former Stamford police officer has denied charges stemming from when he allegedly vacationed in Hawaii instead of reporting for training with the U.S. Army reserves.
Connecticut Fetal Death Lawsuit SettledA Connecticut doctor has settled a lawsuit that sparked a debate over when a fetus can be considered a person for legal purposes.
State High Court: Killer's Conversations With Husband Not ConfidentialA law protecting married couples' conversations as confidential doesn't apply to a convicted killer whose husband testified at trial about incriminating statements she made, the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday in a love-triangle murder case.
Stamford Cop Fired Over Hawaii Vacation A vacation to Hawaii not only cost a former Stamford police officer his job, but also led to criminal charges being brought against him.
Child Struck By VehicleVictim hospitalized with serious injuries
Stamford Police Seek Burglary SuspectStamford police are looking for information that could lead to the arrest of a suspect in a pair of recent burglaries at city businesses.
Homeless Man Charged With Living On YachtPolice have arrested a 53-year-old homeless man after he was discovered to be living on someone else's boat docked at a Stamford marina.
Stamford White House Fence Jumper Released From CustodyA college student who jumped over the White House fence while draped in an American flag has been released from custody and ordered to live with his mother in Connecticut until his case is resolved.

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