Giants' Thomas Back At Practice New York Giants cornerback Terrell Thomas practiced Tuesday for the first time since training camp opened.
Former Tribal Chair Found Guilty In Embezzlement A former chairman of the tribe that owns Connecticut's Foxwoods Resort Casino was convicted Wednesday of stealing about $100,000 from his Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation to pay for limousine service trips for his mother and satellite radio, cable TV and other personal expenses for himself.
Mashantucket Pequot Treasurer Barred From Doing Business With Federal Gov'tThe treasurer for the tribe that owns and operates the Foxwoods Resort Casino has been barred from doing business with the federal government.
Police Announce Reward In 2010 MurderNew Haven police have announced a $25,000 reward for information in a murder two three years ago in the Dixwell neighborhood.
Two Spring-Semester Football Recruits Enroll At UConnTwo new football recruits are enrolled at the University of Connecticut as of Tuesday, and will take pert in spring practice and pre-season conditioning.
Plea Again Scheduled In "East Coast Rapist" Case The suspect in a series of rapes and sexual assaults along the East Coast over the last 15 years is again scheduled to plead guilty.
Plea Deal For "East Coast Rapist" Falls ThroughA plea deal for a Connecticut man accused of a series of rapes along the East Coast has fallen through after the defendant told a judge he wasn't sure he knew what he was doing.
Giants Prepare For Possibility Of Season Without ThomasWith the status of Terrell Thomas' injured right knee uncertain, the New York Giants are hoping for the best and preparing to make changes in case the veteran cannot play this season.
New Haven Man Indicted In Virginia 'East Coast Rapist' CaseA New Haven man who is the suspect in a series of rapes along the East Coast has been indicted in Virginia and could stand trial this summer.
Police: New Haven Man Confessed To Some "East Coast Rapist" CrimesThe man accused by prosecutors as the East Coast Rapist confessed to police after his arrest that he raped two teenage trick-or-treaters in Virginia in 2009, but only after complaining that a police sketch that was plastered across the Mid-Atlantic failed to accurately portray him, according to court testimony Thursday.
Extradition To Virginia For 'East Coast Rapist' SuspectA Superior Court judge has agreed to send a Connecticut man suspected in rapes along the East Coast to Virginia, where he faces more charges and a longer sentence if convicted.
"East Coast Rapist" Suspect Due In CourtA Connecticut man awaiting trial on charges in a series of rapes and other attacks along the East Coast is due back in court.
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