Guilty Plea To Watertown Murder Of Mother And SonA 38-year-old man has pleaded guilty to murdering a mother and son inside their Watertown home in July, 2012.
Jets Waive Turner; Hill In Running For Rookie Of Week
Babysitter Charged After Toddler's Fall From WindowA Hartford babysitter has been charged with risk of injury to a minor after a 2-year-old boy she was responsible for was found injured in a city street after falling from a window.
Charges Upgraded Against Suspects In Deaths of Watertown Mother And SonA suspect held in Maryland on charges in connection with the motor vehicle missing from a Watertown home where the bodies of a mother and son were found now faces capitol felony murder and other charges in the deaths of the two.
Two Arrested In Investigation Of Watertown DeathsA man and woman are in custody in Maryland, in connection with the investigation of the deaths of a mother and son whose bodies were found in their home in Watertown earlier this month.
Turner Injury Sends Wright To Shortstop; Mets Fall To PhilliesThe Mets, who had won three in a row and six of their last eight, found themselves on the losing end Monday, defeated by the Phillies 8-4 at Citi Field,
17-Year-Old Killed In Hartford CrashHartford Police have released the name of the person killed in an accident on Barbour Street early Saturday.
Jury Finds Blogger Innocent Of Threatening Connecticut LawmakersThe Hartford Superior Court jury considering the case of New Jersey blogger Hal Turner has found him not guilty on both counts.
Blogger Trial UnderwayTrial is under way in Hartford Superior Court for a blogger arrested two years ago after urging readers to ``take up arms'' against Connecticut lawmakers.
Jury Selection Underway In Blogger's TrialJury selection began Wednesday in the trial of a blogger who was arrested two years ago for urging readers to ``take up arms'' against Connecticut lawmakers
Turner, Mets Unload On Braves' HansonJustin Turner homered twice and the New York Mets stopped a five-game losing streak with an 11-7 victory over the Atlanta Braves on Saturday night. Jason Bay and Josh Thole also connected for the Mets, who banged out 16 hits to break out of a weeklong offensive funk. New York hit four homers in a game for the first time in more than a year.
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