State Park drowning under investigation
Union critical of State Police leadership
Opponents to unionization of certain daycare and personal care workers are going to court after Connecticut lawmakers sent legislation to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy allowing the employees to collectively bargain over wages and benefits.
A Hebron man died Wednesday from injuries sustained last weekend in a boating accident in Union.
Two people were killed, two others injured in a single-vehicle crash early Saturday on Interstate 84 in the town of Union.
Leaders of the Connecticut State Police Union are bashing what they’re calling ticket-writing quotas by management and have revealed the location of the next increased traffic enforcement effort.
The president of New London’s police union is suing the city and Police Chief Margaret Ackley on allegations he was punished for his outspoken criticism of department management.
State Police are investigating the theft of storm drain grates from several northeastern Connecticut towns.
The first 34 of 56 Connecticut state troopers who are being laid off due to budget cuts have turned in their equipment and are without a job.
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