Water Supply Emergency Declared For WaterburyThe drought that continues to grip Connecticut has led to the declaration of a 30-day water supply emergency for the City of Waterbury.
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.
Probate Judge Granted Program That Could Erase Attack ChargeA Connecticut probate judge charged with choking his wife was accepted into a diversionary program on Tuesday that could result in charges against him being dismissed.
Connecticut Woman Gets 4 Years In Fatal Hit-And-RunA Connecticut woman who ran from the scene of a crash that left a young mother of two dead has been sentenced to four years in prison.
Malloy Says I-84 Widening Ahead Of Schedule By 10 MonthsGov. Dannel P. Malloy says the widening of Interstate 84 in Waterbury is ahead of schedule.
Waterbury Teenager Pleads Guilty To Robbery ChargesA Waterbury teen who terrorized victims in two armed robberies before leading a police chase in a stolen vehicle along with four others has pleaded guilty to first-degree robbery.
Investigation Launched Into Waterbury 911 CallTelecommunicator has been placed on administrative leave
Maine Gov. LePage: Most Drug Dealers Arrested Are Black, HispanicMaine Gov. Paul LePage is in hot water once again for comments about drug dealers arrested in the state, saying photos he's collected show more than 90 percent of them are black or Hispanic.
Man Facing Charges In Connection With Fatal Heroin OverdoseA Connecticut man is facing charges after authorities say he distributed heroin that led to an overdose death.
Police: Teens Planned Deadly Waterbury Chinese Food Delivery RobberyTwo delivery people from a Chinese restaurant were attacked when they were bringing food to the area of 70 Linden Street last night.
Shooting Leaves 4 Wounded In WaterburyFour people were shot at a nightspot early this morning in Waterbury.
One Year Sentence For Former Marshal In Sex CaseAs part of a plea agreement, a former judicial marshal was sentenced to a year in prison today, mostly for sex-related charges.