Police: Woman, 24, Dies In Multi-Vehicle Crash In WaterfordPolice say a 24-year-old woman was killed and at least three other people were injured in a crash involving multiple vehicles on U.S. Route 1 in Waterford.
Man Pleads Guilty To Distributing Heroin In Overdose DeathA Ledyard man has pleaded guilty to distributing heroin that authorities say led to a fatal overdose.
Tractor Trailer Sideswipes State Police CruiserState police are searching for the tractor trailer and its driver that sideswiped a trooper's cruiser on Interstate 95 southbound in Waterford early Tuesday.
Police: BB Gun Vandals ArrestedPolice along the Connecticut shoreline say they have arrested two men suspected of going on a BB gun vandalism spree.
Millstone Reactor Shuts Down Due To Hydrogen Gas LeakThe Nuclear Regulatory Commission is investigating a hydrogen gas leak that has shut down the Millstone Unit 3 nuclear reactor.
Police: Landlord Tried To Trade Sex For RentA landlord from Waterford is under arrest on charges that he tried to set up a sexual encounter with someone he thought was a 13-year-old year-old girl.
Potentially Hazardous Materials Removed From Waterford HomeBoth local and federal authorities are investigating after a group of potentially hazardous materials were found inside a Waterford home.
State Senator Involved In Car Crash Won't Face ChargesPolice say a Connecticut state senator who crashed his car last month likely suffered a seizure at the time of the accident and will not face charges.
Preliminary Info: Maynard Was Driving On Wrong Side Of Route 32 Before CrashWaterford Police say it appears that a car driven by state senator Andrew Maynard was on the wrong side of the road, when it collided head-on with another vehicle.
State Senator Injured In One-Vehicle Crash
Arrest In Waterford Crash That Killed Three Family MembersState Police have made an arrest in a 4-vehicle crash on I-95 in Waterford last October that killed three people, including two children.
Leaking Valve Causes 'Unusual Event' At MillstoneThe Nuclear Regulatory Commission says a leaking relief valve has caused an ``unusual event'' declaration at Millstone Power Station.

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