Alleged Bear Killers In CourtOne of the Connecticut men charged in connection with the illegal killing of two bears has pleaded guilty while the other has applied for a program that could lead to dismissal of the charges.
Wilton Man Charged In Home BurglaryState Police are charging a Wilton man with burglary following an incident in the town of Beacon Falls over the weekend.
Real Estate Broker Accused Of Taking Items From HomePolice have charged a Connecticut real estate broker with taking more than $400,000 worth of personal items from a foreclosed home.
80-Year-Old Barber Charged With Sabotaging Competing ShopAn 80-year-old Connecticut barber is being charged with trying to secretly sabotage a barbershop that opened a few doors down.
Police: High School Student Fight Sparked By Urination DarePolice say a fight between students from two Connecticut high schools that sent one to the hospital was sparked by a scavenger hunt in which students were dared to urinate on their rival's football field.
Coal Miner Killed In Mine Owned By Connecticut FirmState officials are investigating a fatal accident at an underground coal mine in southern West Virginia.
Veteran Soap Actor David Canary Dies In Wilton At Age 77Longtime soap opera actor David Canary, best known for his role as twin brothers on "All My Children," has died at age 77.
UConn Student's Death Under InvestigationThe medical examiner's office is working to determine the cause of Robert Keers death.
Teen Acknowledges Role In Motorcyclist's Death A teenager has acknowledged his role in the 2008 death of a 13-year-old motorcyclist who was killed when his neck struck a rope that had been strung across a dirt-bike trail in Wilton.
'Murrow Boy,' Wilton Resident Richard C. Hottelet DiesHottelet died Tuesday night at his home in Wilton.
Viral Meningitis Confirmed At Wilton HSA pair of viral meningitis cases have been confirmed at Wilton High School, according to multiple reports.
Court: Towns Can Be Sued Over Fatal RaidA federal appeals court says several Connecticut police departments can be sued over a drug raid that killed an unarmed man and injured another in 2008.