Police: Driver Ends Up In CanalThere were no serious injuries early this morning when Windsor Locks Police say a car traveling at a high rate of speed drove into a canal at the intersection of Church and Main Streets.
Police: Man Pointed Pellet Gun At Victim After Traffic CrashAn East Windsor man is under arrest, accused of pointing what turned out to be a pellet gun at a man after he rear ended him Monday night.
Windsor Locks Says It's Still In Casino GameOn the heels of a development agreement for a proposed casino in East Windsor that passed over the weekend, neighboring Windsor Locks officials insist they're still in the running for a gaming venture.
Tribes Say They're 'Days' Away From Unveiling Casino SiteOfficials from Connecticut's two federally recognized tribes say they're days away from announcing a location for their proposed jointly owned casino near the Massachusetts border.
Low-Cost Norwegian Air Promises Bargain Flights To EuropeLow-cost carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle is promising cheap trans-Atlantic flights when it starts service to Europe this summer from Connecticut, and Rhode Island and New York's Hudson Valley.
De-Icing Truck Catches Fire at Bradley AirportIn an unrelated incident, two people were injured in a New Haven transit bus accident during a snowstorm, but it was not immediately clear if weather was a factor in the crash.
Protest Of Trump Travel Ban At BradleyProtesters turned out by the hundreds at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks Sunday to demand an end to President Donald Trump's ban on travelers from seven Muslim nations.
Windsor Locks Residents Divided On CasinoSome residents welcome the jobs a casino would bring, but others worried about the social cost of gambling addiction.
Police: Man Stabbed Two Coworkers In Windsor LocksA Hartford man is accused of stabbing two coworkers Tuesday night at the C&S Wholesale Grocers warehouse in Windsor Locks.
Three-Day Mock Mass Fatality Exercise UnderwayThe Connecticut Department of Public Health is hosting a mock exercise to test the state's and federal government's response to a hypothetical terrorist bombing on a Metro-North commuter train.
Connecticut Hosting Three-Day Mock Mass Fatality Exercise The Connecticut Department of Public Health is hosting a mock exercise to test the state's and federal government's response to a hypothetical terrorist bombing on a Metro-North commuter train.
East Windsor Police: Cocaine Sold At Local BusinessesEast Windsor police say three people are under arrest and they are seeking a fourth person in connection with drug sales at local businesses.