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Malloy's office and Connecticut's top prosecutor are working privately with lawmakers to craft legislation that would block the public release of certain records from the Newtown school massacre and possibly other crimes. Chief State's Attorney Kevin
Transportation officials said Tuesday would be the last day of hampered rail commutes from Connecticut to New York City because of last week's train accident. A Metro-North train derailed Friday and sideswiped another train, injuring 70 people and
A grass fire that charred about 4 acres between Brentwood and Antioch on Tuesday morning has been extinguished, a battalion chief said. The fire, which broke out about 10 a.m., ran alongside Highway 4 near Lone Tree and Jeffrey Ways, near the old
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Malloy's choice for Connecticut's Child Advocate is stepping down after less than nine months on the job. In a resignation letter submitted on Monday, Jamey Bell said she is leaving to become the new executive director of Greater Hartford Legal Aid.
Conn. (AP) Hartford police and the city's hospitals are teaming up to offer a daylong gun buyback program, giving out gift cards in exchange for working weapons. Connecticut residents can drop off unwanted firearms at the Community Renewal Team's
But his team surprised him; the Eagles are 12-3 and have won eight in a row. The Eagles, 10th in The Courant's area rankings, beat South Windsor Monday 5-1 after losing to the Bobcats 5-3 on April 24. Their two other losses are to Berlin, seventh in
On Thursday, he was working out with Ryan Boatright and assistant coach Karl Hobbs. "My mindset is going to be 'destroy,' even though they're my teammates," he said. "Practices are going to be like the games for me this year." Purvis, the 6-foot-3
Conn. (AP) Members of Connecticut's congressional delegation are attempting to secure federal funds to help Newtown build a new elementary school after last year's massacre and they say senators owe the residents after failing to support legislation
Conn. (AP) Connecticut lawmakers are considering a bill that requires police officers to record additional details of their traffic stops. The legislation, which passed the Senate unanimously on Wednesday, stems from recommendations from the Racial