Storms Bring Lightning, Floods, Take Down Trees And Power LinesMultiple rounds of severe storms brought heavy rains and dangerous winds, and knocked down trees and power lines, around the Tri-State Area late Friday.
Thieves Target Range Rovers In Upscale Fairfield County, Connecticut TownsPeople aren’t talking about it, but residents of some of the area’s wealthiest suburbs are experiencing a rash of high-end car thefts.
Contractor Will Testify In Lawsuit Filed By Father Of Girls Killed In Stamford Christmas Day FireMichael Borcina's lawyer said Thursday that Borcina will cooperate in the lawsuit filed by the children's father, Matthew Badger.
4th Of July 2016: Best (And Worst) Times To Travel In NYCHere's a list of the best times to travel this weekend in NYC, according to AAA.
Volkswagen Settles Emissions-Cheating Cases For $14.7 BillionVW admitted to installing software that turned on pollution controls during emissions testing then turned them off when the cars were on the road.
Gov. Malloy Warns Of 'Very Dangerous Situation' In New Haven Amid Heroin Overdose SpikeOfficials say more than a dozen overdoses were reported on Thursday. City spokesman Laurence Grotheer says that at least one overdose was fatal.
Police: Conn. Woman Holds Up Dunkin' Donuts, Rides Off On BicycleA worker at a Willimantic Dunkin' Donuts called 911 at 3 a.m. Thursday to report that he had been robbed by an armed woman who was whisked away on a bike.
Judge Hears Arguments On Gun Maker's Bid To Dismiss Newtown LawsuitA Connecticut judge is set to hear arguments on whether to dismiss a lawsuit against the maker of the semiautomatic rifle used by the shooter in them 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
Senate Votes Won't End Election-Year Stalemate On GunsDemocrats are expected to vote Monday to block two Republican amendments, saying they don't do enough. Republicans are expected to block two Democratic amendments, saying they threaten the rights of gun owners.
Judge To Hear Arguments In Suit Against Gunmaker By Sandy Hook Victims' FamiliesA federal judge in Bridgeport, Connecticut will hear arguments Monday on whether Remington Arms can be sued for selling the gun that Adam Lanza used in the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.
Appeals Court Upholds Conviction Of Ex-Connecticut Gov. John RowlandA federal appeals court has upheld the political corruption conviction of former Connecticut Gov. John Rowland.
Democratic Senator Wages Nearly 15-Hour Filibuster On Gun ControlAs compromise on the gun issue remained improbable, Sen. Chris Murphy stood on the Senate floor vowing to remain there "until we get some signal, some sign that we can come together.''

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