Between October and April police officers statewide made nearly 304,000 traffic stops. About 14 percent of the stops involved black drivers and 12 percent involved Hispanics.
An attorney for a mentally disabled 19-year-old man charged with sexually assaulting another mentally disabled student in a school restroom said both were led into the situation by “able-minded” students for their own amusement.
A JetBlue flight from West Palm Beach, Florida, to Hartford, Connecticut was diverted to John F. Kennedy International Airport Sunday after a mechanical warning light went on.
Exiled baseball legend Pete Rose is returning to the bench in Connecticut — for one game only.
Two police officers from Herndon, Virginia drove to Connecticut Wednesday, to return signs stolen from playgrounds built to honor two victims of the massacre at the Sandy Hook Elementary school in Newtown.
The shooting took place on Midway Avenue at around 12:46 p.m., police said.
A Virginia man who believes the Sandy Hook school shootings were a hoax has been charged in the theft of two memorial signs in New Jersey and Connecticut – both dedicated to child victims of those shootings.
Connecticut and every other state in the nation is dealing with failing infrastructure – and no money to pay for repairs.
Thirteen high school students and a driver were injured Wednesday, when a school bus went out of control and hit a tree in Greenwich, Connecticut.
The storms Tuesday claimed a life in New Milford, Connecticut, after devastating winds tore through the area.
Rescue crews headed out on Monday in search of a missing canoeist in Norwalk, Connecticut.
A Newington, Conn., teen said she never expected Vice President Joe Biden to answer her invitation to her high school prom — seven months later.
Moo hoo. The Nutmeg State seeks to ban chocolate milk from public schools.
U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) joined colleagues from Massachusetts and West Virginia Saturday, in a call to make it easier for consumers to assess the safety record of the cruise ship they are about to board.
A new state law in Connecticut will make certain records available of adults who were adopted as children three decades ago.