The storms brought rain, hail and lightning with them, bringing sudden changes in the sticky weather that lingered for days over the region
Friday morning, Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy, U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, and other officials cut the ribbon on the new Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge, also known as the Q Bridge.
A global pharmaceutical company is returning to New Haven as part of Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy’s economic and job growth program, WCBS 880 Bureau Chief Fran Schneidau reported.
Jonathan J. Einhorn, attorney for Amed Villa, said Villa will plead not guilty when he is arraigned Thursday in U.S. District Court in New Haven.
Four Metro-North Railroad employees were honored Thursday morning at a breakfast in New Haven for a daring rescue along the tracks in West Haven.
A powerful committee in Hartford has taken a big step in favor of New Haven Line commuters, reports WCBS 880’s Connecticut bureau chief Fran Schneidau.
Connecticut has in hand $1.4 million in federal money and it will use that to test out so-called congestion pricing on I-95 between Greenwich and New Haven.
The cinnamon challenge is an old stunt that is making the rounds with a new generation of teens and is popping up all over YouTube and Facebook.
According to investigators, the driver was trying to out run police and lost control.
A Connecticut man has been sentenced to death for killing a woman and her two daughters during a night of terror in their suburban home.
When it comes to sports, Connecticut is in an interesting position. With the Super Bowl coming up, you have to pick a side. Are you rooting for the New York Giants or the New England Patriots?
Cell phone calls and loud games are banned on quiet cars. Riders are also urged to speak in a whisper.
Tolls went up on the New Jersey Turnpike and Garden State Parkway. Commuters in Connecticut are dealing with a more expensive ride as well.
Already known as a refuge for people from other lands, New Haven is tightening its embrace of newcomers as its mayor seeks to extend voting rights to illegal immigrants and other non-citizens, a policy challenge that comes shortly after attacks on “sanctuary cities” by Republican presidential candidates.
Some of the top ten traffic bottlenecks in the New York City area are not in the five boroughs, but those roads that go around them, according to a new study.