There were prayers Thursday evening for a critically injured police officer, hurt earlier in the day chasing down a suspect along Interstate-95 in Connecticut.
A huge turnout is expected at a public hearing in Norwalk tonight as Muslims renew their efforts to build a mosque in a residential neighborhood in the city.
When blogger Andrew Vazzano commutes from New York to Norwalk, he snaps photos of interesting people riding the Metro-North train. What he snapped on Wednesday turned out to be very interesting.
Avery Brooks, who played Capt. Benjamin Sisko on “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” and had the role of Hawk on “Spenser: For Hire” in the 1980s, is set to be arraigned in state court in Norwalk next week.
New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman was involved in a minor traffic accident. The Yankees say no one was hurt and neither car received much damage in the fender-bender Thursday night in Norwalk, Conn.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he and legislative leaders agree on 90 percent of the details of a bill that’s supposed to help grow jobs in the long- and short-term.
A passing motorist called police after spotting a woman lying at the intersection of Hunt Street and Steepletop Place in the upscale Rowayton section of Norwalk early this morning.
No one has a good explanation for why four Connecticut police officers killed themselves from April to June. For law enforcement officials gathering at a conference Wednesday, the most important question now is how to prevent others from taking their own lives.
Little black and orange Weevils are getting high marks for controlling an invasive and fast growing vine that could cause a lot of trouble if left unchecked.
As the mercury rose Thursday, temperatures continued their relentless march upward. The sweltering, baking Tri-State area broke some records as the heat wave continued for a second straight day.
It’s so hot, we could shatter records set more than seven decades ago. The blazing sun made it feel like 100 degrees on Wednesday and it’s not over yet.
Tuesday evening, Rev. Al Sharpton will be coming to Norwalk to rally support for a homeless woman who is facing criminal charges because she sent her child to a school in a district where she did not reside.
A jury awarded a Connecticut couple $58 million Wednesday after their baby was born with severe injuries in what the couple’s attorneys called the largest medical malpractice verdict in state history.
She never dreamed she would one day graduate from college and, armed with a sheepskin, be propelled into the world of restaurant and food service management.
Imagine being arrested for sending your child to the school of your choice. That’s what happened to a homeless mother who faces felony charges and 20 years in prison if convicted.