Connecticut Troopers Make 57 Drunken Driving Arrests Memorial Day WeekendAuthorities said Tuesday that troopers also investigated 281 accidents including fatal crashes in West Hartford and North Stonington over the three-day Memorial Day weekend.
Gun Control Supporters Speak Out, With Senate Deal Reportedly NearSen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) was joined by NYPD commissioner Ray Kelly on Sunday afternoon to call on Congress to pass gun control measures including universal background checks.
Gun Buyback Events Held Across Conn. In Aftermath Of Newtown School MassacreOfficials hold a series of gun buyback events in New Haven and Bridgeport in the aftermath of the Newtown school massacre.
Linda McMahon To Repay Creditors In 1976 BankruptcyMcMahon, a Republican, has used the narrative of rising out of bankruptcy to become the successful CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment as a part of her campaign.
Connecticut Storm Response Panel Meeting To Discuss CL&P’s Response To Irene, Snowstorm The panel created to investigate the response to both Tropical Storm Irene and the freak October snowstorm meets today in Connecticut.
CL&P Now Hopes To Restore Power To All By Wednesday"Many have been cold and many more have been inconvenienced," Gov. Dan Malloy said. "This should not have happened and my job is to find out why it did and to make sure it does not happen again."
Connecticut's St. Francis Hospital Settles Abuse Lawsuits Involving Dr. George ReardonHartford's St. Francis Hospital has settled 32 lawsuits involving a now-dead doctor suspected of molesting scores of children over three decades.
Lawsuit Over Doctor's Sexual Abuse Begins Against St. Francis Hospital In HartfordA hospital failed to prevent the molestation of scores of children at the hands of one of its doctors from the 1960s through the 1980s, a lawyer told a jury Tuesday.
Sirens Around Indian Point Nuclear Plant Successfully TestedThe 172 sirens that dot four counties around the Indian Point nuclear power plants will be wailing away Wednesday.
Indian Point Nuclear Plant Back OnlineThe plant owner, Entergy Corp., said the transformer explosion on Nov. 7 was due to a failed high voltage bushing. Bushings connect the transformer to the overhead lines that carry electricity to the main electrical grid.
Concerns Raised Over Pipeline Near Indian PointThe nuclear reactors' owner, the pipelines' owner and regulators say the pipelines do not pose a threat.