Joe Ganim Declares Victory In Quest To Return To Bridgeport Mayor's OfficeFive years after he was released from prison for embezzling taxpayer dollars, Joe Ganim declared victory in his new bid for mayor of Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Bridgeport Mayoral Race Pits Ex-Con Against Baseball Team Founder, GOP CouncilmanFive years out of prison, Joe Ganim won the Democratic primary. He seeks a connection with the voters on his other record -- on claims he held the line on tax and crime rates in more than 10 years in office.
Sources: Human Remains Belong To Connecticut Couple; Son, Girlfriend HeldThe remains were found at a vacant home in Weston on Thursday afternoon and taken to the medical examiner's office for identification, authorities said.
Former Bridgeport Mayor Runs For Re-election 5 Years After Release From PrisonFormer Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim is running for reelection this Tuesday, despite having spent seven years in prison on corruption charges.
With Girl On Life Support, Brooklyn Family Wants Answers In First Grader’s ChokingA Brooklyn family was searching for answers Tuesday, after their little girl choked at school and was put on life support.
Mets Fans Show Off Their Pride At Home And In Kansas CityNew Yorkers have flocked to Kansas City to watch their beloved Mets take on the Royals in Game 1 on the World Series.
Cuomo Signs 'Dining With Dogs' Bill Into LawA new law in New York state will allow dogs to join their human companions on restaurant patios.
Career Criminal Charged In Deadly Shooting Of NYPD OfficerTyrone Howard, who is suspected of killing Officer Randolph Holder Tuesday night, had been arrested 20 times for offenses including drug possession and robbery, authorities said.
Buildings Department: Chelsea Building No Longer In Danger Of Collapse After 5-Alarm FireThe blaze broke out around 3 a.m. on the fourth floor of the six-story building on West 17th Street and quickly spread through the roof.
Report: Violence Grows As More Money Spent On Inmates At NYC JailsMillions are going into the effort to reform city jails, but a new report finds problems continue to grow.
Conn. Senator Asks Commuters Why They're 'Fed Up' In New CampaignConnecticut Sen. Chris Murphy is collecting commuter horror stories in his new campaign targeting the state's traffic and transportation issues.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy's Approval Rating Hits New LowJust 32 percent of voters said they approve of the job Malloy is doing, while 58 percent said they disapprove.
NYC Board Of Health Approves First-Of-Its-Kind Sodium Warnings On MenusThe city Board of Health voted unanimously Wednesday to require chain eateries to put salt-shaker symbols on menus to denote dishes with more than the recommended daily limit of 2,300 milligrams of sodium.
Police: Man Killed After Barricading Self Inside S.I. Home, Shooting Firefighter Is DeadA suspected gang member who shot a firefighter and then barricaded himself inside a home on Staten Island is dead after a six-hour standoff, police said Friday.
Lieberman: Obama Faces Uphill Battle In Selling Congress On Iran DealPolls show voter consensus is shifting to the negative, and that's taking the Obama administration by surprise, Lieberman said.