Family to fly to Thailand in search of missing Connecticut National Guardsman

Family will fly to Thailand to search for guardsman who disappeared on scuba diving trip

Analyst: Demographic, industry problems weigh on casinos

Analyst offers bleak assessment for casinos struggling to bring in customers, boost revenue

Survivors, rescuers reunite two years after Boston bombings

Boston marks 2nd anniversary of marathon bombings with moment of silence, call for kindness

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Connecticut attorney general says casino bill could prompt challenges

APNewsbreak: Connecticut AG says bill allowing new tribal casinos could face court challenges

7th day of deliberations underway in Aaron Hernandez trial

Jurors deliberate for 7th day in murder trial of ex-New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez

UPDATED: Ohio panel OKs measure saying Connecticut not 1st in flight

Ohio House panel sets vote to reject claim Connecticut aviator beat Wright brothers in flight

Jurors deliberate for 6th day in Aaron Hernandez murder case

Jurors deliberate for 6th day in murder trial of ex-New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez

Panel examining Connecticut urban youth violence to meet

New commission examining urban youth violence in Connecticut to meet for first time

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New London transfer station whistleblower claims retaliation

Public works employee says he faces retaliation after reporting major safety issue.

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Police report details Lebanon murder case

Alan P. Nadeau, who is accused of stabbing a man to death at Nadeau's Lebanon home last week, told police the victim had abused him. Nadeau also said that he is mentally ill and has been off his medications since last year.

Man killed in Plainfield motorcycle accident

A 24-year-old Plainfield man was pronounced dead Friday at the scene of a motorcycle accident, police said.

Car fire closes lane of Interstate 95 in East Lyme

One lane of Interstate 95 southbound was closed during a portion of Thursday morning's commute as state police and local fire companies worked to clear the remains of a car fire between Exits 74 and 73.

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Millstone incurred $2.5 million in special inspection costs, highest in region for 2014

Dominion Resources had to pay $2.55 million to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to cover the costs of the three special NRC inspections that came after safety violations uncovered at the Millstone Power Station in 2014.

Ducklings in the library

The ducklings are on loan from Terra Firma Farm in Stonington and are scheduled to be in residence through next week as a living exhibit for children to learn about and admire the ducklings.

Malloy selects former teacher as state education chief

The state got a new education commissioner Friday when Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Friday stripped the “interim” tag off Dianna L. Roberge-Wentzell’s job title and selected her to lead the state’s school systems.

Several local towns could see new, expanded gas lines

The Access Northeast project to increase natural gas supplies to New England could include new pipelines and expanded capacity on existing lines in several southeastern Connecticut towns.