Fire officials say Connecticut state troopers saved sleeping man from fire

Fire officials say state troopers saved sleeping man from burning house

Windsor out, other towns pondering possibility of hosting Foxwoods, Sun satellite

Proposed satellite tribal casino prompts action from affected Connecticut towns, competitors

One in six species could be wiped out by climate change, study author from UConn says

About one in six species now alive on the planet could become extinct as a result of climate change, according to a study published in Friday’s edition of the journal Science.

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Head of business group slams proposed tax, spending package

Head of state's largest business group says tax, spending plan would 'devastate' economy

Family can sue state over peeping incident

APNewsBreak: Family can sue Connecticut over 2011 peeping incident at state park

UConn has $115 million plan for Hartford campus move

UConn Board of Trustees to approve $115 million plan to move satellite campus to Hartford

Budget panel would blow by spending cap to restore social service, education funds

Democrats offer Connecticut budget that replenishes many Malloy cuts, changes spending cap

Teen who fought cancer treatment heading home from hospital

Teen forced by Connecticut Supreme Court to undergo cancer treatment finishes chemotherapy

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New London wanted a full-time mayor, not a king

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This Mother’s Day, consider a tea party

Some moms want a spa day. Some moms crave chocolate. And some moms just want a little fancy pampering. If your mom falls into that last category, consider throwing her a tea party this Mother’s Day.

Discipline expected after alleged New London DPW safety lapse

Updated: The city has investigated a new concern over safety at the Department of Public Works transfer station and is expected to discipline at least two employees there by the end of the week.

State: Three Groton schools have pending racial imbalances

Claude Chester Elementary School, Catherine Kolnaski Magnet School and Northeast Academy are flagged in a report to be discussed by the State Board of Education on Wednesday.

May showers

Friends and family members hold a baby shower for Taylor Seidel, third from left, of New London under the Bates Woods pavilion in New London, Tuesday.