Fire crews battle massive warehouse blaze in Massachusetts

Crews from more than a dozen towns have responded to a seven-alarm fire in an abandoned warehouse in Rockland

Ex-TV meteorologist gets prison for child porn possession

A former meteorologist at a Connecticut television station is headed to prison for possessing child pornography

6 companies submit bids to build Rhode Island truck toll system

The Rhode Island Department of Transportation says six companies have submitted bids to design, build and operate electronic tolls that will charge big-rig trucks for traveling along Interstate 95 and other highways

Body of infant found inside bag in Connecticut reservoir

Connecticut State Police say an infant's body has been found inside a bag in a reservoir

Cops: Cocaine trafficker, 74, lived in public housing for elderly

A 74-year-old Massachusetts man living in public housing for the elderly faces drug trafficking charges after police say they found cocaine valued at about $150,000 in his unit

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Rhode Island House again votes to ban 'revenge porn'

The Rhode Island House of Representatives has again passed a bill to ban so-called "revenge porn" after Democratic Gov. Gina Raimondo vetoed similar legislation last year

UConn fraternity chapter closed after member's death

A national women's fraternity has closed its University of Connecticut chapter following the death of one its members who was run over by a campus fire department vehicle in October

State reviewing case of Hartford teen reported missing before fatal shooting

In the weeks before he was fatally shot in the hallway of a North End apartment building, 15-year-old Keon Huff Jr. had twice been reported missing and was no longer enrolled in city schools.

Yale students say they can prevent hangovers with supplement

Two Yale students say they have created a supplement that prevents hangovers

Bridgeport police officer charged with assaulting driver

A Bridgeport police officer who's also head of the city's minority officers' organization has been arrested and charged with assaulting another man following a traffic crash

Police: Suspect arrested in $50,000 diamond theft case

Authorities in Bristol County have arrested a suspect in connection with the theft of a $50,000 diamond from a mall

Supreme Court rejects appeal of former Connecticut governor

The Supreme Court has declined to disturb the conviction of former Connecticut Gov. John Rowland on public corruption charges

Maryland suspect charged with arson in Massachusetts

A Maryland homicide suspect has been arrested in Massachusetts where he's charged with setting five fires that left several families homeless

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Body recovered in water near Naval Submarine Base

State police are investigating the discovery of a man’s body found in or near the water at the base.

VIDEO: New London firefighters rescue men stuck in lift under Gold Star Bridge

New London firefighters rescued two workers who were doing repairs under the Gold Star Bridge on Tuesday afternoon when the telescopic lift truck they were using failed.

Waterford police charge New York man with having counterfeit hundred-dollar bills

A New York man is facing forgery, larceny, and criminal impersonation charges after Waterford police said they found him outside the Crystal Mall with more than $1,100 in cash and $1,000 in counterfeit hundred-dollar bills.

Update: Missing Norwich toddler found

Police have canceled a Silver Alert they issued for a 3-year-old in Norwich.

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Legislative committee calls for adding ratepayers to CMEEC board of directors

A proposed bill by the legislature’s Energy and Technology Committee would add ratepayer representatives to the Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative board of directors and would require future board retreats to be held within...

Green and Growing: Beware the first leaves of spring

The aggressive, invasive, thorny Japanese barberry is an escapee from backyard horticulture. Three Connecticut researchers determined a few years ago that where JB flourishes, tick populations flourish, too.

Groton's best budget scenario is 'outrageous,' councilor says

Town councilors on Tuesday hinted at how they would potentially deal with a devastating loss in state aid: Ask the school superintendent to cut a couple of million dollars, eliminate spending that isn't legally required and start combining town and...

Committee approves Millstone bill, sends it on to legislature

With a 15-6 vote, members of the state Legislature’s Energy and Technology Committee on Tuesday advanced a bill giving Millstone Power Station the ability to sell its electricity directly to distribution companies through a state-run bid...

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Verdict reached in trial over deadly US meningitis outbreak

A verdict has been reached in the trial of a Massachusetts pharmacy co-founder over a nationwide meningitis outbreak that killed 64 people and sickened 700 others in 2012