US government deports fewest immigrants in nearly a decade

Obama administration deports fewest immigrants in nearly a decade; fewest criminals since 2009

Top EU court rules data sharing pact with US invalid

Europe's top court backs Austrian student in Facebook privacy case with wide implications

South Carolina flood: Thousands without running water

South Carolina flood: Swamped streets, thousands without running water; death toll at 12

Israeli PM vows 'strong action' against Palestinian unrest

Netanyahu vows 'strong hand' against Palestinians throwing stones, firebombs


Blumenthal outlines plan to speed up refugee processing in wake of Syrian crisis

Speaking in Hartford on Monday, U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal outlined a plan he said will strengthen and speed up the process of bringing refugees into the country.

State appeals court upholds Bialowas conviction for Norwich hit-and-run death

The state Appellate Court has affirmed the 2012 conviction of Kevin S. Bialowas, who is serving a 15-year prison sentence for running over a romantic rival with his pickup truck on a Norwich street on July 14, 2009.

Water flows through Glasgo Pond

The Pachaug River flows through what remains of Glasgo Pond in Griswold, Monday.



Chief Ackley's future separates the New London mayoral candidates

Democrat Michael Passero supports her, while Republican Bill Vogel would help her retire


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Smartphone apps link Greater New Haven college students to safety

Several universities in the area offer such apps, with names such as LiveSafe at Yale University, Rave Guardian at Quinnipiac University and at the University of New Haven.

Connecticut agency to play key role in Anthem, Cigna merger

Connecticut insurance department to play key role in proposed Anthem/Cigna merger