Warrant details fight between attorney, bar patron in East Lyme

According to an arrest warrant affidavit, Anthony C. Basilica of New London and Joshua W. Taylor of Colchester fought during a banquet at the Black Sheep Pub on Main Street for participants in a charity golf tournament.

Fire quickly extinguished in Gales Ferry

Crews quickly knocked down a blaze in the basement of a Gales Ferry home Tuesday morning, leaving the structure largely intact.

Norwich woman charged with worker's compensation fraud

State officials charged Norwich resident Stephanie L. Hart Tuesday with collecting $7,253 in workers' compensation payments while working at a job similar to the one at which she claimed to be injured.

Lee-Seales appears headed to trial in New London murder

Shaquan Lee-Seales, accused of shooting into a crowd of people on Grand Street in New London and killing Gilberto Olivencia in December 2015, received a plea offer Tuesday in Superior Court that his attorney said Lee-Seales is likely to reject.

Police: Woman kicked out window, man yelled 'Sieg Heil' in DUI arrest

Police arrested two people early Tuesday after they said one kicked out the window of a cruiser and the other yelled “Sieg Heil” in officers’ faces.

Chyung denied bond, gets plea offer in Norwich murder

Chihan Eric Chyung, whose conviction in the June 2, 2009, shooting death of his newlywed wife, Paige Anne Bennett, was overturned by the state Supreme Court in April, will remain in prison as he mulls an offer from the state to resolve his case...

USS Cole to headline Connecticut Maritime Heritage Festival

The USS Cole, the guided-missile destroyer attacked by suicide bombers during a 2000 refueling stop in Yemen, and the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Thunder Bay are among the ships scheduled to visit the city next month during the Connecticut Maritime...

Yale to remove carving with gun pointed at Native American

In this May 23, 2013 photo provided by Yale University, a 1929 doorway carving depicts a Puritan settler, right, pointing a musket at the head of a Native American, left, on the school's campus in New Haven, Conn. The musket had been covered by workers with removable stone when the seldom-used doorway was converted into a main entrance. A Yale committee charged with assessing potentially offensive art decided to remove it, but will make it available for public display elsewhere so as to not destroy

Yale University will remove what it calls a "problematic" doorway stone carving depicting a Puritan settler aiming a musket at a Native American

New US penalties on Chinese, Russian firms over North Korea

The Trump administration is imposing sanctions on 16 mainly Chinese and Russian companies and people for assisting North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile programs and helping the North make money to support those programs

Questions on immigration, race follow Trump to Arizona

President Donald Trump speaks at Fort Myer in Arlington Va., Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, during a Presidential Address to the Nation about a strategy he believes will best position the U.S. to eventually declare victory in Afghanistan. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

President Donald Trump is trying to recapture the fervor that helped put him in office with a campaign-style rally in Arizona

Priest takes leave after disclosing past in the Ku Klux Klan

A Virginia priest is taking a leave of absence after disclosing he once was a member of the Ku Klux Klan

Pence says Confederate statues are state, local decision

Vice President Mike Pence, with students from Cornerstone Schools, watches the solar eclipse, Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, at the U.S. Naval Observatory in Washington. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Vice President Mike Pence says state and local authorities should make decisions about Confederate statues, and he calls himself "someone who believes in more monuments, not less monuments.''

U.S. says some remains of sailors found on USS John McCain

The damaged port aft hull of USS John S. McCain, is seen while docked at Singapore's Changi naval base on Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017 in Singapore. The focus of the search for 10 U.S. sailors missing after a collision between the USS John S. McCain and an oil tanker in Southeast Asian waters shifted Tuesday to the damaged destroyer's flooded compartments. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)

The commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet says some remains of Navy sailors were found in a compartment of the USS John McCain, a day after the warship's collision with an oil tanker in Southeast Asian waters left 10 sailors missing

Rate of suicide among teen girls reaches 40-year high

In 2015, five girls out of every 100,000 between the ages of 15 and 19 committed suicide in the United States.

USS McCain crash is 4th Navy accident in Pacific this year

This combination of file photos show U.S. Navy ships the USS Antietam, top left; the USS Lake Champlain, top right; the USS Fitzgerald, bottom left; and the USS John S. McCain. The commander of U.S. naval operations has ordered a comprehensive review to get to root causes after the collision this week between a Navy destroyer and an oil tanker near Singapore. The crash on Aug. 21, 2017, is the latest

USS McCain collision near Singapore is 4th U.S. Navy accident in Pacific this year

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Warrant details fight between attorney, bar patron in East Lyme

According to an arrest warrant affidavit, Anthony C. Basilica of New London and Joshua W. Taylor of Colchester fought during a banquet at the Black Sheep Pub on Main Street for participants in a charity golf tournament.

Fire quickly extinguished in Gales Ferry

Crews quickly knocked down a blaze in the basement of a Gales Ferry home Tuesday morning, leaving the structure largely intact.

Norwich woman charged with worker's compensation fraud

State officials charged Norwich resident Stephanie L. Hart Tuesday with collecting $7,253 in workers' compensation payments while working at a job similar to the one at which she claimed to be injured.

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Art in the making

Jesse Good of New London, an abstract sculpture artist, cleans a section of steel with a grinding wheel, as he works on a large exterior sculpture to be used as landscape art, while working in the courtyard metal shop, Tuesday, August 22, 2017, at the Spark Makerspace in New London. (Tim Martin/The Day)

Jesse Good of New London, an abstract sculpture artist, cleans a section of steel with a grinding wheel, as he works on a large exterior sculpture to be used as landscape art, while working in the courtyard metal shop at the Spark Makerspace in New...

USS Cole to headline Connecticut Maritime Heritage Festival

The USS Cole, the guided-missile destroyer attacked by suicide bombers during a 2000 refueling stop in Yemen, and the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Thunder Bay are among the ships scheduled to visit the city next month during the Connecticut Maritime...

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Mother of slain protester says she won't talk to Trump

The mother of a woman who was killed while protesting a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, says she won't talk to President Donald Trump because of comments he made after her daughter's death