Local police leaders: Taser data doesn't tell the whole story

Data on electronic control weapons was collected in Connecticut for the first time last year. Local police leaders say they don't believe it means much without context.

Police logs - Feb. 6

Local and state police arrests from throughout the region.

New London man arrested on several drug-related charges

Working with state police, New London police Friday morning conducted a search warrant and arrested one man on several drug-related charges, police said.

State police to be on lookout for Super Bowl revelers

While the game is not scheduled to start until 6:30 p.m. Sunday, troopers will be attentive to all roads and highways for drivers operating impaired before and after the game.



The Maynard charade continues

Sen. Maynard did not attend the governor's budget address.


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Chevrolet reveals its new Cruze Hatchback

Chevrolet recently introduced the 2017 Cruze Hatchback. Developed with all the technologies and dynamic driving attributes of the all-new 2016 Cruze sedan, the new hatch adds a functional and sporty choice for customers.

New London's two homeless shelters look toward more collaboration

A consultant with expertise in linking nonprofit agencies is working with the Covenant Shelter and Homeless Hospitality Center to determine if there should be more collaboration or possible consolidation.

Storm signaling likely return to more 'typical' weather pattern for rest of winter

Friday’s storm, which blanketed eastern Connecticut with several inches of snow, likely signaled a return to a more typical weather pattern for the rest of the winter, meaning more frequent snowfalls may be in the offing, according to a...

Groton voters will know by May costs for proposed school construction

The state Department of Administrative Services has agreed to insert Groton's dollar request for new schools into its statewide school bonding package, which the legislature would take up by May.



Connecticut woman's unsolved slaying causes concern, speculation

The killing of a mother of two in Connecticut remains unsolved six weeks after she was found shot to death in her home

Unions concerned state workers targeted in budget plan

State employee unions are concerned the governor and lawmakers are looking to workers as a way to save money

Malloy critical of town considering program to arm teachers

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is critical of Connecticut town considering a program that would train teachers on using guns to thwart an active shooter at Kent Center School

Providence College students allege off-campus hate crime

Five Providence College students are demanding action from the school after saying they were victims of an off-campus hate crime