World War II-era fighter plane crashes in Hudson River; body found

Police say divers searching for the pilot of a small World War II vintage plane that crashed in the Hudson River between New York and New Jersey have recovered a body

Firefighters in Rhode Island town say they're being asked to remove U.S. flags

Coventry firefighters say they're being asked to remove U.S. flags and decals from the district's fire trucks

Slain police officer remembered for dedication, generosity

A Massachusetts police officer shot and killed during a traffic stop has been remembered at his funeral for his dedication, professionalism, generosity and sense of humor

Biden calls for infrastructure investment in Rhode Island

Vice President Joe Biden says Rhode Island needs to invest in its transportation infrastructure

Malloy signs latest bill to address opioid abuse into law

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has signed Connecticut's latest effort to address opioid abuse


Man admits to harming 10-week-old child in Enfield

A 39-year-old man has pleaded guilty charges connected to injuries sustained by a 10-week-old baby in his care in Enfield

High Court reaffirms the end of Connecticut’s death penalty

Connecticut Supreme Court has upheld its landmark ruling declaring the state's death penalty unconstitutional and abolishing capital punishment

Spielberg to Harvard grads: Be the movie heroes of real life

Filmmaker Steven Spielberg has told Harvard University graduates to become heroes in real life

New England beachgoers warned: Don't take selfies with seals

The feds have a warning for beachgoers in New England over Memorial Day weekend: Don't take selfies with the seals

Plainville to parade participants: If you toss candy to bystanders, do it gently

Complaints about candy tossing at last year's Memorial Day Parade has organizers asking participants for a gentler distribution this time around.

Electric Boat partners with Rhode Island schools

U.S. Navy contractor Electric Boat is partnering with Rhode Island schools to help train 180 students for marine industry careers

Whale-finding phone app grows in use, steering mariners away

With summer whale watching season fast approaching, conservation advocates and government agencies who want to protect whales say a mobile app designed to help mariners steer clear of the animals is helping keep them alive

State handing towns responsibility for unclaimed human remains

State budget cuts mean Connecticut municipalities now must take responsibility for disposition and, in some cases, storage and transportation of unclaimed human remains, according to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.



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Five students graduate NFA's transitional program

Five students graduated Friday in Norwich Free Academy's final Life skills, Employment and Development program that serves special education students ages 18 to 21.

The Day recognized by state press association

The Day won 15 first-place awards in the annual Connecticut Society of Professional Journalists contest.

Friends raise money to buy van for man paralyzed in 2010 crash

Friends from North Carolina, Virigina and Texas came to New London on Friday to surprise Gary Goodwin and help raise $40,000 to buy a service van that will allow him to get out of the house to visit friends, go to cookouts and make trips to the...

Lyme-Old Lyme senior takes to the skies for her final project

Allie Marsh has been flying since she was two weeks old.