Connecticut delegation joins call for special counsel to testify

Special counsel Robert Mueller's report, with redactions, as released on Thursday, April 18, 2019, is photographed in Washington. (AP Photo/Jon Elswick)

Members of Connecticut's all-Democratic congressional delegation say they want to hear from special counsel Robert Mueller, and review his full report, not just the redacted version released Thursday.

WWII submariner, instrumental in getting memorial in Groton, dies at 96

Jeweldeen "Deen" Brown of Oakdale took part in major World War II events such as the Doolittle Raid, the Battle of Midway, the Battle of Peleliu, and several covert missions to the Japanese-occupied Philippines.

Mueller report suggests Congress should judge whether Trump obstructed justice

“If we had confidence after a thorough investigation of the facts that the President clearly did not commit obstruction of justice, we would so state,” Mueller wrote in his report, which the Justice Department released in redacted form on Thursday.


Two condemned pit bulls remain in Norwich pound since 2013 awaiting judge's ruling

Oral arguments were held Thursday in New Britain Superior Court in dog owner Sheri Speer's appeal of the destruction order.


Connecticut Conference of Municipalities discusses state issues with local officials

CCM held a roundtable discussion Thursday with more than a dozen local officials to discuss issues facing the state and municipalities.


UPDATED: Rabid bobcat euthanized after attacks on golfer, horse

A golfer used his club in self-defense when a bobcat "came out of nowhere" and attacked him Thursday morning at the Mohegan Sun Golf Course, a club official said.


New London school employee makes first court appearance

At the request of state prosecutors, a judge in New London on Thursday agreed to keep sealed the details of the allegations against Corriche Gaskin, a New London school employee facing a felony charge of risk of injury to a minor.


State shed 1,300 jobs last month; unemployment ticks upward

Local labor market netted 600 new jobs in month, the most of any area in the state.


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