Connecticut warns motorists to watch out for deer and moose

Connecticut officials are warning drivers to be on higher alert as the breeding seasons for deer and moose ramp up

Fotis Dulos due back in court over bond compliance issue

A man charged in the disappearance of his estranged wife is headed back to court over questions over whether he has been complying with the terms of his bond

Polish president visits New Britain, city with Polish ties

The president of Poland was made to a feel right at home during a visit to a Connecticut city with many residents of Polish descent, who wore red and white T-shirts and waved Polish flags

Lawyers for ex-mayor sue Hartford for legal fees

A law firm that represented former Hartford Mayor Eddie Perez in a corruption case is suing the city to try to collect $1 million in legal fees

Items linked to crime duo Bonnie and Clyde sold for $186K

In this July 29, 2019, photo provided by RR Auction, a wanted poster of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow are shown. A book of poetry handwritten by Parker and a watch belonging to Barrow are among items from the outlaw Texas couple being offered at auction. (AP Photo/RR Auction, Nikki Brickett)

Several personal items related to 1930s Texas outlaw Clyde Barrow have sold at a Boston auction for nearly $186,000

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Poland's president to visit New Britain

The president of Poland is making his first visit to Connecticut

Two students hospitalized after ingesting e-cigarette

Two Massachusetts students were hospitalized and one restrained after ingesting an e-cigarette

State election officials to consider Bridgeport ballot probe

State election officials will consider whether to investigation absentee ballot irregularities in Bridgeport following newspaper investigation

World War II vet, black trailblazer to take Honor Flight to Washington

A World War II veteran from Massachusetts and a trailblazer for the city's African American community is celebrating his 95th birthday this weekend as part of an Honor Flight to Washington

Whitey Bulger's family filing wrongful death claim

This file June 23, 2011, booking photo provided by the U.S. Marshals Service shows James

The family of slain Boston gangster James "Whitey" Bulger has filed a wrongful death claim against the federal government following his death in prison last year

Speedbowl owner sentenced for human trafficking fights HIV test order

A Connecticut businessman convicted for his role in a human trafficking ring that preyed on young men who were mentally ill and intellectually disabled is fighting a court-ordered HIV test

Boston zoo's 14-year-old white tiger dies

A Boston zoo's 14-year-old white tiger has died after a brief battle with cancer

School aide resigns after kicking of student caught on tape

A public school staffer in Connecticut has resigned after captured on video kicking a special needs student

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Longshoremen forced to sign nondisclosure agreements

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Police seek help identifying alleged jewelry thieves

State police say they need help identifying two men who allegedly stole jewelry from an elderly woman while she was home alone.

New London police search for suspect after CVS robbery

A security camera image of the alleged suspect at Saturday's CVS robbery. (Courtesy of New London Police Dept.)

New London — City police say they need help identifying a man who allegedly stole $1,400 from a CVS at 817 Bank St. Saturday night. Police said that after receiving a call around 8:24 p.m. Saturday for an armed robbery at CVS, police...

Police logs - Sept. 22, 2019

Arrests by state police and local departments around the region.

Police logs - Sept. 21, 2019

Arrests by state police and local departments around the region.

LOCAL NEWS

How often did state legislators stick with their party, and how was their voting attendance?

An unofficial record, now at the Connecticut State Library, provides a statistical summary of each legislator's votes.

Owners of former Edgerton school scale back housing plans again

The owners of the former Edgerton School property plan to make a third attempt to secure state funding for a planned housing project this year, this time for a scaled-back plan with less than half of the units originally proposed.

Classic cars and TV stars

Car enthusiasts view some of the cars on display at Motor Jam at Ocean Beach Park in New London on Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019. The event, sponsored by radio station Jammin' 107.7 is billed as the largest custom car, truck and bike show in the state. In addition to displays of classic TV and film cars, classic and antique car owners were invited to enter their cars in a car show to win $1,000. Three members of the 1980's TV show Dukes of Hazzard signed autographs and took photos with fans.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Car enthusiasts view some of the cars on display at Motor Jam at Ocean Beach Park in New London on Sunday.

Norwich Public Utilities announces temporary water shutoff Monday on West Side

Water service will be shut off temporarily Monday to about 40 customers on Allyn and Dunham streets and Wilmot Avenue for approximately nine hours.