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    Over 30 catalytic converters stolen from school buses in East Hartford

    More than 30 catalytic converters were stolen from school buses at two lots in East Hartford over the weekend, according to the East Hartford Police Department. The conve...

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    Governor also proposes stronger ‘ghost gun’ law and increase funds for violence intervention programs.
    State officials released a highly anticipated audit into Connecticut’s school construction office late last week, but it is unlikely to alleviate all of the concerns about the multibillion-dollar construction program.
    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Democratic lawmakers in a handful of states are trying to send a message two years after the violent attack on the U.S. Capitol: Those who engage in a...
    So many patients sick with RSV had inundated Connecticut Children's Medical Center that they had to be treated in hallways and playrooms. Facing their busiest season in ...

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    NEW YORK (AP) — New York City is temporarily turning a cruise ship terminal into a shelter and services hub for asylum-seekers, Mayor Eric Adams said Saturday, announcing...
    A New Haven man is in critical condition after being shot Friday afternoon in a rolling shootout that started in New Haven and ended in Hamden, according to police. At ar...
    There’s one piece of evidence that prosecutors can’t use in their case against Brian Walshe for the murder of his wife, Ana Walshe: her body. But trying a murder case wit...
    New York — Former President Donald Trump dropped a lawsuit against New York Attorney General Letitia James on Friday just a day after a federal judge slapped him and a la...
    New York — A Manhattan federal court judge sentenced convicted sex cult leader Lawrence Ray to 60 years in prison Friday for inflicting a campaign of terror on Sarah Lawr...

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    Waterbury — A New York driver who reported his car stolen with his child inside in Connecticut Friday ended up under arrest himself after police said he lied about the c...
    Supporters of taxes on the very rich contend that people are emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic with a bigger appetite for what they’re calling “tax justice.” Bills anno...
    Stephanie Thomas made her first policy recommendation Thursday, urging legislators to pass a law authorizing 10 days of early voting, beginning with the 2023 municipal elections.
    A fire broke out at the University of Connecticut’s historic Whitney House on Friday morning, doing heavy damage to the structure, according to the school. Fire crews at ...
    Rep. George Santos, R-N.Y., is denying that he has ever performed as a drag queen after reports emerged that the newly elected congressman years ago competed in Brazilia...
    The new Omicron subvariant, XBB 1.5, is dominating Connecticut's COVID-19 case burden. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, XBB accounts for rough...
    NEW YORK — Two teenage boys have been nabbed for beating a 16-year-old boy unconscious on a Harlem street and stealing the Air Jordan sneakers off his feet, police said T...
    An increasing number of scam calls related to utilities are targeting Connecticut customers, Eversource warned this week. The energy company said scams include claims tha...
    The first eight days of recreational cannabis sales brought dispensaries $2.02 million, the state Department of Consumer Protection reported Wednesday. From a Jan. 10 fir...
    Brian Walshe turned to Google shortly after Christmas with a question: "What's the best state to divorce for a man?" Within a few days, prosecutors in Norfolk County, Ma...