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258 Broad St
Hartford, CT 06115 Directions
State police investigating the drowning death of heavy metal star Oliver Herbert in Stafford Springs have examined a will signed by Herbert a week before his death at a Hartford car dealership, multiple sources close to the probe said. The will was notarized by a person who was a friend of Herbert...
Two years ago, while talking to a friend, retired Hartford Police Sgt. Thomas Elwood learned that a fellow officer who was shot on duty never received a citation for his valor. With a little digging, he discovered the officer wasnt alone. Nine members of the force who served prior to 1974 the...
Joshua Komisarjevsky doesnt deserve a new trial in the 2007 Cheshire murders, the states attorneys office said Wednesday in a legal brief with the Supreme Court arguing to reject his appeal, which is based in part on the failure of the state to turn over a series of police phone calls from the...
New Jerseys sports betting market is closing in on the $1 billion dollar mark after less than six months of operation. Figures released Wednesday by the state Division of Gaming Enforcement show New Jerseys casino and racetrack-based sports books took in over $330 million worth of bets in November....
The parent company of magazines including the National Enquirer, Us Weekly and In Touch has admitted to engaging in a journalistically dubious practice known as catch-and-kill in order to help Donald Trump become president. Federal prosecutors revealed Wednesday they had agreed not to prosecute...
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593 Farmington Ave
Hartford, CT 06105 Directions
El Gobernador Ned Lamont y la Vicegobernadora Susan Bysiewicz se reunieron con lderes polticos de su equipode transicin en un saln de baile en la Universidad Estatal Central Connecticut, donde Lamont ense como profesor adjunto despus de vender su ...
Daniela Darcourt 22 naci y se cri en el Distrito de La Victoria, en Lima, Per. Es una cantante del gnero de la salsa, que con el reciente lanzamiento de su sencillo Seor Mentira est alcanzando los primeros lugares en ...
Eddie Prez, precandidado a Alcalde de Hartford: Les pido una segunda oportunidad-Eddie, Por qu regresa a la poltica-Hace unos 3 meses que tom la decisin porque la gente de Hartford siempre quera que vuelva a la Alcalda ...
285 Broad St
Hartford, CT 06115 Directions
AURORA, Colo. A 13-year-old girl and her mother claim the girls urologist stopped seeing the girl when her care became too complicated. Now, Abaigeal Holbrook and her mother Carrie are suing Childrens Hospital Colorado and Dr. Duncan Wilcox. In 2014, Dr. Wilcox implanted a devicein Abaigeals lower back to help her with bladder control issues caused by a disease called transverse myelitis. The medical device is a miracle when it works, but it became a nightmare when it caused multiple
The 5-year-old boy who was thrown off a third-floor balcony at the Mall of America is showing real signs of recovery, according to a post on behalf of the family. Our miracle child Landen is showing real signs or recovery. New test results have been positive, though he remains in intensive care with a long road ahead. Our faith in God, and our Savior Jesus, is strong and we are gaining more reason for optimism day by day. We continue
After years of painstaking conservation, Neil Armstrongs Apollo 11 spacesuit will be shown this summer at the Smithsonians National Air and Space Museum, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the historic moon mission. It will go on display July 16, exactly 50 years after the launch of the Saturn V rocket that carried astronauts Armstrong, Edwin Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins on the first manned lunar landing. Armstrong became the first person towalk on the moon July 20, 1969. His spacesuit
UTAH COUNTY, Utah The Utah County Sheriffs Office cited a physical education teacher at Rockwell Charter High School in Eagle Mountain Thursday morning after the sheriffs office said he assaulted a student in his class. Anthony Robbie Chidester, 40, faces one count of child abuse. Surveillance video and student cellphone video show what unfolded in the gym and hallway. In the video, Chidester is seen grabbing a 14-year old student, pushing the student against a wall, then throwing the
If you take blood pressure medicine, youll want to double-check your bottle. Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd. has expanded its recall of losartan potassium and losartan potassium/hydrochlorothiazide tablets. Tests found trace amounts of a potentiallycancer-causingimpurity calledN-methylnitrosobutyric acidin some of these drugs. The company is recalling 36 additional lots, it said Thursday. A full list of recalled drugs is available on the US Food and Drug Administrationwebsite. The company hasnt had any reports of users getting sick, but the impurity level in these
1422 New Britain Ave
West Hartford, CT 06110 Directions
Parts of Connecticut could be in for a soaking this weekend.A flood watch has been issued for northern Connecticut and a flash flood watch has been issued for southern Connecticut.Were looking at muggy and windy conditions Friday evening. Rain will pick up as scattered showers move through the state. Overnight the rain will become heavy at times and some areas will see heavy downpours on Saturday.The heavier downpours will be hit or miss, but 1-2 inches of rain is possible in some areas.Some flooding is possible in the places where the heaviest rain falls.The periods of rain will shift east on Saturday night and there could still be some lingering showers around for Easter Sunday morning.Those showers will end and some parts of the state could see breaks in the clouds by Sunday afternoon.More rain moves in on Monday.Track the rain on our interactive radar.Photo Credit: NBC Connecticut This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
Protesters gathered in Hamden Friday, marking a fourth day of rallies after a police-involved shooting that injured a 22-year-old woman on Tuesday.According to Connecticut State Police, who are running the investigation, police officers from Hamden and Yale opened fire on a man and woman inside of a car Tuesday morning on Argyle Street in New Haven. The woman was hit and taken to the hospital for treatment. The man was not hurt. Facebook Unintentionally Uploaded 1.5M User Email Contacts A group made up of several organizations gathered at Hamden Plaza Friday afternoon to send a message to city leaders in both Hamden and New Haven, as well as Yale, that they wont accept what happened the other day. They planned to march to the Hamden Police Department later in the evening. Some said they intend to be out all night to get the message out.We want both of these officers fired. Because how can you do this and still walk the streets of your community Everyone is in danger from these officers still being out there, said Jeannia Fu of New Haven, a member of the group Justice for Jayson. 3 Deaths Raise Questions About DC VA Following Up With Vets Police have identified the officers involved in the shooting as Yale police officer Terrance Pollock, a 16-year veteran of the department, and Hamden police officer Devin Eaton, who has been in law enforcement for more than four years, including nearly three years with Hamden police.Pollock and Eaton were both been placed on leave from their departments amid an investigation into the shooting. No New Haven police officers were involved in the incident. Cheaters Host Clark Gable III Died of Drug Overdose: ME Connecticut State Police said Friday evening that they expect to release more information, including body camera footage, sometime next week.Hamdens interim police chief said the department has agreed to make changes, including bringing in an urban trauma specialist to train officers.According to New Haven police, the shooting happened after Hamden police received a 911 call at 4:19 a.m. Tuesday about the attempted armed robbery of a newspaper delivery person at the Gas and Go gas station at 144 Arch St. in Hamden.Eaton and Pollock located a vehicle at Dixwell Avenue and Argyle Street. According to state police, the suspected party exited the vehicle in an abrupt manner and turned toward officers. Both officers opened fire on a man and woman inside the car.Surveillance video that apparently captured the incident does not show those movements. Witnesses said they saw police ordering both the man and woman to get out after they stopped shooting. State police said no weapon was found in the car.Since the shooting, protesters have been putting pressure on city leaders to release body camera footage of the shooting.Leaders from both cities and Yale have promised full cooperation and transparency in the investigation.State Police are continuing their investigation. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact them.Photo Credit: NBC Connecticut
Police are trying to find a 2-year-old boy missing from Meriden.Authorities issued a Silver Alert for 2-year-old Jaxon Flematti Friday. He is 2-foot-8, 25 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a striped shirt, green vest, blue jeans and Sesame Street sneakers. Facebook Unintentionally Uploaded 1.5M User Email Contacts He is believed to be with his biological mother, Aimee Flematti, who was last seen driving a black 2005 Mitsubishi Galant with Connecticut plate AS11177.Anyone with information should contact the Meriden Police Department at 203-630-6201. 3 Deaths Raise Questions About DC VA Following Up With Vets Photo Credit: Connecticut State Police
Interstate 91 south is closed in Windsor after a rollover crash, according to the state Department of Transportation.The crash is between exits 37 and 36. More information was not immediately available. Facebook Unintentionally Uploaded 1.5M User Email Contacts This is a developing story. Check back for updates.Photo Credit: NBC Connecticut
Members of a mosque in Hartford are still reeling after a caller threatened to kill worshipers there last month.The Muhammad Islamic Center of Greater Hartford received the phone call right after the massacre of worshipers at a mosque in New Zealand. Facebook Unintentionally Uploaded 1.5M User Email Contacts On Friday, members of the Hartford Police, the FBI and state, community and religious leaders gathered together at the mosque.The hope is to make worshipers feel more safe. 3 Deaths Raise Questions About DC VA Following Up With Vets On March 24 around 4:30 a.m., a member of the Muhammad Islamic Center of Greater Hartford picked up a threatening phone call laced with racial slurs.That individual had said he was going to burn this place down, state Sen. Saud Anwar D-East Hartford explained. Cheaters Host Clark Gable III Died of Drug Overdose: ME Anwar led the press conference to try and make community members feel safer, and show that lots of groups stand united with their community.No one in our state should feel threatened to come to their place of worship ever, Anwar said.Its a matter of being an American that we will stand together with you, U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal said.The mosques prayer leader says the Hartford Police Department has tried to make members feel more comfortable, but hes frustrated with the FBI.I dont see the same type of action being done on behalf of the Muslim community, said Imam Kashmir Abdul-Karim.The FBI says while they cant give out more information, an investigation is underway.Although you may not see it out front, the FBI and state local and federal law enforcement are continuously working together you may not hear about it right away, but its not being ignored. I assure you. Its not being ignored, said FBI Outreach Specialist Charles Grady.Police are aware of who made the call.We take all of this seriously as if its our own place of worship because it could very well be, Grady said.Its a problem and we want resolutions soon, Abdul-Karim said.Hartford Police say they have assigned additional officers on foot patrol in the area, and there have been no other threats to a house of worship in Hartford since that call. While officials say they know who made the call, its unclear if anyone has been arrested.Photo Credit: NBC Connecticut
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