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Hartford - Five employees who had their names added to a child abuse registry as a form of discipline by Connecticut's child welfare agency will be taken off the list, union officials told The Associated Press. The fired youth...
A 16-year-old transgender girl being held at a boys’ detention center alleged that staff members are repeatedly referring to her by her male birth name and male pronouns, forcing her to wear boys’ uniforms and banning her from wearing her wig and...
Hartford - University of Connecticut President Susan Herbst on Thursday gave the school community a preview of the university's new master plan, which she says will recreate the Storrs campus into unique districts and concentrate growth in...
Hartford (AP) — Connecticut State Police are stymied as they try to identify the man who slashed two passengers in a box-cutter rampage aboard a tour bus on Interstate 95 before he was fatally shot by a trooper in Norwalk.
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Montville Police Department Lt. Leonard Bunnell's rights and privileges to the Connecticut On-Line Law Enforcement Communications Teleprocessing system were suspended in 2012 after a state police investigation found that he improperly ran background...
East Lyme – Police on Wednesday issued a Silver Alert for a missing 12-year-old boy. Gabriel A. Velasquez is described as an endangered runaway who was last seen Wednesday in East Lyme. Velasquez is 4 feet 10 inches tall and has black hair and...
The state's early release program for prison inmates became a central point in Wednesday's 19th District state Senate debate, with both candidates supporting more prison time for sex offenders, but disagreeing on some points in the law.
New London — The Holiday Inn and Andrew R. Lockwood, the Republican candidate for the 39th House District seat, will host a safe Halloween party for children at 5 p.m. on Oct. 31 in the Holiday Inn’s ballroom.
Waterford — Registered nurses and home health aides employed by the Visiting Nurses Association of Southeastern Connecticut last week ratified the first contracts to cover both groups, AFT Connecticut announced Wednesday.