- Tracking the flow of guns used in crime is inexact science Updated: Apr-28-16 5:35 pm
SMYRNA, Georgia - Adventure Outdoors is an 80,000-square-foot store with walls lined with long guns, cases packed with handguns and aisles jammed with all the accessories an avid outdoorsman would need: coolers, clothing, ammo. At the customer service counter is a government-issued poster that warns: "Don't lie for the other guy."
- Instagram videos lead to arrest in reckless driving case Updated: Apr-28-16 1:57 pm
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - Connecticut State Police say a man's own Instagram videos led to his arrest in a reckless driving investigation.
- Yale to keep name of college honoring supporter of slavery Updated: Apr-27-16 7:50 pm
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - Yale University has decided to keep the name of a residential college named for 19th-century alumnus John C. Calhoun, who was an ardent supporter of slavery.
- Yale president defends Ivy League school's tax-exempt status Updated: Apr-27-16 4:53 pm
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - Yale's president defended his school's tax-exempt status Wednesday as Connecticut lawmakers consider allowing New Haven to tax some university buildings.
- New Haven man gets 7 years in shooting case Updated: Apr-27-16 8:20 am
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - A man authorities say shot at a pursuing New Haven police detective during a foot chase through a dark residential neighborhood has been sentenced to seven years in prison.
- Jury orders Guilford nurse to pay $4.2M for patient's death Updated: Apr-26-16 6:53 am
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - A Connecticut jury has ordered a psychiatric nurse to pay $4.2 million to the estate of a house painter who took his own life following treatment at Yale-New Haven Hospital.
- New York City man charged in 2013 fatal nightclub shooting Updated: Apr-25-16 4:38 pm
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - A New York City man has been charged in a 2013 fatal shooting at a New Haven nightclub.
- Bed bugs cause stir at Yale, New Haven city schools Updated: Apr-24-16 9:28 am
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - Bed bugs are causing a stir in New Haven, where the blood-sucking parasites have been making unwelcome appearances in places including Yale University.
- Presidential candidate visits to Connecticut step up Updated: Apr-22-16 3:27 pm
HARTFORD, Connecticut - The presidential candidates are stepping up visits to Connecticut before Tuesday's primary.
- New Haven father and son charged in multiple burglaries Updated: Apr-22-16 10:36 am
ORANGE, Connecticut - A 69-year-old Connecticut man and his 23-year-old son are facing a total of 75 charges in connection with a string of home burglaries.
- Amtrak train hits couple on tracks in Wallingford, killing 1 Updated: Apr-20-16 11:10 am
WALLINGFORD, Connecticut - Police say a woman was killed and a man was injured when they were struck by an Amtrak train while trespassing on railroad tracks in Wallingford.
- State sees increase in newborns exposed to opioids Updated: Apr-18-16 10:08 am
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - Jessica had been hooked on heroin for two years when she found out she was 4 1/2 months pregnant.
- 2 men hospitalized after head-on crash on I-95 Updated: Apr-16-16 12:02 pm
MILFORD, Connecticut - Police say two men were hospitalized after a head-on crash on the highway early Saturday morning.
- Metro-North train kills pedestrian, rail service delayed Updated: Apr-15-16 5:00 pm
STRATFORD, Connecticut - A Metro-North train struck and killed a 46-year-old man near the Stratford station in Connecticut, forcing officials to suspend service for about an hour. Continuing delays are reported.
- Police: student allegedly brought gun to high school Updated: Apr-13-16 5:10 pm
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - Police in New Haven are searching for a high school student who allegedly brought a handgun to school after a dispute.
- Former New Haven police recruit wins age discrimination suit Updated: Apr-13-16 7:43 am
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - A federal jury has ruled in favor of a former New Haven Police Academy recruit who sued the city and a former officer for age discrimination and emotional distress.
- Yale lab looks to 'toys' to improve life on autism spectrum Updated: Apr-11-16 9:36 am
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - Researchers at Yale Child Study Center's Technology and Innovation Laboratory are using "toys" to conduct ground-breaking research to improve treatment and teaching techniques for those on the autism spectrum and with other developmental disabilities.
- Man gets plea deal for leading police to dismembered body Updated: Apr-09-16 11:56 am
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - A Branford man previously charged with murder in the disappearance of his neighbor has received a reduced sentence in exchange for leading authorities to the man's dismembered body.
- The Latest: Archdiocese vs. insurer in priest abuse cases Updated: Apr-08-16 5:07 pm
HARTFORD, Connecticut - The Latest about a lawsuit against an insurance company for refusing to reimburse a Roman Catholic archdiocese in Connecticut for payments it made to settle allegations of sexual abuse of minors by priests (all times local):
- Night of gunfire in New Haven ends with homicide Updated: Apr-07-16 7:40 am
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - New Haven police are investigating an early morning homicide in the city.
- Police investigating how woman's finger was bitten off Updated: Apr-07-16 6:46 am
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - Police are attempting to figure out how a portion of New Haven woman's finger was bitten off earlier this week in the city's Wooster Square neighborhood.
- Ledyard man indicted on federal narcotics charge Updated: Apr-06-16 1:07 pm
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - A Ledyard man has been indicted on a federal narcotics charge.
- New Haven police investigate 3 weekend shootings, stabbing Updated: Apr-04-16 8:04 am
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - New Haven police are investigating three shootings and a stabbing in the city over the weekend.
- Lawmakers, radiologists say Medicaid cuts hurt poor women Updated: Apr-03-16 10:45 am
HARTFORD, Connecticut - Radiologists and minority lawmakers are hoping to find enough money in Connecticut's cash-strapped budget to reverse last year's cut in the Medicaid reimbursement rate for radiology services, which they claim has already decreased poor and often-minority women's access to mammography service while possibly increasing their risk for undetected breast cancer.
- New Haven man sent to prison for illegal sawed-off shotgun Updated: Apr-02-16 3:28 pm
HARTFORD, Connecticut - A New Haven man has been sentenced to prison for illegally possessing a sawed-off shotgun.