Bald eagle swipes lunch to go as Connecticut nature photographer snaps picture: 'America's bird likes pizza'
Doug Gemmell, a photographer from Connecticut, snapped a picture of a juvenile bald eagle grabbing lunch to-go as he took flight.
Married Connecticut lunch lady allegedly sexually assaulted student, sent nude images for months
Andie Rosafort, 31, worked in the New Fairfield school district when the alleged crimes took place.
Here are the happiest cities in the US
Is the city you live in considered "happy"? WalletHub released their rankings of 2023’s Happiest Cities in America.
You can buy this storybook castle in Connecticut for $2M
The 117-year-old castle has five bedrooms, six fireplaces, and a private backyard with a koi pond.
Democratic-backed Connecticut bill would ban 'Latinx' term
A group of Hispanic lawmakers in Connecticut has proposed that the state follow Arkansas' lead and ban the term "Latinx" from official government documents, calling it offensive to Spanish speakers.
Alex Jones lawyer suspended 6 months over records release
Bellis said lawyer Norm Pattis failed to safeguard the families’ sensitive records in violation of her order that limited access to the documents to attorneys in the Connecticut case.
Sandy Hook 10 years later: Legacies and activism sparked by tragedy
December 14 marks the 10-year anniversary since the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School where 20 children and six educators were senselessly gunned down.
Mom fights off raccoon attacking young daughter waiting for school bus
The whole thing was captured on her home surveillance video — including when she grabbed the raccoon by the scruff and flung it across the yard.
Alex Jones ordered to pay $473M more to Sandy Hook families
That's on top of a $1 billion jury verdict issued last month.
Alex Jones seeks new trial after $1B Sandy Hook verdict
Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has asked a Connecticut judge to throw out a nearly $1 billion verdict against him and order a new trial in a lawsuit by Sandy Hook families.
Bear mauls 10-year-old boy in grandparents’ backyard in Connecticut
“I heard him yell ‘bear’ and when I looked up, I saw his leg in the bear’s mouth and the bear trying to drag him across the lawn,” the boy’s grandfather told a local news outlet.
Bristol Police Shooting: 3 police officers shot, 2 dead
3 police officers were shot in Bristol, Connecticut late on Wednesday in what authorities suspect was an ambush. Two of the officers died, according to officials.
Alex Jones ordered to pay $965 million for Sandy Hook hoax claims
A Connecticut jury has ordered conspiracy theorist Alex Jones to pay $965 million to Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims’ relatives and an FBI agent.
Alex Jones takes the stand in trial over his Sandy Hook hoax lies
Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones is trying to limit damages he must pay for promoting the lie that the 2012 Sandy Hook school massacre was a hoax.
Alex Jones' 2nd Sandy Hook defamation trial set to begin in Connecticut
After losing one nearly $50 million verdict in Texas, Alex Jones is going on trial again in Connecticut for calling the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting a hoax.
Watch: Thieves steal car from Connecticut gas station in 7 seconds
Police in Watertown, Connecticut, said there has been a “drastic increase” in stolen cars recently and warned drivers to never leave keys in the vehicle.
Powassan virus death in Connecticut
A Connecticut woman has died of Powassan virus, a tick borne illness.
Sandy Hook families agree to $73M settlement with gun maker Remington
Sandy Hook families of nine victims have agreed to a $73 million settlement of a lawsuit against the maker of the rifle used to kill 20 first-graders and six educators in 2012.
Alex Jones found liable for damages in Sandy Hook defamation lawsuits
A Connecticut judge found Alex Jones liable for damages in lawsuits brought by parents of children killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
Connecticut lifting almost all COVID-19 capacity limits on businesses
Beginning March 19, restaurants, retail, gyms, libraries, museums, offices and houses of worship will be able to open at full capacity, though masks will still be required.