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  • Truck Slams Into A Home In West Suffield

    A Suffield couple received a rude awakening this morning when a truck crashed into their front door. • This happened just before 1:30 this morning on N Stone Street in West Suffield. The driver of the pick-up truck crashed into a utility pole and...
  • 6th Person Dies From Conn. Power Plant Explosion‎

    6th Person Dies From Conn. Power Plant Explosion‎
    A sixth person has died from injuries he sustained in a massive Connecticut power plant explosion. Kenneth Haskell, of New Durham, N.H., died Friday afternoon at Hartford Hospital. Authorities say the 37-year-old man was a superintendent for Keystone...
  • Woman's Death Ruled A Homicide

    An 80-year-old woman whose husband allegedly beat her with a hammer has died and the state medical examiner has declared her death a homicide. Francoise Genesse died Wednesday at Hartford Hospital. She was taken there April 25 after the assault. Her...
  • Officials: Trinity Student Died Of Natural Causes

    HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - The Connecticut medical examiner's office says a Trinity College freshman who died after falling ill in her dorm room suffered a pulmonary embolism. Authorities ruled out foul play Tuesday in the death of Adrianna Duffy, who died...
  • Police Investigate Shooting In Hartford

    Hartford Police are looking for suspects in a late Thursday night shooting in the city. Around 11:20 p.m., police responded to 59 Elmers St. for report of shots fired and police found numerous shell casings. But, they found no victim. However, police...
  • November 1, 2009

    Hartford's gang problem -- Escalation or exaggeration? Guests: Anthony Griffin, Hartford entrepreneur; and Linda Miller, retired school teacher. Boston's "Gang Green" -- Can the Celtics win 18th NBA title? Guest: Scott Gray, sportscaster; WTIC NewsTalk...
  • Local Hip-Hop Artist Shot In Hartford

    Local Hip-Hop Artist Shot In Hartford
    A local hip-hop artist was seriously injured after being shot six times in the Parkville section of Hartford. However despite his wounds, the man is expected to make a full recovery. Hartford Police say the shooting happened on Park Street at 2:30...
  • Two Pedestians Hit, One Killed In Hartford

    Hartford Police are investigating a pedestrian who was hit and killed by car Sunday night in the south end of the city. Hartford police said at 8:35 p.m., police said that a black Toyota was traveling on Elliot St. when the vehicle approached the...
  • Free Mammograms

    Click here for info on free mammograms for women who don't have health insurance. Do you qualify for a FREE mammogram? Here's how it works… Women must be at least 40 years old to qualify Your last mammogram must have been performed more than 12 months...
  • Sixth Juror Chosen In Perez Trial

    With the six regular jurors now seated, the prosecution and defense in Mayor Eddie A. Perez's bribery and larceny trial need only select three alternate jurors to have a full panel. The felony corruption trial is scheduled to start next month. The...
  • Funding Approved For UConn Health Center's Upgrade

    Funding Approved For UConn Health Center's Upgrade
    The University of Connecticut scored a victory this week when legislators approved a $362 million plan to revamp and expand the UConn Health Center and fund health initiatives involving other area hospitals. On Friday, officials from three hospitals...
  • About 25% Of Reported Hospital Mishaps Are Investigated By Connecticut Health Officials

    More than 1,200 adverse-event reports have been filed by Connecticut hospitals since the law was changed in 2004, including at least 116 in which patients died. About one in four are investigated, down from half of cases investigated before the law was...