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There are 2.54 million Connecticut residents who are of driving age or older. And during that time frame there were 366,000 traffic stops across the state.
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'A message to the allies of America': British aid worker beheaded by ISIS after being forced to condemn UK government for backing U.S. foreign policy as 'Jihadi John' threatens another Briton is next Is the net closing on Jihadi John? Latest beheading video comes after days of claims special forces are on his tail Inside jihadi boot camp: Islamist fighters in Syria release video of training program showing extremists abseiling down rock faces and descending zip wires Django Unchained actress and her white husband hit out at 'racist' cops who handcuffed her 'mistaking her for a PROSTITUTE after they kissed in public' Palin supporters claim birthday brawl was started by daughter's ex-boyfriend who 'tried to get in to their stretch limo Hummer' and Sarah was just defending her family Bride-to-be whose fiance died just days before their wedding has a heartbreaking photo shoot in her dress ... (more)
By now, you've heard of the castle for sale in Woodstock , Conn., that features turrets, a moat, a 30-acre pond and an interesting past . At an impressive $45 million asking price, you might think it's the most expensive home on the market in Connecticut.
Karen Barski, left, and Angela D'Amico, of Trumbull, Conn. are the owners of the Compassionate Care Center, medical marijuana dispensary opening on Garella Road in bethel, Conn.
Connecticut State Treasurer Denise Nappier is encouraging residents who may have used some of the state-issued prepaid debit cards at Home Depot to take steps to prevent unauthorized use of their accounts. The home-improvement chain has confirmed a theft that could have gone back as far as April and affected customers who used credit and debit cards at nearly 2,200 of its U.S. and Canadian stores.
Grab your beer steins and and practice your best German cheers, it's Oktoberfest! "But it's only September?" Oktoberfest officially begins in September, not October, contrary to popular belief. The popular German tradition began in the early 1800s and is celebrated in Munich, Germany for 16 days.
Prosecutors say a Colorado man accused of kidnapping a 14-year-old Connecticut girl he met online had been planning to abduct her for more than a year. Boulder County Deputy District Attorney Tim Johnson told a judge Thursday that 53-year-old Timothy Wind drove from Longmont, Colorado to Hartford to get her in August.
Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy speaks at the Stamford Chamber of Commerce's annual meeting at the Hilton in Stamford, Conn., on Friday, September 12, 2014. Photo: Lindsay Perry Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy speaks at the Stamford Chamber of Commerce's annual meeting at the Hilton in Stamford, Conn., on Friday, September 12, 2014.
Storybook Pajama Party at Stepping Stones Museum: The Berenstain Bears Go To School! The fun doesn't end at 5:00 pm. Storybook Pajama Parties promote literacy and positive family interaction in a fun environment that celebrates learning.
The schooner Mystic Whaler passes close to City Pier in New London for the Connecticut Maritime Heritage Festival Friday, Sept. 12, 2014.
"As an environmental hazard, the byproducts of meth labs contaminate their surroundings with harmful fumes and highly explosive chemical compounds," according to a face sheet from the U.S. Forest Service. "Abandoned meth labs are basically time bombs, waiting for the single spark that can ignite the contents of the lab.
The Archdiocese of Hartford is asking the state Supreme Court to overturn a $1 million verdict for a man who claimed abuse by a priest in the early 1980s. The Hearst Connecticut Media Group reports that the archdiocese says the law extending the statute of limitations for such lawsuits is unconstitutional.
One of two men convicted in the gruesome killings of a mother and her two daughters in a 2007 Connecticut home invasion is suing the state, claiming his rights are violated because he's being denied kosher food in prison. Steven Hayes, who is on death row at Northern Correctional Institution in Somers, describes himself in his federal lawsuit as an orthodox Jew and claims he's been requesting a kosher diet since May 2013, The New Haven Register reported .
A massive fire at a warehouse that houses a roofing company and perfume-recycling company in Bridgeport has forced evacuations of residents, cut electrical power and led to pollution and a ban on fishing in the Long Island Sound. Connecticut environmental officials said Friday morning they have temporarily closed fishing areas in Bridgeport Harbor and on the Sound from Norwalk to Milford.
Online gamer nabbed in Monmouth school threat hoaxes Admitted being part of online gaming group that Skyped threats of bombs, shootings and terror Check out this story on app.com: http://on.app.com/1rYolqJ Local and state police responded to St. John Vianney High School in Holmdel after a bomb threat was reported at the school in January.
Everywhere I travel in Connecticut, the message from our citizens is consistent and clear: Connecticut is borrowing too much, spending too much and taxing too much. The fiscal future of our state is on the precipice of collapse.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 09:28 am
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