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Running red lights is a serious problem. In 2010, according to the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety, 673 people were killed and an estimated 122,000 were injured in crashes in which police were able to establish that drivers ran red lights. Comment?
Hillhouse-New Haven defeated Notre Dame-West Haven 63-49 and No. 1 Fairfield Prep 53-47 in overtime in the SCC tournament title game to assume the No. Comment?
Manhattan 34, Fairfield 31 : Both teams shot poorly in Riverdale, N.Y., but Manhattan managed to win it, led by Shane Richards' 11 points. Comment?
Lindsey Hiebert , a Yale University sophomore and member of the March of Dimes National Youth Council, was presented with the 2012 Junior Humanitarian Award by the March of Dimes Connecticut Chapter. Comment?
State Rep. Ernest Hewett, D- New London , has been stripped of his role as deputy speaker of the House over what was taken as a lewd remark he made to a teenaged girl at a legislative hearing last week. Comment?
Quick to emphasize that they're not criticizing the work of municipal plow drivers, council members are setting up a panel to study how the city could have better handled the blizzard cleanup. Comment?
The first apartment dwellers could be moved into the bank turned residential tower on Main Street by this time next year, the developer told me this morning. Comment?
A new coalition of activists, labor leaders and undocumented immigrants stood in the state Legislative Office Building on Tuesday and asked for public support in reforming an immigration system that they argue is broken and cruel to families. Comment?
Three officers of New Stream Capital, a Ridgefield hedge fund that for years has been tied-up in bankruptcy court and the subject of a review by securities regulators, were charged with fraud Tuesday following their indictment by a federal grand jury in New Haven late last week. Comment?
The divide between Connecticut's gun manufacturers and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy would seem too wide to bridge, but after a cordial meeting, both sides are showing some optimism. Comment?
Nearly 200 people, from hospital executives to a 9-year-old from New Haven who attends a youth program, came to the state Capitol complex Friday night to criticize Gov. Comment?
With interstate highways across the nation needing billions of dollars of maintenance and repair, the federal government is slowly loosening its once-ironclad policy against installing new toll systems, consultants told state lawmakers Friday. Comment?
The city of New Haven will begin the process of turning Route 34 from a short, three-exit highway into a broad boulevard when it starts preparing to close Exit 3 by the end of the month, according to a statement Thursday from City Hall. Comment?
State lawmakers in the Black and Latino Caucus announced plans Thursday to hold public forums with residents in Connecticut cities long beleaguered with gun violence. Comment?
About three years ago, Ian Maxwell of Ledyard made a drum set out of a trash can, duct tape, a piece of wood and a tin can as a cymbal. Comment?
A former Mormon Bishop based in Connecticut admitted in federal court Wednesday that he swindled about $400,000 from congregants in an investment fraud and used part of the money to build a waterfront home in Stratford . Comment?
Is pie the new cupcake? More specifically, are "pie cups" the new cupcake? If business partners Larry DeNorio and Tim John have anything to say about it, they will be. Comment?
Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour, an annual series of short films that are screened to stoke interest in outdoor sports, comes to Connecticut this week with three screenings around the state, sponsored by Trailblazer and Denali. Comment?
A New Haven man was charged after police say he tried to flee from a crash, bit a police officer and was found in possession of PCP . Comment?
A recent participant in this sport is Rep. Joe Courtney who represents Connecticut's 2nd Congressional District. Comment?