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Bristol Police Investigate Suspicious Fire

Police are investigating a fire that broke out last night at a Bristol home. They're calling the fire suspicious and found remnants of a petroleum product where the flames broke out at 71 John Avenue....

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Murder Suspect Extradited to CT

Police extradited a 26-year-old man from a maximum-security prison Wednesday afternoon on charges of a 2011 murder and attempted murder in Norwich. Daquan R. Holmes, of 185th Street, Queens, N.Y., was...

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Pediatric Cancer Patients to Ride Snoopy Blimp

This Saturday, four children battling cancer will take to the skies for a once-in-a-lifetime ride in the MetLife Snoopy blimp. The opportunity comes from a partnership between MetLife and the Believe...

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Bristol Backs Hernandez

The basketball court is busy in Bristol's Rockwell Park, where Aaron Hernandez used to play as a boy.  "He actually played more basketball and baseball than football," said Gregory Lamboy, a Bristol...

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Double Shooting in New Haven Injures 2

New Haven police are responding to a double shooting that left one victim in critical condition and the other with minor injuries. The shooting occurred around 3 p.m. when two men, 25 and 28, were both...

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Leaking Water Main Closes Roads in New Haven

A leaking water main at the corner of Whalley Avenue and Amity Road in Westville, New Haven has closed the area to traffic as crews work to make repairs. According to a press release from the South...

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Police Investigate Deadly New Haven Crash

New Haven police are investigating a crash that killed two at a New Haven gas station Thursday morning in what they call one of the most tragic accidents they've seen in a long time. Family members of...

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State Holds Disaster Drill

First responders around the state held an emergency preparedness drill today to help improve response efforts after storms and other disasters. The drill simulated an ice storm. In Torrington,...

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Ban Proposed on Sale of Dogs, Cats in Pet Stores

If animal rights activists have their way, Branford could be the first town in Connecticut to ban the retail sale of dogs, cats and rabbits. “They’re not treated the way you and I would treat our...

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Panhandlers Charged in Fatal Hollywood Stabbing

Three transients were charged Thursday in the murder of a woman who prosecutors say was stabbed to death near a busy Hollywood intersection because she refused to give them $1 after taking their...

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Ex-Marines Sentenced in Murders of Marine Sgt. and Wife

Three former Marines found guilty by jurors of torturing and killing a fellow Marine and his wife in a 2008 execution-style slaying in Southern California were sentenced Thursday. Former Lance Cpl....

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Tourist's Death in Water Tank Was Accident

The death of a Canadian tourist whose body was found in a rooftop water tank at a downtown Los Angeles hotel was ruled accidental due to drowning, according to the Los Angeles County coroner. The...

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Scare in the Air: 2 Planes in Near-Miss Above NYC

Two planes came dangerously close to each other in the air over New York City, NBC 4 New York has learned. The near-miss at 3:45 p.m. on June 13 is being investigated by the Federal Aviation...

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New London Can't Afford K-9's Medication

A New London police K-9 is being forced to retire because the city can't afford to pay for his arthritis medication. Buck has been a member of the New London Police Department's K-9 team since 2008,...

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400 Students Tested for Tuberculosis at Va. School

More than 400 people will be tested starting Friday for tuberculosis after being in contact with a person carrying the disease at Lee High School in Fairfax County, Va. The Fairfax County Health...

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Anthony Weiner Apologizes After Voter Uses Gay Slur

New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner is apologizing after a voter used a gay slur to refer to his opponent, Christine Quinn, who is a lesbian. In the encounter observed by the Washington...

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Miami Heat Championship Parade, Rally Planned for Monday

For the second year in a row, the Heat and the City of Miami are preparing to celebrate the 2013 NBA Championship with a downtown parade and rally at AmericanAirlines Arena. The Heat Championship...

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Look Up! “Supermoon” to Light Up Skies Sunday

Up in the sky this Sunday morning, there will be birds, planes and the "supermoon." A lunar event that occurs when the moon is at its closest point to the Earth, this weekend's "supermoon" will also...

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Principal Investigated After Allegations of Bullying

Walsh Elementary in Waterbury has made headlines again.  Allegations of bullying prompted the Waterbury School District to investigate the school principal. Principal Erik Brown is on paid leave and...

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Quinnipiac Settles in Title IX Suit

A court settlement agreed upon yesterday put an end to four years of litigation pitting Quinnipiac University against five women’s volleyball players and their coach. When the university announced its...

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