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Sandy Hook Benefit Run This Weekend

Thousands of people are expected in Hartford this weekend for the Sandy Hook Run for Families, a special race to honor the lives of the 20 first graders and six staff members who were killed in the...

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Multiple Guilty Verdicts in "Bell 6" Corruption Trial

A jury reached mixed verdicts in the trial of the so-called "Bell 6," finding former City Council members guilty of several counts of misappropriation of public funds in a scandal that left a small...

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Vernon Remains May Take Weeks To Identify

Police in Vernon said it may be several weeks before they will be able to identify human remains found last week. A man walking through the woods off West Street found a skull by an old landfill on...

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Al-Qaida Terror Suspect Charged in NYC

An alleged al-Qaida operative accused of plotting to kill U.S. troops and diplomats overseas has been sent to New York from Libya for trial, prosecutors said.   Ibrahim Suleiman Adnan Adam Harun was...

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Companies Track Workers' Waistlines to Boost Bottom Line

CVS has come under fire for asking employees covered under the company’s health care plan to disclose a range of personal information — from their weight to glucose levels — or face a financial...

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Parents Don't Blame Neighbor in Fatal Shooting of Teen

The parents of a Virginia teenager who was shot to death by a neighbor early Sunday say they don't fault the man who killed their son. Caleb Gordley, 16, was a three-sport athlete and an aspiring rap...

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Should the Boy Scouts Admit Gay Members?

Nearly all of the scout leaders that testified Wednesday night in Bridgeport said the Boy Scouts of America is the best youth movement in the world. But not allowing openly gay scout leaders is against...

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14-Year-Old Girl Dies After Inhaling Computer Cleaner

A 14-year-old honor student from Northridge, California died this week after inhaling computer keyboard cleaner, a growing trend among students as young as eighth grade. "I'm positive my daughter...

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Board Approves Tuition Hike

The Board of Regents for High Education on Thursday decided to raise tuition and fees as state universities and colleges, much to the disappointment of students who attended the meeting, wearing...

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Couple Planned Babysitting Business to Cover Sex Abuse: Feds

A New York couple has been arrested and accused of plotting to babysit children as a cover to drug and sexually abuse them, federal prosecutors said.   Special agents with the FBI and NYPD detectives...

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3-Car Crash Causes Congestion on Wilbur Cross Parkway

A three-car crash on Route 15 South between exits 59 and 60, at the Hamden/ New Haven line, is causing heavy congestion. The crash is prior to West Rock and traffic is backed up to exit 61. One viewer...

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Missouri Man Breaks Into Church Kitchen, Steals Ice Cream

Sometimes that craving for ice cream hits in the middle of the night. It made one Missouri man break into a church kitchen and raid it for some frozen delight. Andrew Steven Jung, 23, was arrested and...

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K-2 Was Hidden in Lottery Machine: Cops

A drug task force hit the jackpot when they checked a lottery ticket machine in Manchester gas station and found K2, a form of synthetic marijuana, inside, according to the East Central Narcotics Task...

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Massachusetts Man Charged in Union Double Fatal

State police have arrested a 27-year-old Worcester, Massachusetts man in connection with a fiery rollover crash that killed two people in Union in April 2012. Theophilus Asare turned himself in to...

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Tom Coughlin Slams JPP for Being Overweight Last Season

Tom Coughlin is not a man who often uses the media to fight his battles.  He likes to spout off that talk is cheap and that players should just play the game, but Coughlin isn't above using the power...

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YouTube, Twitter Celebrate Big Milestones

It's a big week for social networking sites. Seven years ago on Thursday, Twitter founder Jack Dorsey sent his first tweet into the Twitterverse. The microblogging site celebrated its seventh birthday...

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School Bans Shirts With Band Logo

A Wolcott middle school has banned shirts with a certain cat because of what the logo represents, according to the Waterbury Republican-American. Students at Tyrrell Middle School were wearing shirts...

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Malloy “Bewildered” by Cafero’s Request for School Shooting Investigation...

The state plans to release additional information next week on the investigation into the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in December, Gov. Dannel Malloy said on Thursday and he said he is...

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Rock Cats Batting Cages Catch Fire

Three weeks before opening day for the New Britain Rock Cats, firefighters put out a fire at the team’s batting cages and the former team owner said it appears that some youths set the fire. Flames and...

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Fallen Soldier to Be Buried at Arlington National Cemetery

Funeral arrangements have been set for Monday for a Connecticut Army Captain killed in Afghanistan. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. George Church, 33 Whitfield Street in Hartford at 11...

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