After four years of legal skirmishes, former Bush administration lawyer John Michael Farren is due to stand trial in June on charges of attempted murder and assault in connection with accusations he beat his wife nearly to death.
Following four strong underwater signals in the past week, all has gone quiet in the hunt for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet, meaning the batteries in the plane’s all-important black boxes may finally have died.
Nicole O’Neil was standing about 150 feet from where the second bomb detonated at last year’s Boston Marathon. She wasn’t physically injured, but, nearly one year later, the 34-year-old Charlestown photographer says she hasn’t fully recovered.
A Connecticut official is encouraging taxpayers scrambling to meet the income tax filing deadline to file electronically.
The University of Connecticut men’s and women’s basketball teams will be hitting the streets of Hartford in a parade celebrating their national championships.
An 18 year old told police he was attacked and robbed while walking down the street in Springfield Sunday morning.
Connecticut lawmakers are again considering a bill that would protect the public’s right to record police officers, but law enforcement officials aren’t backing down from their opposition.
Chandler Whitmer threw for 163 yards and a touchdown Saturday in Connecticut’s first Blue and White Spring game under new coach Bob Diaco.
President Barack Obama has appointed a senior biologist at the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection as commissioner of the Council of North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organization.
Ludlow Police Sgt. David Belanger told 22News that just before midnight, a driver failed to take a sharp turn on Fuller Street near West Street in Ludlow and crashed into the woods.
For the second night this weekend Springfield police are dealing with late night violence. Just after midnight Sunday morning, police were called to the intersection of Worthington Street and Federal Street.
Organizers of a weekend parade for the University of Connecticut men’s and women’s national championship basketball teams say they expect hundreds of thousands of people to show up in Hartford for the celebration.
A government relations chief for the Human Rights Campaign is joining Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy’s office as his chief of staff.
While in Shanghai last year, Boston College professor Jeremy Clarke heard a strange tale that could have sprung from the pages of a classic mystery novel.
Two Massachusetts men working on high-tension power lines are dead after their bucket truck tipped over while they were in the basket more than 100 feet in the air.
Rookie Kelly Olynyk matched a career high with 25 points and the short-handed Boston Celtics defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 111-99 on Saturday night.
Syrian government media and rebel forces said Saturday that poison gas had been used in a central village, injuring scores of people, while blaming each other for the attack.
The Pioneer Valley USO hosted it’s fourth annual Military ball and gala at the Delaney House in Holyoke, honoring veterans and active members.
Boston city officials have announced improved public safety measures for the final two miles of this year’s Boston Marathon.
The U.S. Navy on Saturday christened the first ship of its newest class of destroyers, a more than $3 billion, 610-foot-long warship sporting advanced technology and a stealthy shape designed to minimize its visibility on enemy radar and reduce the size of its crew.