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The woman was treated at Milford Hospital for her injuries.
It appears the man fell from the mountain/cliff area onto the rocks below.
The state is seeking to reinstate the 2002 murder conviction of Kennedy nephew Michael Skakel.
The car fire happened around 4 p.m.
The Greenwich Board of Selectmen pay respects to Greenwich High School victims of boating accident.
Deshommes Flynn, 20, of Arizona allegedly walked past TSA officers and approached the full-body scanner with no intention of stopping.
The Orange resident served as a doctor in Monroe at a walk-in clinic.
The Shelton resident was shopping at a Trader Joe's while her 3-year-old sat in the car.
Timothy Granta, 22, appeared briefly in Superior Court, Milford on Tuesday.
The theft occurred earlier in the school year.
Arrests include DUI's, and interfering with police.
Police responded initially to an accident call on Wilson Street.
The Woodbridge attorney faces prison time.
Woodbridge's Elizabeth Ball, 44, accused of leaving 7-year-old child alone in car for 20 minutes.
The Woodbridge Police Department brought the charges against Karen Lombardi.
The 50-year-old has been arrested by New Haven Police for allegedly making the anonymous call on Nov. 25 that claimed a gunman was headed to the Yale University campus.
The convicted murderer in the Cheshire home invasion case apparently tried to commit suicide earlier this week.
Donna Lee Carswell, 64, of Grovetown, GA was arrested and accused by the state Department of Agriculture of placing sick animals into adoptions in Connecticut and Rhode Island.