Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
Connecticut compiled the information to determine if the state has a racial profiling problem.
Two important laws on police accountability were passed in Connecticut this year.
The accident was reported around 9 a.m.
The public is invited to attend a Firefighter Recognition Day ceremony that honors all Connecticut firefighters.
Police were able to locate the suspicious car in Hamden, Conn. on Friday.
Most traffic deaths from speeding in Connecticut are on rural roads. The state Department of Transportation focuses its efforts there.
The National Safety Council estimates car accidents will kill 395 people over the 2014 Labor Day weekend.
Law enforcement authorities are looking for a 2014 silver Volkswagen Jetta driven by a man thought to have made a threat against Obama.
A woman was sentenced for supplying meth for the Connecticut drug ring.
Cop-on-top event to benefit Special Olympics Connecticut at the Shoppes at Farmington Valley from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 23.
Victim is in stable condition.
Joshua Lacomb, 26, of New Hartford, was charged with evading responsibility.
Simonds Ave. is closed as Canton Police investigate the scene.
The state is seeking to reinstate the 2002 murder conviction of Kennedy nephew Michael Skakel.
Ronald Patterson Jr., 43, of Bridgeport, CT was killed Thursday when the military truck he was traveling in rolled over after a crash on I95
The off ramp at Exit 21 in Rye, NY is closed due to a fatal accident involving a CT military vehicle
Canton's volunteer firefighters and EMTs are ready to serve hungry patrons on Thursday, August 21
from 11:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
UCONN Health Emergency Medical Services is partnering with Canton Ambulance to carry a drug that will reduce opiate overdoses.
Mark your calendars for hot drawn butter, lemon slices, meaty lobster and fun on August 15, 16, 17.
Police don't believe the grenade had anything to do with the death of Kent Sears, 67.