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He has been arrested and faces charges of manslaughter.
Two important laws on police accountability were passed in Connecticut this year.
The nation-wide movement spread to Hartford on Thursday.
Customers inside the Vero Beach McDonald’s tried to save the Connecticut man biking from Maryland to Miami to propose.
Car linked to alleged threat was found in Hamden, Secret Service determines there wasn't a need to make an arrest after investigation.
The Farmington woman was driving 20 children to school when she was arrested.
Police say taking a break at a Vero Beach McDonald’s proved fatal for the Connecticut man.
Police are asking drivers to be cautious of the animal spotted around Route 4.
The Unionville man was completing a bucket list bicycling trip and was planning to propose to his girlfriend.
There were 315 accidents, one fatal, and 35 driving while under the influence citations.
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.
The Courant reports that the state DMV will cite the bus company because it can't prove it conducted a proficiency test of the driver.
The driver, headed to Irving Robbins MS, reportedly had a blood alcohol level three times the legal limit for commercial-licensed drivers.
The child was left unattended in its carseat for more than 5 hours.
A woman was sentenced for supplying meth for the Connecticut drug ring.
Firefighters from Berlin, Farmington and Glastonbury are part of a Dept. of Energy and Environmental Protection crew sent to California.
Arrests made by Farmington Police from Aug. 17 through Aug. 19, 2014.
Arrests as reported by Farmington Police from Aug. 14 through Aug. 16, 2014.
Governor signs bipartisan bill in Fairfield that requires installation of ignition locks after first drunk driving offense.