Descendants push to exonerate Connecticut women accused of 'witchcraft' in the 1600s
It was nearly 400 years ago when women in Connecticut who were feared to be witches were hanged or drowned. Descendants are still fighting to exonerate them.
James McGrath, Fairfield Prep student, killed in fight at party
James McGrath was stabbed to death when a fight reportedly broke out at a party over the weekend. He was a student at Fairfield Prep.
Dangerously hot weather engulfs New York area
The National Weather Service has issued several alerts, including Excessive Heat Warnings and Heat Advisories, for much of New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut.
Racist slurs, images interrupt racial equity Zoom meeting
Cops in Connecticut are investigating a racist so-called Zoom bombing incident as a possible hate crime because someone interrupted a meeting of a racial equity task force with racist epithets and images of enslaved people.
How to vote by mail using an absentee ballot in Connecticut
In light of the risks posed by the coronavirus pandemic, Connecticut now allows any registered voter to request an absentee ballot. Here is what you need to know.
Several colleges closing study abroad programs in Italy amid virus concerns
Syracuse University is going to close a study abroad program in Italy because of the spread of the new coronavirus.