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    West Haven Police investigating after early morning shooting

    WEST HAVEN – West Haven Police responded to a report of gun shots in the area of Dix Street Saturday morning. The call came in around 2:44 a.m. with reports of 4 or 5 gunshots heard in the area. An individual was seen running into an address on Dix Street right after the shots were heard. When officers arrived, they saw n individual inside the address suffering form a bullet wound in his back near his shoulder. The victim stated […]

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    Women of color on what’s at stake under President Trump

    NEW YORK — Hundreds of thousands of women are expected to march in Washington D.C. and other cities across the country this weekend to raise awareness of women’s rights and other civil rights issues that many think are being threatened by the Trump administration. The gathering is expected to be multi-racial, multi-ethnic, inclusive of LGBTQ Americans, immigrants and yes, men, too. But one group in particular is hoping their voices will be heard by Washington: women of color. Over the […]

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    Early morning Wethersfield fire tears through home

    WETHERSFIELD — The Wethersfield Volunteer Fire Department tackled a house fire in the early morning hours on Sunday. Crews were dispatched to a home at 605 Nott Street around 3:07 a.m.. When firefighters arrived, they found the house heavily involved in fire with heavy smoke conditions throughout the house. Captain James Ritter confirms no one was in the house at the time. Fire fighters initially went into the house for search and rescue, along with fighting the fire inside but […]

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    Manchester man arrested after slamming into utility pole, two people critically injured

    MANCHESTER — Police are investigating after an early morning crash on Sunday sent two people to the hospital in critical condition. Around 5:07 a.m., Manchester Police responded to a crash in front of 482 West Middle Turnpike. A car had crashed into a utility pole, heavily damaging both the pole and the car. Both the front seat and rear seat passengers sustained serious and life-threatening injuries. They were not wearing seatbelts. They were treated t the scene then taken to […]

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    Clinton man arrested after overnight burglaries

    CLINTON — Clinton police arrested a man after they say he burglarized a couple homes in the area, all while highly intoxicated. Around 12:38 a.m., Clinton police recieved a call from a resident on Brush Hill Road. The caller reported she was woken up by an unknown male intruder inside her home. She confronted him and he fled the house before police could arrive. Then, around 1:45 a.m., police recieved another call from a resident on Carriage Drive. That caller […]

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    One dead, others injured after car drives through crash scene in Salem: Police

    SALEM — Connecticut State Police are investigating after a serious car accident in Salem Friday night left one woman dead, and others injured. Police say it all started around 5:30 p.m. with a three car crash. A car was attempting to pass when it struck one car, and hit another head on. It was unclear what injuries resulted in that crash, because while they were out of their cars, another car traveling southbound didn’t acknowledge the crash scene ahead of […]

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    One person dead, firefighter injured after Shelton fire

    SHELTON — A person has died after a fire ripped through a Shelton building at 33 Hull Street early Saturday morning. Shelton Fire Marshal James Tortora says the call came in around 5 a.m. to a commercial building with a fire on the 4th floor.  Fire crews from Derby and Monroe also assisted on scene. Randol Rios, 69, of Shelton, was discovered at the foot of the building. He was badly burned and injured. He worked at the Machine Builders […]

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    Uncasville school to host community forum on ongoing opioid crisis

    UNCASVILLE — The Saint Bernard School in Uncasville will be hosting a community forum on the opioid epidemic in eastern Connecticut, on Tuesday, January 31, from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Some of the presenters at the forum will include retired New London Police Captain Ken Edwards, pediatrician Dr. Walia, and Lisa Cote and Ashley Giordano from a non-profit organization called “Community Speaks Out.” The Saint Bernard Headmaster Don Macrino said the forum is being help as part of the school’s […]

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    Stabbing inside Big Y Supermarket in Old Lyme kills one, seriously injures other

    OLD LYME — State Police Troop F is investigating after two people were stabbed near an Old Lyme grocery store. The incident occurred around 2:12 p.m. insidethe Big Y Supermarket plaza in Old Lyme, located at 90 Halls Road. The supermarket was closed for the investigation, state police said. State Police say at least two people were stabbed. One person died, and another was taken to Yale-New Haven via Life Star with a serious injury. Police say that this was not a random […]

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    Fundraiser held to help victims of deadly motorcycle crash

    TORRINGTON — The Torrington community came together Sunday to help the victims of a deadly motorcycle crash. The accident happened last October in Litchfield. A car had crossed the double yellow line into traffic on Route 63 and hit multiple motorcycles. Harwinton mother Aislinn Kern was killed. Her husband, Eddy, was badly injured and faced multiple surgeries. 4 others were also injured that day. On Sunday, the biking community came out to help raise money for medical bills. Kern’s family […]