UB student pleads not guilty to rape

BRIDGEPORT – A University of Bridgeport student pleaded not guilty Tuesday to sodomizing a female student during an off-campus party last month. Luis Campozano, 18, of Bronx, N.Y., pleaded not guilty

Dolphin’s Cove owner going to prison

NEW HAVEN-The owner of the popular Dolphin’s Cove Marina on Bridgeport’s east side will be spending two months in federal prison beginning in October. Chief U.S. District Judge Janet C. Hall imposed

Coast Guard, witness save three after boat capsizes

STRATFORD – Three people were rescued after their boat capsized near Stratford Sunday afternoon. A passerby called the Coast Guard’s Long Island Sound center around 2:30 p.m. and reported three people

Finch asking business to help buyback guns

BRIDGEPORT – In the wake of recent violence at Trumbull Gardens and other locations, Mayor Bill Finch is asking city businesses to donate money for a gun buyback program. “We can and must do more to

Bridgeport PD seeks suspect in shooting

Bridgeport detectives are asking for assistance in identifying a suspect who shot at two victims in the Greene Homes housing complex on last Monday at 6:51 p.m. The two victims were able to escape

Cops make arrest in cold case murder

BRIDGEPORT – Police Friday made an arrest in a 2010 homicide. Billy Ray “BJ” Jones, 32, was charged with murder, criminal possession of a firearm, and carrying a pistol without permit in the June 21,
In this April 29, 2015 picture, birds take flight from the Salton Sea near Niland, Calif. Located on what is called the "Pacific flyway," heavy migrations of waterfowl, marsh and seabirds take advantage of the Salton Sea during spring and fall.  For them, the lake is a desert oasis from vast stretches of rock and sand. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

Yale: Changes in birds’ ranges may greatly affect ecosystems

From a press release: NEW HAVEN — As changing climate reshapes the geographic range of thousands of bird species in the coming decades, ecosystems across wide swaths of the planet may be compromised,

Finch campaign cancels launch

In the wake of the shootings at Trumbull Gardens, a public housing development, Mayor Bill Finch’s campaign for a third term has cancelled tonight’s official kickoff. The campaign said further details