Monthly Archive for August, 2014

: August, 2014

Car linked to Obama threat found in CT

The Hartford Courant reports that a car the U.S. Secret Service was seeking in connection with an alleged threat against President Barack Obama was located late Friday night in Hamden. Meanwhile, NBC

Report: Woman gives birth after I-95 crash

WTNH News 8 has learned that the woman who died in the crash on I-95 Wednesday in New Haven, was driving her pregnant friend to the hospital when that crash happened. That crash happened at exit 46 in

DEEP warns limited lifeguards for Labor Day Weekend

HARTFORD – Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is reminding state residents and visitors that the number of lifeguards at state park swimming areas will be significantly

State police warn about virus scam

HARTFORD – State police are warning residents about a telephone scam in which a caller claims to represent Microsoft and requests money to repair a computer virus. State police said Southbury police

Indian Well reopens swimming area

The beach at Indian Well State Park in Shelton reopened Wednesday after passing water samples tests, the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection said. With the exception of Lake

Fugitive wanted in Norwalk stabbing case arrested in North Carolina

Norwalk – A fugitive wanted for a stabbing that occurred in November was arrested in North Carolina by the United States Marshals Service and extradited back to Connecticut Tuesday. Monique Hodge, 42,

Stratford’s Dzurenda to run New York City jails

HARTFORD – Connecticut Department of Correction Commissioner James E. Dzurenda is resigning Friday to become First Deputy Commissioner for the New York City Department of Correction, Gov. Dannel P.

Pass a school bus, pay a steep fine

With the start of a new school year, State Police are reminding drivers that it is illegal pass a school bus with its flashing lights on. Whether approaching or following a school bus, the driver is

Report: Drivers in Bridgeport among the worst

Bridgeport, and New England drivers in general, have some of the worst drivers in the nation. That’s at least according to the 10th annual Allstate America’s Best Drivers Report that examined car

American Heart Association wants e-cigs treated as tobacco product

The American Heart Association says e-cigarettes containing nicotine are tobacco products and should be subject to the same laws and regulations. In a new policy statement issued Monday, the