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Report: Adam Lanza had no drugs in system

Sandy Hook Elementary School shooter Adam Lanza was not on drugs or alcohol when he killed 20 children and six educators on Dec. 14, the Hartford Courant is reporting. The report cites sources with

Report: Lanza motivated by Norway massacre

CBS News is reporting that Adam Lanza felt compelled to kill more people than a Norwegian who killed 77 people in 2011. The report cites two unnamed sources said to be briefed on the investigation of

Flags raised in Afghanistan for Newtown shooting victims

National Guardsmen of the 508th Military Police Company in Afghanistan held a flag-raising ceremony on Monday in remembrance of those killed on Dec. 14 in the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary

26 tweets for #26acts

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Danbury gun show canceled

The Danbury Gun & Knife Show scheduled for Jan. 5-6 has been canceled. The show’s promoter, Big Al’s Silver Bullet Productions, announced the cancellation on its website, as did Mayor Mark

Tennessee Titan runs for 94-yard TD with victims’ names on shoes

Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson is one of many athletes or teams paying tribute to the Sandy Hook shooting victims in one way or another. In Monday night’s game against the Jets, Johnson

Upcoming memorial services and vigils

Danbury:A regional “Tribute to Newtown” is planned for 7 p.m. Wednesday at the O’Neill Center on the Westside campus of Western Connecticut State University. Danbury: Calling hours for Lauren

Obama arrives in Connecticut

UPDATE (4:35 p.m.) — President Barack Obama has arrived at Bradley Air National Guard Base. WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama departed the White House Sunday afternoon under dreary skies on his

I-84 exits closed in Newtown

Eastbound and westbound Exit 10 of Interstate 84 is closed due to police activity, according to the state Department of Transportation. The DOT estimates it could take up to 12 hours to clear.

Obama releases statement on shooting

The following statement was released Friday by the White House: THE PRESIDENT:  This afternoon, I spoke with Governor Malloy and FBI Director Mueller.  I offered Governor Malloy my condolences on