Five New Haven police officers were charged with second-degree reckless endangerment and cruelty.

Richard "Randy" Cox was arrested for illegal possession of a firearm and ended up paralyzed while being transported in a police van.

An arbitrator has called for a police detective’s administrative leave to be reversed after handling Lauren Smith-Fields's death.

Dr. Joyce Yerwood—the first Black woman physician in Fairfield County—will have a street named in her honor.

James Iannazzo, who is shown on video in Connecticut using racist language while violently attacking teenage workers at Robeks over the contents of a smoothie, also threatened to kill them "multiple times," according to the employee who filmed the footage.

James Iannazzo, who was arrested after he got himself caught on a viral video launching into a violent and racist tirade directed at a group of teenage employees at Robeks smoothie shop in Fairfield, Connecticut, wads fired as a top-ranking Merrill Lynch broker after the incident.

James Iannazzo was arrested and charged with intimidation based on bigotry or bias after a viral video showed his violent and racist confrontation with teenage workers in a Robeks smoothie shop in Fairfield, Connecticut.

A landlord was decapitated by his tenant after a dispute between them over unpaid rent that came as the country is bracing for mass evictions as states' protections expired at the start of August.

10-year-old Chelsea Phaire is creating art kits for children living in homeless shelters amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

A video allegedly shows a nursing home administrator taking boxes of personal protective equipment away from a facility where an employee claimed patients have the coronavirus.


A 19-year-old Connecticut man was shot and killed following a pursuit with police.