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  • Bulkeley High Mourns Student Who Was Stabbed To Death

    Bulkeley High Mourns Student Who Was Stabbed To Death
    HARTFORD — Bryan Salaman was the unofficial ambassador of Bulkeley High School, a chatty sophomore who was the first teenager on campus every morning and among the quickest to extend a hand to new students, educators said Monday. His greeting to...
  • Man arrested in Newport News accused of attacking friend

    Man arrested in Newport News accused of attacking friend
    A 30-year-old man was arrested by Newport News police after being accused of attacking a friend Friday night and preventing her from leaving her home. Robert Charles Holloman, of the 1400 block of Lipton Circle in Suffolk, was charged with assault,...
  • Englewood man charged after police shooting

    Englewood man charged after police shooting
    An Englewood man has been charged after he was shot by police during a confrontation with officers Saturday night. Kurtis Garrett, 32, is being charged with felony aggravated assault with a weapon to a peace officer, according to a police statement....
  • Malibu beach access: Paradise Cove vs. the people

    To the editor: Over the years, the owners of the property at Paradise Cove have been involved in numerous violations of the California Coastal Act. While the area may be "private property," the ocean and beach below the mean high tide belong to the people...
  • Callers claim to be IRS and police, demand $4,000 from Carbon woman

    Ordered to pay $4,000 that a caller claimed she owed the IRS, a Mahoning Township woman tried to buy money cards Monday at the Rite Aid store in Carbon Plaza Mall. But according to township police, an alert Rite Aid employee told the woman that the money...
  • Justice Department likely to impose reforms on Ferguson police

    Those hoping the federal government will criminally prosecute Ferguson, Mo., police Officer Darren Wilson in the killing of an unarmed black man are likely to be disappointed, but chances are strong that the Justice Department will impose significant...
  • 911 Recording, Crime Scene Photos Included In Day 1 Of New Britain Murder Trial

    911 Recording, Crime Scene Photos Included In Day 1 Of New Britain Murder Trial
    NEW BRITAIN — The events of Oct. 14, 2011, the day that 90-year-old Jozef Gawlik was found stabbed to death inside his home, were described to a Superior Court jury in detail on Monday as testimony began in the murder trial of Jozef's son, Jan...
  • Man arrested after Delray cops' 'bait bike' gets taken for a spin

    A man was arrested Sunday after stealing a bicycle that Delray Beach police officers had left unlocked and leaning against a tree in response to a recent spike in bike thefts. Stephen Flowers, 23, of Deerfield Beach, spotted the red Schwinn, valued at...
  • GPS, cellphone data led to serial-killing confession, authorities say

    GPS, cellphone data led to serial-killing confession, authorities say
    A convicted felon confessed to authorities that he and a fellow sex offender strangled four prostitutes in Orange County and dumped their bodies in trash bins, according to grand jury testimony revealed Monday. The case, which baffled authorities for...
  • Man fatally shot along safe passage route

    Man fatally shot along safe passage route
    A man was killed while sitting in a vehicle in the Englewood neighborhood near the Jesse Sherwood Elementary school, one of two people injured in daytime Chicago shootings. At about 2 p.m., police responded to the 5700 block of of South Princeton Avenue...
  • Why I haven't made up my mind in the Ferguson case

    Why I haven't made up my mind in the Ferguson case
    It's dull and cautious of me, I know, but I'm reserving judgment about whether Ferguson, Mo., police Officer Darren Wilson should be charged in the Aug. 9 shooting death of Michael Brown. Bolder folks have already made up their minds. The Ferguson...