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  • Plea Offer Made In Drunken Driving Crash That Killed Paramedic

    Plea Offer Made In Drunken Driving Crash That Killed Paramedic
    HARTFORD — A New Britain woman who police say was drunk and speeding on March 30 when her car crossed the center line of New Britain Avenue and crashed head-on into a car driven by an American Medical Response paramedic, killing him, has been...
  • Slain Woman's Parents Urge Plea Deal In 15-Year-Old Case

    Slain Woman's Parents Urge Plea Deal In 15-Year-Old Case
    LITCHFIELD — Just weeks before the man accused of killing their daughter was about to go to trial, the parents of Tanya McKay urged a Superior Court judge Tuesday to accept a plea bargain in the 15-year-old case. The McKays said that although the...
  • Woman's suit against parents for tuition money heads to new courtroom venue

    The case of a Temple University student who sued her parents for tuition after more than a year of courtroom drama that featured shouting matches between lawyers and a tearful plea from the mother is headed for a new venue. The Appellate Division of...
  • Alleged killer Hugo Selenski sends holiday greeting to prosecutors

    Alleged killer Hugo Selenski sends holiday greeting to prosecutors
    He's jailed and faces a double-murder trial next month, but Hugo Selenski apparently hasn't lost the holiday spirit. Selenski recently sent a holiday greeting to The Citizens' Voice and even to the prosecutors seeking to put him to death. From the...
  • U.S. Rep. Michael Grimm won't resign after guilty plea to federal tax charge

    U.S. Rep. Michael Grimm won't resign after guilty plea to federal tax charge
    U.S. Representative Michael Grimm of New York pleaded guilty to a federal felony tax charge on Tuesday, seven weeks after coasting to reelection despite his indictment. Grimm, a Republican, pleaded guilty in Brooklyn federal court to aiding the...
  • State probing complaints about travel club

    State probing complaints about travel club
    Barbara and Julius Glassman, snowbirds who divide their time between South Florida and Poughkeepsie, N.Y., were looking forward to spending time with their grandchildren when they paid $5,000 to join a travel club they knew as Global Paradise Outlet. It...
  • Jurors to see graphic images at Colorado cinema massacre trial

    Jurors in the murder trial of Colorado cinema gunman James Holmes will see the majority of the gruesome photographs and video taken at the crime scene, but a handful of images will be barred, the judge overseeing the case ruled on Tuesday. Defense...
  • Joette Katz Reappointed As DCF Commissioner

    Joette Katz Reappointed As DCF Commissioner
    HARTFORD – Joette Katz, the controversial child-protection commissioner whose bold moves have made enemies and engendered deep support, has been reappointed to lead what is perhaps the most high-profile department in state government, the governor's...
  • 2014 in review: Tri-Cities

    2014 in review: Tri-Cities
    Downtown bar rules, the location of a library, taxes and energy prices were among the many issues in the news in the Tri-Cities in 2014. Here's a look at some of the biggest news in Geneva, St. Charles and Batavia this year. Leaders prepare for...
  • Despite pleas on her behalf, Easton teacher who stole from church gets prison

     Despite pleas on her behalf, Easton teacher who stole from church gets prison
    Facing sentencing for stealing more than $350,000 from her church, a former Easton Area School District teacher came to court two days before Christmas hoping for house arrest and backed by many of the congregants whose trust she had betrayed. Though Ann...
  • Federal government sues Chicago schools for pregnancy discrimination

    The U.S. Justice Department on Tuesday sued the Chicago Board of Education, alleging that it discriminated against pregnant teachers at a northwest side elementary school. The suit, filed in federal court in the third largest U.S. city, alleges that...