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  • Crime & Punishment: Log Flume-Based Discrimination

    Crime & Punishment: Log Flume-Based Discrimination
    A 52-year-old New Haven man, whose life's passion is riding the log-like flume rides in water parks, is suing Six Flags after the company banned him from its 18 locations for life. Jay Marc Harris, known as "Flumie" and "Flume Dog" to his friends...
  • Man Charged With Murder Of 17-Year-Old In New Haven

    Man Charged With Murder Of 17-Year-Old In New Haven
    NEW HAVEN — An 18-year-old man was charged Thursday in connection with a shooting in March that left a 17-year-old dead and his 16-year-old half-brother in critical condition, police said. Jeffrey Covington was arrested Wednesday on unrelated...
  • DeLauro Proposing Bill Offering Patient Protections In Medicare Advantage Rules

    HAMDEN — U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro announced Friday she will introduce legislation to tighten restrictions on insurers that sell Medicare Advantage plans, giving patients more advance notice when insurers change their physician networks. The...
  • Wallingford School Bus Accident Under Investigation

    WALLINGFORD — A 42-year-old Meriden┬áman was seriously injured Thursday morning after crashing the vehicle he was driving into a stopped school bus on Highland Avenue, police said. Darren Ford was taken to Yale-New Haven Hospital with a substantial...
  • Police Respond To Bomb Scares In New Haven

    NEW HAVEN — Police responded to three consecutive reports of possible bombs Wednesday, but none turned out to be a true emergency. The first bomb scare happened about 10:30 a.m., when a 911 caller threatened to blow up a courthouse. The person...
  • Insurers Squeezed By Federal Cuts To Medicare Advantage

    The health care industry is roiling over a protracted shift in Medicare policy that means insurers are paid less per person to manage federally funded Medicare Advantage health plans for millions of Americans. The U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid...
  • Shifting Medicare Advantage Landscape Unsettles Patients

    Robert Buccieri of Norwalk needs a life-saving kidney transplant. He has end-stage renal disease, meaning his kidneys no longer function at the level needed for day-to-day life. To qualify for a transplant and make sure he was healthy enough for the...
  • Obama Administration Rolls Back Proposed Medicare Advantage Cut

    The Obama administration on Monday rolled back some of the more controversial cuts proposed for privately managed Medicare health plans used by the elderly following pressure from insurance companies and lawmakers. The Centers for Medicare and...
  • ConnectiCare Edges Out UnitedHealthcare For Top Spot In Medicare Advantage

    ConnectiCare Inc. narrowly edged out UnitedHealthcare this month to become the largest insurer of Medicare Advantage customers in Connecticut. "We've been chasing them," ConnectiCare President Michael Wise said. "We've been growing and closing in on them...
  • High School Student Fatally Shot In New Haven

    NEW HAVEN — A high school student was fatally shot on Daggett Street Thursday night, prompting the schools superintendent to say "the violence has got to stop." Torrence Gamble, 16, a student at New Haven's Riverside Academy, was found shot in...
  • Home Invasion Suspect Arrested In Guilford

    GUILFORD — A local man turned himself in Wednesday on charges stemming from a weekend home invasion that seriously injured two people, police said. Joseph Lachat, 36 of Quinnipiac Court was charged with two counts each of second-degree assault...