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  • State Police, State's Attorney Probe Branford Stun Gun Death

    BRANFORD — Connecticut State Police and the state’s attorney office are investigating the death of an unidentified man who died after a Taser was used on him by Branford police Sunday. Connecticut State Police spokesman Lt. J. Paul Vance...
  • Unarmed Man Dies After Being Shot With Taser By Branford Police

    Unarmed Man Dies After Being Shot With Taser By Branford Police
    An unarmed, 41-year-old man named David Werblow died Sunday night after Branford police shot him with a Taser when he refused to get out of a parked car, according to a preliminary State Police investigation. Police said Werblow was being uncooperative...
  • Man Shot In Downtown New Haven After Parade

    Man Shot In Downtown New Haven After Parade
    NEW HAVEN - A 24-year old man received non-life threatening injuries after being shot in the leg Sunday afternoon at a local lounge, according to police. Police said that officers on assignment in the downtown area for the Greater New Haven St. Patrick'...
  • 4 Women, 4 Men, 4 Kidney Transplants At Yale-New Haven

    4 Women, 4 Men, 4 Kidney Transplants At Yale-New Haven
    It all began with Patricia Menno-Coveney, who said she "just wanted to give a kidney." It seemed like a simple decision, she said. The idea of donating a kidney had been on her mind for many years. But her offer led to a series of transplants that...
  • Legislators Grappling With Fast-Changing Health Care Landscape

    Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano speaks fondly of the days when his dad was a primary care doctor in independent practice, running his patients' lab tests and performing mammograms in his office to make sure they got done. "I think that era is going to...
  • Two Firefighters Sent To Hospital In New Haven Fire

    Two Firefighters Sent To Hospital In New Haven Fire
    NEW HAVEN — Two firefighters and one resident were sent to the hospital after a heavy house fire on Dickerman Street just before midnight Sunday. Firefighters battled a heavy fire on the second floor of the three-story residence, located at 67...
  • 'Our Hero': Family Mourns Woman Who Stopped To Help Crash Victim, Fell To Her Death

    'Our Hero': Family Mourns Woman Who Stopped To Help Crash Victim, Fell To Her Death
    NEW HAVEN — A woman who fell off an I-91 bridge and died after stopping to help the victims of a hit-and-run crash early Thursday morning will be remembered as a hero, her family said. Lauren A. Mohr, 34, had just finished her shift as a...
  • Woman Shot To Death In New Haven

    Woman Shot To Death In New Haven
    NEW HAVEN — A woman in her 40s was shot and killed on Second Street early Saturday morning, police said. Officers responding to reports of several gunshots at 1:36 a.m. Saturday found a woman who had been shot in the torso outside the rear of a...
  • Yale Student Hospitalized With Possible Case Of Meningitis

    NEW HAVEN — A Yale University student has been taken to Yale-New Haven Hospital with what could be a case of bacterial meningitis, according to the university website. The student's condition is being closely monitored. The school is working with...
  • State Hears Pleas To Expand Illnesses For Medical Marijuana

    State Hears Pleas To Expand Illnesses For Medical Marijuana
    HARTFORD — Patients and their advocates pleaded with a state panel of doctors Wednesday to expand Connecticut's Medical Marijuana Program to include additional medical conditions beyond those currently allowed by state law. "Gentlemen, you ought to...
  • DCF Pledges Increased Oversight To Reduce Infant Deaths

    DCF Pledges Increased Oversight To Reduce Infant Deaths
    HARTFORD — Unsafe sleep was a factor in more than a third of 124 infant deaths since 2005, and the state's child-protection agency has engaged a national foundation to help prevent these deaths by better predicting a family's level of risk....