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  • Home Invasion Suspect Had Little Rehab For Sex Offense

    The ex-convict accused in this week's fatal New Britain home invasion dropped out of a sex offender treatment program during a 10-year prison stint that involved seemingly little rehabilitation, according to prison and parole documents. Leslie Williams,...
  • Rell Seeks Overhaul Of Law For Dangerous Criminals

    Gov. M. Jodi Rell called Thursday for the overhaul of the state's complicated law for dangerous criminals, and she immediately received support from top Democrats in the wake of this week's New Britain double shooting. The state's current version of...
  • Rell, Others Laud N.Y.'s Rejection Of Broadwater Gas Plant

    Opponents cheered as New York Gov. David Paterson declared Thursday, "The fact is, Broadwater is behind us." But the high-stakes battle over Broadwater Energy's plan to put a massive, floating, natural-gas plant in Long Island Sound isn't over yet. The...
  • Legislature Left Nursing-Home Reforms On Table

    For months, state Sen. Edith Prague rallied support for nursing-home reforms from Democratic leaders and advocates for the elderly, telling anyone who would listen that "this is the year" for improvements to minimum-staffing requirements and stronger...
  • Cpl. Christian Cotner

    Cpl. Christian Cotner
    Marine Cpl. Christian Cotner of Waterbury died May 30, 2008 in a non-hostile incident in Iraq's Anbar province on his first tour duty in Iraq. Details of his death were not released. He was 20 years old. -------------------- In an aged cemetery,...
  • Streets Drove a Wedge Between Brothers

    For more than a decade Iran "Smurf" Nazario earned a reputation as a peacekeeper who mediated disputes before they could erupt into gang violence and counseled youths to stay away from that lifestyle. Nazario had learned the lessons the hard way, serving...
  • Hartford Hit-And-Run Victim Needs Permanent Hospitalization

    Hartford Hit-And-Run Victim Needs Permanent Hospitalization
    The family of Angel Arce Torres, the victim of a hit-and-run captured on video that garnered national attention, got the kind of news Tuesday that no family wants to hear. Doctors at Hartford Hospital told the family that their 78-year-old patriarch...
  • Parole An Issue After Cheshire Slayings

    A prosecutor said Thursday he will pursue the death penalty against two men suspected of killing three members of a Cheshire family, while new questions emerged about how the state decided to release them from custody earlier this year. Joshua...
  • 2 Men Mixed Drugs, Parole

    Career criminal Steven Hayes, one of two men charged with killing three members of a Cheshire family during a home invasion last week, had a long history of failure in parole and community release programs. He also was a crack addict, a fact that...
  • Special Report: Prelude To Horror

    As a small circle of friends celebrated his freedom at a barbecue in July, Joshua Komisarjevsky brooded, burying himself in a bottle of whiskey. State probation officers had removed an electronic monitoring bracelet less than 24 hours earlier, bringing...
  • Rell Seeks Funds For Conn.-mass. Trains

    HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Connecticut is going after federal stimulus money to help fund rail service between New Haven and Springfield, Mass. Gov. M. Jodi Rell says the state is moving ahead with efforts to establish high-speed rail service between the two...