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Naugatuck woman dies in deadly car crash

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A 27-year-old woman died in a crash overnight in Naugatuck, police said.

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Officers, woman, and suspect recovering after standoff in New Haven

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For 5 hours, 8 blocks of Elm Street and the surrounding New Haven neighborhood was blocked off while officers attempted to negotiate with a man who they said, shot his wife and 2 New Haven officers.

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PD: Husband and wife dead after Clinton mobile home explosion

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A man died and his wife was seriously injured after a mobile home exploded in Clinton early Thursday morning. 

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Hartford police investigating quadruple shooting

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Hartford police continue to investigate after four people were shot early Saturday morning near the intersection of Albany Avenue and Woodland Street.

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LeBron James responds to baby killed in Cleveland shooting

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LeBron James took time out of practice on Friday to talk about a baby who was killed in a shooting on Cleveland's east side. More>>

Deadly motorcycle crash reported in Stafford

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Police are responding to a fatal motorcycle crash near Chestnut Hill Rd in Stafford that happened this morning.

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Mayday called for Hartford firefighter injured in house fire

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A Mayday alarm was called for a Hartford firefighter who was taken to the hospital for injuries sustained while battling a house fire on Main Street on Saturday. 

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Seismic activity detected near North Korean nuclear site

Seismic activity was detected Saturday near the site of North Korea's Punggye-ri nuclear site, but it is not known whether a nuclear test caused the development. More>>

Kylie Jenner is pregnant

The youngest sibling in the Kardashian-Jenner clan is now expecting. More>>

With divisive 'son of a bitch' comments, Trump tried to divide NFL and its players

The Trump presidency is a test. Institutions like the courts, the news media and the business community have all been tested. Now it's the NFL and the NBA's turn. More>>