Connecticut Spy Case: Alleged Seller of Intel Bound for Iran Denied Bail

07/14/14

Connecticut Spy Case: Alleged Seller of Intel Bound for Iran Denied Bail

The trial of Mozaffar Khazaee, a former Pratt & Whitney employee accused of attempting to send sensitive documents to Iran, has been postponed until spring of 2015.

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Tornadoes Wreaked Havoc in Connecticut 25 Years Ago This July

07/13/14

Tornadoes Wreaked Havoc in Connecticut 25 Years Ago This July

On July 10, 1989, tornadoes struck the northwest corner of Connecticut and elsewhere, including Hamden.

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Waterbury to Receive $19.2 Million From State for Revitalization

07/08/14

Waterbury to Receive $19.2 Million From State for Revitalization

On Monday, Gov. Dannel Malloy announced a $19.2 million package of state investment in six development and improvement projects in downtown Waterbury. The city's Mayor hopes it marks the beginning of Waterbury's rebirth.

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Father's Disappearance in Salisbury Still Haunts Daughters Seven Years Later

07/03/14

Father's Disappearance in Salisbury Still Haunts Daughters Seven Years Later

Thomas Drew's disappearance from his home in Salisbury in 2007 leaves many unanswered questions for his daughters, who continue to pursue the case.

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U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal: Rail Safety ‘Watchdogs’ Asleep and Lax

07/02/14

U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal: Rail Safety ‘Watchdogs’ Asleep and Lax

U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal has announced plans for legislation to better enforce and enhance rail safety in the wake of recent incidents on the Metro-North rail line.

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