Sentencings Begin in Connecticut’s Biggest Heist, at Eli Lilly Warehouse

03/17/15

Sentencings Begin in Connecticut’s Biggest Heist, at Eli Lilly Warehouse

In May Amaury Villa pleaded guilty to his role in an $80 million robbery of an Enfield pharmaceutical warehouse, his brother Amed Villa plead guilty last summer. In April three more men were charged in the case. The court documents read like the script of a Hollywood crime flickā€¦

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Alien Robots? NASA Asks UConn Professor to Discuss Extraterrestrial AIs

03/13/15

Alien Robots? NASA Asks UConn Professor to Discuss Extraterrestrial AIs

Forget little green men and flying saucers, the most advanced aliens we could one day encounter might be ultra-smart Artificial Intelligences (AIs), says Dr. Susan Schneider.

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General Motors Savior Jay Alix Leads Post University's Hall of Fame Inaugural Class

03/13/15

General Motors Savior Jay Alix Leads Post University's Hall of Fame Inaugural Class

The achievements of the inaugural hall of fame members will be celebrated in a gala April 9, beginning at 5:30 p.m., at The Aqua Turf Club in Plantsville.

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Connecticut Residents Don't Want More Casinos, New Qunnipiac Poll Shows

03/12/15

Connecticut Residents Don't Want More Casinos, New Qunnipiac Poll Shows

Connecticut voters overwhelmingly do not want additional gambling facilities given the green light in order to raise revenues, according to a Quinnipiac Poll released Wednesday.

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Connecticut Man Pleads Guilty to Trying to Sell Military Intel to Iran

03/09/15

Connecticut Man Pleads Guilty to Trying to Sell Military Intel to Iran

A year after he was arrested en route to Iran with luggage stuffed with cash and sensitive documents, Mozaffar Khazaee has pleaded guilty to attempting to sell sensitive documents.

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