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Memorials Held To Mark Indian Ocean Tsunami Anniversary
Connecticut
Commemoration ceremonies are being held across Asia to mark a decade since the devastating Indian Ocean tsunami. More than 200,000 people were killed when a 9.1-magnitude underwater earthquake on ...
December 26 2014
Beth Carpenter Pursuing New Trial In Murder-For-Hire Case
Clinton, Connecticut
A former Ledyard lawyer found guilty of convincing her boyfriend to hire a hit man to kill her brother-in-law and then fleeing to Ireland is seeking to have her conviction to a life sentence thrown out.
December 23 2014
Connecticut Nurse Enjoys a Healing Weekend From California Casualty
California
Connecticut RN Tracie Crisafulli is the latest winner of California Casualty's "Give A Nurse A Break" contest which thanks health care professionals for all the hard work they do. Entries for the next chance to win a luxurious getaway for four at the famous Hotel Hershey and World Famous Chocolate Spa® are now being taken at http://www.giveanurseabreak.com . (PRWeb December 17, 2014) Read the ...
December 23 2014
Obituary: Jeremy Thorpe
Marion, Connecticut
The charismatic Liberal leader whose career ended in scandal
December 22 2014
Stratford healthnotes: Week of Dec. 8
Connecticut
Health Notes is a weekly feature that highlights health and wellness news in the area. Hospitals and other health related agencies may e-mail items to scappetta@hersamacorn.com.
December 22 2014
Healthcare real estate specialist Sean McDonnell joins Avison Young in Fairfield/Westchester
Connecticut
NEW CANAAN, CT, Dec. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - Arthur Mirante, Avison Young Principal and Tri-State President, announced today that healthcare real estate specialist Sean McDonnell has joined Avison Young in the firm's Fairfield/Westchester office. Effective immediately, McDonnell, a 15-year veteran of the real estate industry, becomes a Principal of Avison Young. McDonnell will work closely with ...
December 22 2014
U.S. Marine charged with murder in the Philippines
Connecticut
Philippines Marine charged with murder in Philippines
December 22 2014
After Leaving Court for DUI Case, Former Police Officer Arrested Two More Times For Drunken Driving
Bridgeport, Connecticut
VERNON — In the hours after a court appearance on a charge of drunken driving, a former Bridgeport police officer was arrested two more times for drunken driving and once for shoplifting.
December 17 2014
Access Health Adds Plans That Exclude Abortion Coverage
Dayville, connecticut
Access Health CT, the state's health insurance exchange, has added policies that exclude abortion coverage.
December 16 2014
Norwich police seek information in 2011 murder
Connecticut
NORWICH– Norwich Police are asking for the public’s help in solving a murder case from 2011. 26 year old Jaclyn Wirth was shot and killed in front of her two children inside her apartment three years ago Sunday. On December 14, 2011, Jaclyn Wirth was gunned down after someone fired nine shots through the door […]
December 15 2014
Torrington teen faces judge on charge he strangled his mother
Connecticut
BANTAM–A Torrington teenager stood before a judge on Tuesday for allegedly murdering his mother. Nicholas Hulme, 18, appeared in Bantam Superior Court after being extradited back to Connecticut from Sleep Hollow, New York. His bond remained at $1.5 million for the murder charge, and $25,000 for a larceny charge for stealing his mother’s car. Sleepy […]
December 14 2014
Connecticut Couple In Murder-For-Hire Case Waged A Long And Bitter Divorce Fight
Hartford, Connecticut
HARTFORD — Years before they would sit in a courtroom here, pitted against each other in one of the year's most talked-about criminal cases in Connecticut, Eric and Tiffany Stevens were battling it out in a different legal arena, embroiled in a bitter divorce.
December 14 2014
Mistrial is declared in child custody-hit man case
Hartford, Connecticut
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A judge has declared a mistrial because of a deadlocked jury in the case of a Connecticut woman accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill her ex-husband during a child custody case.
December 13 2014
Mistrial declared in case of woman accused of seeking hit on husband amid custody dispute
Hartford, Connecticut
A judge has declared a mistrial because of a deadlocked jury in the case of a Connecticut woman accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill her ex-husband during a child custody case.
December 13 2014
Odin Lloyd text messages excluded from evidence in Hernandez trial
Connecticut
On January 5, jury selection begins in the first murder trial involving former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez. Which means that the balance of the month will feature periodic rulings and decisions regarding the evidence that will or won’t be introduced. Most recently, Judge E. Susan Garsh has ruled that text messages sent by Odin…
December 13 2014
Jury is deadlocked in the Tiffany Stevens murder for hire trial
Connecticut
HARTFORD – The jury is deadlocked in the Tiffany Stevens murder for hire trial. The Connecticut mom is accused of hiring a hit man to kill her estranged husband. Stay with FoxCT as this story develops. The case so far On Thursday, the jury asked one question about the time frame of the crime and […]
December 13 2014
Obituary: Jeremy Thorpe, his gay lover, a dead dog and a political career left in tatters
Cornwall, connecticut
IT WAS a story so bizarre that if it had been submitted as the basis of a TV thriller it would have been rejected as too improbable; a story so unlikely that even today many people refuse to believe it really happened in the way it did.
December 12 2014
Jury hears closing arguments in 'frying pan' murder case
Brooklyn, Connecticut
A Monmouth County jury has heard closing arguments in the trial of a Middletown man charged with murdering his wife with a frying pan.
December 10 2014
Defense rests in murder-for-hire trial
Connecticut
HARTFORD — The defense has rested its case in the trial of a Connecticut woman accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill her ex-husband in the middle of a bitter child custody case.
December 09 2014
Murder Suspect Returned to Connecticut
New York
Torrington police Lt. Linas Venclauskas confirmed that Hulme, 18, of Torrington, arrived at police headquarters on Main Street Monday afternoon following his extradition from New York. Hulme is being charged with murder and third-degree larceny after police said he killed his mother, Wendy, on Nov. 6 inside their top-floor residence at 30 Forest St. before allegedly stealing her vehicle to flee ...
December 06 2014
U.S. judge rejects Steven Hayes’ motions in kosher prison food lawsuit
Thompson, Connecticut
(JTA) – A federal judge in Connecticut rejected motions by death row inmate Steven Hayes, who is suing the state for not providing him with kosher prison food. U.S. District Court Judge Alvin Thompson in his ruling issued last week said Hayes, who was convicted in the 2007 murder of Jennifer Hawke-Petit and her two [&hellip The post U.S. judge rejects Steven Hayes’ motions in kosher prison food ...
December 06 2014
Jovin investigators seek public input
New Haven, Connecticut
Sixteen years after the body of Suzanne Jovin ’99 was found on the corner of Edgehill and East Rock Roads, the team still investigating her murder is calling on New Haven residents for information that could help identify a culprit.
December 05 2014
Yale murder mystery: Witnesses sought in 1998 killing of student
Connecticut
Yale University student Suzanne Jovin was found stabbed 17 times Dec. 4, 1998 -- 16 year later, police are asking anyone with information to come forward
December 04 2014
Yale Law Library exhibit highlights 19th-century murder trials
Connecticut
Murder trials have long been sensationalized in popular culture, and murder trials involving women — either as the accused or as the victim — have held particular fascination for the public.
December 04 2014
Alleged murder-for-hire trial continues today
Connecticut
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) —A key witness has testified that a Connecticut woman paid him $5,000 in 2012 to kill her ex-husband during a child custody dispute that police said had millions of dollars at stake. The trial of Tiffany Stevens of Bloomfield continues Wednesday in Hartford Superior Court. She has pleaded not guilty to attempted […]
December 03 2014
Murder for hire trial kicks off with key witness
Connecticut
HARTFORD – The trial of a Connecticut woman accused of trying to have her ex-husband killed started on Tuesday with testimony from the maintenance worker she allegedly asked to be the hit man. Tiffany Stevens, 39, faces one charge of attempted murder. Her arrest warrant accuses her of paying her handy man, John McDaid, $5,000 […]
December 03 2014
Trial begins for Connecticut woman accused in murder-for-hire plot targeting ex-husband
Massachusetts
HARTFORD, Conn. — A key witness has testified that a Connecticut woman paid him $5,000 in 2012 to kill her ex-husband during a child custody dispute that police said had millions of dollars at stake.
December 02 2014
Trial Starts in Alleged Murder-for-Hire Case
Massachusetts
Trial begins for Connecticut woman accused in murder-for-hire plot targeting ex-husband
December 02 2014
Woman charged with hiring hit man to kill husband
Connecticut
A Connecticut woman accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill her ex-husband during a child custody dispute with millions of dollars reportedly at stake is going on trial.
December 02 2014
Belichick Among Possible Witnesses At Hernandez Trial
Connecticut
Patriots coach Bill Belichick, team owner Robert Kraft and two NFL players who were college teammates of Aaron Hernandez are among the more than 300 government witnesses who could testify at the Bristol native's murder trial, which is scheduled to open next month in Massachusetts.
December 01 2014
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