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Q: murder trials in 1930's, list, please (Fairfield )
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Q: man murders girl friend in 1985/86 in light house point park (New Haven )
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Q: Snowden (Hartford )
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Q: Maurice Snowden Hartford
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Q: Are there any current Murder Trials in Norwich, Connecticut (New London )
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Q: news of murder trial re:luke vitalis (Litchfield )
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Q: What murders occurred in New Milford,Ct. (Litchfield )
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Q: First names of the Pettis who were murdered. (Windham )
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Q: mother son murder for hire plot foiled in agust 26th 2006
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Q: What was the name of the exection style murder in litchfield ct (Fairfield )
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Q: is michael sebastian still incarcerated in conn?
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Q: carl small (Hartford )
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Q: What was the kids name that got off innocent of murdering his mother in the early 80's? He was teenager at the time. (Litchfield )
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Q: Jim Kafka Murder Plot (Fairfield )
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Q: Result of baderacco murder trial
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Q: john heath (Litchfield )
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Q: Did Claude Turner go on trial for the double homicide in watertown ct yet? (Litchfield )
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Q: enfield murder trials 1990's (Hartford )
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Kenner Police Chief discusses Jaren Lockhart case
Connecticut
Kenner Police Chief Steve Caraway discusses his department's involvement in the investigation of Jaren Lockhart's murder. The 22-year-old mother's dismembered remains wash ashore along the Mississippi Gulf Coast two days after she disappeared from New Orleans on June 5, 2012. Investigators suspect she might have been killed in Kenner at the Connecticut Avenue home of Margaret Sanchez. Sanchez ...
April 23 2014
Conn. lawyer: ‘State will have to kill me’ first
Bridgeport, Connecticut
The public defender for a Connecticut man facing the death penalty for a triple murder says the state will have to kill her before they execute her client, because she won’t stop fighting his death sentence.
April 22 2014
Enrollment push is tough in Mississippi
Colorado
Politico reports on efforts to sign people up for health care as Humana sends a lime green bus through some of the state's poorest areas. Other outlets look at enrollment campaigns in Maine, California, Connecticut, Minnesota, Oregon and Colorado.
April 22 2014
APNewsBreak: Vengeful Note Left in 2 Boys' Murder
Stonington, Connecticut
APNewsBreak: Connecticut woman left vengeful note before killing 2 young grandsons and herself
April 20 2014
Grandma Left Vengeful Note Prior to Murder of Grandsons
Connecticut
A Connecticut woman who shot and killed her two young grandsons before committing suicide last year left a note to the boys’ parents saying they did not deserve to have the children, according to a police report.
April 19 2014
Access Health CT Intensifies Enrollment Efforts In Final Week
Willimantic, connecticut
Deadline For Signing Up Is March 31 Connecticut's public health exchange is intensifying its efforts to sign up people for insurance before the March 31 deadline.        
April 19 2014
Monday is deadline to sign up for health insurance
Willimantic, connecticut
Connecticut’s health insurance marketplace is receiving a last-minute rush of people signing up for coverage before the open enrollment deadline.
April 19 2014
Still no arrest in Shelton teen's murder
Connecticut
Rudina Ndoj, left, Fran Ndoj, and Elvis Ndoj, the mother, grandmother, and brother of murder victim Kristjan Ndoj, attend a Good Friday service at St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church in Shelton, Conn. on Friday April 18, 2014. Monsignor Chris Walsh's homily highlighted Ndoj, who was shot a little more than a month ago, with still no arrest.
April 18 2014
Grandmother left vengeful note in 2 boys' murder in Connecticut
Connecticut
Hartford, Conn. — A woman who shot and killed her two young grandsons before committing suicide last year left a note to the boys' parents saying they did not deserve to have the children, according to a police report.
April 18 2014
Rooney's estate goes to stepson who was caretaker
Sandy Hook, Connecticut
Mickey Rooney's will calls for the bulk of his modest estate to go to a stepson who had been caring for him in his final years.
April 18 2014
Prudential Retirement adds new plan sponsor client Faurecia, Hartford HealthCare consolidates, addi
Connecticut
Prudential Retirement announced today that it has added new plan sponsor client Faurecia and that Hartford HealthCare has consolidated 20 defined contribution retirement plans to Prudential Retirement.
April 18 2014
Harvard Pilgrim Licensed To Sell Health Insurance In Connecticut
Connecticut
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care received approval from state regulators Thursday to sell health insurance in Connecticut, furthering the company's goal of becoming a regional health insurer.
April 18 2014
Conn. enrolls total of 208,301 in health coverage
Connecticut
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Connecticut's health insurance exchange announced Thursday it enrolled 208,301 people in health plans during the first open enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act, more than double its original goal of 100,000. Access Health CT reported that 78,713 people signed up with private insurance ...
April 18 2014
READER SUBMITTED: Conference Of Churches Hosts "Rising Above And Living Well: Cancer Beyond Di
Connecticut
On Saturday, April 5, The Conference of Churches @ "The 224" will host a special Cancer awareness event entitled, "Rising Above and Living Well: Cancer Beyond Diagnosis." The event will be held at "The 224" located at 224 Farmington Avenue in Hartford Connecticut and is in partnership with Hartford Health Care Helen and Harry Gray Cancer center. This free event will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. You ...
April 18 2014
Hartford HealthCare’s Integrated Care Partners and Cigna Start Collaborative Care Program to Impr
Connecticut
Cigna and Integrated Care Partners, Hartford HealthCare’s physician-led clinical integration organization that will play a critical role in improving how patient care is delivered, have launched a collaborative care initiative to improve patient access to health care; enhance care coordination; and better achieve the goal of improved health, affordability and patient experience.
April 18 2014
Judge refuses to drop charges against ex-senator
Connecticut
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A state Superior Court judge has ruled against former state Sen. Ernest Newton II who asked for dismissal of charges of campaign finance irregularities.        
April 18 2014
University Shooter to Remain in Maximum Security Facility
Connecticut
On Friday, April 11, Connecticut Valley Hospital doctors recommended that Stephen Morgan, the man acquitted of the 2009 murder of University student Johanna Justin-Jinich ’10 due to insanity, remain in the maximum-security Whiting Forensic Division. Morgan will be evaluated every … Continue reading →
April 18 2014
Vengeful note left in 2 boys' murder
Connecticut
This file photo released by the Connecticut State Police Feb. 26, 2013, during an Amber Alert shows Alton Perry, left, 2, and Ashton Perry, right, 6 months old, who were taken from their daycare by their grandmother.
April 18 2014
McConville Accused Appears in Court
Bridgewater, Connecticut
An alleged former senior IRA member charged with aiding and abetting the murder of Jean McConville is refused bail.        
April 18 2014
APNewsBreak: Connecticut woman left vengeful note before killing 2 young grandsons and herself
Connecticut
A woman who shot and killed her two young grandsons before committing suicide last year left a note to the boys' parents saying they did not deserve to have the children, according to a police report.
April 18 2014
US legal system shifts away from treating eyewitness testimony as gold standard of evidence
Connecticut
Oregon Supreme Court Chief Justice Thomas A. Balmer (center) and other justices listen to arguments in a murder conviction case based on two witness identifications.
April 18 2014
NECC to hold open house at health and technology center
Essex, connecticut
LAWRENCE - The community is invited to tour Northern Essex Community College’s newest facility, the El-Hefni Allied Health & Technology Center, located at 414 Common Street in Lawrence, on Saturday, April 5 from 10 a.m. to noon. The $27.4 million El
April 18 2014
State highlights: Mass. can't ban painkiller, judge rules; Kan. and health care compact bill
Georgia
A selection of health policy stories from Massachusetts, Kansas, Florida, Michigan, Connecticut, Maryland, Arizona, Hawaii, Missouri and Georgia.
April 17 2014
Links 4/2/14
Washington, Connecticut
WTF St. Louis Federal Reserve Fred Graph system was changed without even a warning and replaced with the Obama care sub-info-graphic substitute.
April 17 2014
Health insurance sign-ups surge
New London, connecticut
Of the nearly 200,000 Connecticut residents who signed up for health insurance through the state’s online marketplace, more than 140 did so with the help of Constance Capacchione, public health...
April 16 2014
Access Health CT has ‘overall 98 percent satisfaction’
New Haven, new york
Kevin Counihan, chief executive officer of the Access Health CT insurance exchange told a teleconference on the Affordable Care Act that, although he sees Connecticut’s experience as a success, he wishes the exchange had spent more time informing physicians and their staffs.
April 15 2014
CT residents rush for coverage
New Haven, new york
As the Monday deadline for enrolling in Connecticut’s new health care exchange approaches, many health care experts have judged the exchange to be one of the best run in the country.
April 15 2014
As overhaul nears, Maryland lawmakers cautious about new health exchange
Maryland
Maryland replicating Connecticut model As Maryland prepares for a major overhaul of its troubled health exchange, lawmakers and information technology experts fear a second failure.        
April 15 2014
Maryland lawmakers cautious about new health exchange
Maryland
Maryland replicating Connecticut model As Maryland prepares for a major overhaul of its troubled health exchange lawmakers and information technology experts are raising new concerns about whether there is enough oversight to prevent a second failure.
April 15 2014
Connecticut student artists’ show to raise money for tuition
Connecticut
NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Memories of singing with her mother stuck with Ellyana Simon, even after she was put into foster care, abused and separated from her siblings.
April 14 2014
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