Jason Santiago is accused of kicking and punching a handcuffed suspect. He has also been praised for bravery on duty.
Natalie Kikkenborg is beginning to feel like herself again three weeks after the 36-year-old’s temperature shot up to 102.
New Haven police have begun distributing free plastic baggies of clean needles, sterile glass pipes, and information about local drug rehabilitation services to those released from their lock up as part of a new initiative to use “harm reduction” principles to curb addiction.
Will New Haven’s new mayor abolish library late fees by April 12? Will he open the “checkbook” by 2022?
How much might it cost to fix New Haven’s broken public bus system? One study says roughly $15.5 million in capital improvements and another $7.7 million in annual operating funds would go a long way towards crafting a more frequent, reliable, and rational local transportation system.
Sitting barefoot in a New Haven yoga studio, Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson offered a guide for cleansing the soul of America’s corrupted body politic.
A new boutique hotel is being courted for New Haven’s Union Station as part of a planned comprehensive redo of the downtown transit hub’s commercial, office, and retail space.
State Attorney General William Tong has declined to recuse himself from a potential Tweed runway expansion appeal, despite what the state Senate’s top Republican calls Tong’s “political cozy relationship” with Mayor Toni Harp. Such was the latest twist in the ongoing debate over Tweed New Haven Airport’s proposed expansion of its main runway.
An appeals court ruled Tuesday that Tweed has standing to sue the state and that the Federal Aviation Act (FAAct) takes precedence over any state laws that impact the safety of airplanes flying into or out of Tweed.
A federal prosecutor has joined the quest to keep Demetrious Anderson from returning to government supervision thanks to a U.S. marshal’s glitch. Now a federal judge has to make the final sign off.
Uber and Lyft drivers are closer to taking home a larger share of each ride’s pay thanks to a favorable committee vote in Hartford last week.
New Haven and Hamden’s Democratic state legislators are pursuing a list of goals in hundreds of bills they’ve introduced this year.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ned Lamont fielded a number of pointed questions on everything from abortion rights to highway tolls from a group of well informed senior citizens in a recent campaign stop in New Haven.
As the 212 bus left downtown for Grand Avenue in New Haven, Skyler Shepard told Democratic gubernatorial front-runner Ned Lamont about his recent struggles with homelessness. The Greenwich businessman listened and asked Shepard questions about his family and his new job at a local bar. The interaction was emblematic of a two-day campaign swing Lamont made to test his retail-politicking chops on urban, diverse, and poor and working-class constituents — a population Lamont has said he and the state Democratic Party strives to represent.
Mike Lawlor Mike Lawlor has three goals for criminal justice reform in Connecticut: Reduce crime. Reduce spending. And restore the public’s confidence in the system. From his vantage point as a professional criminal justice reformer, Connecticut is well on its way to achieving all three. Lawlor, who has served as the state’s under secretary for criminal […]