WESTERLY — Lack of access to the password-protected camera system at Bacock Village, interstate police communications, and the town's location in the corner of the state all presented challenges on Dec. 19 when multiple agencies responded to the shooting at the Cross Street housing complex.

HARTFORD — Connecticut lawmakers will revisit whether to allow recreational use of marijuana among people 21 and over in the new legislative session, but it remains questionable whether 2020 will be the year a bill clears the full General Assembly.

BOSTON — Michelle Carter, the woman convicted of manslaughter for urging her suicidal boyfriend to kill himself in text messages that included, "Just do it, babe," was released from jail Thursday after more than three months was shaved from her sentence for good behavior.

WESTERLY — A Richmond woman is facing DUI charges after police said she admitted using a narcotic substance identified as "liquid benzodiazepines" before crashing on Route 1 early Saturday.

    MERIDEN (AP) — DNA testing has helped police identify the mother of an infant who was found frozen to death in a Connecticut parking lot in 1988, but she is not expected to face charges because the statute of limitations has run out, authorities announced Tuesday.

    HOPKINTON — Local police are warning area residents to be on alert after a resident reported last week that a man claiming to be with the department had called, seeking money.

    WESTERLY — Joseph Giachello, the gunman in the December shooting at the Babcock Village Apartments, left a brief note for officials before killing himself. He apologized for "the mess he had made" and wrote down a contact number for his daughter.

    BRIDGEPORT — The story of Jennifer Dulos, a missing mother of five, gripped Connecticut and many around the country for months as police divulged a mountain of evidence against her estranged husband, but without filing a murder charge.

      WESTERLY — Firefighters doused a small fire Tuesday morning in an excavator on a barge that was stationed in the Pawcatuck River near the Westerly Yacht Club. Firefighters with the Westerly Fire Department and mutual aid from Pawcatuck, with boats from both departments, were dispatched to th…

      PROVIDENCE — In the wake of the shooting at the Babcock Village Apartments in Westerly, Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Neronha said he wants firearm purchase applications to be submitted to police departments where the buyer lives, not just where the gun is purchased.