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Centuries-old remains uncovered, courtesy of Hurricane Sandy

New Haven - A historical oak tree uprooted by Hurricane Sandy revealed human skeletal remains that are seemingly centuries old and could be traced back to Colonial times.
In the Media by Can Tran - 3 comments

Man wakes up with SUV in his bed after police chase

New Haven - A Connecticut man was abruptly awakened when an SUV crashed through his apartment as he slept and landed right on top of him. The man was pinned underneath the vehicle for close to 90 minutes while emergency personnel worked to free him.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 1 comment

School principal on leave after 'cinnamon challenge'

New Haven - A school principal has been put on leave after she allegedly witnessed students taking the "cinnamon challenge" in the school's cafeteria and did nothing to stop it.
In the Media by Arthur Weinreb - 3 comments

In New Haven 911 is not a car service

New Haven - Quandria Bailey really needed a ride from a New Haven nightclub back to her Meriden home. She needed one so badly that she called six times requesting car service. When she finally got it, it landed her in front of a judge.
In the Media by Betty Kowall

New Haven Firefighters Get Promotions

Fourteen firefighters who won a discrimination received their promotion badges today. The ceremony was more than just the promotion it was symbolic of their fight to get the promotions and their victory.
In the Media by Michael Bearak

Jericho Scott Is Too Good To Play Little League

Jericho Scott, 9, can whiz a fastball almost 40 mph. That's impressive for a kid, too impressive. The Youth Baseball League of New Haven in Connecticut has told the young baseball player he can no longer pitch on the league.
In the Media by KJ Mullins - 6 comments

Former New Haven Detective Sentenced

Justen Kasperzyk, 35, is a former New Haven police detective and he will be spending the next 15 months in prison because he was sentenced today after he was caught stealing money from drug dealers and manipulating evidence.
In the Media by Owen Weldon

Inmate Impersonates Another and Walks Out of Lockup

A detainee in a Connecticut courthouse lockup managed to free himself by impersonating another detainee set to be bailed. When the identity mix-up was brought to light, the impersonator was able to flee the building.
In the Media by Andi Bryant - 1 comment

Man Cut with the Knife of an Impatient Patron

An impatient patron at a New Haven, CT Dunkin' Donuts coffee shop cut the neck of the man making a purchase at the counter. The injured man was asking how much coffee was in a large cup when he was attacked.
In the Media by Andi Bryant

US City Issues Immigrant ID Card

New Haven, Connecticut has become the first city in the United States of America to issue identity cards to all of its residents, including illegal immigrants. Some say yea!, and of course, some say nay!.
In the Media by Carolyn E. Price - 7 comments

Woman charged with striking tax collector with car

New Haven woman surrendered to face charges in connection with the hit and run of a city tax collector. The man who was struck is home recovering and trying to make sense of why someone would be so reckless instead of responsible.
In the Media by Critical_Conformity - 3 comments

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