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A West Hartford police officer is urging state lawmakers to impose tougher criminal penalties for sucker-punch attacks.
The 1949 Chevrolet 3600 truck sat in a farm field in Norwich for years before a Pittsburgh man and his brothers resurrected it and gave it new life.
Drug addiction must be treated as a disease and the country can't arrest its way out of a heroin and prescription drug epidemic, White House Drug Policy Director Gil Kerlikowske said Monday as officials gathered to discuss a recent spike in heroin overdoses in Taunton.
For less-than-adventurous eaters, sushi can be an intimidating dish to eat, let alone try to prepare at home.
Ashley Wagner decided to scrap the problematic free skate program and return to the arrangement from a year before. Months of fine-tuning would need to be condensed into a little over three weeks.
Since the first November reports of snowy owl sightings in southern Pennsylvania, Franklin County birders have been scanning the pages of bird alert websites or scanning farm fields, looking for one of the large nighttime predators to call our own.
After a 30-year military career in which he earned three graduate degrees, rose to the rank of colonel, and served as an aide to Pentagon brass, Robert Freniere can guess what people might say when they learn he's unemployed and lives out of his van:
The Obama administration issued yet another delay to the president's signature health care law Monday — this time, offering an extra day's grace period for people to finish signing up to ensure they have coverage Jan. 1, when the mandate requiring all Americans to have insurance takes effect.
The 12 victims of Monday morning's rampage inside the Washington Navy Yard were contractors and blue-collar workers, U.S. Naval Academy graduates and international transplants, softball coaches and Redskins fans. Each brought a story to the place they never left.