A group of pickup truck enthusiasts took to the road to raise money for the family of two North Stonington children who were killed by their grandmother in
The parents of the two babies who were shot and killed by their own grandmother in North Stonington spoke out to ABC's Dr. Phil.
The two Connecticut boys killed by their grandmother in a murder-suicide last week were remembered at a service featuring a slideshow of pictures from their
Family friends are gathered on Friday to remember two little boys and their grandmother. The woman shot the kids and then herself after she picked them up at
The state medical examiner's office says the two boys killed in a Connecticut murder-suicide each had multiple gunshot wounds.
News 8 has heard about the mental illness plaguing Debra Denison, the woman responsible for a double-murder suicide, but there are also other troubles she and her family have had
The State Police investigation that ended with the discovery of the bodies of Debra Denison and the two boys actually began late Tuesday afternoon.
What led a grandmother to kill her two young grandsons and then take her own life? That's what police as well as family and friends are trying to make sense
Police say two boys and their grandmother were found dead in a car Tuesday night. An amber alert was issued after the grandmother abducted the children from
Two people accused of shooting some cows in North Stonington faced a judge today.
Police say they are close to making arrests in the case of some cows shot in North Stonington. One of those cows had to be put down and a fund has now been set
Connecticut state police say they're preparing arrest warrants in connection with the shootings of two cows on a family dairy farm in North Stonington.
Police may be close to making an arrest in a disturbing shooting out in North Stonington. Two young cows were shot as they grazed in an open pasture.
Police are investigating the shooting of two cows at a farm in North Stonington.
Police are urging folks to be vigilant after a spike in home burglaries in some eastern Connecticut towns. The quiet rural roads are now traveled by burglars
A Rhode Island moving company owner who lost a bid to operate in Connecticut says he will expand into Massachusetts rather than in North Stonington.