(WTNH) - Connecticut's Death Row Inmates as of Oct., 2010. The inmates are housed at Northern Correctional Institution in Somers.
Ashby was sentenced to death for the December, 2002 rape and murder of his neighbor Elizabeth Garcia.
Breton was convicted of killing of his 38-year-old ex-wife and their 16-year-old son in Waterbury in 1987.
Jessie Campbell III
Campbell was convicted of murder and attempted murder in the August, 2000 shooting deaths of 20-year-old LaTaysha Logan, 18-year-old Desiree Privette, and the shooting of Privette's aunt Carolyn Privette.
Sedrick "Ricky" Cobb
Cobb was convicted of kidnapping, murder and sexual assault against Julia Ashe of Watertown in 1989.
Courchesne was sentenced to death for killing Demetris Rodgers and her baby in 1998. Rodgers was pregnant at the time she was stabbed to death. The baby Antonia was delivered, but was pronounced dead weeks later.
His conviction in the death of Antonia was overturned in June, 2010.
On Nov. 8, 2010, a jury found Hayes should be executed for killing Jennifer Hawke-Petit, Hayley Petit and Michaela Petit in the July, 2007, Cheshire home invasion killings.
On Dec. 9, 2011, a jury ruled Komisarjevsky should be executed for the 2007 Cheshire home invasion murders of Jennifer Hawke-Petit, Hayley Petit and Michaela Petit.
Peeler was sentenced to death for the murders of Leroy "B.J." Brown and his mother Karen Clarke. Brown, who was 8, was killed before he was to testify against Peeler in a drug-related trial.
Reynolds was convicted of murdering murder of Waterbury police Officer Walter T. Williams in 1992.
Rizzo got the death sentence for the 1997 murder 13-year-old Stanley Edwards, who was struck repeatedly with a sledgehammer.
Santiago was convicted in the 2000 murder-for-hire death of Joseph Niwinksi.
Webb was convicted of kidnap and murder for the 1989 slaying of Diane Gellenbeck.
A lone note, hand written, faded on the scarred tree is all that is left of the accident site where Jane Modlesky died after crashing her car in Glastonbury.
When it comes to drinking and driving, the two just don't mix. Nationwide, drunk driving continues to be a problem.
A Connecticut man's portrait of Nelson Mandela hangs at the United Nations headquarters in New York.
Disturbing images from two middle school students on social media has sparked an investigation by police in Redding.
As the anniversary of the Sandy Hook tragedy approaches, the Sandy Ground project is nearing its goal of building one new playground for each of the 26 victims.
The brand new head of the FBI was in Connecticut on Friday. James Comey visited the FBI branch in New Haven to discuss some of his biggest concerns.
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) — The Discovery Museum and Planetarium in Bridgeport has sold a massive bronze statue for $300,000 to finance a major upgrade to its science education program for schoolchildren.
The Federal Railroad Administration has mandated that all Metro-North lines use new safeguards to control train speed, in order to alert engineers that a train is entering a dangerous section of track.
Lawrence and Memorial Hospital in New London has taken away the medical benefits of anyone on strike, News 8 has learned.
Gov. Dannel Malloy says the recent release of the 911 recordings from the Newtown school shooting has likely made things more difficult for the families, but he also says he expected they'd be released all along. He just wishes it had …