(WTNH) - Trinity Bantams
- One of sports longest streaks came to an end this weekend: Trinity squash's 13 year run, as College Squash Association National Champs is over.
- The Bantams lost the title to Princeton on Sunday.
- Earlier in the season, Yale ended Trinity's consecutive win streak at 252 matches.
Albertus Magnus Falcons
- The Albertus Magnus men's basketball team is enjoying its best season: The Falcons are nationally ranked with a 24-1 record.
- Tuesday night they open play in the Great Northeast Atlantic Conference Tournament hosting Emerson.
- Mitch Oliver's team is looking for its third GNAC tourney title, and the automatic bid to the Division 3 NCAA tournament.
- The Falcons are riding a 19 game win streak.
- The women's tennis team at Yale is ranked 25th in the country.
- Senior Stephanie Kent and the Bulldogs wrapped up their fourth consecutive ECAC Indoor Championship over the weekend.
- The defending Ivy Champs open league play in early April.
Repairs to fix a water main break in downtown Hartford could last through the evening commute.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — Two men extradited from Britain last year are expected to change their pleas on charges they supported terrorists in Afghanistan and Chechnya by operating websites to raise cash, recruit fighters and solicit items …
The effort to get guns off the streets of Hartford kicks into high gear this weekend with a gun buyback event.
If you're stopping to get a cup of coffee or a quick bite to eat today, some of the people who are normally behind the counter may be rallying outside the restaurant.
Route 15 has reopened following a multi-vehicle accident in Hamden.
A Lebanon man was arrested after allegedly biting his wife Monday, police said.
Two 17-year-old boys are being charged in connection with a drunk driving accident that resulted in their friend's death, police said.
The owner of a New York marine construction firm and crane operator have been charged with reckless endangerment in connection with a crane collapse in Stamford Harbor.
New Haven's police chief has apologized for a three-day delay in releasing information about the death of a Yale University professor while in detention.
An early morning crash has left one person dead in Woodbridge.