Hamden police are investigating a deadly hit-and-run on Wednesday night.
Hamden police on Monday announced the arrest of two juveniles believed to be connected to a string of carjackings in the Hamden, New Haven and Woodbridge on June 11.
HAMDEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Hamden Mayor Curt Leng is making town-wide changes regarding childcare centers and outdoor areas in town amid the coronavirus pandemic. Last Friday, June 12, Mayor Leng signed two Emergency Orders and one Amendment regarding the town’s response to the pandemic. Use of face coverings First, the town is now requiring people […]
New Haven Police are investigating Thursday evening after a carjacking right in front of FBI headquarters in the Elm City that, police say, is connected to a series of thefts in the area.
A large group of protesters and those attending a tribute to George Floyd in Hamden Sunday blocked traffic on Route 15, Dixwell Avenue, and Whitney Avenue.
Police departments across the state are cracking down on illegal fireworks. After receiving 63 complaints relating to fireworks since April, Hartford Police are joining the effort by increasing their patrols.
HAMDEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Monday’s High School Senior Send-Off features Jayle Ward from Hamden High School. Jayle will be attending Southern Connecticut State University in the fall to pursue nursing. If you know someone you’d like to submit for a Senior Send-Off, you can do so here.
HAMDEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Demonstrations against racial violence stretched into multiple cities across Connecticut throughout the week. Protestors took to the streets of Hamden and for that town, it was a familiar sight. It was a little over a year ago News 8 was were covering protests against violence perpetrated by a Hamden officer against […]
Wednesday’s High School Senior Send-Off features Raul E. Cedeno from Hamden High School.
HAMDEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Distance learning became a new normal for students and teachers across Connecticut this spring. In Hamden, some school staff noticed it was a challenge keeping the connections previously established with their students in the classroom. West Woods paraprofessional Shannon Prevost and her father, Dunbar Hill fourth-grade teacher Christopher Prevost, decided to […]