Bharat Ayyar
Climate Coalition pressures Rell to back warming bill

Donning olive green “carbon caps” and pumping posters into the air, members of the Connecticut Climate Coalition assembled on Cross Campus on Friday morning to […]

Mila Rainof MED ’08, 27, dies after being hit by car

Less than one day after being struck by a car near the Yale School of Medicine campus, Mila Rainof MED ’08 died Sunday morning at […]

BDs testify on attack in California

Following two days of heated — and, at times, colorful — testimony in a San Francisco courtroom, preliminary hearings for the two men charged in […]

Brief: YPD officers help investigate bomb found on train tracks

A bomb was discovered on and removed from New Haven train tracks Tuesday evening. Two children stumbled upon a “greenish brown” object with “an orange […]

Sexuality may have led to student assault

A gay Yale Law School student was assaulted earlier this month, ostensibly because of his sexuality, according to a New Haven Police Department report. On […]

Brief: Mercedes rams house on Edgewood Avenue; no injuries reported

A black Mercedes sedan crashed into the first floor of 61 Edgewood Ave., smashing the front staircase and leaving a five-foot-tall hole, around 12:30 Monday […]

Yale to open police records

Yale University announced Friday morning that it would not contest the Freedom of Information Commission’s February ruling that mandated the Yale Police Department to disclose […]

Looking West, Ortiz leaves a mixed legacy

It took two retirements — one 12 years ago and another, effective at the end of today — but Francisco Ortiz is finally ready to […]

Yale will not contest FOIC decision calling for disclosure of YPD files

In a statement Friday morning, Yale announced it would not contest the Freedom of Information Commission’s February ruling that mandated the Yale Police Department to […]

In New Haven, burglary spike linked to economic downturn

As Mayor John DeStefano Jr. stood before the podium at a press conference at New Haven Police Department headquarters last Friday, he emphasized two trends […]

Shootings drop in first quarter

The first three months of 2008 saw city criminals trading guns for crow bars and lock picks, according to a first-quarter crime report released by […]