Bharat Ayyar
State task force ends term with NHPD

At 2 p.m. yesterday, two hours before the State Urban Violence and Cooperative Crime Control Task Force’s memorandum of understanding with the New Haven Police […]

Light serving jail time for gun charges

David Light, the would-be Calhoun junior who was arrested twice last summer on weapons charges, was found guilty last Thursday and has already started serving […]

Thief ransacks Chabad house

The New Haven Police Department on Sunday arrested a suspect in the theft of $1,000-$2,000 worth of electronics from the Edgewood Ave. house of Yale […]

At memorial, tears, laughs for Liotta ’10

On Thursday night, Trumbull College buttery worker George Harris ’11 remembered a shift he worked with Andrew Liotta ’10 last semester. Several students ordered hamburgers, […]

Brief: Three grad students robbed at gunpoint Thursday on Elm St.

Three graduate students were robbed at gunpoint on Elm Street between Dwight Street and University Place at 12:25 a.m. Thursday. The assailant was described in […]

Ortiz announces he will step down in early April

In a letter to the mayor on Monday, New Haven Police Department Chief Francisco Ortiz tendered his official resignation, effective April 12, when Assistant Chief […]

$20K worth of property stolen from BDs’ house

The Baker’s Dozen’s spring break tour in North Carolina hit a sour note at its finale. The 19 members of the Yale a cappella group […]

Three-strikes bill dies while in committee

It was a swing and a miss for state Republicans on Monday. A partisan stalemate frustrated GOP lawmakers, as three bills — including one proposed […]

Andrew Liotta ’10 dies in sleep

Andrew Louis Liotta ’10, an avid photographer, social activist and active member of the Trumbull College community, died at his San Francisco home last Friday, […]

Trumbull sophomore Andrew Liotta dies in his sleep

Andrew Louis Liotta ’10, an active member of the Trumbull College community and a staff photographer for the News, died at his San Francisco home […]

YPD likely to grow with expansion

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. The sole cop patrolling the expected site of the two new residential colleges […]