Lorenzo Ligato
Former suspect in Jovin murder settles with city, Yale

The state's attorney said that former lecturer James Van de Velde ’82 is no longer a suspect in the murder of Suzanne Jovin ’99.

City sees murder near Yale’s campus

A Saturday shooting in the downtown nightclub district left two men injured and one dead, lifting New Haven's murder tally to a total of seven this year.

UP CLOSE | Fighting New Haven crime with social welfare

As community policing continues, the city hopes to supplement its efforts with social and economic programs.

NHPD reinstates SVU unit

In an ongoing effort to rebuild and strengthen the city’s police force, the New Haven Police Department has reinstated a unit dedicated to sexual and elderly assault.

Yale sued after tailgate death

The estate of the victim of a the 2011 tailgate accident has filed a negligence suit against the University.

Homicide spate plagues Elm City

New Haven has been struck by three murders in the past nine days, lifting the city’s murder tally to a total of five homicides this year.

Elm City sees fifth homicide of year

Roughly 48 hours after the city saw its fourth homicide of the year, another murder hit the streets of New Haven Friday evening. Around 7:06 […]

Tailgate victim’s estate sues University, Sig Ep

Sixteen months after a fatal crash at the 2011 Yale-Harvard game left a Massachusetts woman dead, the victim’s estate has filed a negligence suit against […]

City sees two murders in five days

Just four days after New Haven saw its first homicide since Jan. 23, another murder hit the city Wednesday afternoon.

Campus faces power outage

An 80-minute outage swept the University’s campus amid Wednesday's clear weather.

City sees first homicide in two months

New Haven registered its third homicide of the year early Saturday, interrupting a 65-day murderless streak.