Marek Ramilo
Staff Reporter
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Candidates debate decline in crime

Gov. Dannel Malloy and Republican candidate Tom Foley have begun to discuss their plans to reinforce public safety in Connecticut.

Ferguson incident spurs New Haven activists

An Aug. 19 protest on campus, attended by over 100, focused on issues of structural racism.

August homicides disrupt calm summer

Four homicides in the beginning of August disrupted an otherwise calm summer in New Haven.

Latest homicide takes third teen victim of 2014

Fifteen-year-old Jacob Craggett became the city's ninth homicide victim of 2014 after a shooting Friday night,

Weekend shootings bring homicide count to eight

On Friday night, police arrived at the intersection of Kensington St. and Chapel St. to find two gunshot victims.

Professor’s wife killed in Orange homicide, son arrested

The first homicide to strike Orange, Conn., in more than 10 years involved a family with deep Yale ties.

British citizens sentenced in New Haven for terrorist ties

After pleading guilty to a series of charges alleging support for and conspiracy with overseas terrorist groups, two British nationals entered New Haven Federal Court for a sentencing hearing on Wednesday morning.

Novelist assaulted outside Study

Author Colum McCann, a National Book Award winner, was assaulted outside the Study Hotel last week, police said in a Wednesday release.

City endures wave of shootings

NHPD detectives are set to hold a briefing session sometime Tuesday afternoon to review any existing leads, Hartman added.

Campus robberies two nights in a row

Emails from Yale Police Department Chief Ronnell Higgins this weekend notified the University community about two robberies near the intersection of Broadway and York St.

Yalies teach nonviolence in New Haven schools

When 12 New Haven middle school students gathered in a classroom during their spring break were asked to define peace, their response was unanimous.