IN PHOTOS: New Haven and Yale Police clear encampment on Cross Campus, no arrests made

Tuesday morning, Yale and New Haven officers completely cleared the Pro-Palestine encampment on Cross Campus. A University spokesperson confirmed that all protesters left the encampment when asked and no arrests were made.

Pan sentenced to 35 years in prison for 2021 murder of grad student

The sentence handed down on Tuesday cements a plea deal reached in February, over three years after Qinxuan Pan murdered Kevin Jiang ENV ’22.

Salovey email overcounts protester arrests

In a Monday afternoon email, Yale President Peter Salovey said 60 protesters had been arrested on Beinecke Plaza. The News confirmed, however, that there were 48 arrests; Salovey has not yet publicly acknowledged his apparent error.

Court approves eviction of migrant workers

The Connecticut Superior Court ruled in favor of Mark DeFrancesco, a landlord evicting two of his former employees. Both of the migrant workers have pending workers’ compensation claims against DeFrancesco's company.

Civilian Review Board faces string of vacancies and lacks administrative power

New Haven Civilian Review Board Attorney, Beth Merkin, aims to change the ordinance and revive the CRB’s enforcement abilities.

Police union holds rally, passes out leaflets during Bulldog Days

The Yale Police Benevolent Association rallied with over 50 people in front of the Schwarzman Center — a move administrators described as “irresponsible and reckless.”

New Haven moves to install red light and speed cameras

Mayor Justin Elicker submitted a proposal — which has to be approved by alders and the state — to install 19 automated red light and speed cameras, amid concerns from human rights groups.

Yale police union pledges to ‘take full advantage’ of Bulldog Days and Commencement

More than 13 months into contract negotiations, after 53 bargaining sessions and the arrival of 28 tentative agreements, negotiations between the Yale police union and the University remain contentious.

Pro-Palestine protesters arrested at Union Station

Metropolitan Transportation Authority police say they issued nine misdemeanor summons for second-degree breach of peace during a sit-in at Union Station protesting against Israel’s war in Gaza and U.S. military aid for Israel. Attendees say 13 people were arrested.

Pro-Palestine protesters arrested for sit-in at Union Station

Several protesters were arrested after blocking the escalators and stairwell in the station to pressure local and congressional representatives, including Rep. Rosa DeLauro, to support a ceasefire in Gaza.

New 24-hour crisis intervention center planned for New Haven

Continuum of Care’s REST Center, Connecticut’s first 24-hour short-term crisis stabilization hub for adults, is slated to open later this spring