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Slain New Haven teen to be honored at graduation

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Slain New Haven teen to be honored at graduation

- Thursday night is a big night for high school graduates in New Haven, but it’s also bittersweet. Hillhouse High School is paying special tribute to Jacob Craggett, a member of the class of 2017, who was shot and killed three years ago. Lisa Craggett admitted Thursday evening will be tough at the graduation ceremony, but said she would never miss it

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Blumenthal, Murphy To Hold 'Emergency Hearing' On Health Care In New Haven

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Blumenthal, Murphy To Hold 'Emergency Hearing' On Health Care In New Haven

- Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy are holding an "emergency field hearing" on health care Friday as Senate Republicans continue to craft legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act behind closed doors. More than 200 people came to a hearing Blumenthal held Monday at the Legislative Office Building, in part to protest the secretive process Republicans have used to write the new health care law

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I-91 in New Haven reopens following tractor trailer crash

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I-91 in New Haven reopens following tractor trailer crash

- A tractor-trailer crash closed part of I-91 north in New Haven on Monday evening. The highway was closed between exits 6 and 8, but it has since reopened. The highway was closed for about an hour. New Haven fire officials said multiple cars were involved in the crash. It is unclear if any injuries were reported. Officials also said the trailer did not roll over, but it was facing backward and blocking lanes

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Woman who lied about cancer to avoid prison gets 2 ½ years

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Woman who lied about cancer to avoid prison gets 2 ½ years

- NEW HAVEN, CT (AP) - A Connecticut woman who lied about having cancer to avoid reporting to prison on a fraud conviction has been sentenced to more than two years in prison. Thirty-seven-year-old Aliyah Davis, of East Windsor, was sentenced to 30 months Monday by a federal judge in New Haven. She pleaded guilty to several crimes in December. Davis was sentenced to more than four years in prison in 2014 for defrauding Mass Mutual

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Pizza Deliveryman Robbed at Gunpoint in New Haven

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Pizza Deliveryman Robbed at Gunpoint in New Haven

- Two people are accused of robbing a pizza deliveryman at gunpoint in New Haven early Monday morning. Police arrested Amar Ju Walton, 26, of West Haven and Soyna Bracy, 37, of New Haven, on robbery-related charges. According to police, officers were called to Foote Street around 1:15 a.m. for a robbery complaint. The victim told police he was making a delivery for Alpha Delta Pizza when the robbery occurred

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New Haven to Formally Swear in Chief of Police Anthony Campbell

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New Haven to Formally Swear in Chief of Police Anthony Campbell

- Anthony Campbell will be formally sworn in as the Chief of Police in New Haven on Tuesday, after months of serving as acting and interim chief. Campbell has been acting as chief since September, when former Police Chief Dean Esserman stepped down. Mayor Toni Harp selected Campbell to become the permanent New Haven Chief of Police in May. Since Esserman’s departure, Campbell said he has focused on improving the morale of the men and women in the New Haven Police Department

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Cheap And Free Movies For Kids All Summer At Area Theaters

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Cheap And Free Movies For Kids All Summer At Area Theaters

- School's out, and that means local cinemas are bringing out the kids' movies. A kids' film festival is happening in New Haven, and several Hartford-area multiplexes are starting low-cost summerlong kids' film series. The 11th annual Children’s Film Festival at Yale Center for British Art, 1080 Chapel St. in New Haven, will be Saturday, June 17, at 10:30 and 11:30 a

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Michigan offers New Haven forward Romeo Weems

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Michigan offers New Haven forward Romeo Weems

- Another day, another in-state offer. Michigan extended a scholarship to New Haven wing Romeo Weems on Friday, according to a tweet by New Haven coach Tedaro France II. Weems (6-foot-6) is a four-star prospect and one of the state’s top players. He’s ranked No. 48 nationally by Scout.com and No. 84 in 247Sports’ composite rankings in the 2019 class. He also holds offers from Michigan State and Missouri, among others

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Doctor pleads no contest to killing Yale physician

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Doctor pleads no contest to killing Yale physician

- A doctor charged with killing a Yale University physician over a workplace dispute has pleaded no contest. NEW HAVEN, Conn. — A doctor charged with killing a Yale University physician over a workplace dispute has pleaded no contest to lesser charges and agreed to serve 32 years in prison. Lishan Wang accepted a plea deal Friday in New Haven Superior Court

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Doctor pleads no contest to killing Yale physician

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Doctor pleads no contest to killing Yale physician

- A doctor charged with killing a Yale University physician over a workplace dispute has pleaded no contest. NEW HAVEN, Conn. — A doctor charged with killing a Yale University physician over a workplace dispute has pleaded no contest to lesser charges and agreed to serve 32 years in prison. Lishan Wang accepted a plea deal Friday in New Haven Superior Court

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Doctor pleads no contest to killing Yale physician

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Doctor pleads no contest to killing Yale physician

- A doctor charged with killing a Yale University physician over a workplace dispute has pleaded no contest. NEW HAVEN, Conn. — A doctor charged with killing a Yale University physician over a workplace dispute has pleaded no contest to lesser charges and agreed to serve 32 years in prison. Lishan Wang accepted a plea deal Friday in New Haven Superior Court

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Doctor pleads no contest to killing Yale physician

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Doctor pleads no contest to killing Yale physician

- A doctor charged with killing a Yale University physician over a workplace dispute has pleaded no contest. NEW HAVEN, Conn. — A doctor charged with killing a Yale University physician over a workplace dispute has pleaded no contest to lesser charges and agreed to serve 32 years in prison. Lishan Wang accepted a plea deal Friday in New Haven Superior Court

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Burglars Smash Window, Steal $11,000 Worth of Sunglasses

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Burglars Smash Window, Steal $11,000 Worth of Sunglasses

- Burglars smashed the front window of EbLens in New Haven early Friday morning and made off with $11,000 worth of sunglasses, according to police. The incident happened at 60 Whalley Ave. at 3:47 a.m., according to police. EbLens was founded in New Britain in 1949 and has expanded to several locations in Connecticut, as well as Rhode Island, Massachusetts and New York

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Suspect in Yale doctor’s death competent for trial

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Suspect in Yale doctor’s death competent for trial

- New Haven, Conn. — A judge ruled Monday that a doctor being forcibly medicated to treat his mental illness is now competent to stand trial for the killing of a Yale University physician. Judge Thomas O’Keefe Jr. also was expected to decide whether Lishan Wang can act as his own attorney. The Chinese citizen from Beijing is charged with murder in the 2010 killing of Dr

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Judge: Suspect in Yale doctor's death competent for trial

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Judge: Suspect in Yale doctor's death competent for trial

- NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — A judge ruled Monday that a doctor being forcibly medicated to treat his mental illness is now competent to stand trial for the killing of a Yale University physician. Judge Thomas O'Keefe Jr. also rejected Lishan Wang's request that he be allowed to act as his own attorney in the case. The Chinese citizen from Beijing is charged with murder in the 2010 killing of Dr

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Judge: Suspect in Yale doctor's death competent for trial

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Judge: Suspect in Yale doctor's death competent for trial

- NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — A judge has ruled that a doctor treated for mental illness is now competent to stand trial for the death of a Yale University physician. Judge Thomas O'Keefe Jr. on Monday ruled Lishan Wang competent. The judge also is expected to decide whether Wang can act as his own attorney. The Chinese citizen is charged with murder in the 2010 killing of Dr

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Man shot dead inside his New Haven home

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Man shot dead inside his New Haven home

- NEW HAVEN -- New Haven police are investigating an overnight shooting left one man dead inside his home on Greenwood Street. Police said 28-year-old Joshua Rivera had returned to his house shortly after 10:15 p.m. Thursday. He was hit in his home when a bullet came through his first floor window and struck him in the head. Rivera was taken to Yale-New Haven Hospital, but did not survive

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