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A man injured at a local water park has won his lawsuit for $9 million in damages.>>>Learn more.

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The video shows the teen victim's aunt and a group of teens attacking the victim or watching the attack “over an extended period of time,” police said. The victim's mother was present at the attack and police said an investigation revealed she was involved in planning the attack. >>>More information.

Agent Advice has commissioned a survey to produce its “definitive” list of the 140 “most emerging” streets. Is there one in your city? >>>More information.

“I am very lucky and blessed to have had the opportunity to work with such great people,” said the coach. “I just hope I influenced her as positively as she influenced me. It was truly an honor.”>>>Read more.

A device that steals credit/debit card information was found at a local retail store. >>>More information.

According to an arrest warrant, an 18-year-old posing as a University of Connecticut student filed a report with state police about the incidents. Here you can find out what the arrest warrant reveals about the incidents. >>>More information.

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