Body pulled from Lake Mohegan: The body of a man in Fairfield Thursday following a search by divers and firefighters. Several witnesses said the man had been fishing with a female companion when he became disturbed, stripped down to his underwear and entered the water. When he began flailing, lifeguards reportedly swam out to rescue him, but they were unable to reach his position before he went under. "Unfortunately we didn't have a successful conclusion," Fairfield Police Chief Gary MacNamara said. "It's a tragedy."
Metro-North trains stopped on New Haven line: Metro-North after a power outage at Grand Central Terminal reportedly forced the stoppage of trains along the New Haven Line.
State employee unions okay concessions deal: SEBAC, the umbrella organization for the 15 state employee unions, announced Thursday afternoon that its members that would avert massive layoffs and deep cuts to programs throughout the state. "A disaster has been averted, we're on solid ground to go forward," a SEBAC representative said at a press conference. Gov. Dannel Malloy immediately released a statement praising the vote.
Westport police investigating rare sculpture theft: The Westport Police Department and the FBI are investigating , each reportedly worth $800,000. The statues, which are carved from sandstone, were from a private collection and were being stored at an undisclosed location in Westport.