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Connecticut could see some snow Thursday afternoon, before rain arrives Friday night. [Read More]
Connecticut's government - particularly the man at the top - is changing, but the state's largest city is sticking with its lobbyist in Hartford. ... [Read More]
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Central Connecticut State University, the Ana Grace Project, New Britain's public schools and a series of community organizations and city agencies are teaming up for... [Read More]
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A retired Hartford police officer is making sure every officer is honored for their sacrifices, even years after their death. [Read More]
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If you look up into the night sky on Sunday, December 16, 2018, you might be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of Comet 46P/Wirtanen. [Read More]
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Homeowners in Meriden are frustrated by a major spike in crime... [Read More]
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Clergy, politicians, and members of the community in New Haven rallied on Wednesday to call for the city to help rbing "good jobs" to the... [Read More]
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A group of former Hartford police officers wounded in the line of duty are finally getting the recognition they deserve. [Read More]
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Homeowners in Meriden are frustrated by a major spike in crime. [Read More]
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A man accused of killing a woman he was in a relationship with faced a judge on Wednesday morning... [Read More]
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Hartford County's economy grew the fastest in Connecticut in 2015, according to federal statistics. [Read More]
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Out of the $2 billion in pension payments Connecticut will make this year, the average is $38,212 and the largest is more than $322,000 for... [Read More]
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A nursing shortage is never a good thing, especially during flu season... [Read More]
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A beloved store in West Hartford is getting ready to say goodbye. [Read More]
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Snow showers are likely on Thursday and rain for the weekend... [Read More]
A 53-year-old New Haven man waived his right to be indicted and pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court to one count of theft from programs... [Read More]
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Impatience could cost drivers in East Windsor... [Read More]
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Thousands of Connecticut homes have crumbling foundations, and now a school is being affected. [Read More]
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There was a special holiday concert on Wednesday. [Read More]
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Washington, D.C. is facing a spiraling rat infestation, fueled by mild winters and a human population boom. [Read More]
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