Flags Lowered In Connecticut In Honor Of Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting VictimsIt's been five years since 20 children and six educators were killed at the Newtown school in a mass shooting.
Connecticut Governor Warns State's Transportation Fund In Dire SituationGov. Dannel P. Malloy sounded the alarm Thursday about the projected insolvency of Connecticut's transportation account.
CBS2 Exclusive: Drive-By Shooting Rattles Residents Of Quiet Fairfield NeighborhoodPolice said her two story home on Candlewood Road was shot at least six times around 9:15. One of the bullets went through her house.
Toys 'R' Us Recalls 'Totally Me!' Clay Craft Kits Due To Mold Exposure RiskToys 'R' Us is recalling its "Totally Me!" clay mold kit due to potential mold risk. 
Connecticut State Police Rescue Man From Burning CarConnecticut state troopers rescued a driver from a burning car on Interstate 84 this week.
Drivers Urged To Lock Cars After Rash Of Auto Thefts In NJ, CTIt is that time of year again, when thieves go shopping in someone else’s driveway.
Blumenthal Urges Parents Not To Buy Toy Guns As Holiday GiftsThe Connecticut senator blamed toy guns for nearly 90 deaths in the last two years in the United States.
TSA Shares Tips For Smooth Thanksgiving TravelYour grandma's gravy may be a family favorite, but stuffing it in your carry-on bag may not fly with the TSA.
Sen. Blumenthal May Have Been Victim Of Twitter HoaxA Twitter user claimed the Connecticut lawmaker sexually assaulted her “countless times,” but the account behind the tweet is raising questions.
Two Quinnipiac University Students Caught Setting Fires In Dorm Bathrooms, Cops SayPolice allege the men set the fires in The Commons dormitory, which houses nearly 500 students. Several students witnessed the fires and reported them.
Stop & Shop Announces Recall Of Some Frozen Corn Due To Listeria ConcernsStop & Shop announced a recall of Own Brands Frozen While Kernel Sweet Corn due to possible Listeria contamination. 
CT Supreme Court Hears Case Against Gun Maker In Sandy Hook MassacreThe Newtown families who lost their children in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre are asking the Connecticut Supreme Court to reconsider their lawsuit to hold the gun maker responsible.

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