Safety Hazards Discovered At Conn. Day Care Days After Death Of ChildA surprise inspection at a day care center in Stamford revealed numerous safety hazards, including a work station holding fencing slats with nails sticking out, and a curling iron plugged into a lamp near a sleeping child.
Severe Storms Take Down Trees, Power Lines Around Tri-State AreaSevere storms pounded the Tri-State Area late Monday afternoon -- bringing sideways rain, uprooting trees, and electrocuting a driver whose car was struck by downed wires.
Police: Bridgeport Man Riding In Car Struck, Killed By BrickThree men were riding in Bridgeport around 8:40 p.m. Saturday when a group of people they were passing began throwing rocks and a brick at the car.
Severe Storms Blast Through Tri-State Area, Take Down Trees, Power LinesA speedy, but powerful round of thunderstorms pounded the Tri-State Area late Thursday afternoon, forcing people to scramble for cover as they were caught in the pouring rain.
AAA: 8 Out Of 10 Drivers Experience Aggression Behind The WheelThe AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety says nearly 8 out of 10 U.S. drivers it surveyed admit expressing anger, aggression or road rage at least once in the previous year.
Baby Dies After 911 Call From Stamford Daycare; Death Ruled HomicideA 2-month-old girl died after a 911 call from her daycare in Stamford, Connecticut this week, and police have launched a homicide investigation.
1010 WINS Interview: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Insists Cousin Michael Skakel Was 'Framed' In 1975 MurderIn his new book "Framed," Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. argues that his cousin, Michael Skakel, was railroaded for the 1975 murder of a young neighbor.
Yale University Worker Sparks Change After Destroying Stained-Glass Window Depicting SlaveryYale University has acknowledged that it decided to remove several stained-glass windows at Calhoun College only after a worker destroyed one in June that depicted slaves in a cotton field.
General Mills Flour, Cake Mixes Recalled After E. Coli OutbreakGeneral Mills has issued a recall of several products after a multistate outbreak of E. Coli.
Connecticut Dealing With Cutback In Lifeguards Due To Budget CrisisA budget crisis has caused a cutback in lifeguards at many popular swimming spots in Connecticut.
Tri-State Area Sweats Through Another Summer Scorcher With Bouts Of RainThe Tri-State area dealt with more summer swelter Thursday, with high temperatures across the region broken up by pouring rain.
Mega Millions Jackpot Hits $540 Million For Friday DrawingFriday's drawing will be the 35th since Mega Millions had a winner -- the longest rollover stretch in the game's history.

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