'Man In A Van:' Connecticut Man Seeks Help Delivering Produce To Food PantriesA Connecticut man who goes by the nickname “Man in a Van” helps about 500 families in need get access to healthy produce every week. But now, he needs some help.
Authorities: CT Man Crashes Car Filled With Gas Containers Into Hospital, Sets Himself On FireThe driver, identified as 27-year-old Steven Ellam, of Middletown, was removed from Middlesex Hospital and flown to Bridgeport Hospital, where he was listed in critical condition in the burn unit.
Govs Of N.Y., N.J., Conn., R.I. Form 'States For Gun Safety' CoalitionThe governors of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Rhode Island are forming a coalition of like-minded states on gun control.
'It's Not Political, It's A Human Issue:' Students, Parents Affected By School Shootings Meet With Trump In 'Listening Session'A grim fellowship of parents, teachers and students affected by school shootings over the past two decades sat down with President Donald Trump on Wednesday.
Parents On Edge In NJ, Conn. After Possible Flu-Related Deaths Of 2 Young ChildrenGrief counselors will be on hand at schools in New Jersey and Connecticut Tuesday as communities mourn the deaths of two young students from possible flu-like symptoms.
Communities In New Jersey, Connecticut In Mourning Following Possible Flu-Related Deaths Of 2 Young ChildrenEmma Splan's death further increases concern by parents and school officials fighting the epidemic.
Winter Storm Warning In Effect As Wet Snow Falls Across Tri-State AreaHeavy snow is possible for parts of the area, with accumulations between four to six inches expected.
Connecticut Medical Examiner’s Office Struggling To Keep Up With Deadly OverdosesConnecticut reached a grim milestone last year, as deadly overdoses topped the 1,000 mark in 2017.
Local Hospitals Scramble To Deal With Surge In Flu CasesEmergency rooms continued to be flooded Tuesday with people sick during this year's deadly flu season.
Health Department: 5-Year-Old Brooklyn Girl Died Of The FluThe city's health department confirmed Monday that a 5-year-old girl from Brooklyn died of the flu over the weekend. She is the fourth child to die from the virus in the city this season.
L.I. State Senator, Victim Team Up To Fight CyberbullyingA Long Island state senator on Friday introduced legislation to combat cyberbullying.
Wet Weather Gives Way To Flooding, Icy Road ConditionsWet weather made traveling across the Tri-State Area difficult and dangerous Wednesday.