Conn. Wildlife Experts Asking Public To Be Kind To Bats This HalloweenAs Halloween rolls around, Connecticut wildlife experts are asking folks to take a new look at bats.
3 Voters File Suit To Strike Down New York Law Against 'Ballot Selfies'Three New York voters filed a lawsuit Wednesday asking the State of New York to rescind its ban on selfies at the polls.
Norwalk Transit Bus Service May Face Fare Hike, Service Cuts In 2017State representative Gail Lavielle, who represents the district, says people who depend on these buses simply can't afford a fare hike.
'Space Jam' Returns To Theaters For 20th Anniversary: Where To Watch Near NYCFathom Events and Warner Bros. say the screenings will take place on Sunday, Nov. 13, and Wednesday, Nov. 16.
Parts Of Tri-State See Record-Breaking Temps As Summer-Like Weather Grips RegionA record high temperature of 82 degrees was set in Newark this afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. This breaks the old record of 80 degrees set in 1964.
Jury: Lack Of Proper Diagnosis Led To Conn. Woman's Leg AmputationA Trumbull doctor has been ordered to pay $25 million in a lawsuit filed by a woman whose leg was amputated due to malpractice.
Police: Woman Fleeces Man Of $300 Gift Card On First Date At Connecticut RestaurantDon’t expect a second date after this.
New Yorkers Enjoy Taste Of Summer Weather In The FallIslip, Bridgeport and LaGuardia are likely to tie decades old records Monday if the areas reach the forecast highs of 76, 79 and 80 degrees respectively.
Stories From Main Street: Making A Difference, One Baseball At A TimeA Connecticut teenager is going to bat for children who might not have the same opportunities that he's enjoyed.
19-Year-Old UConn Student Killed After Being Run Over By Fire Department SUVA Connecticut family is mourning the loss of their daughter as she was killed in a tragic accident at University of Connecticut’s Storrs campus.
Greenwich High School Headmaster Apologizes For 'Hitler' Football PlayGreenwich was playing Trumbull on Thursday when the players charged onto the field shouting "Hitler.''
Judge Dismisses Lawsuit By Newtown Families Against Gun MakerA Connecticut judge has dismissed a lawsuit against Remington Arms, the maker of the semiautomatic rifle used by the shooter in the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.

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