Massive New Emergency Pipeline Seeks To Remedy Drought In ConnecticutPeople living across a 2 1/2-mile stretch of Connecticut countryside have a new neighbor.
Sandy Hook Families Launch 'Know The Signs' Campaign, Saying 'Gun Violence Is Preventable'The Know the Signs campaign from Sandy Hook Promise includes the launch of a new 2 1/2-minute video public service announcement designed to show how easy it is to overlook at-risk behavior.
Cops In Connecticut, Westchester Search For Suspects In Interstate Burglary SpreePeople were on alert Friday, after a burglary spree with suspects targeting homeowners from Westchester to Connecticut.
Trader Joe's Recalls Some Hummus Products Due To Listeria ConcernsThe company is recalling its Mediterranean Hummus and White Bean & Basil Hummus with use by dates up to and including 12/15/16 and plant identification code "C."
Connecticut Panel Suggests $15 An Hour Minimum Wage By 2022A panel created by the Connecticut General Assembly is recommending the state gradually increase its minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Engineer Who Fell Asleep In Deadly Bronx Metro-North Crash Sues Railroad For $10 MillionAn engineer who fell asleep at the controls of a Metro-North train and caused a derailment that killed four people in the Bronx has sued the railroad.
CT Supreme Court To Hear Case Against Gun Companies Brought By Newtown FamiliesThe Connecticut Supreme Court is going to hear an appeal from the families of nine Sandy Hook victims and one survivor in their case against the sellers of the AR-15 used in the December, 2012 shooting massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Caught On Video: Serial Burglary Suspect Smashes Door Open, Robs Shop In StamfordThey say the same suspect is believed to have burglarized several businesses up and down High Ridge Road.
Connecticut Police Save Driver Trapped In Burning CarA Connecticut man is lucky to be alive after police managed to pull him to safety from a burning car last week.
Fairfield Officials Prepare For Likely Job Cuts, Tax Hikes In Wake Of GE MoveA suburban town is preparing for life after one of its biggest taxpayers picks up and leaves.
Connecticut Police Warn Residents Of Holiday Gas Station ScammersAccording to police, the alleged scammers will target drivers at gas stations, claiming they forgot their wallet before asking for money to pay for gas.
Video: Mob Storms Into Connecticut Store, Makes Off With CandySo called "flash mob thefts" are gaining popularity on social media.

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