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Connecticut U.S. Senator Calls For More Timely Notifications From EPA On Lead ContaminationU.S. Sen. Chris Murphy said the big problem in Connecticut is lead paint on older homes.
New Round Of Snow Set To Snag Friday Morning Commute For Tri-State AreaResidents around the Tri-State can expect rain on Thursday to switch over to wet snow overnight into Friday as temperatures drop.
Connecticut Town Considers Arming Teachers With GunsOfficials in the town of Kent, Connecticut, have voted to move forward with a plan that advocates believe could save precious lives if a gunman enters a school.
Connecticut Gov. Malloy's Revised Budget Would Cut Over 1,000 State JobsWhile addressing a joint session of the General Assembly on the opening day of the new legislative session, the Democrat said Wednesday the jobs would be eliminated through attrition and "other means."
Former Supermodel Stephanie Seymour Seeks Rehab In Connecticut Drunk Driving CaseOfficially the judge will decide if she's eligible for the program in April but the consensus is that it's a done deal.
Malloy Seeks Amendment To Protect State Transportation Upgrade Funds'No more' said Governor Dan Malloy and Transportation Commissioner Jim Redeker, emphasizing the need for bridge, rail, and road repairs.
Police: Conn. Chiropractor Gave Shocks To Discipline Office WorkerWilliam DeAngelo, head of the Neuro-Spinal Center in Stratford, was charged Thursday with third-degree assault and remains free on a promise to appear in court.
CBS2 Live Chat: Dr. Max Gomez On What You Need To Know About The Zika VirusCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez sat down to discuss some of your questions and concerns surrounding the illness on our CBSNewYork Facebook page Thursday evening.
Defense Mulls Plea Deal For Teen Accused Of Killing Girl On Prom Day In Milford, Conn.A possible plea deal was in the works Thursday for an accused teen killer in Milford, Connecticut.
Connecticut Lawmaker Takes Aim At Prescription Drugs In Battle Against Drug OverdosesRep. Roberta Willis said the abuse of drugs occurs not just in the cities, but in rural Connecticut as well.
3 Newtown High School Students Accused Of Selling Nude Images Of ClassmatesNewtown High School principal Laurie Rodriguez is seizing the moment to educate students about the dangers of sexting.
Stamford Animal Shelter Strives To Keep Unadoptable Dogs AliveAn animal shelter in Stamford, Connecticut has gone to extraordinary lengths to keep problem dogs alive – even when they have proven impossible to adopt.

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