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.
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.
After Hurricane Matthew, Cholera Top Concern In Storm-Battered HaitiWith 90 percent of island crops wiped out by the storm, there are also fears that survivors will die of starvation.
State Drops Case Against Connecticut Man Who Spent 48 Years As FugitiveA state judge in Danbury on Tuesday dropped a fugitive-from-justice charge against 71-year-old Robert Stackowitz. He'll be under parole supervision until 2022.
Members Of NYPD, FDNY & Other Local Groups Helping With Hurricane Matthew Relief EffortsNew York Task Force One, a federal emergency response team, was activated by FEMA Thursday night.
Infant Dies At Home Day Care Run By Norwalk Mayor's DaughterThe 4-month-old girl was receiving CPR when emergency responders arrived on Wednesday afternoon after receiving a call that there was a medical emergency at the day care.
CT Woman Accused Of Running Unlicensed Daycare Pleads Not Guilty In 4-Month-Old's DeathPolice say Carol Cardillo purchased 90 bottles of Benadryl over a three year span, while running an unlicensed daycare from her Fairfield home.
Expert Offers Tips On What To Do If You Encounter A 'Creepy Clown'Reports of strange sightings and encounters with creepy clowns have been raising concerns all across the nation.
Stamford, Conn. Sets Up New Gun Stoppers ProgramThe mayor of Stamford, Connecticut on Tuesday announced a new crime and a new gun stoppers program.
CT Lawmaker: Arena Sales Tax Could Help Avoid Rail Fare HikeConnecticut lawmaker Gail Lavielle suggests implementing a sales tax at the XL Center in Hartford in order to avoid a rail fare hike.
DEEP: Send Us Your Deer Heads, Connecticut HuntersDEEP wants to examine the heads for signs of chronic wasting disease, which strikes the brains of deer, moose and elk.
Critics Claim New Bar Cars On Metro-North New Haven Line Are Distraction From Fare HikeOf those 60 cars, 10 will be converted into cafe cars -- a service that was retired from the line in 2014.

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