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Longtime Greenwich Crossing Guard HonoredTom Reale, 97, has been keeping kids safe at school street crossings in Greenwich since the early 1970s.
Blumenthal: FDA Should Require Labels Identifying Genetically Engineered SalmonU.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., is appalled that the Food and Drug Administration has not required genetically engineered salmon to be clearly labeled as such.
Connecticut Senator Seeks To Make Phoned-In Threats To Schools A FelonySen. Tony Hwang wants to put an end to the trauma suffered by parents, teachers and children when threats against schools are made.
Malloy Wants To Replace Hartford ViaductThe project will cost $3.4 billion, but will have a projected return to the state of $9 billion to $10 billion.
Nearly $10,000 Reported Missing From Bridgeport Police SafeAn investigation has started to determine what happened to nearly $10,000 reported missing from the Bridgeport Police Department's evidence safe.
Feds Release Study On Ambitious Proposals To Upgrade Connecticut Railroad SystemThe report by the Federal Railroad Administration analyzed the possibility high-speed rails, new routes and a rail tunnel under Long Island Sound.
Connecticut Lawmakers Look To Plug $1.4 Billion Budget GapThe projected red ink in Connecticut's budget is nearly five times the $400 million the state has in its emergency reserve.
Defense Lawyer: Might Be Difficult For Connecticut Man Accused Of Killing His Parents To Receive Fair TrialRenowned defense attorney Gene Riccio is representing Navin in the highest-profile case in Connecticut in years.
Computer System Designed To Cut DMV Wait Times Is Creating Longer Waits In ConnecticutBill Seymour, spokesman for the Connecticut DMV, said that while everything is being done to shorten the long waits, they're likely to continue at least for a while.
Bridgeport Business Leader Confident Mayor-Elect Joe Ganim Has Turned Over A New LeafGanim, who served as mayor from 1991-2003, served seven years behind bars for bribery. He was elected again last week.
Senate Leader Says GE May Be Using Conn. Budget As Layoff CoverGeneral Electric says the idea that it has been planning layoffs in Connecticut and plans to use the state's just-passed budget as "cover'' is completely untrue.
Connecticut Senate Passes Budget Minutes Before DeadlineThe vote came about a half-hour before the midnight adjournment Wednesday.
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