Report: Alan Kalter, Announcer For 'The Late Show With David Letterman', Dies At 78According to The Hollywood Reporter, Kalter died Monday at Stamford Hospital. He was 78. 
Winning Numbers Announced For Powerball $697 Million Jackpot, As Tri-State Area Residents Dream The Impossible DreamPeople were out Monday night until the last minute grabbing tickets. Although it has been a waiting game, their mindset is somebody has to win eventually.
COVID Impact: New Study Reveals 40% Spike In Insomnia Among Working Mothers During PandemicAre you often awake at 3 a.m. and can't get back to sleep? Or you can't fall asleep at all?
Connecticut State Workers Need To Be Vaccinated Or Submit To Weekly TestingGov. Ned Lamont has directed heads of state agencies to put workers who don't comply on unpaid leave, starting as soon as Tuesday. 
Murphy Threatens So-Called 'Nuclear Option' If N.J. Residents Are Double Charged In NYC's Congestion Pricing PlanMurphy is now threatening to use the Port Authority as a bargaining tool to keep New Jersey drivers from paying more. 
Sports Betting Now Legal In ConnecticutThe legal sports gambling industry is expected to generate $100 million a year in state revenue.
New Seat Belt Law Goes Into Effect In ConnecticutPreviously, rear seat belts were only required for passengers under 16.
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont Extends Mandatory COVID Vaccine Deadline For State EmployeesThe mandate includes workers at long-term care facilities, state hospitals, pre-K through grade 12 school workers and child care facility staff members.
Metro-North Penn Station Access Project Completes Environmental ReviewIt calls for four new stations in the Bronx, as well as direct Metro-North service to Penn Station from the Bronx, Westchester and Connecticut.
Customers Raising Money To Help Stamford Barbershop Rebuild After FireBelltown Barbers is the kind of place where clients become friends. Kids get their first haircut there and the barbers watch them grow up.
Concern Over School Bus Staffing In Connecticut As New COVID Protocols BeginThe Connecticut School Transportation Association says more than 1,500 drivers from 12 bus companies are unvaccinated, and more than 200 of those drivers refuse weekly testing. 
Javier Da Silva Sentenced To 30 Years For Kidnapping Valerie Reyes, Leaving Her To Die In A Suitcase By The Side Of The RoadThe judge called da Silva "evil" and his crime "sickening."
FDA Approves Pfizer COVID-19 Booster Shot, But Confusion Still Reigns Over Who Can Get It And WhenIf even state and federal health officials can't agree on booster guidelines, it's not surprising the rest of us are confused.
Johnson & Johnson: 2nd Dose Of COVID Vaccine Offers Stronger ProtectionJ&J had long believed that a second shot of its engineered, virus-based vaccine would boost immunity to COVID-19.
TikTok Under Fire Over 'Devious Licks' Viral Challenge Inspiring Students To Vandalize School BathroomsThe challenge has spread here locally, with districts from New Jersey to Connecticut reporting thousands of dollars in damage while issuing warnings to students and parents.