Officials Offer Advice As Connecticut Sees More BearsState Department of Energy and Environmental Protection spokesman Dennis Schain said many of the bears are coming in from neighboring Massachusetts and New York.
Fugitive On Run For Nearly 50 Years Faces Extradition Hearing In ConnecticutA Connecticut man who escaped from a Georgia prison 48 years ago faces the prospect of living out the rest of his life behind bars.
Stories From Main Street: Connecticut Ocean Farmer Hopes To Make Kelp The New KaleKelp is not just for sushi anymore. That's the message Bren Smith, Thimble Island Ocean Farm in Branford, Connecticut, is trying to spread.
First Day Of Classes At New Sandy Hook Elementary SchoolThe new building was constructed on the site but further back on the property where the former school stood.
NYU, Yale, Welcome Freshman Class Of 2020 On College Move-In DayNew York University began welcoming its Class of 2020 on Sunday, with many new students using the hashtag #NYUMoveIn tweet, snap and post about their personal move-in experiences.
Fire Breaks Out On Freight Train In HartfordHartford police said three rail cars carrying construction debris and wood caught fire on the tracks.
Plan To Build Public Pool Makes Waves In Wealthy Connecticut TownThe latest plan to build the first public pool in the wealthy Connecticut town of Darien is making waves.
Police: 13-Year-Old Boy Driving Stolen Car Dies In Hartford CrashHartford Deputy Chief Brian Foley said the crash was reported at about 3 a.m. Thursday on Windsor Street.
Suit: Connecticut Liquor Laws Unfair To ConsumersA federal lawsuit is challenging Connecticut's liquor laws, alleging that outdated regulations force consumers to pay more for their liquor and beer.
13 People Shot At Crowded House Party In ConnecticutA shooting at a crowded house party early Sunday left 13 people wounded, and police in Connecticut are investigating what they say is an unusual outburst of violence in the state's largest city.
Connecticut To Roll Out New Metro-North Mobile Ticketing App Connecticut Metro-North commuters on the New Haven Line will soon be able to purchase rail tickets with a new smartphone app.
Electrical Malfunction To Blame After 6 Shocked On Conn. Amusement Park RideDeputy Police Chief Peter Reichard said Wednesday an issue in the wiring for the lighting of another ride was the problem.

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