Remembering 'Coach Meat': Connecticut Community Reflects On Rock Star Meat Loaf's Time Coaching High School SoftballOrchard Drive in Redding has zero show biz glitz, which is exactly why Meat Loaf and his first wife, Leslie, raised their daughters there in the '90s during a lull in his career.
Connecticut Landlord Accused Of Fatally Shooting TenantIt happened Thursday afternoon in Norwalk.
Tri-State Area's Latest COVID Statistics Offer Signs Of OptimismThe latest COVID statistics in the Tri-State Area are looking optimistic.
13-Year-Old Connecticut Student Dies After Overdosing On Fentanyl At SchoolThe student was found unconscious inside the Sport and Medical Sciences Academy in Hartford on Thursday. He died over the weekend.
Major Airlines Warn Of 'Catastrophic Disruption' To Travel, Shipping From 5G Debut Set For Wednesday By Verizon And AT&TThe chief executives of America's largest airlines warned of a "catastrophic disruption" to travel and shipping operations if telecommunication companies roll out their 5G technology as planned Wednesday without limiting the technology near U.S. airports.
Saturday Is Deadline For Connecticut Residents To Enroll In Affordable Care ActHowever, some states, including New York and New Jersey are extending their deadline through Jan. 31. 
St. Luke's Head Of School Clarifies Details Surrounding Death Of 16-Year-Old Hockey Player Teddy BalkindDavis ends his letter saying the Balkind family knows the two teams involved are now carrying the weight of this tragedy on their shoulders. The hope is that by clarifying what happened, some of that weight can be lifted and the healing process can begin.
American Red Cross Putting Out Plea For Blood Donations Amid National ShortageLow supplies are forcing doctors to make difficult decisions about who receives transfusions.
13-Year-Old Connecticut Student Overdoses On Fentanyl While At SchoolPolice say 40 bags of the opioid were found at the school.
Supreme Court Blocks President Biden's Vaccine-Or-Test Rule For BusinessesThe White House hopes employers choose to impose the mandate on their own or that local governments take it up.
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont May Seek Extension Of Emergency PowersThe powers have been in effect since March 2020 and were extended at least six times. They're due to expire Feb. 15.