Access Health CT is looking ahead to 2018.
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The final deal between the Governor and Democratic leaders wasn’t announced until about 2 p.m. on Thursday.
Jennifer Hooks is a city manager in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. She’s hoping to fix some of the issues in her community by coming to Connecticut…
There are a number of people down in Florida who used to live here in our state.
It’s hard to believe that the summer is almost over. Fall is right around the corner and the kids are back to school. Many of them already r…
A number of schools are now in session and that means safety is a top priority so drivers need to be mindful of that.
The opioid epidemic in Connecticut continues as grim new estimates are out. That’s triggering a strong response to save lives.
We have some more great shots of this week’s solar eclipse to share with you. That’s the focus of our Report It Recap.
There’s an update on a story we first told you about one week ago. All of it have to do with a late veteran’s flag, which was found in West …
So far this year there have been eight small plane crashes here in Connecticut. Those crashes claiming the lives of six people.
Connecticut’s death rate is higher than the national average.
State Police say a mother and two children who went missing in a state forest have been found safe Wednesday morning.
From fun in the sun to some great shots of nature. Even some back to school pics. Here’s this week’s Report It Recap.
Two men in Wallingford are baffled as to how someone lost a late veteran’s flag. They are now trying to track down the rightful owner.
After a great deal of uncertainty for a New Fairfield father who was set to be deported Thursday, Joel Colindres was granted a stay by an im…