Police cars block access to the site where a hot air balloon crashed early Saturday, July 30, 2016, near Lockhart, Texas.  At least 16 people were on board the balloon, which Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Lynn Lunsford said caught fire before crashing into a pasture shortly after 7:40 a.m. Saturday near Lockhart. No one appeared to survive the crash, authorities said. (AP Photo/James Vertuno)

Agency: Drug use should have grounded pilot in balloon wreck

Medical experts say the pilot of a hot-air balloon that crashed in Texas, killing him and 15 others, had medical ailments and was prescribed…

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Hotel proposed for Fort Trumbull

All along the streets of Fort Trumbull there are cars in newly numbered spaces. The cars belong to employees of Electric Boat. The company’s…