TRAFFIC ALERT // One lane of traffic is now moving past the scene of a tractor-trailer rollover in Southington.
The Travelers insurance company and the PGA tour announced a new contract agreement earlier today. News 8′s Kent Pierce was there and gives us the details.
U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal is overseeing a hearing in Washington, D.C. on ways to improve rail safety in light of recent incidents in Connecticut and elsewhere.
Metro-North Railroad’s two top executives have told Connecticut legislators that the commuter rail line has installed new technology, slowed trains and made internal management changes to improve service.
During the Cold War, the United States relied on a spy satellite for intelligence about other countries.
Drunk driving kills is a message that parents want all teenagers to take to heart. But getting that message to sink in can be a challenge unless it’s also coming from a teenager.
A former Connecticut securities broker been sentenced to 25 years in prison after pleading guilty to federal charges that he swindled investors, including a Greek Orthodox church, out of more than $27 million.
Quirky Elizabeth Schubert is an “in your face” classically trained clarinetist from Miami. She just happens to be a distant niece of the famed Austrian composer Franz Schubert, 219 years separate their births.
East Hartford based “Pratt & Whitney” and parent corporation United Technologies say they will invest billions over the next five years and promise to keep both the jet engine maker and Sikorsky in the state.
Wednesday workers who say they were ripped off by a New Haven deli owner spoke out. The Gourmet Heaven employees said some of them worked 60 to 70 hours a week and only made $400.
There’s backlash against the latest FDA approved chronic pain medication available to patients starting next month. It comes on the heels of the alarming rate of prescription drug deaths across the country and here at home.
Some turbulence for customers who have to book an emergency flight due to a death in the family. Those last minute passengers will no longer have an option to get a discount on those flights. American Airlines saying goodbye to its “bereavement fares”.
News 8 is digging for answers after the same Yale frat house has had a whole bunch of problems.
News 8 wanted to learn more about the youth explorer or cadet program and what goes into making sure the kids in that program are safe.
This time of year it is hard to avoid potholes, and sometimes you do not see them until it is too late. News 8’s Tina Detelj went to find answers about just how many potholes we are seeing.
We are still getting a lot of feedback about the incident at a Sterling school this week where a grandfather picked up the wrong child. Many of you have called in wondering how a 5-year-old ended up in the home of a complete stranger. Here’s tonight’s voice of the people.
Connecticut teachers overwhelmingly say they support the goals of the new, so-called “Common Core” testings standards. But a survey of teachers in the state’s largest teacher union concludes that the roll-out of the ‘Common Core’ has been botched.
There’s an update on the dog in Bridgeport that some worried was being abused because he was kept in an outside kennel, even in the below freezing temperatures.