This is the first time Hillary Clinton has come to Storrs and despite the fact that a lot of University of Connecticut students have finals on their minds, it’s still drawing a lot of interest.
In a joint letter sent Wednesday to an English professor who openly criticized Republicans during a creative writing class on Monday, two Connecticut Republicans wrote that their constituents say prejudice against the GOP is part of “an oppressive intellectual climate” in academia.
Route 7 in New Milford has reopened after a reported explosive closed a section of the roadway Wednesday afternoon.
Howard Schwartz from the Better Business Bureau talks about how to avoid moving problems and scams from hired movers.
Food columnist and professor Stephen Fries and Barcelona Executive Chef Frank Proto talk about the Iron Chef Elm City event and cook up asparagus, beech mushrooms, shallots and a fried egg.
Dr. Jeffrey Goldblatt talks about vein health and how those with varicose and spider veins can have healthy legs they do not hide. Circulatory Centers can remove unsightly spider veins and painful varicose veins so women can love their legs again.
WTNH-TV has an immediate opening for a news producer.
An important issue is getting some extra attention this month. April is Child Abuse Prevention month, and some school and public officials are trying to reach out to children to help prevent more tragedies.
DEVELOPING STORY // A Westbrook man is facing multiple charges in connection with a telephoned threat against Yale University that turned out to be a hoax.
Hamden officials say they’ve imposed a one-year moratorium on new permits for off-campus college student housing because of loud partying, parking problems and other issues bothering local residents.
New London authorities are investigating a suspicious fire at the offices of The Day newspaper that forced an evacuation of the building. No one was injured.
28 construction workers died when the L’Ambiance plaza collapsed during construction, Apr. 23, 1987, in Bridgeport, CT.
An Ovation guitar factory in the western Connecticut hills that has produced instruments for music legends from Paul Simon to Cat Stevens to Glen Campbell will be closing after 47 years.
A New Jersey teenager has become an instant celebrity after landing a celebrity prom date, thanks to a sweet tweet.
You expect wildlife in, well, the wild. You don’t necessarily expect to see a wild turkey trotting around Connecticut’s largest city. We found one this morning.
Electric car owners will now be able to charge your car in the privacy of a residential community instead of in public.
News 8 Investigators // Connecticut has made drastic changes to the way it processes rape kits, which can be integral to solving sexual assault crimes. But are the issues being fixed?
Today marks the 27th anniversary of one of the worst construction accidents in the state’s history.