Three little chicks made their first public appearance at Mystic Aquarium Tuesday.
Not only is it against federal law, it puts the seals in danger.
Modern wireless technology has made it easy to conduct business, keep in touch with family and friends, do your banking, and even make purchases while on the go.
Federal authorities have charged three more Florida men in the theft of about $80 million in prescription drugs from a warehouse in Connecticut in 2010.
It’s allergy season and things are not looking good for allergy sufferers. It’s especially true for people allergic to tree pollen.
Matthew J. Feiner from The Devil’s Gear Bike Shop talks about getting your bike ready for spring and the Rock to Rock Earth Day Ride.
Mike Webster from the Sustainable Farm School talks about sustainable foods and shows us how to make kale salad.
On Sunday, April 27th, hundreds from Greater New Haven will gather for March for Babies at Lighthouse Point Park to benefit the March of Dimes. Leading festivities will be the event’s Ambassadors, Nicole Barbarotta and her 10-year old son Tate.
A young man, who lost three limbs when he was a teenager, now swims and skis and he just ran a 5K race. He’s now touring Connecticut, talking about overcoming obstacles.
Police are investigating the death of an infant in Naugatuck, Tuesday.
The two-month-old baby girl, who was critically injured after police say was thrown into her bassinet by her father, has died.
A Connecticut inmate serving 56 years for felony murder has been sentenced to two more years in prison for slashing a deputy warden in the face with a sharpened toothbrush two years ago.
Clean ups, protests, and gatherings were held across the country for the first Earth Day observance in 1970.
Today is Earth Day, a day meant to bring attention to the steps we can all take to save our planet from pollution. Students at Quinnipiac University are recycling and trying to save the world one ‘dress’ at a time.
New London Mayor Daryl Justin Finizio has asked the state for help because the city is running out of cash and won’t be able to make its $1.7 million payroll this week.
The New York World’s Fair of 1964 introduced 51 million visitors to a range of technological innovations and predictions, some that turned out to be right on the money and others that, perhaps thankfully, were way off the mark.
You can just barely see them through the window of the No. 7 subway as it rattles into the elevated station in Corona, Queens: a gigantic steel sphere, two rocket ships, and towers that appear to be capped by flying saucers.