Believe it or not, some people are excited about the frigid temperatures outside today. News 8′s Tina Detelj says that it is a great day to go ice fishing.
Earlier this week News 8 showed you a picture of a baby holding a gun and this sparked a lot of controversy. Many of you think it’s wrong, while a lot of you say it’s no big deal. Here’s tonight’s Voice of the People.
A healthy baby is what every parent wants. If researchers get FDA approval, it could be more of a reality for women who carry the gene for mitochondrial disease.
The new president of the Metro North railroad and his boss at the MTA finally had their day before state lawmakers Thursday.
New farms are cropping up all over Connecticut. The latest census shows the state is seeing a spike in farms and while the average age of a farmer is still in their late fifties, News 8 also found a younger group, that is taking to the fields.
The push to increase the minimum wage is one of the hot topics that people are talking about right now. News 8′s Tina Detelj has more on what the raise means to women in Connecticut.
There’s been an increase in drug overdoses here at home and it’s not just street drugs anymore. An EMS chief tells News 8 it’s the worst hes seen in decades, particularly among high school students.
A New Canaan man was arrested for making inappropriate comments to a group of minors in January.
The University of Connecticut has started disciplinary proceedings against music professor Robert Miller and the dean of the Fine Arts program.
President of the JD Byrider Branford Branch, Jeff Baker, talks about their new franchise store in the Branford/New Haven area.
Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center CEO Michael Taylor discusses the services provided by the center and its dual focus on quality of and access to care.
Culinary arts teacher Joanna Siciliano demonstrates how to make chocolate truffles.
Do you know what you need to know concerning your child’s safety from concussions in contact sports? Some state lawmakers say current law doesn’t go far enough to protect young kids from permanent injury.
A veterans group and Yale Law School students are accusing the U.S. Coast Guard of routinely violating its own procedures and regulations intended to protect service members from erroneous discharges for personality and adjustment disorders.
Police are asking for help identifying the suspects involved in four robberies at Nordstrom’s Rack in Farmington.
Police in Hartford are on the hunt for a 38-year-old man wanted in connection with a 2013 murder.
News 8 headlines from WTNH.com, Feb. 27, 2014
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