The weather was just beautiful Tuesday, finally feeling like spring. But that wasn’t the case on this day seventeen years ago.
There’s a new program for the increasing number of people addicted to opioids or painkillers and it’s having success in breaking the cycle of addiction.
The UConn Huskies have pulled off quite a special feat, both the men’s and women’s basketball teams are in the final four. It’s been a while since this has happened and fans can’t wait for the big games.
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On April Fools’ Day, the pranks go as far as the prankster wants to take them.
The General Assembly’s tax-writing committee is backing Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s proposed $55-per-person tax refund.
Former Governor John Rowland has been named in federal court as a conspirator in an illegal corruption investigation that has now resulted in two guilty pleas. Former 5th District Republican congressional candidate Lisa Wilson-Foley and her husband have pleaded guilty to conspiring with the former Governor to hide illegal campaign expenditures.
Connecticut officials are proposing legislation that would impose rules on electricity suppliers accused of rapidly raising prices and deceptive practices.
Kerri Powers performs her song, “Train in the Night,” and talks about her upcoming performance at Sandywoods Performing Arts Center in Rhode Island.
Julia Esposito stops by Connecticut Style to demonstrate how to ice and decorate some sweets for spring.
Emily and Ethan Bassey discuss their son’s struggle with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, a genetic disease that took his life eight months old, and the foundation they created in his honor called Hearts for Ezra.
Three people were arrested Tuesday, by the state police’s gangs unit in Bridgeport, on several drugs and weapons violations.
A jury in New London Tuesday found a man guilty in the 2009 shooting death of his new bride.
For many folks, this is the dream position: a little bit of anchoring, a little bit of reporting. But it’s a challenge.
Bridgeport Police warning about recent phone scams.
Cancer is a killer, claiming hundreds of thousands of lives in this nation every year. Tuesday at the state capitol, cancer survivors and volunteers joined forces calling on lawmakers to step-up funding to fight the disease.
A lot has changed after the Sandy Hook tragedy with a greater focus on safety in the classroom and a tightening of the state’s gun laws. Tuesday, one part of that legislation centered around long guns and ammunition goes into effect.
A Connecticut woman says she thought she caught a bug when she developed stomach pains but ended up giving birth to a 9-pound-3-ounce boy without having known she was pregnant.