News 8 headlines from WTNH.com, Feb. 21, 2014
A high school boys’ basketball coach in Enfield has resigned after being arrested in an alleged prostitution sting.
This week’s Pet of the Week is a puppy named Gina.
A lot of crazy winter weather hit Connecticut this week, so as you might expect we got a lot of winter photos in this week’s Report it Recap.
Two people are behind bars after being arrested on marijuana-related charges.
A drug deal involving teenagers in Glastonbury lead police back to their suspected suppliers, police said.
A Former Windsor Locks police sergeant fired from the force after he was put on trial in connection with a deadly crash could get his job back.
The weight of heavy, wet snow could cause some roofs to collapse. If you’re a homeowner, News 8′s Jeff Valin shares these tips to lessen the risk to your home.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is urging Connecticut property owners to clear their roofs of the snow that has piled up this winter to prevent potential collapses.
Yale Police are investigating a report of a sexual assault at a fraternity house.
The ASPCA is pushing a bill on Friday that would ban the sale of dogs bred in puppy mills located in Connecticut. News 8′s Kent Pierce has more.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is traveling to Washington D.C. for meetings with President Barack Obama and governors from across the country.
An East Hartford firefighter is now awaiting surgery after a freak accident. The firefighter was on a roof Thursday when he stepped on a skylight covered with snow and fell down two stories into a parking garage.
Connecticut lawmakers are reviewing a law passed last year that allow mixed martial arts events in the state.
We’re halfway through the parking ban in the city of New Haven but plenty of you still have something to say about how the city is plowing. And we’ve gotten a lot of reaction about the less-than-perfect conditions at the VA hospital in West Haven. That’s just some of the topics in tonight’s voice of the people.
When it comes to losing weight, you may want to give your insurance company a call. More and more of them are covering weight loss services.
Going through security at airports won’t be getting any quicker any time soon. The Department of Homeland Security has issued a new alert warning that there is still a threat of shoe bombs or other explosives on airplanes.
It is dangerous to not clear off heavy snow, but in Massachusetts Thursday it proved deadly.