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Congresswoman To Meet With LIHEAP FamiliesDeLauro to ask Congress to preserve federal low income heating assistance
Face Connecticut: Interview With Lt. Paul VanceAfter nearly 43 years with Connecticut State Police, including 16 years as an agency spokesman, Lieutenant Paul Vance retires at the end of the month. He sat down with WTIC's Face Connecticut for an exit interview.
Man Dead After Being Trapped By TreeA person has died after being trapped under a fallen tree in Canterbury, according to emergency dispatchers.
Toddler Taken To Hospital; May Have Been Hit By VehicleA 2-year-old was taken to a Rhode Island hospital after possibly being hit by a vehicle Saturday afternoon in South Killingly, said state police.
National Popular Vote Bill Still Alive, Awaits House ActionIt's now up to the House of Representatives to act on legislation that would require Connecticut to join a group of states wanting to pool their Electoral College votes for the presidential candidate who wins the popular vote.
Police: Drunk Man Shot, Arrested In HartfordA Windsor man is under arrest, accused of firing off shots early Saturday morning in Hartford's Parkville neighborhood.

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Huskies Advance To Elite EightNapheesa Collier had 27 points and 14 rebounds to help UConn beat UCLA 86-71 on Saturday, putting the Huskies in the Bridgeport Regional final.
UConn Football Coach Son's Job Questioned By Ethics PanelA state ethics office is questioning whether the son of University of Connecticut football coach Randy Edsall should be hired as the team's assistant coach.
Geno Auriemma Shows His Support For QuinnipiacCount Geno Auriemma as a big supporter of Connecticut's other Sweet 16 team, surprising Quinnipiac and coach Tricia Fabbri.
Keidel: Kaepernick Will Play In NFL This SeasonTalent trumps politics in the NFL, so Kaepernick, a better QB than the free agents already signed, will be on a roster soon.
30 Players: Lewis Brinson May Force His Way Onto Brewers In 2017The Brewers hope their top acquisition from last year can break out in 2017.
No, WWE Is Not Buying Ring Of HonorRing of Honor will not become part of WWE, according to informed sources, despite rumors on anniversary of WWE's WCW acquisition.

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Best Ravioli In ConnecticutThere is no shortage of Italian restaurants in Connecticut, and if you have a craving for stuffed pasta pockets, you will have no problem finding ravioli in most cities and towns across the state. Some offer a light ravioli — as light as pasta can be — filled with fresh cheeses and truffles: others offer pasta stuffed with seafood or meat covered with rich sauces. Our list includes high-end restaurants as well as casual cafes. One of these is sure to satisfy your need for ravioli.
Spring Break For Grown Ups: Top 5 DestinationsA look at five of the best spring break destinations in America that are perfectly suited for grownups
Best St. Patrick's Day Bars In ConnecticutAnybody craving classic Irish comfort food and refreshing drinks along with music and pleasant bartenders will find them at these pubs.
DIY St. Patrick's Day Party GuideCreate the perfect St. Patrick's Day party from scratch with these helpful hints!
5 Irish Cocktail RecipesLooking to make the perfect irish cocktail for St. Patrick's Day? Why not make five instead!

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Face Connecticut: Interview With Lt. Paul VanceAfter nearly 43 years with Connecticut State Police, including 16 years as an agency spokesman, Lieutenant Paul Vance retires at the end of the month. He sat down with WTIC's Face Connecticut for an exit interview.
RAY DUNAWAY: Protecting Houses of WorshipAlan Schissel and Jacquie Bainer join Ray to discuss Tracking Via Technology and Protecting Houses of Worship and Schools.
RAY DUNAWAY: How To Boost State RevenueMike Savino, Capitol Reporter of the Record-Journal, talks state revenue. From taxing shopping bags to licensing cats, several bills would boost state revenue. Savino runs down the list.
RAY DUNAWAY: Restaurant of the Week - Carbone'sGet a $100 gift card for fine dining at Carbone's for just $50! Get your deal here...
This Morning With Ray Dunaway March 24, 2017Here's what's coming up this morning with Ray Dunaway.
SOUND OFF: The Latest from the Bad News Russian BearPeter Brookes, Senior Fellow, National Security Affairs at the Davis Institute for National Security and Foreign Policy, The Heritage Foundation, joins Jim to discuss an op-ed in the Boston Herald.

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