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Ballpark Developer Seeking $90M In Lawsuit Against CityThe former developers of Dunkin' Donuts Park today (-- Wednesday --) filed an update to their lawsuit against the city of Hartford seeking damages of more than $90-million.
Malloy Unveils Revised Juvenile Justice Reform PackagePreventing Connecticut's adult prisons from becoming crime schools for the young. Governor Dannel Malloy says that's the of objective of a revised juvenile justice reform package unveiled in Hartford Wednesday.
'Simple Bump' Led Aaron Hernandez To Kill 2, Prosecutor SaysThe murder trial of former NFL star Aaron Hernandez is underway in Boston.
Judge Releases Man Declared Insane After 2001 Fatal ShootingA Connecticut judge has freed a 64-year-old inmate who was found to be insane when he fatally shot a man in Salem 15 years ago.
Coalition Seeks State Education Funding StudyThe Connecticut Coalition for Justice in Education Funding today called on state lawmakers to authorize a year-long, $300,000 study to look at how much it would cost to properly educate all students in the state.
Former CSP Spokesman Paul Vance RetiringConnecticut State Police Lieutenant Paul Vance, who was the face of the agency in the days after the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre over four years ago, is retiring.

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Ballpark Developer Seeking $90M In Lawsuit Against CityThe former developers of Dunkin' Donuts Park today (-- Wednesday --) filed an update to their lawsuit against the city of Hartford seeking damages of more than $90-million.
Danny Garcia: Thurman's 'Never Been In The Ring With A Guy Like Me'The challenger in Saturday's welterweight bout discusses preparing for Keith Thurman and his life in and out of the ring.
'Simple Bump' Led Aaron Hernandez To Kill 2, Prosecutor SaysThe murder trial of former NFL star Aaron Hernandez is underway in Boston.
5 MLB 2017 Breakout StarsThere are a handful of players that, with experience, should be ready to take the leap from either fringe- or average starter, and jump to stardom. As the 2017 regular season creeps closer, here are the likely candidates for that list:
March Madness: Tournament Watch 3/1The latest Tournament Watch closes out February and opens up March.
30 Players: Trade For Jose De Leon Should Pay Off Quickly For RaysThe Rays added one of the Dodgers top young arms via trade. He could make significant contributions to this year's team as they look to rebound from a tough season.

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Best Corned Beef And Cabbage In ConnecticutFor a perfect plate of the classic Irish dish on St. Patrick's Day - or any other time of year - visit these bars, restaurants and food trucks.
Best Places To See Indie Rock In ConnecticutConnecticut boasts a vibrant live music scene. You will find indie rock at venues throughout the river valley heading down to the shore. If you live to rock, but don’t have the patience, or funds, for over-hyped festivals, if generic pop music played in sporting arenas doesn’t excite you, check out these stages. Local favorites and new talents bring their own sounds to these intimate venues.
Best Bagels And Lox In ConnecticutConnecticut has its share of restaurants where you can get the chewy treat, bot flavored and plain, and topped with cured salmon (known as lox). The bagels and lox served at these state restaurants will have you coming back every morning.
How To Keep Your Family Safe From Foodborne IllnessWant to keep your family safe from foodborne illness? Try these tips from Dr. Hank Parker, author of "Containment."
Best Lingerie Boutiques In Connecticut For Valentine's Day Gifts
Reduce Pain With These Gluten-Free RecipesWant to start building a healthier you? Start today with these recipes from Dr. Peter Osborne, author of "No Grain, No Pain."

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SOUND OFF CT: Should Paul Ryan Step Down?Betsy McCaughey, senior fellow at the London Center for Policy Research, says that Speaker Paul Ryan should step down if he cannot pass an Obamacare repeal package.
RAY DUNAWAY: Do CT's Suburbs Exclude The Poor?Chris Powell, Managing Editor of the Journal Inquirer, says what Connecticut's suburbs do 'right' is mainly just excluding the poor.
RAY DUNAWAY: The Shopping Bag TaxPresident of The Connecticut Food Association Wayne Pesce looks at the proposed bag tax. Environmentalists and grocers are urging a 5-cent tax on plastic and paper shopping bags. And Gov. Malloy is seeking a budget boost in 10-cent deposits.
HEALTHY ROUNDS: Special Olympics CT Winter GamesDr. Alessi discusses the Special Olympics CT Winter Games with Ms. Debbie Horne.
This Morning With Ray Dunaway March 1, 2017Here's what's coming up this morning with Ray Dunaway.

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