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Officials Launch New Plastics Recycling ProgramSome 200 grocery and other stores across Connecticut are part of a program to recycle certain plastics-- ones that can't just be dropped into the blue, single-stream recycling bin.
Middletown Bridge Baby Death Case Going To Jury After Closing ArgumentsAfter closing arguments today, a jury will now decide the guilt or innocence of a Middletown man accused of throwing his infant son off the Arrigoni Bridge.
AAA: Vehicle Rust Damage Costs US Drivers $3B A YearA new AAA report estimates U.S. drivers pay about $3 billion a year to repair rust damage from road de-icers.
Salem Woman Charged In June Car CrashPlainfield police have arrested a Salem woman in connection with a two-car, head-on crash last June that injured a husband and wife.
School District Teams With Sandy Hook Mom To Teach EmpathyA Connecticut school district has teamed with the mother of a Sandy Hook school shooting victim to help teach children about empathy.
Connecticut Home Invasion Killer Seeks New TrialOne of two men serving a life sentence in the killing of a woman and her two daughters inside their Connecticut home a decade ago is asking the state's highest court for a new trial.

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Keidel: Where Should Tony Romo Go?While Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has many suitors, only the Broncos and Texans would really be a good fit.
5 MLB Old Faces in New PlacesThese five recognizable ball players are donning new uniforms this season...
5 Worst Trades in NBA HistoryDeMarcus Cousins' much-derided trade brings to light these other swaps that went down as the worst in league history (note: draft-day trades were excluded)
2017 NBA Second Half Preview - Eastern ConferenceWith the NBA season more than half over, Eastern Conference teams prepare for the playoffs or the draft.
Adams Layup In Last Seconds Leads Huskies Over Temple
No. 1 UConn Escapes Tulane With 101st Straight Win

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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."
Best Low Carb Dishes In ConnecticutAfter a holiday season of indulging in rich, starchy meals and sugary treats, you may be ready to clean up your diet. Start the New Year with a resolution to embrace healthy eating habits that include cutting back on carbohydrates to avoid unhealthy spikes in your blood sugar levels. This does not mean you must give up fine dining or flavor. While restaurant meals can sabotage your diet plans, there are healthy, low-carb options available. Check out these fine Connecticut restaurants for low-carb meals that satisfy.

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RAY DUNAWAY: 8 Essential Skills For Culture of AutonomyGet details on Lead More, Control Less' non-traditional approach to leadership and the eight essential skills for establishing a culture of autonomy, self-leadership, and for wearing "authority more lightly."
RAY DUNAWAY: An Argument Against The Mileage TaxSen Len Suzio make his argument to defund the mileage tax, plus a proposed tax for single-use carry out plastic and paper bags.
RAY DUNAWAY: Public Healthcare Forum PreviewThe forum will focus on healthcare and the Affordable Care Act. Learn more...
MONEY WISDOM: Social Security MythsJoel addresses some myths about Social Security that need to be put to rest, while also tackling the hotly-debated issues in the financial world.
COMPUTER TALK with TAB: Fake Support Scams & Firefox Update Issues.Google says real estate is the biggest market sector targeted by e-mail malware. Other sectors are also ranked. Bill Gates believes robots that take your job should pay taxes. Troubleshooting display issues, how to properly configure OpenDNS. Also hear Part 2 of how to deal with fake support scams.
VOICES OF RECOVERY: Incredible Journeys Toward RecoveryHosts Ann Baldwin, President and CEO of Baldwin Media and Phil Valentine, Executive Director of the Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery, speaks with guests Ray and Steve about their incredible journeys to recovery. To hear Ray & Steve’s individual stories, tune-in Sundays to Voices of Recovery!

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