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Lawmaker Wants State To Bail Out Amistad CreditorsA Connecticut lawmaker wants the state to bail out about 20 people and businesses in the state that are owed about $270,000 by a now-defunct organization that operated Connecticut's official flagship, the Amistad schooner.
FBI At Land Owned By Family In Homicide, Lost-At-Sea CaseThe FBI and other agencies have been at an abandoned New Hampshire property owned by the family of a man whose 2013 homicide remains unsolved.
43rd Annual Festival Of Trees Begins FridayStarting Friday, the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford celebrates the 43rd Annual Festival of Trees & Traditions.
Saint Francis Launches $15M Fundraising EffortSaint Francis Hospital and Medical Center has launched a $15 million fundraising effort to improve cancer care. The Hope and Healing campaign has already raised more than $10 million dollars in its "silent phase."
Veteran Lawmaker Boukus Dead At 73Democratic State Representative Betty Boukus, who spent 22 years in the legislature, has died.
Yale Committee Recommends Standards For College Name ChangeYale University's president has appointed a panel to consider whether to rename a residential college named for an ardent supporter of slavery.

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The Women's Beat with Bob Joyce: Some Thoughts Six Games InIt’s been a rock solid start for Geno Auriemma’s Team as they’ve played teams with so many different styles and for the most part handled them well. Has it always been pretty ? That would be no...
UConn Women Face Test Of 4 Ranked Teams In DecemberConnecticut coach Geno Auriemma didn't expect his young Huskies to be undefeated six games into the season and says he has no idea what to expect this month when they face four ranked teams.
Keidel: Why The Cowboys' Win Streak ContinuesThe Dallas Cowboys are the NFL's best team, thanks to a mature Prescott, a bulldozing Elliott and a stout offensive line.
Huskies Chill Blue DemonsWin streak now 81 games
Joe D & Gresh: Football Talk with Clark JudgeJoe D and Gresh have their weekly football talk with Clark Judge of Talk of Fame Radio.
Joe D & Gresh: FOX Sports' Stewart MandelJoe D and Gresh talk with Stewart Mandel of FOX Sports.


Tips For Staying Healthy During Your Holidays TravelFive helpful tips on helping you stay healthy during your holiday travels
5 Best European Ski ResortsStart planning your next ski vacation to one of the top European ski resorts
Best Restaurants In Connecticut Open On Christmas Day 2016Holiday celebrations and food go hand in hand. Who doesn’t look forward to Christmas dinner with family and friends? Yet, preparing a feast for a crowd is a lot of work. It takes planning and many trips to the grocery store. Hours are spent in the kitchen preparing the meal, and when it is done, there is a stack of dishes to wash and pots and pans to scrub.
Best Family-Friendly Holiday Events In ConnecticutFor children especially, it is a magical time, and across Connecticut there are many events celebrating the holidays, either in the traditions of old New England or in modern, 21st Century style. Here’s a roundup of some of the best Holiday events in Connecticut.
Best 24 Hour Diners In ConnecticutThese are the best diners in the state that provide great food and warm hospitality any time of day.
Best Black Wednesday Bars In ConnecticutThe night before the big Thanksgiving feast is one of the busiest nights of the year in America’s bars. Old friends, who have moved far from their roots, reunite for a drink or two while in town. Whether the holiday brings you to the Connecticut Shore or up North to the Massachusetts border, you’ll find the ideal place to meet with friends on this Top Spot list.

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The Women's Beat with Bob Joyce: Some Thoughts Six Games InIt’s been a rock solid start for Geno Auriemma’s Team as they’ve played teams with so many different styles and for the most part handled them well. Has it always been pretty ? That would be no...
RAY DUNAWAY: The 'War On Cops'Rachel Alexander, Senior Editor at The Stream, former Assistant Attorney General for Arizona, will discuss the burgeoning ‘War on Cops’ and what it means for the future of law enforcement.
RAY DUNAWAY: Does California's 'Cow Fart' Regulation Stink?Eric Boehm, reporter for Reason Magazine, writes about state government, pensions, licensing, regulations, civil liberties. California's New Cow Fart Regulations Totally Stink-- New law aims to reduce bovine flatulence, but will the cows obey?
RAY DUNAWAY: Are You Putting Your Best Job Seeking Foot Forward?A new survey from staffing firm Accountemps reveals the top mistakes job seekers are making in their resumes, as well as during their interviews. Learn more...
RAY DUNAWAY: Connecticut's S&P Global DowngradeSen. Len Fasano, Senate Minority Leader joined Ray to discuss S&P Global's decision late Wednesday to downgrade the state's outlook from stable to negative
SOUND OFF CONNECTICUT: Federal FumblesJim is joined by Sen James Landford, for a discussion on the newly released 'Federal Fumbles' report which looks at government waste.

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