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Incident Involving Off-Duty State Troopers Under InvestigationTroopers reassigned to non-police duties
Tesla Makes Renewed Push To Sell Cars In ConnecticutElectric car-maker Tesla Motors is making another push to sell its vehicles directly to Connecticut consumers.
Malloy, Wyman Throw Support To National Popular Vote BillGov. Dannel P. Malloy and Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman are throwing support to 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.
Jury Convicts Middletown Man In Death Of Infant Son A Middletown man has been convicted of murder for killing his infant son by throwing the boy off a bridge.
March Madness: Tournament Watch 2/22/17A look at the possible tournament field and how each potential tournament team stacks up against one another.
Powerball Jackpot Tops $400 Million For First Time In MonthsThe Powerball jackpot has climbed above $400 million for the first time in nearly three months.

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Huskies Double-Up OwlsWin streak now 102 games
WWE: Why Naomi Will Reclaim The SmackDown Women’s TitleNaomi, the WWE's recently uncrowned women's SmackDown champion, has faced down adversity before... and will again.
2017 NBA Second Half Preview – Western ConferenceWith the NBA season more than half over, Western Conference teams prepare for the playoffs or the draft.
March Madness: Tournament Watch 2/22/17A look at the possible tournament field and how each potential tournament team stacks up against one another.
UConn Moves Forward With Plans For New Athletic FieldsUConn is moving forward with plans to build new athletic facilities for its soccer, baseball and softball teams.
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.

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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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SOUND OFF: The Canary In The First Amendment MineshaftJim is joined by Don Pesci, who explains Gov. Malloy's true stance on guns, and the sudden and dramatic downfall of Milo Yiannopoulos.
RAY DUNAWAY: Are Climate Models Warming Earth Too Quckly?Michael Bastach claims climate models are warming Earth two times faster than reality. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt told agency employees Tuesday he would lead the agency based on three broad principles: process, the rule of law and federalism.
RAY DUNAWAY: Putting People Before PensionsPresident of the Yankee Institute, Carol Platt Liebau talks the Yankee Institute's proposal of reforms that put people before pensions.
RAY DUNAWAY: Land Management's New FocusGraham Stevens, Director of Constituent Affairs and Land Management, is focused on open space preservation and acquisition of DEEP's green strategy... and less on the issue of tension between farmland/ woodland and solar fields.
RAY DUNAWAY: CREC Open House PreviewJeff Larsen, CREC Public Safety Academy and Robert McCain, Two Rivers Magnet High School (CREC), join Ray to talk about the open house at their schools.
Connecticut Business Spotlight February 22, 2017: Baronet CoffeeThis week's Connecticut Business Spotlight is Baronet Coffee. Hear the podcast, brought to you by Merritt Graphics – Big Color, Bold Solutions. Go to Merrittgraphics.com.

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