Deer Rescued From Frozen Connecticut River Is EuthanizedA deer that was rescued from a frozen Connecticut river has been euthanized because it suffered severe injuries.
Rescuers Save Deer Trapped On Frozen Farmington RiverA deer has been rescued after being trapped for hours on a frozen river in Simsbury.
Police Warn Of Coyotes Attacking Dogs In DarienPolice in Darien are warning of aggressive coyotes, after two dogs in town were attacked by coyotes, and one was killed.
New Britain To Begin Buying Water Due To DroughtWith no appreciable rain in sight, New Britain is in the “water supply advisory” stage and will reportedly begin buying water from the Metropolitan District Commission on December 1, according to the city’s director of utilities.
Fall Boating Brings Additional PrecautionsMild temperatures this fall have boaters across Connecticut extending their seasons.
Moose On Loose At Bradley It's not everyday you see a moose traipsing through an airport parking lot.
Manatee Treated At Mystic Released Off Florida CoastA pregnant manatee rescued from the waters off Cape Cod in September has been released back into the wild off the coast of Florida.
Connecticut Officials To Conduct Drill To Simulate Ice StormConnecticut officials say they will conduct a two-day emergency preparedness drill designed to simulate a major ice storm.
Connecticut Abandons Review Of Gas Pipeline ProposalsConnecticut energy officials are abandoning a review of pipeline proposals to bring more natural gas into the state and the region.
State Officials Warn Of Increased Risk Of Forest FiresOfficials with the state's Department of Energy are warning residents about an increased risk of forest fires in Connecticut due to this year's drought.
Bristol Issues Mandatory Outdoor Water Use RestrictionsThe city is reportedly restricting outdoor water use including, but not limited to, watering lawns, using underground irrigation systems, and washing cars and houses.
New Haven Water Officials Ask Customers To Reduce Water UseWater officials in New Haven are asking neighbors and business in the region to reduce their water usage by 10 percent due to ongoing drought conditions.

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