- 1/26 Coach’s Show with Kevin Ollie 6-7pm
- 1/29 @ Cincinnati 7:30pm pregame/ 8pm tip
- 2/1 @ Houston 2:30pm pregame/ 3pm tip
- 2/3 Coach’s Show with Kevin Ollie 6-6:30pm
- 2/4 vs East Carolina 6:30pm pregame/ 7pm tip
- 1/27 Coach’s Show with Geno Auriemma 6-7pm
- 1/28 vs East Carolina 6:30pm pregame/ 7pm tip
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- 2/2 Coach’s Show with Geno Auriemma 6-7pm
- 2/3 vs Cincinnati 6:30pm prgame/ 7pm tip
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A state lawmaker is introducing legislation that would bar insurance companies from inquiring about or discriminating against a “bully breed” dog when issuing a homeowners’ insurance policy in Connecticut.
(CBS Connecticut) — A comment by Governor Malloy Wednesday suggesting that legislative Republicans jot down their ideas on the back of an envelope prompted the Republicans Thursday to send an invitation to the governor — […]
(Danbury, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – Governor Dannel Malloy continued to talk up his vision today for the state’s future in the area of transportation. The governor was in Danbury, pitching a proposal to widen Interstate 84 […]
By: Ike Ejiochi and Pat Eaton-Robb Associated Press NEWTOWN, Conn. (AP) Officials in Newtown voted Wednesday night to tear down the home where Adam Lanza lived before he carried out the 2012 massacre at Sandy […]
Newtown officials are considering a plan to tear down the home of the man responsible for the massacre of 26 people at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012.
(Hartford, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – Governor Dannel Malloy has tapped a permanent correction commissioner. Scott Semple has been the acting commissioner for the Department of Correction since the retirement last year of James Dzurenda. Semple has […]
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s budget office predicts Connecticut’s main spending account will end this fiscal year $120.9 million in deficit. In a letter sent Tuesday to Comptroller Kevin Lembo, the Office […]
State election officials want to better regulate the millions of dollars in outside money that have been pouring into Connecticut’s elections despite a voluntary, public campaign financing system that has been in place for nearly a decade.