Local News

Ballpark Developer Seeking $90M In Lawsuit Against CityThe former developers of Dunkin' Donuts Park today (-- Wednesday --) filed an update to their lawsuit against the city of Hartford seeking damages of more than $90-million.
Malloy Unveils Revised Juvenile Justice Reform PackagePreventing Connecticut's adult prisons from becoming crime schools for the young. Governor Dannel Malloy says that's the of objective of a revised juvenile justice reform package unveiled in Hartford Wednesday.
'Simple Bump' Led Aaron Hernandez To Kill 2, Prosecutor SaysThe murder trial of former NFL star Aaron Hernandez is underway in Boston.
Judge Releases Man Declared Insane After 2001 Fatal ShootingA Connecticut judge has freed a 64-year-old inmate who was found to be insane when he fatally shot a man in Salem 15 years ago.
Coalition Seeks State Education Funding StudyThe Connecticut Coalition for Justice in Education Funding today called on state lawmakers to authorize a year-long, $300,000 study to look at how much it would cost to properly educate all students in the state.

Crime

Malloy Unveils Revised Juvenile Justice Reform PackagePreventing Connecticut's adult prisons from becoming crime schools for the young. Governor Dannel Malloy says that's the of objective of a revised juvenile justice reform package unveiled in Hartford Wednesday.
'Simple Bump' Led Aaron Hernandez To Kill 2, Prosecutor SaysThe murder trial of former NFL star Aaron Hernandez is underway in Boston.
Suspect Sought In Gas Station StickupWest Hartford police are investigating a Tuesday early morning armed robbery at a gas station in town.
Man Gets Prison Term For Heroin Distribution In Man's DeathA Waterbury man has been sentenced to more than a year in federal prison after pleading guilty to heroin distribution in the death of another man last year.
Man Arrested Following Threatening Text MessagesMessages contained a selfie of the accused pointing what appears to be a gun at the camera
6 Years For Bank Robbery Suspect

Politics

Malloy Unveils Revised Juvenile Justice Reform PackagePreventing Connecticut's adult prisons from becoming crime schools for the young. Governor Dannel Malloy says that's the of objective of a revised juvenile justice reform package unveiled in Hartford Wednesday.
President Trump Addresses Joint Session Of CongressPresident called for a health care overhaul, more military spending and funding to upgrade crumbling infrastructure
Special Elections Maintain Evenly Split State SenateTwo State Senate and one House seat were contested
Homeowners With Crumbling Foundations Demand State HelpTown officials and homeowners from eastern Connecticut communities affected by failing foundations are urging state lawmakers to provide help now, saying there's no more time for studies of the problem.
Voters Go To Polls In Elections That Could Affect SenateVoters are going to the polls for special elections that could change control of Connecticut's state Senate.
Coalition Calls For Federal Probe Into Failing FoundationsThe The Connecticut Coalition Against Crumbling Basements is calling for a federal investigation into the failing foundations plaguing homeowners in Eastern Connecticut.

Business

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Low-Cost Norwegian Air Promises Bargain Flights To EuropeLow-cost carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle is promising cheap trans-Atlantic flights when it starts service to Europe this summer from Connecticut, and Rhode Island and New York's Hudson Valley.
Minority Business Association To Host Annual LuncheonIn honor of Black History Month, the Hartford Enterprise Zone Business Association will hold its annual luncheon to encourage minority business owners to speak directly to public officials and their peers.
UConn Health Fire Department To CloseFinancial pressures cited in the decision to disband
Bloomfield-based Cigna Rejects $48 Billion Anthem Takeover, Sues For DamagesCigna says it is rejecting Anthem's proposed $48 billion acquisition bid and suing the Blue Cross-Blue Shield insurer.
Health Insurance Merger RejectedJudge says the Cigna-Anthem merger would reduce competition, increase costs and diminish innovation

Regional News

College: Feces Swastika Found In Gender-Neutral BathroomOne of the top art schools in the U.S. is investigating after anti-Semitic graffiti made out of human waste was found in a gender-neutral bathroom.
Jury Selection Begins For Second Hernandez Murder TrialThe Bristol native and former New England Patriot charged in fatal shooting of two men in Boston in 2012
Fatal Skiing Accident At Mohawk Mountain
Storm Postpones Court Hearing On Final 38 Studios SettlementA court hearing on the final settlement in the state's lawsuit over the failure of former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling's video game company has been postponed due to a winter storm.
Winter Storm Could Drop Foot Of Snow On Northeast USMuch of the northeastern U.S. is preparing for a winter storm that could bring a foot of snow or more to some areas.
What the Fluff? An American Lunchbox Icon is Turning 100Fluff turns 100 this year.

CBS National News

Chicago had no snow in January or February, a first in 146 yearsThe National Weather Service says it didn't snow in Chicago in January or February, the first time that's happened in 146 years of official record-keeping.
Baltimore cops arrested on robbery, racketeering chargesBaltimore police spokesman says officers have been suspended without pay following arrests
Woman kills husband over burned casserole, texts photo of bodyThe Pennsylvania woman allegedly shot her husband in the forehead and texted a photo of the body to a friend
Univ. of Calif. releases details on employee sexual misconduct cases113 cases occurred between January 2013 to April 2016; 7 percent of cases involved "the touching of intimate body parts"

CBS World News

Sen. Rubio on Trump's call to invest $1 trillion on infrastructureIn his first address to a joint session of Congress, the president took aim at our "crumbling infrastructure," Obamacare, and more
Woman kills husband over burned casserole, texts photo of body
Univ. of Calif. releases details on employee sexual misconduct cases
Mysterious jellyfish spotted in ocean depths

CBS News Politics

Senate confirms Ryan Zinke for Department of the InteriorThe Montana Republican representative will be sworn in on Wednesday afternoon by Vice President Mike Pence
Ben Carson gains Senate approval, inches closer to confirmationThe Senate might vote on Thursday for Carson's nomination to head the Department of Housing and Urban Development
Oprah for president?Could the 2020 race for the White House be Trump v. Oprah?
Today in Trump: March 1, 2017Your daily guide to what's happening in the Trump administration

CBS Entertainment News

Legendary music exec Tommy Mottola talks "A Bronx Tale"Mottola, who's worked with countless artists including Celine Dion and Mariah Carey, said the Broadway musical is "near and dear" to him
Oprah for president?Could the 2020 race for the White House be Trump v. Oprah?
Casey Affleck opens up on backlash after Oscar win“There’s really nothing I can do about it, other than live my life the way I know I live it and to speak to what my own values are," he said.
Trump nemesis Rosie O'Donnell leads rally outside White HouseO'Donnell kicked things off by saying "look at this crowd of 1.8 million people," which she called "Donald Trump math: for a crowd that appeared to be about 200 people

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