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Congresswoman To Meet With LIHEAP FamiliesDeLauro to ask Congress to preserve federal low income heating assistance
Face Connecticut: Interview With Lt. Paul VanceAfter nearly 43 years with Connecticut State Police, including 16 years as an agency spokesman, Lieutenant Paul Vance retires at the end of the month. He sat down with WTIC's Face Connecticut for an exit interview.
UCONN Men's Basketball Associate Head Coach Is LeavingGlen Miller, associate head coach of the UConn men’s basketball team under head coach Kevin Ollie for the past five seasons, is leaving his position with the program.
Man Dead After Being Trapped By TreeA person has died after being trapped under a fallen tree in Canterbury, according to emergency dispatchers.
Toddler Taken To Hospital; May Have Been Hit By VehicleA 2-year-old was taken to a Rhode Island hospital after possibly being hit by a vehicle Saturday afternoon in South Killingly, said state police.
National Popular Vote Bill Still Alive, Awaits House ActionIt's now up to the House of Representatives to act on 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.
Police: Drunk Man Shot, Arrested In HartfordA Windsor man is under arrest, accused of firing off shots early Saturday morning in Hartford's Parkville neighborhood.
Suburbs Challenge Magnet School Tuition In BridgeportA plan by Connecticut's biggest city to charge suburban districts $3,000 for every student attending city magnet schools is facing a challenge in court.
Police Find Apparent Pipe Bombs In NewtownNewtown police say the FBI has been called in to help investigate after two apparent pipe bombs were found Friday evening.
UConn Football Coach Son's Job Questioned By Ethics PanelA state ethics office is questioning whether the son of University of Connecticut football coach Randy Edsall should be hired as the team's assistant coach.
State High Court To Hear Disease Case ArgumentsThe Connecticut Supreme Court is set to hear arguments in a case that resulted in a $41.5 million award to the family of a private boarding school student who contracted a tick-born disease during a school trip to China.
Police: Road Rage Leads To ShootingManchester Police are investigating a case of apparent road rage that led to a shooting in town early this morning.

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