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Avoiding House Fire Risk While Cooking For ThanksgivingFire officials share tips on how to avoid a turkey fire. According to reports, Americans are three times more likely to set fire to their homes on Thanksgiving.
Governor Threatens Suit Over Sanctuary Cities FundingGovernor Malloy says withholding such money would violate the law
Governor Malloy Joins First Lady At Veterans' Homelessness SummitGovernor says Connecticut is a few months away from ending chronic homelessness among all citizens
Trump Appoints Priebus, Bannon To White House Posts
Coast Guard Pilot Honored For BraveryHelped rescue nine colleagues whose plane crashed in the Aleutian Islands more than 30 years ago
Clinton Wins Connecticut Vote For PresidentHillary Clinton has won Connecticut's vote for president.
UConn Provost Headed To MissouriAn announcement is scheduled Wednesday in Jefferson City , Missouri
Government Says Colder Weather Will Boost Winter Heating BillsResidents can expect to pay more to heat their homes this winter than they did last year.
Study: Connecticut Among Safest States For Gun ViolenceThe national report alleges that firearms-related deaths were “significantly” lower in states that had passed laws to ban assault weapons and require trigger locks or the safe storage of guns.
Hurricane Matthew Brushing North Florida CoastThe western eye wall of Hurricane Matthew is brushing the northern Florida coast. At 11 a.m. the center of the powerful Category 3 hurricane was about 35 miles east-northeast of Daytona Beach and 95 miles southeast of Jacksonville. A turn toward the north is expected Friday night or Saturday.
Lost Evidence, Misconduct Make Defending Cosby HardBill Cosby’s lawyers reportedly blame his arrest on sexual assault charges on “a perfect storm” of alleged mistakes by a federal judge and misconduct by an ambitious prosecutor and celebrity lawyer Gloria Allred.
Evacuations Ordered In Florida, South Carolina As Matthew NearsFlorida canceled classes along its Atlantic coastline and theme parks kept a watchful eye as Hurricane Matthew picked up speed heading to the East Coast. Further up the East Coast, South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley also announced plans starting Wednesday afternoon to evacuate a quarter million people, not counting tourists, from its vulnerable coastline.

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