Riders Packed Into Metro-North Trains After FireOfficials say limited train service has been restored on Metro-North lines into and out of New York City's Grand Central Station hours after a raging fire broke out beneath elevated train tracks.
Mineral In Concrete Aggregate Blamed For Faulty FoundationsConnecticut officials say the first round of testing on crumbling home foundations in the state determined that a mineral found in concrete aggregate is to blame for their decay.
State Reports Increased Bear Attacks On Beehives, LivestockState officials say Connecticut has seen an increasing number of bear attacks on livestock and beehives.
Travel Warning Renewed After 4th Case of Zika in ConnecticutA fourth case of the Zika virus has been found in Connecticut and state officials are renewing travel warnings related to the disease.
Drug Drop Off Boxes Now At Each State Police BarracksAfter a successful campaign placing prescription drug drop boxes across Connecticut yielded 23,000 pounds of unused pills last year, 11 more boxes have been added.
Commuter Service Suspended After Accident In StratfordA pedestrian has been struck by a Metro-North train near the Stratford station.
Metro-North Train With No Passengers Derails In New CanaanOfficials say no injuries were reported after a Metro-North Railroad train carrying no passengers derailed in New Canaan and caused delays for up to an hour.
Potentially Hazardous Materials Removed From Waterford HomeBoth local and federal authorities are investigating after a group of potentially hazardous materials were found inside a Waterford home.
Police Sergeant Goes Undercover To Halt Distracted DrivingThe start of the statewide U-Text, U-Drive, U-Pay campaign to curb distracted driving along Connecticut's roads is underway and will continue through the end of the month.
DPW Employee Fired For Bypassing Safety Measures At Transfer Station Where Resident DiedOne New London Public Works employee has been fired and four others disciplined for violating safety procedures at the city transfer station.
Cop's Quick Action Prevents Railroad Tragedy- Norwalk's police chief is praising the actions of one of his officers, who managed to clear a traffic gridlock with seconds to spare, to move an SUV which was stopped within the gate area of a railroad crossing.
Make Sure The Gift You Buy The Child In Your Life Is Safe The 29th annual "Trouble in Toyland" report from the Connecticut Public Interest Research group finds dangerous and toxic toys remain on store shelves.

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