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Ask A Connecticut Expert: Dressing For Work During The Summer Heat

When you need to dress for work during the summer heat, you need a plan. You must find a way to look professional but also be dressed to endure the heat outside and the air conditioning indoors. Here are some tips from local fashion expert Sevanne Ngamariju.


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Uconn Head Football Coach Bob Diaco Stops by WTIC

UConn Head Football Coach, Bob Diaco, is ready for the season.  He stopped by the WTIC Studios this morning to talk with Ray Dunaway. Here his interview with Ray below.


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Not So “Happy:” Iran Arrests Young People Who Danced

Police in Iran have arrested six young people and shown them on state television for posting a video online of them dancing to Pharrell Williams’ hit song “Happy.”


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Students Unhappy With Malloy School Aid Meeting

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ A group of students brought to the U.S. illegally as children say they’re unsatisfied after meeting with Connecticut Gov. Dannel P .Malloy about obtaining institutional financial aid. Six students met privately […]


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Wethersfield Police Investigate Death of Woman

WETHERSFILD, Conn. (AP) _ Wethersfield police are investigating the death of an elderly woman whose body was found in a house last week. Police Chief James Cetran says it’s unclear how long the woman had […]

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Music Professor Accused Of Child Sex Abuse Retires With $69K Annual Pension Before Getting Fired

A University of Connecticut music professor who faced being fired amid allegations of misconduct with students and child sexual abuse has retired with a nearly $69,000 annual pension, UConn officials said Wednesday.


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Governor Says He’ll Sign Law Clarifying That Horses Are Not Inherently Vicious

A new Connecticut law clarifies that horses are not inherently vicious, refuting two court decisions involving a horse in Milford that bit a child.


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DPH Confirms Third Case Of Measles In State

The Department of Public Health is confirming a third case of measles in Connecticut.


Secretary Of The State Denise Merrill On Supreme Court Decision

“I am deeply disappointed by the United State’s Supreme Court’s decision released today in McCutcheon v. FEC.  Following in the wake of Citizen’s United and other cases, McCutcheon further erodes safeguards Congress has put in […]