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Gregory Gray Reaction to Budget

Reaction of Gregory Gray,  President,  Connecticut State Colleges and Universities Governor Dannel Malloy’s budget proposal for the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU) is a tough one, and the Board of Regents for Higher Education […]


Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch’s Response

In response, Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch issued the following statement: “We thank Governor Malloy for continuing to help us make smart investments in Bridgeport’s future. In his budget, he maintains funding for the Park City […]


Senator Chris Murphy (Courtesy his office)

Murphy Wants States To Warn Parents About Risks Of Skipping Immunizations

Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy is proposing legislation that would encourage states to warn parents of the health risks from not immunizing their children.


File photo of an ambulance. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Connecticut Bill Seeks More Support For Patient Caregivers

People caring for a patient just released from the hospital would receive information and training under a bill being considered by lawmakers in Connecticut, the latest in a string of states considering such legislation to help reduce the number of costly readmissions.


Department of Revenue Services Commissioner Kevin Sullivan (WTIC's Michael Guerrera)

State Tax Refunds Delayed After Data Breach, Bogus Returns

Refunds for thousands of people will be delayed at least until the end of the day Monday.


(Courtesy New Hampshire lottery)

Bacon Lottery Ticket Off To Sizzling Start

New Hampshire’s $1 bacon-scented scratch-and-sniff lottery ticket went on sale earlier this month, and sales have been surprisingly strong.



71 Arrests For Defying Snow Travel Ban

State Police say 71 motorists have been issued $92 tickets for defying the state’s travel ban during the winter storm.


Tom Brady speaks during a press conference about Deflate Gate on Jan. 22, 2015. (credit: CBS Connecticut)

Brady: “I Didn’t Notice Any Difference”

Hear Tom Brady’s news conference from Foxborough.


Fire, debris mark the spot where a house apparently exploded in Stamford, Conn. on Sept. 17, 2013. (credit: CBS 2)

$5 Million Settlement In Fatal Christmas Fire

A contractor who accidentally caused a fire at a Connecticut home that killed three girls and two of their grandparents on Christmas morning in 2011 has agreed to settle part of a wrongful death lawsuit by paying the children’s father $5 million.



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