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RAY DUNAWAY: Protecting Houses of WorshipAlan Schissel and Jacquie Bainer join Ray to discuss Tracking Via Technology and Protecting Houses of Worship and Schools.
RAY DUNAWAY: How To Boost State RevenueMike Savino, Capitol Reporter of the Record-Journal, talks state revenue. From taxing shopping bags to licensing cats, several bills would boost state revenue. Savino runs down the list.
RAY DUNAWAY: Restaurant of the Week - Carbone'sGet a $100 gift card for fine dining at Carbone's for just $50! Get your deal here...
This Morning With Ray Dunaway March 24, 2017Here's what's coming up this morning with Ray Dunaway.
SOUND OFF: The Latest from the Bad News Russian BearPeter Brookes, Senior Fellow, National Security Affairs at the Davis Institute for National Security and Foreign Policy, The Heritage Foundation, joins Jim to discuss an op-ed in the Boston Herald.
RAY DUNAWAY: Is Pot Legalization All About CT's Money Issues?Carlos Reinoso Jr. says Wednesday's big legislative hearing on legalizing pot in Connecticut may have more to do with the state's huge money problems than with the issues surrounding marijuana use.
RAY DUNAWAY: Community Action Day PreviewPeter DeBiasi, President and CEO of the Access Community Action Agency, discusses Community Action Day at the LOB on Thursday, March 23rd.
RAY DUNAWAY: Rough Going For Big-Name RetailersIt’s been a rough going lately for lots of the big-name retailers like Sears... but given the state of Sears' balance sheet, Hill is honestly surprised they’ve held on as long as they have.
RAY DUNAWAY: How The Electricity Marketplace Works (And Doesn’t)John Kotek, Vice President for Policy Development and Public Affairs at the Nuclear Energy Institute, talks about the role of nuclear power in Connecticut and around the country and more.
RAY DUNAWAY: Inside The StartUp Bristol ProgramThe StartUp Bristol program takes one big obstacle off the table by evaluating promising ideas to win a chance at $100,000 to launch their new business.
RAY DUNAWAY: Bridget Oei', Youth Innovation & Leadership WinnerThis environmental chemistry honors student from Hebron stays in step, whether designing a better pacemaker, volunteering as a medical aide in Peru, or winning Irish Dance championships.
RAY DUNAWAY: Cyber Security and North KoreaA North Korean hacking group known as Lazarus was likely behind a recent cyber campaign targeting organizations in 31 countries, following high-profile attacks on Bangladesh Bank, Sony and South Korea, cyber security firm Symantec Corp said. Dr. Howard Stoffer weighs in on this story.
Ex-Priest Gets 9 Months In Prison In Guns-Explosives CaseA former Connecticut Roman Catholic priest has been sentenced to nine months in prison for helping a teenager buy thousands of rounds of handgun ammunition and giving him 2 pounds of explosives powder.
Nurse's Aide Charged With Killing Disabled UncleA Connecticut nurse's aide is accused of killing her 61-year-old disabled uncle and then propping him up in a chair with a lit cigarette between his fingers.
WTIC’s Closing Bell Stock Report: March 24, 2017See where the market closed today with WTIC’s Closing Bell Report, brought to you by Toomey Investment Management, Inc.
Geno Auriemma Shows His Support For QuinnipiacCount Geno Auriemma as a big supporter of Connecticut's other Sweet 16 team, surprising Quinnipiac and coach Tricia Fabbri.
Keidel: Kaepernick Will Play In NFL This SeasonTalent trumps politics in the NFL, so Kaepernick, a better QB than the free agents already signed, will be on a roster soon.
With State Help, Colt Purchasing West Hartford HeadquartersColt’s Manufacturing Company is purchasing its West Hartford headquarters and manufacturing facility, state officials announced Friday.
Joe D’s Notebook: After The Tulane GameIt was more of the same for the UConn football team in their season finale Saturday against Tulane. The only difference was it came against a team that came into the game with six straight losses, making the 38-13 drubbing by the Green Wave even tougher to swallow.
Joe D’s Notebook: The Temple RecapRight now, the Huskies world is anything but perfect.
Joe D's Notebook: The ECU Recaphat now? That’s the question many UConn football fans are asking after Saturday’s embarrassing 41-3 loss at East Carolina, an East Carolina team that had lost five straight. The fact the Pirates won shouldn’t be surprising despite their recent struggles. UConn entered the game just 2-12 on the road in the last three years. But it was the dominant way the Pirates won, that has many residents of Husky Nation shaking their head.
Joe D's Notebook: The USF Recaphe start of the second half of the football season for the UConn Huskies proved to be similar to much of the first half of the season. UConn was too inconsistent to be successful in a 42-27 loss to South Florida on Saturday night. It began in the first two series of the game. The Huskies took the opening kickoff and moved the ball to the Bulls 10 yard line when the drive stalled and they had to settle for a Bobby Puyol field goal. It was a game where UConn needed touchdowns, not field goals. Then it took USF
Joe D's Notebook: The Cincy Recaphe UConn Huskies picked the perfect time to play their best game of the season Saturday. Not perfect by any stretch but certainly good enough to beat Cincinnati 20-9 for the Huskies first AAC win of the season. There was a lot to like about this one, not the least of which was the performance of the defense in the second quarter. Three times the Bearcats had the ball in the red zone and three times UConn held them to field goals. It’s a lot easier to come back from 9-0 down rather than
Joe D's Notebook: The Houston RecapFor the better part of 12 ½ minutes on Thursday night, the UConn Huskies played the 6th ranked football team in the country dead even. The Huskies managed three first downs, held Houston to one and forced a three and an out on the Cougars second possession. But then reality kicked in. The reality that Greg Ward Jr is one of the best quarterbacks in the country and has a lot of weapons at his disposal. The Cougars scored on their next six possessions and steam rolled the Huskies 42-14 to avenge the only loss of the Tom Herman era.