Programming NotesUConn Football * Due to contract restrictions games can’t be streamed at wtic.com.
- 9/4 The Coach’s Show with Bob Diaco 6-7pm
- 9/6 UConn vs Stony Brook 10:30am pregame/ 12pm kickoff
- 9/11 The Coach’s Show with Bob Diaco 6-7pm
- 9/13 UConn vs Boise State 10;30am pregame/ 12pm kickoff
- 9/8 @ Lions 6:10pm pregame/ 7:10pm kickoff
- 9/7 @ Miami 10am pregame/ 1pm kickoff
- 9/2 @ Yankees 6:20pm pregame/ 7:05pm first pitch
- 9/3 @ Yankees 6:20pm pregame/ 7:05pm first pitch
- 9/4 @ Yankees JIP 7pm / 7:05pm first pitch
- 9/5 vs Blue Jays 6:25pm pregame/ 7:10pm first pitch
Latest Connecticut Weather
After a dozen storms this winter, Connecticut is down to a single-storm supply of salt for highways.
The latest storm to roll off nature’s assembly line this bustling winter spread heavy snow and sleet along the Northeast corridor Thursday, while utility crews in the ice-encrusted South labored to restore power to hundreds of thousands of shivering residents.
Governor Malloy has ordered non-essential first-and-second shift state workers not to report to work today.
More than 200 cancellations were called in to the WTIC Storm Center Thursday as the East Coast snowstorm moved into the state. Governor Malloy scheduled an update from the Emergency Operations Center for 8:30 a.m.
Metro-North Railroad has reduced service due to the winter storm headed to the Northeast.
Governor Delays Thursday Workday For Non-Essential State Workers, Bars Tandem Trucks As Of 4:00 a.m.
Governor Dannel Malloy says state workers categorized as “non-essential” should delay their arrival at work on Thursday until 10:00 a.m. because of the approaching winter storm.
There may be a link between weather and the risk of suffering a stroke, say researchers who analyzed climate trends and hospital records on millions of Americans.
Connecticut Light & Power says crews who traveled to Pennsylvania and New York last week to help restore power after last week’s storm have completed work there and are returning to Connecticut
A climate scientist says ski resorts in the New England states of Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode island are not well poised to survive at the end of the century as the region sees warmer winters.