Ray Dunaway wakes Connecticut up with all the information you need to start your day. News at the top and bottom of each hour, sports at :15 and :45 past the hour, “Traffic & Weather Together on the 8’s” plus interviews with the people making the news each day. It’s the perfect way to start your day informed and entertained – Mornings with Ray Dunaway 5:30am – 9am.
Computer Talk with TAB host Erik Semmel looks at the changes made to Net Neutrality. Is this good or bad? How does it affect us?
State Comptroller Kevin Lembo talks the Anthem-Hartford agreement, the state budget, and net neutrality.
Sen Len Fasano, Senate Republican President Pro Tempore, looks at Gov. Malloy’s cuts to municipal aid. Legislators and local leaders are not happy with the decision.
DEEP Environmental Analyst Sherill Baldwin explains recycling. What is supposed to be thrown in the recycle bin and what should not be?
Chris Powell, managing editor of the Journal Inquirer, wants to know– Is there no room in prison for the state’s incorrigibles?
CBIA Economist Pete Gioia explains why the latest jobs report puts the focus on workforce development.
Betsy Gara, Executive Director of the Connecticut Council of Small Towns, says “It’s certainly frustrating for towns to hear that (towns) are facing additional cuts.” Learn more.
CFP® CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger explains why digital is set to power 2017 holiday sales.
Hartford Symphony Orchestra’s ‘December Dreams’ is performing at Belding Theater at The Bushnell December 8th-10th, and we want you to see the show.
The woman-owned business started in 1978 in a small shop will now command two buildings in 150,000 square feet of space in South Windsor.