One Arrested, Two Sought For Illegal Hunting In MeridenState Department of Environmental Protection EnCon Police have made one arrest and are looking for two other suspects in connection with illegal hunting at a park in Meriden last fall.
Invasive Aquatic Species Education This Weekend
High Risk of Forest Fires Today, Despite Weekend RainState officials are warning of a very high forest fire risk today.
Fishing Ban On Parts Of Farmington RiverParts of the Farmington River are off limts to fishing.
State Fire Crews To CaliforniaConnecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) says that a 20-person fire crew will be heading to California early Tuesday to assist in fighting wild fires in the northern part of that state.
Moose Killed On HighwayConnecticut's Department of Energy and Environmental Protection reports that a small female moose was struck and killed at around 4:30 a.m. Sunday morning on I-84 Eastbound between exits 31 in Bristol and 32 in Southington.
Middletown's Dooley Pond Dam To Be UpgradedConnecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy says the state will raise $2.1 million to boost the capacity of the Dooley Pond Dam in Middletown.
New DEEP Leader Clears A Confirmation HurdleGov. Dannel P. Malloy's newly appointed Department of Energy and Environmental Protection commissioner is moving closer toward being confirmed.
DEEP Urges Caution On IceConnecticut's Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is urging caution after two snowmobiles and an ATV fell through the ice this weekend at Candlewood Lake in New Fairfield.
Snowy Owls Making Connecticut Their Home
DEEP Offering Boat Launch Monitor Training
Conn. Drafts Regulations to Protect Snapping Turtle