FEMA Rescinds Temporary Housing For 36 Puerto Rican FamiliesThe families came to Connecticut after being displaced by Hurricane Maria
Connecticut Not On Amazon's Shortlist For HQ2Amazon narrowed its search for a second headquarters city Thursday to 20 locations, concentrated mostly in the East and the Midwest.
Headless Chickens Found In Connecticut CourtroomAuthorities in Connecticut are investigating the discovery of two decapitated chickens inside a courtroom.
Connecticut, New York File Lawsuit Seeking Federal Action On SmogThe attorneys general for Connecticut and New York have filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration in the latest multi-state effort to compel federal regulators to reduce smog blowing in from other states.
Police Body Camera Panel Hasn't Met Yet; NAACP UpsetA Connecticut task force on police body cameras that was created last year amid calls for more accountability in law enforcement has yet to meet because lawmakers have only appointed five of the 26 members.
Website Launched For New Passenger Rail ServiceA website is being launched for the new passenger rail service beginning in May.
Malloy Expected To Veto Medicare Assistance Fix LegislationConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is expected to veto a newly passed bill that restored funding for a program that helps more than 100,000 seniors pay for Medicare-related expenses.
State Officials 'Alarmed' By Flu ActivityConnecticut public health officials say they are "alarmed" by a recent uptick in influenza activity in the state, particularly among those age 65 and older.
Drone Footage, Graphics Part Of Connecticut Pitch To AmazonRecords show Connecticut communities hope drone footage, video greetings and promises of tax incentives and land may lure Amazon and its planned second headquarters.
States To US: Pass Along Utilities' Tax Savings To CustomersAttorneys general, consumer advocates and regulators in more than a dozen states are asking the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to ensure that utility customers also benefit from windfalls utilities will reap from corporate tax cuts included in the federal tax overhaul.
Influx Of Puerto Rico Students Strains School ResourcesAs families continue arriving from hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico, advocates are calling for more help meeting the needs of thousands of displaced people who have found shelter in Connecticut's biggest cities.
Frigid Temperatures Cause Water Main Breaks In ConnecticutCrews say repairs could take hours.

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