Medical Errors Down In Connecticut Last YearThere was a slight decline in the number of medical errors reported by hospitals and other medical facilities in Connecticut last year when compared to 2014.
Massachusetts Police Arrest Naked Driver From ConnecticutPolice in Massachusetts have arrested a Connecticut man they say got out of his car naked and started jumping and dancing in the street after striking a curb and getting a flat.
Mass Pike Goes Cash-Free Friday. What It Means For Connecticut MotoristsCash is no longer king, at least on the Massachusetts Turnpike. Tolls on the highway go all electronic starting Friday, Oct. 28.
UCF Beats UConn 24-16The Knights made fourth-down stops on two late UConn drives and held on to beat the Huskies 24-16 on Saturday.
Connecticut Receives $1.6 Million Aerospace Training GrantConnecticut officials say the state has been awarded a $1.6 million federal grant to help fund an apprenticeship training program for aerospace manufacturing and maintenance workers.
Connecticut Officials Fear Medical School Grads LeavingConnecticut officials plan to look for ways to encourage new doctors to remain in the Constitution State.
Guilty Plea For Serial Bank RobberA Rhode Island man who robbed banks in Connecticut and in Massachusetts while on probation for an earlier bank robbery conviction has pleaded guilty.
Connecticut Has First Domestically Acquired Zika CaseThe victim had recently traveled to Florida
Legislature Approves Sikorsky DealThe State House and Senate have approved a $220 million agreement that will keep Sikorsky Aircraft in the state, producing a new line of heavy cargo helicopters for the U.S. military.
Sporting An Old Connecticut License Plate Could Cost YouIf your vehicle is sporting one of the blue-on-white-lettering license plates which Connecticut stopped issuing last century, beware, it's technically illegal.
Crime In Connecticut Continues To DropNew numbers from the FBI show crime in Connecticut continued to drop last year.
As Coyote Encounters Rise, Trappers Seek Permitting ChangesAs coyotes encroach more upon developed land, trappers who field requests for help from distressed homeowners are asking Connecticut officials to ease limits on permits needed to catch the animals.

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