Young Entrepreneur Breaks World Record For SlimeA Connecticut preteen and her team of volunteers have broken the Guinness World Record for the most amount of slime made at one time.
Daycare Operator Pleads No Contest To Baby's Benadryl ODA Connecticut woman who operated an unlicensed daycare out of her home has pleaded no contest to killing a 4-month-old boy by giving him an overdose of Benadryl.
Health Insurance Enrollment Fair Planned in FairfieldConnecticut's health insurance marketplace is holding an enrollment fair in Fairfield to sign up consumers looking to secure health insurance for 2018.
Records: Connecticut Offered To Buy GE's Fairfield CampusBefore General Electric announced in 2016 it was moving its headquarters from Connecticut to Boston, Connecticut officials offered to purchase GE's sprawling Fairfield campus so the company could move to a more urban area in state, possibly to Stamford.
Fire Damages Fairfield DealershipNo one was injured. the cause of the fire remains under investigation.
Teen Pronounced Dead After Being Pulled From PondPolice say a teenager has been pronounced dead after being pulled unresponsive from a Connecticut pond.
Large House Fire in FairfieldFirefighters are battling a large house fire on Old Post Road in Fairfield Saturday morning.
Authorities ID 2 Killed In Boating AccidentPolice say two men killed in a weekend boating accident were ejected from the power boat when it struck a break wall.
Police ID Man Struck, Killed By TrainPolice have identified a Connecticut man who was hit and killed by a train last week.
CT Strikeout Specialist Edges NJ In Little League World SeriesChris Cartnick hit four home runs and had 10 RBIs for New Jersey in its Mid-Atlantic regional tournament. Ethan Righter of Connecticut struck out 18 over 9 1/3 innings in the New England tournament. On Thursday, in the first inning of their first game at the Little League World Series, the two faced each other at a key moment.
Person Struck, Killed By Train In FairfieldA person has been struck and killed by a train in Fairfield.
Mother And Daughter Who Kicked Out Store Doors Face ChargesA Connecticut mother and her 12-year-old daughter have been charged after police say they kicked out a convenience store's glass doors because an employee who suspected them of stealing locked them inside.

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