Flooding, Ice Prompt Haddam To Declare State Of EmergencyThe town of Haddam has declared a state of emergency due to ice jams and flooding along the Connecticut River.
Ice Jams Force Private School To Send Students HomeAs frozen floodwaters from ice jams on the Housatonic River continue to plague a section of Kent, a private high school that houses students from around the world has decided to send students home.
Municipalities Watching For FloodingIt could be a soggy next couple of days for some cities and towns across Connecticut.
Rain, Snowmelt Could Cause Flooding In New EnglandThe latest storm to hit New England is bringing the threat of flooding instead of snow.
Newtown Teens Find Healing In Disaster Relief Service
Some Flooded Streets, Power Outages As Heavy Rain Hits State Streets are flooded in parts of Connecticut and nearly 1,700 power outages are reported as heavy rain moves across southern New England.
Scientist: Climate Change, Rising Sea Levels Could Cause More Sandy-Level FloodingAn expert told CBS News that environmental shifts caused by climate change could lead to coastal flooding the likes of which was seen during Superstorm Sandy.
Rain Swamps Norwich"I wish I had a kayak!"
Larson & Local Officials Tour Pumping Station and Levees In HartfordOfficials took a look at the aging system of levees and pumping stations protecting Hartford and East Hartford from flooding on the Connecticut River.
Some Flooding Along ShorelineSome flooding has been reported in low-lying areas along the Connecticut shoreline due to a combination of rain and wind.
Opinion: Sandy Reminds Us Of The Need For FEMA And That Romney Would Shut It DownRomney was asked at a presidential debate whether FEMA should be shut down in light of the deficit. Romney replied that FEMA should "absolutely" be shut down. He was asked specifically if that included disaster relief. He replied that it was "immoral" to provide such relief in the face of "larger debts", emphasizing that "it makes no sense at all" to have such programs.
Flooding Hits BristolA Connecticut school has lost up to $60,000 worth of books in its library and elsewhere because of flooding caused by the remnants of Hurricane Irene.