Ray Dunaway: Connecticut TollsToni Boucher, co-chair of Connecticut's transportation committee, discusses tolls in the state. Get the latest.
Ray Dunaway: Connecticut's Budget, Pensions and Debt...What to do?Keith Phaneuf, CTMirror.org state budget reporter, joins Ray live in studio. The state is in a budget mess, pensions are underfunded, the debt is growing. What needs to happen?
Ray Dunaway: "Marc The Edge" Comes to Hartford in AprilKandyce Aust, director of development with Over The Edge shares details about the "Marc The Edge" event in Hartford. Toss your Boss, Toss the Trainer, or Fling your Friend... anything goes! Fly solo or get into the team spirit. 100% of the funds you raise will benefit MARC’s programs for people with disabilities. Over the Edge (OTE) is known throughout the world for its signature rappelling fundraising events, and in April 2017 they're coming to Hartford!
RAY DUNAWAY: President Trump's Cabinet PicksDavid Lightman, veteran Congressional reporter with McClatchy Newspapers discusses President Trump's cabinet picks, which are being approved... but at a slow pace.
Ray Dunaway: Red Sox Prepare For Spring TrainingRed Sox team historian Gordon Edes talks about the team coming together, Chris Sale's big welcome and the team's preparations for Spring Training. On Saturday, single-game tickets for most Red Sox home games go on sale.
Let's Relieve Some Stress
An Observation
Childhood's End
Enough About ClownsEnough about clowns already! After all, there is an election coming up a mere weeks, and in an effort to create more support amongst Millennials (who at best are rather lukewarm in their enthusiasm for Hillary!) the campaign has decided to bring in the heavy guns to pump up the volume.
TerrorTerror. It’s everywhere. As we discussed here yesterday, the latest terror comes from clowns. Isis? Meh. Putin?
You Better Watch OutReports of “Killer Clowns” are all over the web lately. The stories tell of (mostly- if not exclusively) children who report being invited by mysterious Paglicaccis to join them in the woods, often offering cash. To this point there have been no confirmed reports of such events actually taking place, but it does make for a great story with which lead the 11 O’clock news.

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