Snow Storm to Hit Connecticut SaturdayConnecticut is bracing for its first snowfall of the season. A winter weather advisory is in effect beginning 4 am Saturday and ending 7 am Sunday for most of the state.
Make Like A Penguin: It's The Best Way To Walk On IceThe best way to ensure safety while walking on icy, slippery conditions is to walk like a penguin.
Travel Ban LiftedAs Connecticut continues to feel the effects of a major nor'easter, Governor Dannel Malloy is telling non-essential third-shift state employees to stay home Tuesday night.
Metro North Service Suspended At NoonMetro North is suspending service today due to the snow storm.
UConn Closes Campuses TuesdayAs a result of the impending snowstorm, UConn is announcing all of its campuses will be closed Tuesday.
Bus Service Being Suspended Due To StormPeople who took the bus this morning were urged to plan to leave as soon as possible before service ends.
Winter Storm Could Drop Foot Of Snow On Northeast USMuch of the northeastern U.S. is preparing for a winter storm that could bring a foot of snow or more to some areas.
7 In Critical Condition After Casino Bus Crash In SnowstormSeven people remain in critical condition following a charter bus crash that injured three dozen during Monday's snowstorm on Interstate 95 in Connecticut.
Bus Driver Was Merging In Snow Storm CrashIn a preliminary report, state police who responded to the crash say the driver told them he was merging from the left lane to the right lane when he lost control of the bus.
New England Mops Up As Snow Falls On East CoastA wind-driven winter storm that brought blizzard conditions to Cape Cod has fallen short of forecast snowfall totals, sparing the Northeast the widespread power outages that had been predicted.
Shoreline Cities Preparing For SnowstormOfficials are taking precautions for a weekend snowstorm in cities and towns along Connecticut's shore, which is expected to be the hardest hit part of the state.
Emergency Adjusters' Licenses Extended For BlizzardAfter Hurricane Sandy, the state Insurance Department issued emergency licenses to insurance claims adjusters. Department Consumer Affairs official Gerard O'Sullivan says the department is now extending those emergency licenses by 90-days, to help insurers deal with claims from the blizzard.