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.
Blizzard Blamed For $1.8-million In Ag Building Damage In ConnecticutFederal officials estimate about $1.8-million worth of farm buildings were lost in Connecticut because of the blizzard.
Three Injured, Two Critical In Milford Pedestrian CrashThere were injuries in a crash involving pedestrians and a vehicle in Milford today.
Police Identify Man Who Died Clearing DrivewayShelton Police today released the name of a man who died while working to clear his driveway early Saturday morning.
Injuries In Crash Involving Family Members On FootThere were injuries in a crash involving pedestrians and a vehicle in Milford a short time ago.
Bradley Reopening Sunday MorningOfficials at Bradley International Airport say the facility will reopen Sunday morning.
Five Deaths Could Be Storm-RelatedGov. Dannel P. Malloy says five deaths in Connecticut apparently are related to the storm that dumped as much as 3 feet of snow on the state.
National Guard Helps Clear Roads After StormNational Guard troops joined state crews to clear Connecticut roads Saturday and rescue stranded motorists following a massive storm that dumped as much as 3 feet of snow, making travel nearly impossible even for emergency responders who found themselves stuck on highways.
Mohegan Sun: Bon Jovi Show Officially Postponedon Jovi concert has been rescheduled to Friday, October 25, 2013.
Man Dies Working On Driveway In SheltonShelton Police say a man plowing out his own driveway in Shelton died early this morning.
Travel Ban Starting At 4 pmThe governor has ordered a travel ban, closing roads in Connecticut starting at 4 pm.