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Hartford Drops Zoning Lawsuit Against 'Scarborough 11'; Audio ExcerptThe group of West End residents known as the "Scarborough 11" can stay in their home now that the city has pulled its enforcement threat against them, bringing the two-year zoning dispute closer to a resolution.
Labor Leader Out After Political Ad Flap; Audio ExcerptA top Connecticut labor union leader has resigned after a union-backed political group ran a campaign advertisement linking the survivor of a brutal home invasion to Donald Trump. The SEIU Connecticut State Council announced Thursday that Paul Filson has stepped down as executive director.
Power Outage Likely Caused Water Main Break: Mayor; Audio ExcerptMiddletown officials may never know for sure what caused Wednesday’s massive water main break in the area of Silvermine Road, but they believe it was likely caused by a power outage a week earlier.
Parole Denied For Killer Edward Boyle; Audio ExcerptConnecticut's Board of Pardons and Paroles Friday denied parole for convicted killer Edward Francis Boyle. Boyle was convicted in 1983 of killing Louisa Scott in 1980 and dumping her body in the Skungamaug River in Coventry. He was also convicted of sexually assaulting four women in Manchester between 1977 and 1980.
Pence On Wikileaks Revelation: 'American People Sick Of Pay-To-Play Politics'; Audio ExcerptRepublican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence responded to a Wikileaks report that raise more questions about alleged improper payments to the Clinton Foundation. A former aide reportedly called money paid to former President Bill Clinton, “Bill Clinton Inc.”
Connecticut To Receive Settlement Payment From Hyundai And Kia; Audio ExcerptConnecticut is expected to receive nearly $1.5 million as a part of a multi-state settlement with automakers Hyundai and Kia to settle claims that the companies allegedly misrepresented mileage and fuel economy ratings on some of their cars from 2011 to 2013.