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United Launches Seasonal San Francisco Flight From Bradley; Audio ExcerptUnited Airlines is launching seasonal non-stop service between Bradley International Airport and San Francisco. The service begins June 8 and will run through September 5, state officials announced Monday.
Tribes Select East Windsor For Casino; Audio ExcerptThe Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes have selected East Windsor for the site of what would be Connecticut’s third casino– at the former Showcase Cinemas site along Interstate 91 Hundreds turned out at East Windsor High School Saturday for a special board of selectmen meeting on the plans. After hearing from the public, selectmen unanimously approved a 20-page development agreement that paves the way for the project.
Special Elections Set For Tuesday To Fill 3 Legislative Seats; Audio ExcerptSpecial elections are being held to fill three Connecticut General Assembly seats vacated by sitting lawmakers who decided to take other state jobs. Elections are planned for Tuesday in the 2nd Senatorial District, 32nd Senatorial District and the 115th Assembly District. The special election could change control of the Senate, which currently has an even number of Republican and Democratic senators.
Medical Examiner: Overdose Deaths In Connecticut Up 25 Percent; Audio ExcerptConnecticut’s Chief Medical Examiner says 917 people died from accidental drug overdoses in 2016. The figure is a 25-percent increase from the 729 that died in 2015.
Missing 6-Year-Old, Suspect Found In Pennsylvania After Bridgeport Stabbings; Audio ExcerptA missing 6-year-old girl has been found in Pennsylvania, along her father, who is a suspect in the deadly Bridgeport stabbing of the child’s mother. Bridgeport police earlier issued an amber alert for a missing six-year-old girl. Police say Aylin Sofia Hernandez was reported missing Friday morning.
State Schools React To White House Reversing Transgender Bathroom Mandate; Audio ExcerptPresident Donald Trump’s administration on Wednesday reversed Obama-era policies requiring that public schools allow transgender students to use the bathroom that corresponds with their gender identity. It will now be up to states and school districts to interpret whether federal sex discrimination law applies to gender identity.