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Physics students calculate velocity needed to beat speed camera by red shift: 119 million miles per hour

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Published: 11/01/14

If you want to reach a speed that will beat a ticket from the speed camera, you'll have to go about one-sixth the speed of light.

Adaptive headlights improve visibility on curvy roads, IIHS study finds

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Published: 11/01/14

Headlights that can adapt to a vehicle's other systems allow a driver to see objects about a third of a second before they would with conventional headlights, according to a study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

Improved fuel economy has resulted in societal benefits, traffic researchers say By Day Marketing

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Published: 11/01/14

Researchers at the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute say there have been major societal benefits from improvements to fuel economy in recent years, including a significant reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.

NICB: newer vehicle models are stolen less, recovered more

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Published: 11/01/14

Anti-theft features in new vehicles are making it less likely that these vehicles will be stolen and more likely that they'll be recovered, according to a report by the National Insurance Crime Bureau.

2015 Sonata marks a turnaround for Hyundai

Bus Auto Sponsored

Published: 11/01/14

Hyundai could easily take home a trophy for "best turnaround of a car brand" over the past 10 years.

Men, Baby Boomers are most likely to drive connected cars By Day Marketing

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Published: 11/01/14

Internet connectivity and other technological features in new vehicles don't just appeal to the young driver. According to a recent Nielsen poll, men over the age of 55 are the most likely to use a "connected" car.

Polling places for Nov. 4

Local News

Published: 11/01/14

Here is a list of polling places for Election Day, Nov. 4.

As he heals, Maynard deserves voter support

Letters

Published: 11/01/14

State Senator Andy Maynard is a familiar face in Hartford and in the eight towns he has ably represented since 2007.

Compare candidates, then select Formica

Letters

Published: 11/01/14

If you right it down on two columns, the choice is clear - Paul Formica.

Support Formica's no-tax hike pledge

Letters

Published: 11/01/14

The Day's cover story, "Heavyweights vie for state Senate," (October 12), featured Paul Formica and Betsy Ritter, the two candidates running for State Senate in the 20th District. The Day did an excellent job highlighting both candidate's strengths...

What recovery, Dan?

Letters

Published: 11/01/14

Governor Malloy says the economy is turning around and that it is a robust recovery. These are just words in an election year

Help military veterans, pick Hopkins-Cavanagh

Letters

Published: 11/01/14

Support our vets by bringing Joe, and his never ending support of Barack Obama, back home. Vote for Lori.\n

Hewett endorsement ignored troubling facts

Letters

Published: 11/01/14

Support Andrew Lockwood for State Representative.

Carney in House 23rd to protect our interests

Letters

Published: 11/01/14

I know Devin will be the representative who answers your email immediately, returns your call quickly or shows up on your doorstep due to a concern you have

NL school upgrades are a smart investment

Letters

Published: 11/01/14

I am writing this letter to implore my fellow New Londoners to vote 'Yes' on the school ballot initiatives!

Bumgardner will give the change we need

Letters

Published: 11/01/14

Aundre Bumgardner offers a welcome change and will restore sanity and fiscal responsibility to an arena where there is little.\n

Saturday cartoon - Nov. 1

Cartoons

Published: 11/01/14

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Huskies return home looking to snap their five-game skid

UConn Football

Published: 11/01/14

Over a month has passed since UConn football team played in front of a home crowd.

CIAC fall tournament pairings

High School

Published: 11/01/14

The following is a list of CIAC state tournament pairings for boys' and girls' soccer, field hockey and volleyball:

Kentucky is preseason No. 1; UConn men are 17th

UConn Men's Basketball

Published: 11/01/14

The story seems to be the same every season at Kentucky: Lose star players to the NBA, replace them with another group of one-and-doners, compete for a national championship. The Wildcats changed the script this season: This year, the...

Michigan AD Brandon resigns under pressure

Other Colleges

Published: 11/01/14

Dave Brandon took over Michigan's athletic department four years ago with so many of the right qualifications: success as a businessman, experience as a university regent - and he'd played football for Bo Schembechler, too. That football program is...

Federer is ousted by Raonic at Paris Masters

Pro Tennis

Published: 11/01/14

Milos Raonic perfectly timed his maiden win over Roger Federer. The seventh-seeded Raonic, who had never beaten the 17-Grand Slam champion in six previous meetings, hit 21 aces and lost only 15 points on his serve to complete a 7-6 (5), 7-5 win to...

Grove follows his heart and Indians reward him with victory

High School

Published: 11/01/14

Montville converts a key fourth down into a late touchdown and holds on for a 45-38 victory Killingly in the ECC Medium Division on Friday night.

Cromwell edges Old Lyme boys 2-1 in OT to win Shoreline soccer title

High School

Published: 11/01/14

Jared Grant's goal with 1:40 left in the first overtime lifed Cromwell to a 2-1 victory over Old Lyme in the Shoreline Conference boys' soccer tournament championship game on Friday night.

San Francisco celebrates in the rain

Pro Baseball

Published: 11/01/14

San Francisco became the Valley of the Giants for the third time in five years Friday as tens of thousands of people lined the streets for a confetti and rain-soaked parade honoring the city's World Series champions.