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Lotteries for Jan. 15, 2019

Lotteries

Published: 01/16/19

ROCKY HILL, Conn. (AP) -- These Connecticut lotteries were drawn Tuesday:  Cash 5 21-24-28-29-30 (twenty-one, twenty-four, twenty-eight, twenty-nine, thirty) Lotto 01-19-20-25-29-33 (one, nineteen, twenty,...

American among at least 15 killed as Al-Shabab extremists claim deadly attack on Nairobi hotel

Nation/World

Published: 01/16/19

Extremists stormed a luxury hotel in Kenya's capital on Tuesday, setting off thunderous explosions and gunning down people at cafe tables in an attack claimed by Africa's deadliest Islamic militant group. A police officer said at least 15 people had...

Boom! Chunk of Tappan Zee Bridge is demolished with explosives

Nation/World

Published: 01/16/19

A big chunk of the Tappan Zee Bridge went down in history — and the Hudson — on Tuesday after a detonation that thrilled onlookers who played hooky from work and school to watch the spectacle.

Trump economists knowledge shutdown is drag on economy

Politics

Published: 01/16/19

President Donald Trump has invited a bipartisan group of lawmakers known as the Problem Solvers caucus to talks, but it was far from clear the session would yield a breakthrough on the shutdown's 26th day.

House rebukes GOP's Steve King over racist remarks

Politics

Published: 01/16/19

A Democratic measure rebuking Republican Rep. Steve King for his comments about white supremacy won easy approval Tuesday in the House.

Hospital: Doctor gave near-death patients excessive pain meds

Nation/World

Published: 01/16/19

An intensive care doctor ordered "significantly excessive and potentially fatal" doses of pain medicine for at least 27 near-death patients in the past few years after families asked that lifesaving measures be stopped, an Ohio hospital system...

Your stars Jan. 16

Horoscopes

Published: 01/16/19

ARIES (March 21-April 19): Take care of business. If you fall short, someone will complain. Channel your energy instead of letting it fuel anger. What you accomplish will make you feel good and prompt you to relax later in the...

Teen lets her temper spoil fun with family and friends

Local News

Published: 01/16/19

DEAR ABBY: I'm a 15-year-old girl. I'm a fun person to be with, and I love spending time with my friends and family. But one thing sometimes ruins it. I have a bit of a temper and some anger problems. I'm wondering if you have...

Academic learning alone doesn't assure student success

Op-Ed

Published: 01/16/19

Inspirational examples from New London show the district’s creative, resourceful, and dedicated teachers exemplifying a whole-child approach.

On the Air

Sp Other Local

Published: 01/16/19

Basketball Noon, NBCSN — NCAA women: George Mason at Massachusetts. 6 p.m., CBSSN — NCAA men: St. Bonaventure at Rhode Island. 6:30 p.m., FS1 — NCAA men: Creighton at St. John's. 7 p.m.,...

The polar vortex has fractured, and the eastern U.S. faces a punishing winter

Nation/World

Published: 01/16/19

Weather models project the onset of a severe and punishing winter weather pattern in just over 10 days.

Historical society trying to ID ‘mystery ladies’

Local News

Published: 01/16/19

The Mystic Historical Society is looking for help identifying two women pictured in framed portraits from the Coogan family collection.

Administration calls back nearly 50,000 employees to work without pay

Nation/World

Published: 01/16/19

The Trump administration on Tuesday said it has called back tens of thousands of federal workers to fulfill key government tasks, including disbursing tax refunds, overseeing flight safety and inspecting the nation's food and drug supply, as it...

Kenny Hill comes home to Waterford

Video

Published: 01/16/19

Kenny Hill lived in Waterford for his middle school years, but moved to Providence at the start of high school. This year, he returns to Waterford as a senior, getting a chance to reunite with his middle school basketball teammates.

Remembrance of Things Past: More life lessons in the lunch line

Local News

Published: 01/16/19

Sometimes I think elementary schools had the right idea; feed them lunch and then send them out to play.

Middle-class growth sparks latest surge in CT tax receipts

State

Published: 01/16/19

A new report from fiscal analysts projects overall revenues this fiscal year will surpass budgeted expectations by $464 million — an improvement of $204 million from a rosy revised forecast issued in mid-November.

Sears staves off liquidation, stores to remain open

Local Business

Published: 01/16/19

The plan still must be approved by the bankruptcy judge in White Plains, New York, who is presiding over the court case.

Road trip: The Jayhawks, Sunday in Fairfield

Arts & Entertainment

Published: 01/16/19

Road trip tip The Jayhawks Sunday at The Warehouse, Fairfield The Jayhawks will always be included as one of the founding and iconic "alt-country" acts along with the likes of Uncle Tupelo and Son Volt. But over time, with...

Flock Theatre presents 'Animal Farm' in Mitchell College Red Barn

Arts & Entertainment

Published: 01/16/19

When Mitchell College announced a year ago that Flock Theatre was becoming the school’s first resident theater company, Flock’s Derron Wood talked about how the performing arts group was planning to stage “Animal Farm”...

Kaufman, Harris co-headline at Friday Night Folk

Arts & Entertainment

Published: 01/16/19

Folk music is typically uplifting and inspiring, having spontaneously evolved in melodic support during a variety of "tough" economic and/or social times. The way the world is today — on the count of three,...

Home state gal Caroline Jones brings C&W chops to Wolf Den Sunday

Arts & Entertainment

Published: 01/16/19

George Jones is from Poteet, Texas. Patsy Cline was born in Winchester, Virginia. Granite Falls, North Carolina is home to Eric Church, and Carrie Underwood's from Muskogee, Okla. The ol' country music and the south dynamic, right? Oh,...

A$AP Rocky performs Friday in Sun Arena

Arts & Entertainment

Published: 01/16/19

Sure, I might be of reasonably "mature" status — but this doesn't mean I'm not incredibly lit. ("Lit," by the way, is a current Young Person term for what earlier teens would have called "bad to the bone.") Consider...

Author Marie Benedict signs at Michael Jordan's Steakhouse

Arts & Entertainment

Published: 01/16/19

On paper, the idea of having an author event at Michael Jordan's Steakhouse is pretty irresistible. Unless you're the writer. "I'd love to" — (chomp, chomp) — "to, ah, read from or tell you how I came to write my latest...

Red Sox Winter Weekend returns to Foxwoods

Events

Published: 01/16/19

It's been 81 days since the Boston Red Sox won the World Series, and spring training draweth nigh. What could be more fun that to experience the Sox' fifth annual Winter Weekend at Foxwoods Resort Casino? From Friday through...

Movie tip: "Vice"

Movies

Published: 01/16/19

Movie tip Vice Adam McKay’s gonzo approach to moviemaking succeeded wonderfully in “The Big Short,” his take on the 2007 housing meltdown and financial crash. A similar gleefully unconventional approach,...