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    Connecticut's economy struggled in the second quarter of 2022 -- here's why
    Heading into the summer months, the Connecticut economy lagged that of the rest of the Northeast and nation, according to new federal estimates, raising more questions ab...

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    A new lawsuit was filed Thursday in federal court by three gun owners, the Connecticut Citizens Defense League and the Second Amendment Foundation.
    Four years after his daughter was murdered at Sandy Hook Elementary School, and 3,000 miles away in a new home, Robbie Parker testified Thursday that the legion of denier...
    HARTFORD — The mother of one of the murdered Sandy Hook children described Wednesday how her life and her husband’s changed a decade ago when deniers of the school shooti...
    Once a state with some of the most pricey gasoline in the country, Connecticut is now seeing a decline in gas prices that is bringing the average per gallon cost down to ...

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    The University of Connecticut Board of Trustees appointed interim President Radenka Maric as the university’s 17th president in a unanimous vote Wednesday morning. Out of...
    In August, Andra Spencer’s father posted a picture of his daughter headed off to her first day of school. In the photo, the 15-year-old is smiling, wearing a blue top, ri...
    Gov. Ned Lamont had a 15-point lead over his Republican challenger, Bob Stefanowski, buoyed by a hugely favorable gender gap among women in a Western New England Universi...
    West Hartford ― Connecticut’s major party candidates for governor met Tuesday afternoon to debate for the first time since their final debate of the 2018 campaign. The re...
    Enlightenment School in Waterbury was evacuated due to an anonymous bomb threat Monday morning, according to the Waterbury Police Department. The school, an alternative l...

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    GREENWICH — A man described in a recent magazine article as "the Worst Boyfriend on the Upper East Side" based on a reported serial history of romance, fraud and theft is...
    PHOENIX (AP) — Long before he assembled one of the largest far-right anti-government militia groups in U.S. history, before his Oath Keepers stormed the U.S. Capitol on J...
    Recent rain has cut the Hartford area’s deficit, but the state’s drought warnings will remain in effect for at least another two weeks. Meteorologist Alan Dunham of the N...
    NEW YORK — Out of public safety concerns, Mayor Eric Adams’ administration is likely to surge more cops into the Bronx neighborhood where it plans to soon start housing h...
    Bob Stefanowski shifted from foot to foot on stage in Westport’s library, agitated at a fellow Republican, U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, for generating a f...
    BEVERLY, Mass. (AP) — A gray seal that wandered into a Massachusetts pond and evaded authorities’ attempts to capture him turned himself in Friday after waddling up to th...
    Stamford — City police are investigating threats made against staffers at Ferguson Library in the wake of the library's drag queen storytelling program earlier this month...
    New York City is establishing new triage centers in tents to handle the recent influx of migrants who are adding to already crowded shelters that have been strained for ...
    Right-wing broadcaster Alex Jones’ first day on the stand at his Sandy Hook defamation trial gave way to chaos and confusion Thursday with the conspiracy theorist calling...
    Providence, R.I. — A federal judge ruled Wednesday that Rhode Island’s truck tolling system must end within 48 hours, saying the program to fund repairs to the state’s br...