Apr 16, 2012

Gene Tweaking Could Revive Long-Gone Chestnut Tree

Gene Tweaking Could Revive Long-Gone Chestnut Tree

The American chestnut could get a new lease on life a century after a fungus killed it off, now that scientists have developed a genetically hardier version of the iconic tree.

Apr 16, 2012

World Powers Prep for Very Cold War in Arctic

World Powers Prep for Very Cold War in Arctic

The big debate by military powers isn't about whether global warming is real but about how its effects can be exploited in the Arctic for military maneuvers and shipping lanes.

Apr 13, 2012

Development in the Arctic Could Be Disastrous: Report

Development in the Arctic Could Be Disastrous: Report

Economic development in the Arctic — an industry that could garner $100 billion in investments in the coming years — comes with very high risks of environmental disaster like oil spills, a new British...

Apr 22, 2013

Earth Week Paper Shredding Event!

Earth Week Paper Shredding Event!

Join NBC Connecticut at a free paper shredding event on April 27!

Apr 12, 2012

States Where Green Jobs Are Going Greenbusters

States Where Green Jobs Are Going Greenbusters

The green economy often is cited as a key driver of the national economic recovery. At the very least, it is creating jobs. The total number of jobs related to green products and services in 2010 was...

Apr 12, 2012

US Sees Record for Warmest March -- and First Three Months of a Year

US Sees Record for Warmest March -- and First Three Months of a Year

The temperature analysis released by the U.S. government each month usually isn't all that riveting, but the one that came out Monday is a doozy -- and not just for weather wonks.

Apr 12, 2012

Extremely Rare Leopards Find Safe Spot in New Park

Extremely Rare Leopards Find Safe Spot in New Park

A new national park in Russia is an attempt to save the world's rarest cat, the Amur leopard.

Apr 12, 2012

Thousands Turn Out for Ecycling Drive

Thousands Turn Out for Ecycling Drive

Cars streamed into two locations as people turned in old electronic devices to be recycled Saturday.

Apr 25, 2011

Grand Canyon Skywalk Sparks Grand Fight

Grand Canyon Skywalk Sparks Grand Fight

Spectacular Skywalk is center of a legal battle between developer and tribe.

Apr 22, 2011

Co-Founder of Earth Day Killed, Composted Girlfriend

Co-Founder of Earth Day Killed, Composted Girlfriend

Ira Einhorn preached against Vietnam War and violence, but had dark side.

advertisement
Top Stories
Large Fire Damages Tobacco Barn, 5 Houses

Large Fire Damages Tobacco Barn, 5 Houses

The East Windsor Fire Department and firefighters from several nearby communities has been battling a large fire that has damaged a tobacco shed and nearby mobile homes and displaced five families.

Car Rolls Over on Prospect Street on the Hamden-New Haven Line

Car Rolls Over on Prospect Street on the Hamden-New Haven Line

Hamden police are asking drivers to avoid using Prospect Street on the Hamden-New Haven line because a car flipped over.

Police: No Hostages Found in Greenwich Home

Police: No Hostages Found in Greenwich Home

Police are at a home in Greewich after reports of a possible hostage situation.

Arrest Made in New Haven Teen Murder

Arrest Made in New Haven Teen Murder

New Haven police have arrested an 18-year-old man and charged him with the murder of another teen.

Suspects Sought in Multiple Burglaries Across Naugatuck Valley

Suspects Sought in Multiple Burglaries Across Naugatuck Valley

Police are looking for a couple of burglars after they were caught on camera breaking into a local business.

Assault Suspect Asked Victim to Use Her Phone: Cops

Assault Suspect Asked Victim to Use Her Phone: Cops

West Haven police have arrested the man accused of seriously assaulting a woman in her own home Wednesday afternoon.