Friday, Nov 11, 2011

US Orders Alternate Routes For Controversial Oil Pipeline

US Orders Alternate Routes For Controversial Oil Pipeline

Friday, Nov 11, 2011

'Rock Snot' Invades Fish Hatchery

'Rock Snot' Invades Fish Hatchery

Monday, Nov 7, 2011

Churches Go Green, Switch to Solar Power

Churches Go Green, Switch to Solar Power

Sanctuaries are saving as much as 50 percent on energy bills by switching to solar power.

Friday, Apr 22, 2011

New Steam Engine May Revolutionize Transportation

New Steam Engine May Revolutionize Transportation

A company is testing a steam engine they say is compact, powerful and more efficient than a internal combustion engine.

Friday, Apr 22, 2011

Survey: Recession Changed US Energy Habits

Survey: Recession Changed US Energy Habits

As Americans tried to find ways to save money, energy use decreased, according to a new survey.

Wednesday, Apr 20, 2011

Teen's Prom Dress Weaved From Starburst Wrappers

Teen's Prom Dress Weaved From Starburst Wrappers

Tara Frey's outfit for the big dance took six years to make and is made almost entirely from candy wrappers.

Wednesday, Apr 20, 2011

"E-Cycling" Takes Care of Unwanted Gadgets

"E-Cycling" Takes Care of Unwanted Gadgets

If you want to get rid of an old TV, computer or other electronic device, there are better options than the landfill.

Tuesday, Apr 19, 2011

American Airlines Aims High With Recycling Program

American Airlines Aims High With Recycling Program

Windows, magazines, carpets, pillows and blankets and, of course, cans, are all targets of the company's effort to reuse and recycle.

Tuesday, Apr 19, 2011

Organic Farm Sprouts Up in Brooklyn

Organic Farm Sprouts Up in Brooklyn

"If you're going to have a sustainable city, you're going to have to go back to growing things as close to where people live as you possible can," says Bennet Wilson of Tenth Acre Farms.

Monday, Dec 6, 2010

Stop & Shop Fuel Cell

Stop & Shop Fuel Cell

The new Stop $ Shop in Torrington is using a 400-kilowatt fuel cell to generate power and heat.

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Fourth Case of Zika Confirmed in Connecticut

Fourth Case of Zika Confirmed in Connecticut

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More Judicial Branch Employees Laid Off Thursday

More Judicial Branch Employees Laid Off Thursday

More employees at the state Judicial Branch were laid off Thursday and others will get pink slips next week, according to a judicial spokesperson.

Dozens of Wheels Stolen Off Cars in Waterbury: Police

Dozens of Wheels Stolen Off Cars in Waterbury: Police

Police are trying to figure out who stole wheels from cars in Waterbury over the last several weeks.

Water Main Break Shuts Down Capitol Avenue in Hartford

Water Main Break Shuts Down Capitol Avenue in Hartford

A large water main break shut down Capitol Avenue in Hartford Thursday evening.

House Speaker Paul Ryan Declines to Back Donald Trump

House Speaker Paul Ryan Declines to Back Donald Trump

House Speaker Paul Ryan, the nation's highest-ranking elected Republican, says he's not ready to support Donald Trump as the party's nominee. Ryan's stunning announcement, on CNN Thursday afternoon, came after...

Mom Wants Tracking Device for Child With Down Syndrome

Mom Wants Tracking Device for Child With Down Syndrome

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