Monday, Sep 19, 2011

Hearings on Irene Response Begin Today

Hearings on Irene Response Begin Today

The state General Assembly on Monday will hold its first hearing about the state's readiness and response to Hurricane Irene. On Monday, a hearing will begin at 9:30 a.m.

Thursday, Sep 15, 2011

Pelosi to Visit East Haven FEMA Center

Pelosi to Visit East Haven FEMA Center

Nancy Pelosi will be making a stop in East Haven Friday. The Democratic Congresswoman from California and former Speaker of the House will be visiting one of two new FEMA centers to open in...

Thursday, Sep 15, 2011

Willimantic Forum on Irene's Impact

Willimantic Forum on Irene's Impact

Local towns are beginning to assess their response to Tropical Storm Irene. In Willimantic, two local lawmakers are holding a forum where local residents and businesses can talk about how the storm impacted...

Wednesday, Sep 14, 2011

Hearings on Irene Response Planned

Hearings on Irene Response Planned

Tropical Storm Irene caused damage across the state, toppling trees that closed roads and knocked out power. The storm left several people in the dark for an entire week and many were left with no...

Thursday, Sep 15, 2011

2 More FEMA Centers Open Today

2 More FEMA Centers Open Today

Two additional Federal Emergency Management Agency disaster recovery centers will opening on Thursday to help homeowners and businesses affected by Tropical Storm Irene. There are now 11 centers. The East...

Tuesday, Sep 13, 2011

Malloy Wants Tree Trimming Reviewed

Malloy Wants Tree Trimming Reviewed

Neighbors on Strickland Street in Glastonbury were stunned when Irene's wind gusts snapped a massive tree, taking down power lines and making the road impassable, but residential roads were not the only...

Friday, Sep 9, 2011

CL&P's Dilemma: How to Pay for Irene

CL&P's Dilemma: How to Pay for Irene

Northeast Utilities is trying to figure out to pay the $100 million tab related to restoring power after Tropical Storm Irene hit New England.

Thursday, Sep 8, 2011

Irene Will Cost CL&P $100M

Irene Will Cost CL&P $100M

At the height of Tropical Storm Irene, about 830,000 people had no power when the storm knocked down trees that pulled down power lines. Northeast Utilities, the parent company of Connecticut Light & Power...

Wednesday, Sep 7, 2011

Thieves Target Condemned Homes

Thieves Target Condemned Homes

They lost their homes to Tropical Storm Irene.  Now, six East Haven homeowners are victims again after criminals targeted their properties. Officers caught Robert Camposano and Frank Ianniello in the...

Wednesday, Sep 7, 2011

Is it IRS to the Rescue?

Is it IRS to the Rescue?

The Internal Revenue Service is providing tax relief to people in Connecticut still struggling in the days and weeks after Tropical Storm Irene.

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11-Year-Old Connecticut Girl Missing Since Friday Located

11-Year-Old Connecticut Girl Missing Since Friday Located

Meriden police are searching for an 11-year-old girl missing since Friday.

Hundreds Gather to Remember Madeline Guarraia

Hundreds Gather to Remember Madeline Guarraia

More than one-thousand people turned out at the East Lyme High School Sports Complex on Saturday to remember a little girl, her life, and her courage.

Bill Allowing Medical Marijuana for Kids Clears Senate

Bill Allowing Medical Marijuana for Kids Clears Senate

A bill that that would allow minors with certain debilitating conditions to use Connecticut's medical marijuana program has cleared its final legislative hurdle.

Register for #RunforToday

Register for #RunforToday

Register now for the March of Dimes and help NBC Connecticut's Kaitlyn McGrath #RunforToday.

Trump Leads Cruz in Crucial Indiana Primary

Trump Leads Cruz in Crucial Indiana Primary

Donald Trump holds a 15-point lead over Texas Sen. Ted Cruz in the potentially decisive May 3 presidential primary race in Indiana, according to results from a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist...

Train Car Leaking Chemicals After Derailment in DC

Train Car Leaking Chemicals After Derailment in DC

A CSX freight train derailed near a Metro stop in Washington, D.C., on Sunday morning, sending about 10 cars off the tracks and spilling hazardous material from one of them, emergency officials and the railroad...