Oct 13, 2010

Candidate Uses Calhoun Confrontation in Campaign Ad

Candidate Uses Calhoun Confrontation in Campaign Ad

In 2009, Ken Krayeske got into a public clash with UConn basketball coach Jim Calhoun about the coach’s $1.6 million salary. Now, Krayeske is running as a Green Party candidate for Congress and he’s...

Oct 14, 2010

Casting McMahon from Rich to Regular

Casting McMahon from Rich to Regular

Wearing a business suit and a friendly smile, political newcomer Linda McMahon easily sells herself as an entrepreneur who can relate to store owners in a Hispanic business district -- thanks, in part, to...

Oct 14, 2010

Candidates Throw Barbs in 3rd U.S. Senate Debate

Candidates Throw Barbs in 3rd U.S. Senate Debate

The candidates squared off again Tuesday night in New London

Oct 14, 2010

Democrat Supporting McMahon Targeted

Democrat Supporting McMahon Targeted

It’s the season of egg throwing with Halloween right around the corner. At least that’s what New Haven Alderman Darnell Goldson thought when he saw his front door covered in egg yolks. That is until

Oct 12, 2010

Deadline to Register to Vote is Fast Approaching

Deadline to Register to Vote is Fast Approaching

Election Day may be three weeks a way, but the opportunity for many to have a say in the outcome is fast approaching.

Oct 13, 2010

AG Candidates Spar Over Vision

AG Candidates Spar Over Vision

The next four years in the Connecticut attorney general's office will not be like the last 20, the major-party candidates for the position said Monday. The office's focus after Democrat Richard...

Oct 14, 2010

Tonight’s the Night for Another Senate Smackdown

Tonight’s the Night for Another Senate Smackdown

The state Senate candidates are facing off in a third televised debate. The latest matchup between Republican former wrestling executive Linda McMahon and Democrat Attorney General Richard Blumenthal,...

Oct 13, 2010

Candidates Debate the Issues This Week

Candidates Debate the Issues This Week

The candidates for Connecticut Attorney General will face off in their second debate tonight.

Oct 13, 2010

Incumbents DeLauro, Courney Have Big Leads: Poll

Incumbents DeLauro, Courney Have Big Leads: Poll

The races for U.S. Senate and governor could go either way, but a new poll says Democratic U.S. Representatives Rosa DeLauro and Joe Courtney have some breathing room. DeLauro has 58.1 percent to...

Oct 7, 2010

5th District Race

5th District Race

The race for the 5th district seat heats up

Top Stories
Man Gambles Away Grieving Families’ Gravestone Money

Man Gambles Away Grieving Families’ Gravestone Money

A Newington man is accused of stealing thousands of dollars from grieving families and never delivering the headstones they ordered and paid for.

Wesleyan Student's Anti-Sex Assault Video Goes Viral

Wesleyan Student's Anti-Sex Assault Video Goes Viral

Women are never “asking for it” – that’s the point one student at Wesleyan University is raising in a viral video designed to spread awareness of sexual assault.

Parents Fume Over Fight at Plainfield Football Game

Parents Fume Over Fight at Plainfield Football Game

Parents are outraged in the wake of a brawl between fans and players at a high school football game in Plainfield on Friday night.

Security Breach May Affect 3 Shoreline Restaurants

Security Breach May Affect 3 Shoreline Restaurants

Credit and debit cards used at three shoreline restaurants between June and August may have been compromised, according to Signature Systems, the point-of-sale vendor for the group.

What You Need to Know: How the Ebola Virus Is Spread

What You Need to Know: How the Ebola Virus Is Spread

The first confirmed case of Ebola in the United States immediately sparked concerns about who may have been exposed, and helped shed light on how the potentially deadly virus is, and isn't,

CDC Confirms 1st U.S. Ebola Case: "We Will Stop It Here"

CDC Confirms 1st U.S. Ebola Case: "We Will Stop It Here"

The first case of the Ebola virus diagnosed in the United States has been confirmed in Dallas, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed Tuesday. A spokesperson for Texas Health...