Troubleshooters

  • Investigations

    May 19, 2014

    Experts Weigh In on Bounce House Safety

    Experts Weigh In on Bounce House Safety

    Experts say anyone renting bounce houses should be aware of a number of safety measures before allowing kids to climb in.

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  • Investigations

    Oct 8, 2014

    AT&T to Refund Customers for "Data Cramming" Charges

    AT&T to Refund Customers for

    All 50 states, along with the Federal Trade Commission and Federal Communication Commission, have reached a settlement with AT&T Mobility over allegations that the company charged customers for services for which they never signed...

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  • Investigations

    Oct 6, 2014

    Credit Agencies Signal Warning on Hartford Finances

    Credit Agencies Signal Warning on Hartford Finances

    Late Monday afternoon, the credit rating firm Standard & Poor's lowered its outlook for dozens of city bonds from "stable" to "negative."

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  • Investigations

    Oct 3, 2014

    Family Marks One Year Since Relative Killed at Capitol

    Family Marks One Year Since Relative Killed at Capitol

    Today marks one year since an attempted security breach at the White House ended up with a Connecticut woman losing her life.

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  • Investigations

    Oct 3, 2014

    Police Fire Enfield Officer Accused of Using Excessive Force

    Police Fire Enfield Officer Accused of Using Excessive Force

    Enfield police have fired an officer who was accused of using excessive force.

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  • Investigations

    Oct 2, 2014

    2 Suspects in Florida Roofing Scam Arrested in Connecticut

    2 Suspects in Florida Roofing Scam Arrested in Connecticut

    Milford, Connecticut police have arrested two people in connection with a roofing scam in Florida. The two men are accused of working with others to steal more than half-a-million dollars in insurance claims after storms hit,...

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  • Investigations

    Oct 2, 2014

    Credit Rating Agency Delivers Blow to Hartford

    Credit Rating Agency Delivers Blow to Hartford

    The city of Hartford was dealt a major financial blow today when a well-known credit rating agency lowered the city’s bond rating, which could make it more expensive to borrow money for projects, including the proposed minor league...

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  • Investigations

    Sep 25, 2014

    Questioning the Certifications of Your Personal Trainer

    Questioning the Certifications of Your Personal Trainer

    Some fitness enthusiasts wonder if health and fitness industry standards are high enough.

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  • Investigations

    Sep 24, 2014

    Donation Dilemma: Who Gets the Clothes You Donate?

    Donation Dilemma: Who Gets the Clothes You Donate?

    We all want to help the less fortunate, but did you know that when you drop off clothes at a roadside donation bin, they often don't make it to a charity? The NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters have learned that the salvage...

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  • Investigations

    Sep 23, 2014

    New Prescription Rules for Hydrocodone Set to Start in October

    New Prescription Rules for Hydrocodone Set to Start in October

    Supporters say it will help curb pain killer addiction, but some patients say it will leave them in pain.

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