Troubleshooters

  • Investigations

    Feb 24, 2015

    Create Your Own Free Home Surveillance System

    Create Your Own Free Home Surveillance System

    Used cellphones and tablets often sell for pennies on the dollar, but what some people may not know is that their old devices can be used as home surveillance cameras.

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  • Investigations

    Feb 23, 2015

    Can Carcinogens in Artificial Turf Harm Athletes?

    Can Carcinogens in Artificial Turf Harm Athletes?

    Concern is mounting over chemicals found in artificial turf playing fields, which contain a chemical that is believed to cause cancer.

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  • Investigations

    Feb 19, 2015

    Young Entrepreneurs Back in Business After Lawsuit

    Young Entrepreneurs Back in Business After Lawsuit

    In the wake of a trademark battle with a major corporation, a local company founded by two Watertown girls and their father has been reborn under a new name.

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  • Investigations

    Feb 18, 2015

    The Junkyard Next Door

    The Junkyard Next Door

    Sheetrock, wood and old heating registers are just some of the items pulled from a Torrington house and thrown in the yard, causing concerns among neighbors and sparking tow fires in October.

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  • Investigations

    Feb 17, 2015

    How Your Personal Info Could End Up Online

    How Your Personal Info Could End Up Online

    The world wide web has ensnared details about all of us, including voting records that publicize personal information that many of us consider to be private.

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  • Investigations

    Feb 16, 2015

    Sketchy Debt Collections: Watch Out or Pay Up

    Sketchy Debt Collections: Watch Out or Pay Up

    Have you ever gotten a call from a debt collector? It could happen whether you actually owe money or not, because some businesses try to scare people into paying up.

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  • Investigations

    Feb 16, 2015

    What Do Your Devices Know About You?

    What Do Your Devices Know About You?

    The Troubleshooters investigate what our computers can see, hear and sell to advertisers

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  • Investigations

    Feb 13, 2015

    Vaccination Debate

    Vaccination Debate

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  • Investigations

    Feb 12, 2015

    Food-Borne Illness: Is the Public in the Dark?

    Food-Borne Illness: Is the Public in the Dark?

    A state legislator told the NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters it may be time for a change after seeing our reports on what some call a lack of information shared about food-borne illness outbreaks at restaurants.

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  • Investigations

    Feb 11, 2015

    Police Warming to Body Cameras

    Police Warming to Body Cameras

    With protests raging from coast to coast following the decisions by grand juries in Missouri and New York not to indict police officers accused of killing unarmed men, communities big and small turned their attention to improving...

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