U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney is co-sponsoring a bill that would allow all patients with hospital stays three days or longer qualify for Medicare coverage for convalescent and nursing care. Under the current law, hundreds of thousands of American patients have been categorized as under "observation" status and their follow-on care has not been covered by Medicare.
Three families in Westbrook were left homeless in February when their apartment building was condemned by building officials in Westbrook. Read More
State legislators are proposing a bill that would hold dry cleaners accountable and make sure they contribute to a dried-up fund designed to remove hazardous chemicals from the ground. Read More
State legislators are considering a bill that would look into the way the public is notified of food-borne illness outbreaks in Connecticut, an issue that came to light following a Troubleshooters investigation last fall. Read More
Susan Wilber has seen just about everything in the 30 years she's lived on her Hamden cul-de-sac, but never this. Read More
Hartford firefighter Kevin Bell died in October after running low on air while battling a massive blaze and a federal investigation has found that a low-air alarm on his breathing tank failed a test after the fire, but Hartford... Read More
The designer drug, "Molly," is becoming more readily available on college campuses.
The designer drug that landed 11 Wesleyan University students in the hospital last month has been gaining popularity among young people. Read More
Critics of Hartford City Hall thought Saundra Kee Borges was gone, but she’s not. She has continued to work as a consultant for the downtown development and minor league baseball stadium project, according to city officials. Read More