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Sep 28, 2015 Share
Colleges Use Technology, New and Old, to Keep Students Safe

Colleges Use Technology, New and Old, to Keep Students Safe

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Sep 23, 2015 Share
Male Sex Slave Speaks: Says He Was Lured By 2 Firefighters as Teen

Male Sex Slave Speaks: Says He Was Lured By 2 Firefighters as Teen

For the first time, a man is speaking publicly about what he calls more than a decade of sexual torture at the hands of two former Connecticut firefighters. Read More

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Sep 22, 2015 Share
Crumbling Foundations: Homeowners Say Mottes Interview Raises More Questions

Crumbling Foundations: Homeowners Say Mottes Interview Raises More Questions

Affected homeowners respond to the NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters' exclusive interview with the company at the center of a state investigation into crumbling foundations. Read More

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Sep 22, 2015 Share
Missing Airport Security Badges

Missing Airport Security Badges

This month marks 14 years since 9/11, yet holes in airport security remain, including the disclosure that U.S. airports have lost track of hundreds of security badges. Read More

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Sep 21, 2015 Share
Crumbling Foundations: Concrete Company Tells Its Side

Crumbling Foundations: Concrete Company Tells Its Side

J.J. Mottes Company talks for the first time two months into the NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters' investigation into crumbling foundations in eastern Connecticut. Read More

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Sep 17, 2015 Share
State Audit Says DMV Has No 'Disaster Recovery' Plan

State Audit Says DMV Has No 'Disaster Recovery' Plan

Although the Department of Motor Vehicles has spent six years and $26 million on modernizing its computer system, the agency has no "disaster recovery" steps in place in the event of a major malfunction, according to a new... Read More

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Sep 16, 2015 Share
Synthetic Pot: What It's Made of and Why People Are Overdosing

Synthetic Pot: What It's Made of and Why People Are Overdosing

People may think synthetic marijuana is less harmful than the real thing, but police are warning that it's not, and some believe it's much more dangerous. Read More

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Sep 16, 2015 Share
Ashley Madison Investigation Ends in Hartford

Ashley Madison Investigation Ends in Hartford

Hartford auditors will not suggest city leaders block city server access to the Ashley Madison adultery website or other dating sites. Read More

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Sep 15, 2015 Share
Junk Yard Digs: How Your Personal Info Could Be Compromised

Junk Yard Digs: How Your Personal Info Could Be Compromised

You might think you're careful when it comes to protecting your personal information, but did you ever think the crumpled up paper in the back of your car could put you at risk? Read More

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Sep 15, 2015 Share
DMV Reflects on Computer Upgrade a Month After Launch

DMV Reflects on Computer Upgrade a Month After Launch

Officials with the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles said a new computer system rolled out during a major upgrade last month, which resulted in long lines and major frustrations, does work but needs some fine tuning. Read More

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