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UConn Scientists Update Local Leaders on Crumbling Concrete Research
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UConn Scientists Update Local Leaders on Crumbling Concrete Research

The University of Connecticut offered on Thursday a sneak peek of a year’s worth of research on our state’s crumbling concrete crisis. Read More

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Tuesday, Nov 7, 2017
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Tuesday, Dec 3, 2019
Conn. Treasurer Introduces “Historic Gun Policy” for Investments, Financial Business

Conn. Treasurer Introduces “Historic Gun Policy” for Investments, Financial Business

State treasurer Shawn Wooden made a big statement, announcing a “responsible gun policy” for Connecticut’s pension investments and financial business, which includes selling off stocks of some gun manufacturers. Read More

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Tuesday, Dec 3, 2019
City of Stamford to File Lawsuit Against School Building Contractors

City of Stamford to File Lawsuit Against School Building Contractors

The City of Stamford and its Board of Education have announced intentions to file a civil lawsuit against two companies that the district said failed to maintain city schools. City officials said the failures created some expensive... Read More

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Tuesday, Nov 26, 2019
Former Shelter Manager Accused of Animal Cruelty Appears in Court

Former Shelter Manager Accused of Animal Cruelty Appears in Court

The former manager of a Wolcott animal rescue appeared in court for the first time since she was arrested earlier this month on dozens of charges, including seven counts of animal cruelty. Read More

Investigations
Tuesday, Nov 26, 2019
Whiting, CVH Still Come Up Short on Patient Care Reforms

Whiting, CVH Still Come Up Short on Patient Care Reforms

A report by a state non-profit said a number of unresolved issues remain at two state run psychiatric hospitals, one which has been the focus of a series of reports by NBC Connecticut Investigates. Read More

Investigations
Monday, Nov 25, 2019
Questions Of Faith: Exclusive Survey of Catholic Church Employees

Questions Of Faith: Exclusive Survey of Catholic Church Employees

NBC Owned Television Stations across the country conducted an anonymous survey of Catholic Church employees. The results provide a unique perspective on how Catholics in America are served by their dioceses, parishes, schools... Read More

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Monday, Nov 25, 2019
IRS Sheds Light on Tax Implications for Grants to Fix Crumbling Concrete

IRS Sheds Light on Tax Implications for Grants to Fix Crumbling Concrete

There is some good news for homeowners who are dealing with crumbling concrete basements, an issue that NBC Connecticut Investigates uncovered more than four years ago. Read More

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Thursday, Nov 21, 2019
Task Force Addresses Whiting Whistleblower Comments

Task Force Addresses Whiting Whistleblower Comments

An NBC Connecticut Investigates exclusive about a whistleblower at a state-run hospital has received attention from a state panel. Read More

Investigations
Tuesday, Nov 19, 2019
App Apprehension: What You Give Away Online Could Cost You

App Apprehension: What You Give Away Online Could Cost You

Experts are warning that some of those apps you download for harmless fun could be putting your information at risk. Read More

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  • FDA Plans to Track 'High Risk' Foods to Prevent Outbreaks

    After 67 cases of E. coli in 19 states, including some cases of kidney failure, have been tied to romaine lettuce out of California, the FDA has agreed to create a system to prevent future outbreaks. The latest outbreak comes...

  • Suspicious Companies May Be Exploiting Student Visa Program

    A months-long joint investigation between NBC Bay Area and NBC News found thousands of foreign students may have used false employment records at more than a dozen potential shell companies to illegally stay in the country...

  • Man Strips Naked Inside Senate Office Building

    A man entered a U.S. Senate office building on Tuesday afternoon and stripped fully nude, police say. The 26-year-old Capitol Hill resident fully disrobed inside the Russell Senate Office Building, a police affidavit obtained...

  • Insiders Accuse Charity of Cashing in on Sex Trafficking Concerns

    For years, nonprofit Saved in America has branded itself as one answer to the growing problem of minors caught in the underground industry of sex trafficking. Using former Navy SEALs and law enforcement volunteers, the...

  • How LA Could Get the Homeless Off Its Streets

    New York City has achieved what many once thought was impossible: getting most of its homeless population off the streets and under a roof. New York now has only 6% of its homeless living outside, compared to 75% still on...

  • Maryland Widow Suing State for Mix-Up Over Husband’s Remains

    A widow is suing Maryland state officials after receiving the wrong remains for her husband who had donated his body to science. In the lawsuit filed Monday in Baltimore, Carmen Keggins alleges the Maryland Department of...

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2019 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walks
2019 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walks
NBC Connecticut and Telemundo Connecticut are proud to join forces with the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk. This 5k walk raises funds for breast cancer research and treatment. Read more
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