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Thursday, Sep 26, 2019
Take a Tour of Some of Connecticut's Tiny Homes

Take a Tour of Some of Connecticut's Tiny Homes

Could you live comfortably in a 300 square foot space? More people in Connecticut are deciding that they want to be living in a tiny home. Read More

Investigations
Wednesday, Sep 25, 2019
Text to 911: How Often It's Being Used

Text to 911: How Often It's Being Used

Connecticut started with Text to 911 service just over a year ago, and officials say while there have been some growing pains, the new technology has already helped victims reach out for life-saving help in dangerous situations. Read More

Investigations
Tuesday, Sep 24, 2019
Sleepless in Connecticut? How Where You Live Can Affect How You Sleep

Sleepless in Connecticut? How Where You Live Can Affect How You Sleep

Getting a good night's rest has a lot to do with where in Connecticut you live. NBC Connecticut Investigates is looking into what is keeping some people up at night and if there is anything that can be done about it. Read More

Investigations
Thursday, Sep 19, 2019
Hartford Auditors Explain Solutions to Insurance Fraud, Time Card Concerns

Hartford Auditors Explain Solutions to Insurance Fraud, Time Card Concerns

Hartford auditors provided updates Wednesday on a pair of issues involving city employees, including healthcare fraud and concerns about city council aides and time sheets. Read More

Investigations
Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019
Bond Commission Releases Next $20 Million to Homeowners With Crumbling Basements

Bond Commission Releases Next $20 Million to Homeowners With Crumbling Basements

The Connecticut Bond Commission has agreed to release the next $20 million in funding to assist people in north central and eastern Connecticut with defective concrete basements. Read More

Investigations
Thursday, Sep 12, 2019
More Animal Cruelty Charges For People Running Bloomfield Butcher Shop

More Animal Cruelty Charges For People Running Bloomfield Butcher Shop

Police have added several additional criminal charges in the wake of a public cow slaughter in Bloomfield on July 13. Read More

Investigations
Tuesday, Sep 10, 2019
The Cost of Teaching Part 2: Teacher Pay and Additional Jobs

The Cost of Teaching Part 2: Teacher Pay and Additional Jobs

Connecticut teachers give so much of their time and their energy to their students, but hundreds of local educators told NBC Connecticut Investigates that they are giving a lot of their own money, too. Read More

Investigations
Tuesday, Sep 10, 2019
Bond Commission to Consider Additional $20 Million for Crumbling Foundation Fund

Bond Commission to Consider Additional $20 Million for Crumbling Foundation Fund

The state program that provides assistance to homeowners whose concrete foundations are crumbling could be getting get another $20 million, but it would come a few months behind schedule. Read More

Investigations
Monday, Apr 30, 2018
NBC CT Investigates: At a Price! Investigation

NBC CT Investigates: At a Price! Investigation

NBC Connecticut Investigates takes a look at the high cost of local town living in Connecticut, in a multi-part series “At a Price?” See our full coverage here. Read More

Investigations
Monday, Sep 9, 2019
The Cost of Teaching Part 1: Teacher Spending and Supplies

The Cost of Teaching Part 1: Teacher Spending and Supplies

Connecticut teachers give so much of their time and their energy to their students, but hundreds of local educators told NBC Connecticut Investigates that they are giving a lot of their own money, too. How much is too much? Read More

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  • An Old Pipe Caused a Massive Blast. Then Came the Acid Leak

    Thousands of pounds of deadly hydrofluoric acid escaped into the atmosphere following the massive June 21 blast at the now-shuttered gas refinery in South Philadelphia, according to a new federal report.

  • California Regulator Orders PG&E to Fix Power Shutoff Plan

    The head of California's Public Utilities Commission on Monday ordered PG&E to revamp its power shutdown program to avoid the kind of chaos and breakdowns that were evident in last week’s planned blackouts. The power shutdown...

  • Elder Abuse Cases Likely to Remain 'Open' Investigations

    Every year more than 9,000 cases of elder abuse are reported in San Diego County and data shows the crime is often underreported and difficult to fight in court, leaving a majority of cases "open" investigations. Experts...

  • ICE Agents Violate Rules That Protect Immigrant Vets

    Even though the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency has policies in place that can protect immigrant U.S. veterans from deportation, NBC Bay Area’s Investigative Unit has learned that ICE officials have not regularly...

  • Delta Employee Arrested in $250,000 Heist at JFK Airport

    A Delta Airlines employee has been arrested in connection with the case of $250,000 in cash that apparently vanished from John F. Kennedy Airport as it was being transferred onto one of the airline's flights en route to Florida, a...

  • Brain Exams Aim to Predict Violent Behavior, Stop Killers

    Cutting-edge research is revealing new ways to potentially prevent violent acts, including mass shootings, years before the thought of violence ever crosses the minds of murderers. A study of roughly 1,000 prisoners revealed...

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Closer to Free Ride 2019
Closer to Free Ride 2019
NBC Connecticut is proud to be connecting you with the Closer to Free Ride presented by Bank of America, on Saturday, September 7. "Connecticut’s Best Ride" ride benefits Smilow Cancer Hospital and Yale Cancer... Read more
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