Waterbury 7 mins ago

Waterbury Police to Hold News Conference After Arrest Thursday

Waterbury police arrested a man Thursday afternoon while investigating a report of a man loading a firearm and causing a disturbance and they will be holding a news conference at 2 p.m. Police said th...

  • Bridgeport 4 hours ago

    Crews Respond to Fire in Bridgeport

    Firefighters responded to a fire in Bridgeport early Friday morning. An investigation was underway after the fire marshal in Bridgeport found what officials said was a possible “puppy mill” while responding to investigate a fire on Brooks Street, but determined that it was a structure that housed the family pets and it was not a puppy mill. Officia...
  • connecticut weather 2 hours ago

    Brutally Cold Weather on the Way; Power Out for More Than 3,000

    Temperatures will be brutally cold Friday and Saturday before the mild weather returns and power is out for more than 3,000 Eversource customers. Friday morning is starting with temperatures in the 20s, but they will be in the single digits by midday and afternoon and they will continue to drop to negative temperatures. We will also have increasing...
  • cold weather 14 hours ago

    New Haven County Residents Prepare for Upcoming Cold Snap

    Towns all across Connecticut are opening up warming shelters for people to get away from the sub-zero temperatures expected to come starting Friday. “It’s freezing out. Literally freezing right now,” Sydney Piekerz, who lives in New Haven, said. People in New Haven County not mincing words when it comes to the cold. While temperatures remained in t...
  • Bradley Airport 2 hours ago

    Close Call: Pilot Slams on Brakes to Avoid Possible Collision at Bradley Airport

    JFK Airport in New York had a pair of cases last month where planes had to make abrupt stops after air traffic controllers noticed other planes taxiing in front of them. These are known in aviation lingo as “runway incursions.” NBC Connecticut Investigates learned of an incursion in our state, that has been the subject of a Federal Aviation Adminis...
  • latinx 15 hours ago

    Democratic-Backed Connecticut Bill Would Ban ‘Latinx' Term

    A group of Hispanic lawmakers in Connecticut has proposed that the state follow Arkansas’ lead and ban the term “Latinx” from official government documents, calling it offensive to Spanish speakers. The word is used as a gender-neutral alternative to “Latino” and “Latina” and is helpful in supporting people who do not identify as either...
  • Sandy Hook 16 hours ago

    Kowalski Family Celebrates 10 Years of ‘Race 4 Chase' Honoring Young Sandy Hook Victim

    More than 10 years after the Sandy Hook school shooting, the family of one of the young victims is rejoicing in his legacy. The Kowalskis are celebrating 10 years of Race 4 Chase, the kids’ triathlon that honors Chase Kowalski. Chase loved to run and bike, and he taught himself how to swim. It was his dream to complete a…

  • Hartford 20 hours ago

    Woman Arrested in Connection to Hartford Hotel Room Murder

    A woman has been arrested on manslaughter charges in connection to a homicide that happened in a Hartford hotel room several months ago. Hartford Police said 39-year-old Lisa Kittrell, of Bridgeport, was taken into custody Thursday after turning herself in at the police department. Authorities said 32-year-old Angel King was found unresponsive afte...
  • cold weather 20 hours ago

    Tips to Avoid Vehicle, Home Headaches Ahead of Extreme Cold

    “Stay home, stay in, stay warm. That’s my thoughts,” said Alice Cody of Terryville.  Cody’s thoughts make a lot of sense because this weekend, you could say winter has finally arrived. “People underestimate how cold it is. I think we’ve gotten so used to a certain climate that we’ve had here, said Dr. Anuj Vohra, Chairman of Emergency Medicine...
  • westport 21 hours ago

    Crews Work to Repair Large Water Main Break in Westport

    Aquarion Water Company said their crews are working to repair a water main break that’s affecting over 20 streets in Westport. The break was reported on Duck Pond Road in the Saugatuck Shores area. Crews said they’re actively working to make repairs, and the break is expected to be fixed by 7 to 9 p.m. Below are the streets currently&#8...
  • Hartford 20 hours ago

    Contributions of Hartford's Black Community Recognized With Black Heroes Trail

    Recognizing the contributions of the Black community in Hartford throughout its history. City leaders announced the launch of Hartford’s “Black Heroes Trail,” highlighting those who made an impact at the local or national level. Driving around Hartford, you may come across signs profiling a member of Hartford’s Black community and their impac...
  • Oxford 22 hours ago

    Man Arrested on Charges in Connection to Brother's Death in Oxford

    A man has been arrested on cruelty to persons charges in connection to his brother’s death in Oxford last June. Connecticut State Police said they’ve arrested 72-year-old James Mosley, of Bridgeport, Wednesday morning in connection to the suspicious death of his brother Kevin. According to an arrest warrant, police said Mosley called au...
  • Hartford 4 hours ago

    Underground Fire Closed Streets in Hartford Thursday

    An underground electrical fire closed streets in Hartford Thursday and caused some anxious moments for residents who heard what sounded like an explosion. Crews remain at the scene and are expected to be there through much of the day.   The incident happened at Farmington Avenue and Laurel Street Thursday afternoon and crews are still there, accord...
  • connecticut weather 23 hours ago

    Jumpfest Cancels Friday Events Due to Threat of Dangerous Wind Chills

    Salisbury’s annual Jumpfest will get off to a delayed start this year. Festival organizers said they have cancelled all Friday events due to the forecasted high winds and dangerous wind chills. Temperatures Friday evening could be down near zero with wind gusts up to 40 miles per hour. The “feels-like” temperature will be -10 to -...
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