To help keep you informed on the most shared and talked about stories, each Saturday and Sunday we'll revisit five stories from the previous week, including the most recent updates.
Top Democrats Take Tolling Cars Off the Table
No tolls on cars - that's the word from House Democrats on Gov. Ned Lamont's CT2030 transportation plan. Instead, they want to look at truck-only tolling. Learn more here.
More extraordinary testimony during a week of impeachment hearings continues to pit Democrats and Republicans against each other as lawmakers heard from people in a range of roles, including national security advisers, ambassadors and other officials connected to the Ukraine investigation. See coverage here.
Driver Rescued From Fiery Explosion
A driver is being called a hero for pulling a driver from a car in Stafford after the car exploded and was engulfed in flames. He and the man he saved spoke about the terrifying incident. Hear their story here.
State Trooper Charged With DUI After Crash in Southbury
A Connecticut state trooper who was involved in a crash in Southbury that injured a mother and daughter has been charged with DUI and other violations, Connecticut State Police said Tuesday. Police said Sgt. John McDonald was off-duty in his unmarked police car when he didn’t stop at a stop sign on September 25, crashing into a car traveling on Route 188. Learn more about the investigation that led to the charges here.
Popular Brewery Wants to Expand into Connecticut
Tree House Brewing Company has plans for a new facility on a 94-acre farm in Woodstock, but neighbors are concerned about what a busy brewery might do to their sleepy streets. Get more details about the plans here.