Thousands of homes and businesses are without power Thursday morning after an intense storm move through Connecticut, bringing heavy rain and high winds and several schools are closed or delayed.
The public was invited to attend the graveside services for a U.S. Army veteran who did not have any surviving family members and a crowd of around 300 people showed up.
The NBC Connecticut meteorologist have issued a First Alert for strong winds and heavy rain. The storm will rapidly intensify and will reach the critieria of a "bomb cyclone."
A warning not to eat fish caught in the Farmington River remains in effect after firefighting foam spilled into the river from Bradley International Airport in June.
The White House acknowledged Thursday that President Donald Trump's decision to hold up military aid to Ukraine was linked to his demand that Kyiv investigate the Democratic National Committee and the 2016 U.S.
Vaping was once believed to be a safer alternative to smoking, but after hundreds of illnesses and dozens of deaths, including one in Connecticut, some are concerned that it may not be safe at all.