Loud booms reported across the state are the result of cryoseisms, or “ice quakes.” The phenomenon occurred when the ground rapidly freezes and cracks develop in the ground, leading to an explosive...
Teens from the Waterbury Police Activity League hit the streets to clear sidewalks and driveways for the elderly and disabled.
Thousands of people in Connecticut remained without power and without heat a day after an ice storm brought down trees and power lines.
Hundreds packed into the Connecticut Convention Center on Monday for a breakfast honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
AAA received hundreds of calls on Monday to help with dead car batteries during the brutal cold snap.
You have until January 25th to nominate a woman in the STEM fields.
Paul Finney from October Kitchen showed us how to make a hot soup on this frigid day.
Thousands of people across the state are still without power after this weekend's storm.
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