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Tuesday, Sep 26, 2017
New Alleged Abuse Incident at Whiting: Sources

New Alleged Abuse Incident at Whiting: Sources

Three staff members at Connecticut's maximum-security psychiatric hospital are being disciplined for unspecified work rule violations and reassigned to non-patient care roles. Read More

Investigations
Tuesday, Sep 26, 2017
Shrub Linked to Rising Rates of Lyme Disease in Ticks

Shrub Linked to Rising Rates of Lyme Disease in Ticks

A state scientist says a popular shrub sold at some nurseries and big box stories across Connecticut is being blamed for a rise in the tick population, which is causing an increase in Lyme disease cases in the state. Read More

Investigations
Monday, Sep 25, 2017
Livery Owner Cited for Allegedly Operating Without Permits

Livery Owner Cited for Allegedly Operating Without Permits

A Plainville livery service has been forced to shut down after the state found the owner was operating without proper permits after an anonymous complaint tipped off the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Read More

Investigations
Friday, Sep 22, 2017
Legislators Spar Over Plans to Help Homeowners With Crumbling Foundations

Legislators Spar Over Plans to Help Homeowners With Crumbling Foundations

Republican and Democratic state legislators are sparring over which side's budget proposal has the best plan to help Connecticut homeowners with crumbling foundations. Read More

Investigations
Friday, Sep 15, 2017
Congress Passes First Measures to Help Homeowners With Crumbling Foundations

Congress Passes First Measures to Help Homeowners With Crumbling Foundations

Two Connecticut congressmen said Thursday they have made progress in getting help for homeowners dealing with crumbling foundations. Read More

Investigations
Wednesday, Sep 13, 2017
Some CT Residents Say They Aren't Being Paid for Jobs

Some CT Residents Say They Aren't Being Paid for Jobs

The restaurant and food industry continues to have issues when it comes to people getting the pay they earned. The NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters have documented this in a series of reports over the past several years, yet... Read More

Investigations
Monday, Sep 11, 2017
CT Officials Discuss Tax Break for Crumbling Foundations

CT Officials Discuss Tax Break for Crumbling Foundations

More moves to help homeowners suffering through our crumbling concrete crisis. Read More

Investigations
Monday, Sep 11, 2017
Governor Addresses Crumbling Concrete Foundation Crisis in Budget Proposal

Governor Addresses Crumbling Concrete Foundation Crisis in Budget Proposal

Gov. Dannel Malloy rolled out what he called his “sixth” proposed balanced budget Friday and it includes some assistance for homeowners suffering from the state’s crumbling concrete crisis. Read More

Investigations
Thursday, Sep 7, 2017
Whiting Staffers Accused of Abuse Go to Court

Whiting Staffers Accused of Abuse Go to Court

It's a rare day when you see eight state employees go before a judge within hours of one another. All stand accused of abusing a patient in Connecticut's maximum security psychiatric hospital. Read More

Investigations
Thursday, Sep 7, 2017
Victim 'Angry And Afraid' as Attacker to Be Released From Prison Early

Victim 'Angry And Afraid' as Attacker to Be Released From Prison Early

The Waterbury man who violently raped a young mother near her sleeping children more than two decades ago will be released from prison in New York in October. Read More

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  • Emergency Alerts Unable to Reach Millions in Bay Area

    U.S. Senators Dianne Feinstein and Kamala Harris delivered a scathing letter to the Federal Communications Commission Tuesday evening, criticizing the agency for its failure to develop an effective cell phone emergency alert...

  • Power Company Identifies 8 Electrical Failures in California Firestorm

    Pacific Gas and Electric Co. officials revealed Monday that they have officially notified California regulators of eight separate electric equipment failures in the recent North Bay firestorm – but declined to detail what triggered...

  • How to Scrutinize Fake Business Reviews Online

    More than 80 percent of people sometimes check reviews for businesses, but half wonder if they can be trusted, according to the Pew Research Center -- and they have good reason to, according to experts in online reviews.

  • Workers Continue to Harvest Grapes Despite Unhealthy Air

    The state’s worker safety agency issued a worker safety advisory late Friday after NBC Bay Area took video of workers harvesting grapes at The Robert Mondavi vineyard in the fire-torn Napa Valley, some without any protection...

  • Bosses Recorded, Shared Airport Worker Sex Videos: Lawsuit

    A female former security supervisor for the company that protects John F. Kennedy International Airport has filed a federal complaint alleging the outfit was "overrun with misogyny, racism and harassment.” LaDonna Powell...

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