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A white powder substance was found at a building in Meriden on Friday. [Read More]
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Local sculptor Gar Waterman is turning guns into gardening tools. He and his crew quickly got to work on the first-of-its-kind project in Connecticut. [Read More]
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The Elm City wants an answer from the Canadian firm tapped to develop the old New Haven coliseum site. [Read More]
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Those who work resettling refugees here in our state, say President Trump and his administration are trying to change the way the country welcomes refugees. [Read More]
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Quite an honor for a handful of Connecticut schools recognized as some of the nation's healthiest. [Read More]
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The Pentagon's high-tech research agency laid the groundwork for the Internet, stealth aircraft and self-driving cars. Now, it's going big on artificial intelligence.. Get the... [Read More]
As commuters embrace two wheels, Uber and Lyft eye the scooter-share market... [Read More]
Lyft launched a fleet of electric scooters in Denver on Thursday, stepping squarely into the rapidly growing scooter-sharing market so far dominated by the likes... [Read More]
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Lyft is launching scooters in Denver, signaling a new era for the ridesharing company. [Read More]
A golf course in a part of North Dakota locals call "Sili-drone Valley" believes it has a solution to declining membership at courses nationwide: Drone... [Read More]
Labor Day might be the unofficial end of summer, but you'd never know with Monday's weather. ... [Read More]
A new report released is highlighting a record number of sexual misconduct complaints at Yale. ... [Read More]
Thanks to a $160 million gift, Yale's Peabody Museum is going to undergo a renovation. [Read More]
Local governments can't help but warm up to the disruptive, hard-charging startups. [Read More]
Summer vacation might be over, but it doesn't feel like it, especially with temperatures in the 90s and the real possibility of another heat wave... [Read More]
While most are heading back to school this week, many high school athletes have already been hard at work for weeks. ... [Read More]
Summer vacation might be over, but it doesn't feel like it, especially with temperatures in the 90s and the real possibility of another heat wave... [Read More]
Crews extinguished a fire on the first floor at a home in Meriden on Saturday morning. [Read More]
 With digital downloads and iTunes, record stores have almost become a dying breed, with vinyl becoming vogue once again, a Connecticut man is trying to... [Read More]
Furious over fashion. Some in New Haven are questioning the move by the elm city to spend nearly $4,000 in tax payer's money to outfit... [Read More]
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