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Local playgrounds around the state were forced to close. [Read More]
FEMA will be providing the state of Connecticut with additional aid as it continues to combat the coronavirus. [Read More]
Gov. Ned Lamont toured a ventilator maker in Guilford on Sunday. [Read More]
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Dollar General announced that starting on Monday, it would be offering a discount to medical personnel, first responders and National Guardsmen. [Read More]
Your March 30 morning Alexa flash briefing from Channel 3 Eyewitness News. [Read More]
Meteorologist Scot Haney said Monday won't be perfect, it will be better than Sunday, at least until the afternoon. [Read More]
The COVID-19 pandemic has lead to playground restrictions in Connecticut. [Read More]
These college students got a surprise visit - and some sage advice - from a real MVP! Take a look. [Read More]
Local playgrounds around the state were forced to close. [Read More]
The federal government will help local and state government, tribes and select non-profits. [Read More]
The federal government will help local and state government, tribes and select private non-profit organizations. [Read More]
Global coronavirus cases topped 725,000 with more than 34,000 people dead as of Monday morning. [Read More]
Nicole Nalepa and Eric Parker break down March 30's COVID-19 headlines. [Read More]
Stamford police said a store owner was shot and killed Saturday during an armed robbery. [Read More]
Nick Offerman talks about the internet's obsession with putting his face in different pop culture videos and what he thinks they'll do with it next. [Read More]
Meteorlogist Mike Cameron said we can expect showers to develop Monday afternoon. [Read More]
FEMA will be providing the state of Connecticut with additional aid as it continues to combat the coronavirus. [Read More]
Governor Lamont visited Bio-Med Devices in Guilford on Sunday. [Read More]
Donut Crazy in West Hartford is doing what it can to give hospitals and staff a smile. [Read More]
The coronavirus outbreak has dealt a major blow to small businesses all over Connecticut.Despite the challenges, many are still finding ways to give back to... [Read More]
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