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Over the past week complaints across the country about militarized police forces at some of the protests for George Floyd have had some calling for... [Read More]
Middletown's police chief is defending his decision to remove the "Thin Blue Line" and "Blue Lives Matter" flags from his department in the wake of... [Read More]
Educators from across Hartford gathered Thursday to raise their voices against injustice and fight for the students they teach. The educators who gathered a the... [Read More]
The Major League Baseball draft will take place next week with only five rounds instead of the usual there's 40. That's a major curveball for... [Read More]
Walking the streets of Hartford once again, protesters Thursday continued to call for action. The demonstration, which started at the State Capitol before spilling into... [Read More]
A rock painted outside of Oxford High School is often used for student expression. "They don't ask permission, they just paint what they're feeling," said... [Read More]
As the call for transparency for police departments continues, researcher Ken Barone says Connecticut is one of the few in the country that collects and... [Read More]
Thirman Milner knows all about racial barriers. When he was elected in 1981 he not only became Hartford's first black mayor, but the first in... [Read More]
When people planned their household budgets and decided last year how much of their pretax wages to put into a flexible spending account to pay... [Read More]
While the school year is coming to an abrupt end for students across the state, leaders are already thinking towards next fall, with the hope... [Read More]
A confrontation between two women in a Norwich Starbucks drive-thru ended in a racist incident Tuesday morning. Marcela Lee, a black woman who was buying... [Read More]
The mayor of New Haven has lifted an emergency order from March that closed any child care centers providing childcare services for more than 12... [Read More]
Two people injured after an explosion and fire at a home on Saybrook Road in Middletown last month have died, and police are asking the... [Read More]
Restaurant owners from around the state sent a letter to Gov. Ned Lamont on Wednesday urging him to allow indoor dining sooner than June 20.... [Read More]
As people across the United States call for justice in the wake of the death of George Floyd, a handcuffed black man who died after... [Read More]
In the aftermath of the 1992 L.A. riots, a 13-year-old boy wrote an essay for The New York Times about growing up black in America.... [Read More]
The death toll from coronavirus in Connecticut surpassed 4,000 on Thursday. The state saw 18 more fatalities, bringing the toll to 4,007 since the pandemic... [Read More]
This week has been hard. In order for the country (and the world) to continue moving forward, we need to build more compassion towards one... [Read More]
The Connecticut Department of Public Health is warning about elevated levels of a chemical used in firefighting foam turning up in fish in three rivers... [Read More]
U.S. officials say a Navy veteran who's been detained in Iran for nearly two years has been released and is making his way home, with... [Read More]
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