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  • UConn Women: A Rare Scare Without Nurse, And Other Things Learned In Win At Tulane

    UConn Women: A Rare Scare Without Nurse, And Other Things Learned In Win At Tulane

    Their most experienced player, an on-court leader and emotional stabilizer, did not play. One of their leading scorers was handcuffed by foul trouble, spending a long second-half stretch on the bench. They shot 38 percent as a team, the worst performance during the 101-game winning streak. They...

  • I'm Not Diagnosing Trump: Just Saying ...

    I'm Not Diagnosing Trump: Just Saying ...

    Psychiatrists are prohibited by the so-called Goldwater Rule from diagnosing public figures they have not personally assessed. This prohibition followed the 1964 election, when Barry Goldwater was the Republican candidate for president and felt by many to have extreme views. He was castigated in...

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  • Hartford Fire Battles Blaze On Hamilton Street

    Crews knocked down a heavy fire on the second story of a three story brick apartment building on Hamilton Street. Hartford Fire Officials said the 70 Hamilton Street building was showing heavy fire Sunday around 1 p.m., but it appeared everyone was out of the building. The blaze was put out by...

  • Ellington Fire Department Responding To Aircraft Incident At Ellington Airport

    Tolland Country Dispatch said they are responding to an aircraft incident at Ellington airport Sunday morning. The Ellington Fire Department and Ambulance Service are on site for a reported hard landing of an aircraft. No injuries are currently being reported. The Federal Aviation Administration...

  • State Police: Man Charged With Operating Under The Influence After Striking Police Cruiser On I-95

    State Police: Man Charged With Operating Under The Influence After Striking Police Cruiser On I-95

    State Police charged a Hamden man with operating under the influence and evading responsibility after they say he struck a police cruiser and fled the scene Saturday night. Police said Genaro Claussels, 49, of Hamden was traveling on I-95 northbound when he failed to move over for a parked emergency...

  • Man Shot To Death In Car Is Hartford Sixth Homicide Of 2017

    Man Shot To Death In Car Is Hartford Sixth Homicide Of 2017

    HARTFORD — A 27-year-old man found shot to death in a car in the North End early Saturday is the city's sixth homicide of the year, police said. Chace Hernandez, of Hartford, was found just after midnight sitting behind the wheel of a black Audi A4 near Winchester and Auburn streets, with gunshot...

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  • Lyman Hall Goalie Finley VanHouten Has Proved She Can Compete With The Boys

    Lyman Hall Goalie Finley VanHouten Has Proved She Can Compete With The Boys

    Lyman Hall senior Finley VanHouten spent three years waiting for her chance to be a starting goalie on the boys hockey team. VanHouten had the talent to play for a top girls club team, but she had a different desire. "It was hard, but it felt like the right thing and I was meant to be here," VanHouten...

  • Mild Temperatures Continue Through The Long Weekend

    Mild Temperatures Continue Through The Long Weekend

    Our spring fling continues today! Expect lots of sunshine with highs in the mid 50s.  A cold front will drop through the area late Sunday with clouds and a wind shift to the northwest.  Slightly cooler air will be with us on Presidents Day, but temperatures will be still be mild for the time of...

  • Jeff Jacobs: UConn-Big East Talk Just Gets Louder

    Jeff Jacobs: UConn-Big East Talk Just Gets Louder

    The two of us pushed into an empty suite on the third floor of Rentschler Field on Wednesday night. Outside, UConn football assistants were finishing a session with the media and preparing for a get-together with Huskies fans. Inside the suite, athletic director Dave Benedict was asked point-blank...

  • Snow, Rains Easing Drought in Much of State, But Not for Northwestern Connecticut

    Snow, Rains Easing Drought in Much of State, But Not for Northwestern Connecticut

    Storms in recent weeks have finally begun to ease the long-running drought in many parts of Connecticut, but the northwestern portion of the state continues to be listed as an area of "extreme drought" by federal climate experts. Most of Litchfield County and about half of Hartford County make...

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