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  • Light Snow Coats Roads In Time For Morning Commute

    Light Snow Coats Roads In Time For Morning Commute

    Pre-dawn snow coated roads early Wednesday, presenting a challenge for morning commuters and school officials trying to decide whether hold classes as scheduled. "Untreated roads may become snow-covered and slippery in the region for the morning commute," the National Weather Service said about...

  • Does 2nd Amendment Cover Assault Rifles?

    Op-Ed: Does 2nd Amendment Cover Assault Rifles?

    The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit has struck down Maryland's law regulating assault weapons, creating a split with the 2nd Circuit, which upheld similar laws in New York and Connecticut. That split could, and probably should, lead the U.S. Supreme Court to take up and decide the issue.

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  • Police: Woman Ran Bogus Dog Rescue Business Out Of Torrington Home

    Police: Woman Ran Bogus Dog Rescue Business Out Of Torrington Home

    TORRINGTON – A 49-year-old local woman is facing charges after police said she ran a fraudulent dog rescue business out of her Berry Street home, according to police. Suzanne Bristol, of 60 Berry St., was charged with third-degree larceny Tuesday. Police said Bristol ran a dog rescue business called...

  • Newington Motel Briefly Evacuated Following Fire

    Newington Motel Briefly Evacuated Following Fire

    NEWINGTON — A Berlin Turnpike motel was briefly evacuated Tuesday night after a fire broke out in the laundry room. The fire happened at Grantmoor Motor Lodge at 3000 Berlin Turnpike in Newington. Firefighers extinguished the blaze and motel guests were allowed back in following the evacuation,...

  • Hawk Safely Removed From Stop & Shop

    EAST HAMPTON — A young hawk that took up residence inside the local Stop & Shop on Monday was safely captured and removed from the store Tuesday night. State environmental police spent hours at the store Monday, unsuccessfully trying to coax the bird out through open doors, according to Cyndy Chanaca...

  • Connecticut Man Drove For 3 Days To Have Sex With Minors, Authorities Say

    A 28-year-old Ledyard man is facing charges after authorities say he drove for three days to Colorado to engage in sexual activity with who he believed was a mother and her two minor daughters but was actually an undercover homeland security agent with a fictious online persona. Jason Tremblay,...

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  • FOX 61 Forecast: Snow Coming Wednesday, Followed By Arctic Front

    FOX 61 Forecast: Snow Coming Wednesday, Followed By Arctic Front

    We’re not out of the woods in this active snowy weather pattern. Flakes will fly Wednesday, Thursday and perhaps even Saturday morning followed by the coldest air of the season to date. On Wednesday snow showers will scattered be across the state. Some could pack a punch with a brief burst of moderate...

  • New Hampshire primary results: Trump and Sanders win easily, Kasich places 2nd, Rubio admits debate hurt him

    New Hampshire primary results: Trump and Sanders win easily, Kasich places 2nd, Rubio admits debate hurt him

    More from Trail Guide Feb. 8 Candidates make final appeals as New Hampshire primary nears Feb. 7 Donald Trump is stuck on Jeb Bush like a dog with a bone, and he's not letting go Feb. 6 Republican debate wrapped, a good night for governors Feb. 5 Democratic debate draws little interest from viewers...

  • Supreme Court halts Obama's sweeping plan to address climate change

    Supreme Court halts Obama's sweeping plan to address climate change

    A divided Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to halt enforcement of President Barack Obama's sweeping plan to address climate change until after legal challenges are resolved. The surprising move is a blow to the administration and a victory for the coalition of 27 mostly Republican-led states and industry...

  • UConn Aims To Get Back To NCAA Baseball Tournament

    UConn Aims To Get Back To NCAA Baseball Tournament

    STORRS — The snow and the cold are shut out for the moment. Baseball is just around the corner at UConn, but the disappointment of last season never really left the Huskies. "We're going to be an aggressive team," said Anthony Kay, UConn's No.1 pitcher, at Media Day on Tuesday. "We're definitely...

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