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  • Saturday Morning Crash Causes Delays On I-84 In Farmington

    FARMINGTON — A Columbia man was critically injured Saturday morning after his car collided with another car on westbound I-84, then went out of control, crossed the median and was struck by an eastbound minivan near the Fienemann Road exit. Scott E. Cook, 27, was taken by ambulance to St. Francis...

  • Police: Suspect In Custody After Hartford Cop's Personal Car Stolen In South Windsor

    Police: Suspect In Custody After Hartford Cop's Personal Car Stolen In South Windsor

    HARTFORD — Police on Friday chased the private car of a fellow officer after the BMW was stolen overnight from the officer's home in South Windsor. The driver was taken into custody, but not until after he rammed a patrol car, police said. No one was seriously injured. The BMW had at least one police...

  • Manchester Grad Michael Hartfield Named To U.S. Olympic Long Jump Team

    Manchester Grad Michael Hartfield Named To U.S. Olympic Long Jump Team

    Manchester High graduate Michael Hartfield had been waiting almost a month for a call from the U.S. track and field team. On Friday, his late father Tyrell's birthday, he finally got it. After finishing fifth in the long jump at the U.S. Olympic track and field trials in Eugene, Ore., on July 3,...

  • Heat Wave Hits 10 Days, Ties State Record Set In 1995

    Heat Wave Hits 10 Days, Ties State Record Set In 1995

    The temperature reached 91 degrees at Bradley International Airport Saturday afternoon, extending the heat wave to 10 days and tying a record for the longest heat wave set in 1995. But it's unlikely we will break the record on what promises to be a rainy, cloudy Sunday. The temperature hit 90 about...

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  • Bonnie Edmondson Finally Gets Chance To Go To Olympics

    Bonnie Edmondson Finally Gets Chance To Go To Olympics

    The week before she left for Texas and eventually Rio, Bonnie Edmondson talked about the iconic sign outside of Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon, where the U.S. track and field team Olympic trials were held earlier this month. It reads: Welcome to TrackTown USA. Home of the Hardest Team to Make....

  • Less Humid, Highs Near 90 Again

    Less Humid, Highs Near 90 Again

    Today will turn less humid again with partly cloudy skies and highs in the mid-upper 80s. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are likely Saturday night into Monday. While Sunday will not be a total wash-out, Saturday looks a lot better for outdoor plans and activities. Drier weather returns Tuesday...

  • A Summer Visit To A Hopeful River In Mansfield

    A Summer Visit To A Hopeful River In Mansfield

    Although the dairy farm that once existed on the banks of the Mount Hope River has been gone for years, ghostly vestiges of it can still be seen along the trails. Visitors pass rusted barb wire that once fenced in cows and is now broken and being swallowed up by the bark and trunk of the maple...

  • GOP Split Over Their Platform

    GOP Split Over Their Platform

    HARTFORD – As Democrats wrapped up their convention with a liberal agenda, Connecticut Republicans seem to have every possible opinion on the party's conservative national platform that opposes abortion and gay marriage. Some say it's good, and that Connecticut is the one that's out of step with...

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