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  • Bitterly Cold Weather On Tap For Weekend; Temps Could Drop Below Zero

    Bitterly Cold Weather On Tap For Weekend; Temps Could Drop Below Zero

    Connecticut residents might want to bundle up this Valentine's Day weekend as the state is expected to see some "life-threatening," potentially record-cold temperatures and blustery wind conditions that could dip temperatures well below zero at times, according to the National Weather Service. ...

  • Carrier To Close Indiana Plants, Move Jobs to Mexico

    Carrier To Close Indiana Plants, Move Jobs to Mexico

    Two subsidiaries of Farmington-based United Technologies Corp. are shutting heating and ventilating parts manufacturing plants in Indiana, eliminating more than 2,000 jobs as operations move to Mexico. Carrier, a manufacturer of heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigeration, said it will...

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  • Columbine Shooter's Mother Says She Thinks Of Victims Daily

    Columbine Shooter's Mother Says She Thinks Of Victims Daily

    DENVER — The mother of Columbine High School shooter Dylan Klebold says she didn't know anything was wrong with her son before the 1999 attack, and that she thinks about the victims and their families every day. In an interview set to air on "20/20" late Friday, Sue Klebold told ABC News' Diane...

  • New Haven Teen Charged With Pair Of West Haven Armed Robberies

    WEST HAVEN – A 17-year-old New Haven teen was charged with a pair of armed robberies of businesses in town Thursday. Police say the 17-year-old, whose name was not being released because he was a minor, was involved in armed robberies of the Sam's Mart at 665 Campbell Ave. and the Dunkin' Donuts...

  • Police: Man's BAC After Accident Was More Than 3 1/2 Times Legal Limit

    Police: Man's BAC After Accident Was More Than 3 1/2 Times Legal Limit

    WILLIMANTIC – A 50-year-old man was charged with driving under the influence and reckless driving this afternoon after a car crash on Main Street revealed his blood alcohol level to be more than three and a half times the legal limit, police said. The accident occurred around 2:30 p.m. but police...

  • Police Form New Anti-Drug Team In North Central Connecticut

    A new team of police officers has been formed to fight drug abuse in four towns north of Hartford, police said. Called the North Central Narcotics Task Force, the regional group will enforce state laws against the possession, manufacture and sale of illegal drugs in Enfield, East Windsor, Windsor...

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  • FOX 61 Forecast: Chance Of Flurries Before Arctic Air Hits

    FOX 61 Forecast: Chance Of Flurries Before Arctic Air Hits

    There is one last chance for flurries or a snow shower Friday night into Saturday morning, courtesy of an arctic front. Most of the state will stay dry. A few flakes…no big deal but the cold that follows will be. This is the coldest air since last February. But this deep freeze will not last as...

  • Navy Attack Sub Returns To Homeport In Groton

    Navy Attack Sub Returns To Homeport In Groton

    GROTON — A U.S. Navy attack submarine has returned to its homeport in Groton after a deployment to the waters around Europe. USS Missouri came back to the Naval Submarine Base on Friday afternoon. The nuclear-powered submarine traveled roughly 37,000 miles during a deployment that included port...

  • Police: Shooting deaths of 2 girls at Phoenix-area high school was murder-suicide

    Police: Shooting deaths of 2 girls at Phoenix-area high school was murder-suicide

    Two 15-year-old girls died Friday in a shooting at a suburban Phoenix high school that initially caused panic among parents who could not reach their children but later emerged as a murder-suicide. Police announced that a suicide note was found at the shooting scene near the cafeteria area of Independence...

  • No Means No: Lawmakers Renew Push For 'Affirmative Consent' On Campus

    No Means No: Lawmakers Renew Push For 'Affirmative Consent' On Campus

    STORRS — Seeking to crack down on sexual assaults on college campuses in Connecticut, lawmakers on Friday renewed their push for a bill that would set a new standard for consent. The concept, known as "affirmative consent," shifts the burden of proof in disciplinary cases from victim to perpetrator....

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