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  • Family Of Southbury Training School Patient Seeks To Sue State For $5 Million

    Family Of Southbury Training School Patient Seeks To Sue State For $5 Million
    The Newington family of Jackie Kiley Jr., who died of a fungal infection while under the care of Southbury Training School, has filed notice of a $5 million wrongful-death claim against the state. In a letter to the state claims commissioner, who will...
  • Connecticut Launches Ebola Information Website

    Connecticut Launches Ebola Information Website
    Following news that nine Connecticut residents have, as a precautionary measure, been quarantined and monitored for possible exposure to Ebola, the state of Connecticut is launching an informational website to keep state residents updated about the latest...
  • Judge rules Morgan Arnold can plead insanity in father's death

    Judge rules Morgan Arnold can plead insanity in father's death
    A Howard County judge ruled Wednesday that a teenager accused in her father's killing can plead not criminally responsible by reason of insanity, reversing his earlier decision that her plea was not filed on time. Sixteen-year-old Morgan Lane Arnold's...
  • State Orders 9 Quarantined Amid Ebola Concerns

    State Orders 9 Quarantined Amid Ebola Concerns
    Nine people are being quarantined in the state so they may be monitored for possible exposure to Ebola, state health officials said Wednesday. The Department of Public Health has issued four quarantine orders, involving the nine unidentified...
  • CDC: Pennsylvania to expand Ebola monitoring

    Pennsylvania is one of six states that will implement expanded monitoring of travelers who come into the U.S. from Ebola-stricken countries, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday. Starting Monday, the Pennsylvania Department of...
  • We can do better on these health hazards

    Over and over again, the ready availability of prescription drugs to unauthorized users is cited as a major contributor to drug abuse and death and as the gateway to illegal drugs for minors. So why do we make it so difficult to dispose of unused,...
  • State Orders 9 Quarantined To Monitor Ebola Symptoms

    WEST HAVEN – Nine people are being quarantined in the state so they can be monitored for possible exposure to Ebola, state health officials said. The Department of Public Health has issued four quarantine orders, involving the nine unidentified...
  • Burbank police earn awards for mental health work

    The Burbank Police Department was recognized by two separate agencies this week for the work being done by its mental health evaluation team. The team, made up of a police officer and a clinical psychologist, received the Mental Illness and Law...
  • Malloy, Foley Discuss Homelessness, Affordable Housing

    Malloy, Foley Discuss Homelessness, Affordable Housing
    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Republican gubernatorial challenger Tom Foley offered differing visions Wednesday for trying to solve the problems of affordable housing and homelessness. During separate appearances in front of housing advocates at The...
  • U.S. takes more steps to guard against new Ebola cases

    Pressed to tighten border screening for travelers potentially exposed to Ebola, federal health officials took more steps Wednesday to monitor people coming into the United States from the three West African countries at the center of the outbreak....
  • Ebola virus no longer detected in infected nurse's body, family says

    Ebola virus no longer detected in infected nurse's body, family says
    The family of Amber Vinson, one of two Dallas nurses infected with Ebola, said on Wednesday that tests by medical officials were no longer able to detect the virus in her body. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was not immediately available...