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  • Is competitive cheerleading a sport? Judge rules NO

     
    Give me an “N.” Give me an “O.” What’s that spell? That’s what a U.S. district judge ruled when the question of whether competitive cheerleading is a sport was raised at a Connecticut school. Quinnipiac University want...
  • Yale Coed Killer Sentenced in Murder of Annie Le

    Yale Coed Killer Sentenced in Murder of Annie Le
    NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- A Yale University lab technician was sentenced to 44-years in prison in the murder of graduate student whose body was found stuffed in a wall of a research lab on what was to be her wedding day in 2009. Raymond Clark IIIwas accused of...
  • [Updated] 37 states join probe into Google Wi-Fi data collection

     
    A multistate investigation is raising more questions about how Google Inc. may have improperly gathered people's private information through their unsecured wireless networks while collecting data for its Street View feature. Connecticut Atty. Gen....
  • The curious case of Rob Simmons

     
    Our partners at the Hartford Courant write today about the fascinating developments in the Connecticut Senate primary -- a race that seemed all but over when former Rep. Rob Simmons suspended his campaign months ago. Well this week Simmons used......
  • Free jeans as part of Vans Warped Tour

     
    If you don't mind a wait, you could land yourself a free pair of denim jeans on Sunday. The Hartford, Connecticut-based junior denim company, Amethyst Jeans, will be attending the Vans Warped Tour and distributing 600 free pairs of its jeans for juniors....
  • Opera: 'Life Is a Dream' -- except when it's not

     
    In the spring of 1975, I was invited by Herta Glaz Redlich, director of the New Haven Opera Theater in Connecticut, to compose a new work for the company. At our first meeting she suggested as a basis for a......
  • Two Boots pizza kicks up its heels at Power Plant

     
    Two Boots, a New York-based, Cajun-influenced pizzeria, has just put a foot down in Baltimore.The new Power Plant Live! restaurant celebrates its grand opening Tuesday. "We're called Two Boots because Louisiana and Italy are both geographically similar to...
  • After hedging on Senate race, Simmons back in

     
    Turns out the ad was just a teaser. After suspending his campaign and then dipping his toe back in the water, former Rep. Rob Simmons is diving back fully into the Connecticut Senate race. Our partners at The Courant report:......
  • Q-Poll: Scott 43, McCollum 32

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Republican Rick Scott holds a slippery, 11-point lead over gubernatorial primary foe Bill McCollum in a Quinnipiac University poll released this morning. We say the 43-32 percent edge for Scott is slippery, because the poll found...
  • Google cleared in Britain over personal data collected from wireless networks

     
    In the United States, Google Inc. is defending itself against lawsuits, a congressional probe and a 37-state investigation led by Connecticut Atty. Gen. Richard Blumenthal regarding personal information the Internet giant collected from unsecured wireless...
  • Have you heard there are plans to build a mosque or something near ground zero?

     
    The Ground Zero mosque is being hotly debated in every media....