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  • Video shows Florida security guard pretending to shoot students

    DORAL, Fla. — A security guard from the Ronald Reagan High School may lose his job after a video surfaced of him making shooting gestures towards students, according to 7News. The video, posted by a student on Snapchat, shows the security guard pretending to point a gun at nearby students. Parents of students that attend the school said the worst thing is thinking your child’s school could be the next target of a shooting, and they’re in shock after seeing the […]

  • Crowd gathers in New Haven to celebrate Lunarfest

    NEW HAVEN — People in Connecticut ringing in the Lunar New Year this weekend! Saturday the Yale China Association hosted Lunarfest, a celebration of the New Year in New Haven. The festival focuses on what brings people together, specifically between the American and Chinese cultures. Participants learned about history and enjoyed performances and viewed local artists work. Organizers said the “Lunar New Year” is a growing trend. “It’s gaining popularity here in the United States but it’s still a relatively new […]

  • New London: 1 man taken to hospital for stab wound

    NEW LONDON –One man went to the hospital Saturday evening following a stabbing. A t around 5:30 p.m., police arrived to Crystal Avenue and found a man with a stab wound in his chest. Police secured the area and gave the man medical care. The New London Police Department said the victim was brought to Lawrence + Memorial Hospital for further medical treatment. Police said that the investigation remains ongoing. Police are asking anyone with information to please contact them […]

  • Students who survived school shooting call for tougher gun laws

    FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — In an emotional rally Saturday in Fort Lauderdale, politicians and Marjory Stoneman Douglas students called for a ban on weapons like the one used to kill 17 people at the Florida high school, and urged voters to kick out lawmakers who oppose the move or who take money from the National Rifle Association. In a fiery speech, senior Emma Gonzalez demanded national lawmakers do something to prevent mass school shootings. “We certainly do not understand why it […]

  • Mystic Aquarium CEO makes a splash for Fifth annual Seal Splash

    MYSTIC— It was a sunny and chilly Saturday afternoon when Mystic Aquarium President and CEO, Dr. Stephen M. Coan, plunged into the Long Island Sound in the name of animal conservation. After receiving a challenge from his wife Patti, Dr. Coan participated in the Aquarium’s Fifth Annual Seal Splash. Dr. Coan was joined by over sixty brave souls at the Eastern Point Beach in Groton, all enduring the icy water to raise money for Mystic Aquarium’s Rescue Program.  Supporters of […]

  • Thousands in Stratford and Bridgeport without power overnight

    STRATFORD — Thousands of residents in Stratford and Bridgeport area were without power Saturday evening following a massive power outage. According to a United Illuminating spokesperson, almost 10,000 people in the two  towns were without power.  That number dropped to about 7,000 overnight, and then around 6 a.m., power was restored to all customers. Last night Bridgeport Police tweeted about the power outage, asking people to call UI to report loss of power. Call United Illuminating at this number to report […]

  • The Rolling Doughnuts food truck in Middletown gains a following

    MIDDLETOWN — ATTENTION ALL DOUGHNUT LOVERS!!! Owner Scott Gordon, has combine his love of doughnuts and a food truck to create The Rolling Doughnut. The food truck specializes in gourmet doughnuts. The truck is only open on Saturday and Sundays and located on Broad Street in Middletown. In a more modern take on self promotion, The Rolling Doughnut uses it Facebook page to inform where and when the truck will be available. They also have a list of that weekends […]

  • Services announced for off-duty State Trooper killed in Wolcott crash

    WOLCOTT — State Police say a trooper involved in a two-car crash on Saturday evening had died. Police said that around 8:45, they were called to Wolcott Road (Rte. 69) near Tosun Road for calls of a crash. The head-on collision involved a pick-up truck and a state police cruiser, althought the Trooper, Danielle Miller, was off duty at the time. There were no passengers in either vehicle. Both drivers were taken to area hospitals with serious injuries. This morning, […]

  • Giselle posts moving photo on social media offering congrats to Philadelphia Eagles

    BOSTON, Mass.— In a classy as well as an emotional post, Giselle Bundchen, world-famous Brazilain super model and wife of Tom Brady, congratulated the Eagles on their first ever Super Bowl win. Bundchen then went on to praise her husband, highlighting the amount of commitment and sacrifice he puts into his work and the game. In the Instagram post, Bundchen seen comforting Brady after the projected favorites New England Patriots fell to the Philadelphia Eagles. At least of their two […]

  • Hartford: 1 person dead after car crashes into pole; police investigating

    HARTFORD — An East Hartford woman was killed when her car drove into a utility pole Saturday evening. Police responded to the area of 275 Collins Street in the city’s Asylum Hill neighborhood about 9:20 p.m. to find that the silver Nissan Maxima had split the pole in half. The driver, 26-year-old Shantay Clark of East Hartford, was rushed to St. Francis Hospital which was just a block away. She was later declared deceased. There was no one else in the car […]