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Louisa Moller is a general assignment and investigative reporter for Fox Connecticut. Her great love is to tell stories that can help real people by informing them of issues impacting their families, safety, and their wallets.

In the past two years, Louisa has had many opportunities to do just that. She provided continuing coverage of both the tragic Sandy Hook shooting and the Boston Marathon Bombings. Louisa reported live, nightly, with hard facts and deep compassion.

She also dug deeper into some of Connecticut’s and the nation’s most publicized stories. She uncovered an interesting exception in the State’s controversial gun law allowing for the purchase, sale, and transfer of assault weapons. And, she revealed that Connecticut’s health insurance exchange through the Affordable Care Act was flawed throughout its first month. Louisa also used her connections with many of Connecticut’s veterans to expose structural issues in the State and Federal Departments of Veterans Affairs.

Louisa started her television career in 2009 as a full-time “one man band”, shooting, writing, and editing stories for WTHI the CBS affiliate in Terre Haute, Indiana. It was there where she first gained an appreciation for quality and creative video. In 2011, Louisa traveled to the Green Mountain State, where she worked as a general assignment reporter at WFFF Fox 44 in Burlington, Vermont. In Vermont, she got her first taste of investigative reporting by uncovering allegations of fraud and abuse in a Federal Job Corps program.

Out of the office, Louisa continues to enjoy being involved in her community. She has MC-ed several events in Connecticut for victim’s services, medical research, and veterans. When she’s not doing that, you can find her spending a lot of time with her family, enjoying the outdoors, and singing.

Recent Articles
  • New London Primary Day: Mayor Finizio vs. Passero

    NEW LONDON – The New London Democratic primary race pits incumbent Mayor Daryl Finizio against City Councilor Michael Passero in a battle that has been described as “old guard” versus “new guard.” Finizio is the first mayor elected in New London since a City Charter change which got rid of a city manager system. He describes himself as more progressive than Passero, a firefighter and six-year City Council member. “In the last four years we’ve made tremendous progress for the city, we’ve […]

  • GOP leaders, families continue to protest cuts to human services

    HARTFORD — On Thursday, people with disabilities and their families joined the opposition of new budget cuts to human services in Connecticut. “Speaker Sharkey and all the nice legislators I have met here in Hartford, where is your courage? People with disabilities have to have courage every day,” Justin Moore, a young man with intellectual and development disabilities, said Thursday. Republicans Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano and House Minority Leader Themis Klarides hosted the press conference and called for a […]

  • Court documents: Mother admitted to leaving 4-year-old alone to seek money for sex

    HARTFORD — The mother of a 4-year-old girl found wandering alone in Hartford Tuesday has been arrested admitted she left the girl home alone to exchange sexual favors for money, according to her arrest warrant. On Tuesday, at 10:08 a.m., Hartford Police responded to a Collins Street home on reports that a 4-year-old girl had been found wandering alone. Melanie Garcia, who lives nearby on Collins Street, spotted the little girl, Shafyalya Nicks, while driving to work. Garcia said she […]

  • Shelton man appears in court on murder charges in death of his wife

    SHELTON — A Shelton man appeared in court Tuesday, charged with murder in the death of his wife Sunday night. Prosecutors say Thomas Infante and Lisa Infante were married 27 years. The county clerk tells FoxCT Lisa picked up divorce papers but they were never served to Thomas. Sunday night, around 9:30 p.m. police were called to their home on Hickory Lane. They found Lisa, 52, dead. Two of their four children were home at the time. Prosecutors say he “callously” […]

  • Shelton Police: Husband charged with murder after shooting, killing wife

    SHELTON — A Shelton man is charged with murder, accused of shooting and killing his wife during an argument. Police say Thomas Infante and Lisa Infante were married 27 years and were going through a divorce. Sunday night, around 9:30 p.m. police were called to their home on Hickory Lane. They found Lisa, 52, dead. Police say Thomas drove away but turned himself into police Monday. After questioning him Monday afternoon, police then arrested him and charged him with murder. […]

  • Kyle Navin pleads not guilty to federal firearms charge

    BRIDGEPORT–Kyle Navin pleaded not guilty to a federal firearms charge during his arraignment on Thursday. The 27-year-old was arrest for possession of a firearm by an unlawful drug user on September 8 after two guns and a cache of ammunition, as well as drug paraphernalia, were found in his Bridgeport home. The search of his home, which was done in response to his parents Jeanette and Jeffrey going missing, is what caused police to find the illegal guns. Bail was not […]

  • Laughter is the medicine of choice for one Tolland 6-year-old

    TOLLAND– When Christina Roettger found out she was having a little girl, she was overjoyed. “I was very excited for all the mom and daughter stuff that you get to do. The pedicures and the manicures and the shopping,” she said. In 2011, Roettger and her family were dealt a tough blow. Their young daughter, Sophia, was diagnosed with Rett Syndrome, a neurodevelopmental disorder. “She cannot talk. She cannot walk without assistance. She has no functional hand use. She suffers […]

  • Hartford’s Mayor Segarra suspends his campaign and throws support to Bronin

    HARTFORD — Mayor Pedro Segarra is suspending his campaign for mayor and endorsing his primary challenger, Luke Bronin. Segarra held a news conference Tuesday morning to update his supporters on his campaign plans after he lost the primary election to Bronin. Bronin had been endorsed by the Democratic Party. Segarra said he made his decision after consulting his husband and supporters. “I think this about all Democrats from all corners of the city coming together,” Segarra said. Bronin appeared at […]

  • Ridgefield community mourns the loss of 3 young adults

    RIDGEFIELD — The Ridgefield community is mourning the loss of three young adults after two tragic accidents over the weekend. Cathryn “Carey” Depuy and Ryan Adams, both of Ridgefield, died Sunday afternoon in a plane crash after taking off from Hamilton Municipal Airport in New York. The Cessna single-engine plane crashed in a wooded area more than a half-mile off Old County Road in Morrisville. Both were freshmen at Colgate University. Depuy graduated from Ridgefield High School in May of 2015. Adams, […]

  • Court documents reveal grisly details in New Britain serial killer case after suspect charged with multiple murders

    NEW BRITAIN — William Howell appeared in court today, facing charges in the deaths of six people. He had already been serving time after pleading guilty to manslaughter charges in another case. Howell, 45, was charged with three counts of capital felony, meaning he sexually assaulted at least three of his victims before killing them. He was also charged with three counts of felony murder and three counts of murder in the deaths of Marilyn Gonzalez, Diane Cusack, Joyvaline Martinez, […]

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