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  • Roof collapse in Hartford displaces two families

    HARTFORD — Two families were displaced in Hartford Saturday after the roof to their building collapsed. Police were called to the area of Adams Street for the incident. The building was evacuated and no one was injured. The City of Hartford License and Inspections declared the building uninhabitable and hazardous. The Red Cross is assisting everyone who was displaced.

  • Hiker attacked by wild animal in Enfield park

    ENFIELD — A hiker was attacked by a possible coyote or fox in the Scantic River Park west of Route 190 Sunday. Enfield police said that the hiker was treated and released at a local hospital. D.E.E.P is investigating the incident and the park’s west entrance is closed. Police warned anyone planning to hike in the area to please be cautious and if you see an aggressive animal in the park, you should call D.E.E.P at 860-424-3333

  • Man records rare, red colored lobster inside local Connecticut supermarket

    CROMWELL — IT’S ALIVE!!! No really it is alive. A local man filmed one of these very rare crustaceans walking inside the display tank said to be at a Cromwell Stop & Shop. According to the lobsteranywhere.com, about one in 10 million lobsters are naturally red before they are thrown into the pot. Lobsters can come in all sorts of other colors, like blue or even calico! The red lobster has more red pigment which is seen in its shell.

  • Second annual ‘Help a Hero Night’ fundraiser held in Bloomfield

    BLOOMFIELD — A night that ranked high in Bloomfield and all the brass was on hand. Saturday was the second annual “Help A Hero Night” for Our Heroes Fund. Last year the benefits went to Hartford police officer Jill Kidik. Officer Kidik suffered life threatening injuries last May after being stabbed multiple times in the neck. This year, proceeds are being donated to Vermont firefighter and army veteran Wesley Black who is fighting cancer. FOX61’s Jim Altman and Jen Bernstein […]

  • Firefighters respond to the fire in New Haven

    NEW HAVEN — Firefighters are responding to a fire in the area of 724 Grand Avenue in New Haven. According to the New Haven Fire’s Twitter page, smoke was seen coming through the roof. This is a developing story.  Photo by Justin Smith pic.twitter.com/ITfVE4bHtr — New Haven Fire (@NewHavenFire) June 1, 2019 Fire Location 724 Grand Ave. Box 405. Reported smoke condition coming from the roof. Companies responding Eng 4, 10, 8 Sq 1 Tk 1 Eu 1 Car 33 […]

  • ‘Upskirting’ bill passes through Connecticut House of Representatives

    HARTFORD — The “upskirting” bill passed through the House of Representatives Saturday and now heads to the Governor Lamont’s desk for signature. The bill, introduced by Groton Senator Heather Somers, was unanimously endorsed. The bill was designed to close a loophole in Connecticut’s anti-voyeurism statue. The law already banned people from knowingly filming, photographing or recording a person’s underwear, genitals or buttocks in an area “where such other person has a reasonable expectation of privacy.” Connecticut lawmakers like Somers said […]

  • Firefighters battle house fire in Putnam

    PUTNAM — Firefighters responded to a house fire Sunday afternoon in Putnam. First responders were dispatched to the area of George Street on calls of a structure fire. Flames and smoke were visible when firefighters arrived on scene, said firefighters. Firefighters said that concerned citizens knocked on several doors and helped with the evacuation of the building. The fire was put out and no one was hurt. The incident remains under investigation and the fire department is asking anyone with […]

  • Bicyclist dies after crash with car in Wallingford, driver charged with DUI

    WALLINGFORD — A bicyclist has died in Wallingford after a crash involving a car Saturday afternoon. Police said that they responded to South Turnpike Road at Toelles Road on calls of a serious crash. Officers were told by witnesses that the driver of the car was traveling south on South Turnpike Road and crossed over the double yellow line. The car struck one of the two bicyclist traveling northbound. One of the two bicyclist struck the car’s windshield, was carried […]

  • Alleged seatbelt violation leads to Rhode Island State police seizing 94 pounds of marijuana and a set nunchucks

    EXETER, RI — Rhode Island State Police seized 94 pounds of marijuana, $6,165, and a set nunchucks after a traffic stop Saturday morning. Police pulled over two men driving on I-95 North near Weaver Hill Road in Exeter for an alleged seatbelt violation. Through a search of the car, officers discovered the large amount of weed in the vacuum sealed bags. The driver, Junjie Li, 28, and the passenger, Zhing Ming Kuang,49, were each charged with possession of marijuana with […]

  • Port-a-Potty fire spreads to storage unit in Derby park

    DERBY — Firefighters responded to a fire at Witek Park Saturday morning. Firefighters said that a fire melted a port-a-potty and then spread to a container that contained equipment for the park. The fire was quickly extinguished and none of the equipment was damaged. The scene was cleared by 7 a.m.

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