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Here's What Will Open in CT During Phase 3The state of Connecticut is moving toward Phase 3 of reopening after shutdowns due to the COVID-19 pandemic and it will begin on Oct.

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Positive virus test rate drops to 3% in Connecticut prisonsHARTFORD — The number of Connecticut prisoners testing positive for the coronavirus has dropped substantially over the past three months, decreasing to 3% in a second round of mass testing from 9% during the first round, the Department of Correction announced Friday.

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Connecticut Money: The RV retirement dream: A reality checkIf you have thought about buying an RV, or recreational vehicle, there are cons to consider alongside the better-known pros.

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COVID-19 Cases Behind Bars Are DroppingThe percentage of inmates with COVID-19 dropped by two-thirds, according to figures released Friday by the Correction Department.

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Man pops the question in elaborate proposal at Connecticut aquariumA man had quite a catch at Mystic Aquarium in connecticut. He reeled in his bride-to-be.

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‘Very high' forest fire danger remains in effect in CTWith dry conditions continuing across the state Friday, officials say the forest fire danger level is very high.

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Trump Administration Backs Down On Withholding New Haven School Aid Over Transgender AthletesNew Haven officials say the Trump administration has backed off a threat to withhold millions in school funding to the city over a state policy that allows trans athletes to compete with others of their gender in the state's athletic conference.

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Despite Initial Worries, Lamont Says Conn. Colleges Effectively Controlling CovidGovernor Ned Lamont says Connecticut colleges and universities have so far implemented effective policies to handle COVID-19.

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Sacrifice: Quick BiteToday on Museum Quick Bites we’re taking a closer look at a Biblical bargain. Jephthah’s Daughter by Chauncey Bradley Ives is a stunning sculpture depicting a young woman’s grief upon learning she will be sacrificed.

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Meet Hartford's New State's Attorney, Who Was Just Sworn Into OfficeSharmese Walcott 40 was sworn in Friday morning as the new state's attorney for the Hartford Judicial District.

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Police: Teen passenger in car that hit CT trooper chargedBrooklyn Mahogany Marcano, 18, of Mount Vernon Road in Plantsville, Conn., was charged with interfering with an officer after she turned herself in to Connecticut State Police Troop H on an active warrant.

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Connecticut Parent Advocacy Center gets $200,000 federal grantCPAC is a statewide nonprofit that provides information and support to families of children with a disability or chronic illness, from birth to age 26.

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CT police ask for public's help solving commuter lot double homicidePolice have released information about the alleged suspects and their vehicle involved in a commuter lot double-fatal shooting last month in Manchester.

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Troupe429 celebrates Record Store Day in NorwalkTroupe429 on Wal Street, Wednesday, March 18, 2020, in Norwalk, Conn. Casey Fitzpatrick, owner of troupe429, has started a petition asking the state to allow bars to sell their bottled alcohol as they have no other way to make a profit at this time.

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Dalio Philanthropies sued for defamation by ex-Partnership for Connecticut chiefDalio Philanthropies, the charitable foundation created by Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio and his wife, Barbara Dalio, is being sued for defamation of character and breach of contract by Mary Anne Schmitt-Carey, the former chief executive of the foundation’s failed public-private educational partnership with the State of Connecticut.

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Hartford Unveils Plan to Stop Speeding on Residential StreetsHartford officials are addressing speeding in part of the city with a traffic calming project that diverts traffic to slow drivers down.

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The Hidden Costs Of 'Fast Fashion'How often do you buy new clothing? Stores like H&M and Forever 21 sell new styles at low prices, making it easy to constantly update your wardrobe.

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9/25: COVID-19 Cases Affect Several Conn. SchoolsStudents have been back in school for a short time since the schools were shut down last March due to the COVID-19 pandemic and some Connecticut school districts have sent students back home due to cases of the virus.

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Rentschler Field Food Distribution to Continue 3 Days Per WeekFoodshare had been distributing food at Rentschler Field in East Hartford to help feel families during the COVID-19 pandemic and it will continue to run the food distribution site three days per week throughout October.

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Connecticut Money: The RV retirement dream: A reality checkIf you have thought about buying an RV, or recreational vehicle, there are cons to consider alongside the better-known pros.

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Bridge in Greenwich: Learn how to respond to a takeout doubleOur weekly quiz takes on the challenging bridge topic of overcalls and takeout doubles.

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Connecticut athletic directors talk challenges for upcoming fall high school sports season including limiting spectators and dealing with quarantined During a normal fall high school sports season, athletic directors are usually dealing with issues like rescheduling games due to rain or unhappy parents.

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Connecticut man facing charges for killing bear to protect his dog a€“ JawebA Connecticut man is facing charges for fatally shooting a bear to protect his pooch, state officials said.

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Truth and Reconciliation: What Biden Must DoI don't want to vote for Joe Biden. Based on his record and his current statements, I don't think he'll make the changes necessary to truly protect all Americans....

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CT nonprofits scrambling to stay afloat during COVID, survey findsOf the 258 agencies surveyed, 21% were unsure they could cover payroll, and 28% were unsure they could maintain services, beyond the next three months.

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Commission Deadlocks On First Inspector GeneralAfter a marathon special meeting Thursday, members of the Criminal Justice Commission declined to name a nominee for Connecticut's first Inspector General, whose charge is to investigate deadly police use-of-force incidents and in-custody deaths.

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Solving public education's politically created problemsAs two members of the board of the dissolved Partnership for Connecticut, we wanted to express our thoughts on the recent article, "Murphy says Dalio partnership showed the risk of trading influence for philanthropy." We did not accept our positions on the board lightly.

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Concerned about the consequences of the new police accountability lawIn recent months, Americans have witnessed serious displays of police misconduct. Those incidents, thankfully, did not occur in Connecticut where most police departments are excellent, and well trained.

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When dealing with mental illness, police do not have the answerIt is difficult to ignore the prevalence of encounters between emotionally distressed individuals and police officers in Connecticut that result in death.

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CT man facing charges for killing bear to protect his dogWilliam O'Connor, 26, was issued a summons Tuesday after gunning down the female black bear when his dog ran toward the animal and her cubs near the property line of his residence in Thomaston, the Connecticut Post reports.

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Case of the Day  Friday, September 25, 2020CHUTZPAH, CONNECTICUT STYLE So you like your wild mountain property, with its clean, sparkling streams and majestic trees?

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WATCH WNBA: Las Vegas Aces @ Connecticut Sun Game 4 FREE LIVE!Watch the Las Vegas Aces take on the Las Vegas Aces on Sunday at 6pm via a free live stream on the Sky Sports website, Sky Sports app and Sky Sports' YouTube channel.

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U.S. Drought Monitor: Parts of Connecticut experiencing extreme droughtLong swaths of northern and eastern Connecticut are now experiencing an extreme drought, the second-driest level, the U.S. Drought Monitor said Thursday.

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New Initiative Increasing Food Assistance Across ConnecticutState and local officials gathered in the town of Windsor on Thursday to tackle the issue that's plaguing hundreds of thousands: food insecurity.

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Date Set for Phase 3 Reopening in ConnecticutRestaurants and other businesses will soon be able to increase their indoor capacity as cooler weather moves in.

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Hundreds Rally in New Haven Following Breonna Taylor Case DecisionEmotions are running high, including here in Connecticut, following the announcement that no officers were charged with the death of Breonna Taylor.

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Lamont Easing COVID Restrictions: 'We've Earned The Right'Connecticut will move to a third phase of easing COVID-19 restrictions on Oct. 8, permitting theaters and concert halls to reopen on a limited basis and increasing the indoor capacity of restaurants and event venues as the New England weather turns crisp.

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Amid a reckoning on police violence, Criminal Justice Commission deadlocks on inspector general nominationWorking under a new law in unprecedented terrain, it's unclear how to resolve the situation to fill the role to increase accountability in law enforcement.

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2 Charged With Murder in Death of Waterbury WomanTwo people from Waterbury have been charged with murder in the death of a woman whose remains were found in Watertown, according to police.

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Connecticut Residents Can Now Be Fined For Coronavirus Protocol ViolationsConnecticut Residents Can Now Be Fined For Coronavirus Protocol Violations - Bridgeport, CT - Bridgeport officials will be responding to calls reported to the city hotline, as well as doing "spot checks" at local establishments.

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Experts: Taylor Case Could Bring Emotional Toll"You realize no matter how many times you're doing this, Black people are still dying," said Keren Prescott of Power Up Manchester.

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Warrant: Connecticut workplace shooter says gun fired by accidentSOUTH WINDSOR, Conn. — A man charged with wounding his boss and another employee in a shooting at a Connecticut trucking company told police his handgun fired by accident and he only intended to scare his manager, according to an arrest warrant released Thursday.

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Lamont easing COVID restrictions: 'We've earned the right.'Connecticut will move to a third phase of easing COVID-19 restrictions on Oct. 8, permitting theaters and concert halls to reopen on a limited basis and increasing the indoor capacity of restaurants and event venues as the New England weather turns crisp.

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UConn partners with public schools to add social work students for supportIn need of more support staff, public schools are teaming up with UConn's School of Social Work to bring graduate students into the mix.

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Federal report: Net earnings in Connecticut plummet, but overall income increases due to government relief paymentsNet earnings in Connecticut plummeted at an annualized rate of 29% in the second quarter of 2020 amid the partial economic shutdown, according to a new federal estimate.

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UPDATED: Lamont announces Phase 3 of reopening to begin Oct. 8; indoor dining for restaurants, capacity for other gatherings increasedGov. Ned Lamont is increasing limits for indoor dining to three-quarters of seating capacity as the cold weather makes outdoor service less of a viable option for Connecticut restaurants.

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Former CEO of CT education partnership takes panel that includes Lamont, Dalios to arbitrationMary Anne Schmitt Carey also filed a lawsuit Thursday seeking $2.5 million in damages from the Dalio's charitable foundation and from another previous employer.

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Commission to nominate official to probe killings by policeHARTFORD — A Connecticut commission on Thursday is nominating the first inspector general to investigate police officers’ use of deadly force, a position created in a new, wide-ranging police accountability law.

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Concerns Over Drought Grow in ConnecticutFive Connecticut counties have been asked to cut their water usage as concerns grow over the drought.

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LISTEN: New CBIA Head: 'We Need The Partisan Bickering In DC To Stop'The new leader of Connecticut's largest business organization is now in his second month on the job.

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Alyssa Thomas returns from shoulder injury to lead Connecticut Sun past Las Vegas AcesAlyssa Thomas, knocked out of Game 2 two days ago by a dislocated shoulder, made a surprise start and led the Connecticut Sun to a 77-68 victory over the Las Vegas Aces on Thursday night for a 2-1 lead in the best-of-five semifinal series.

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'Loneliness is the next crisis:' CT prepares to loosen restrictions on indoor nursing home visitsUnder the new CMS regulations, indoor visits are permitted so long as community spread is limited and the proper precautions are taken.

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Seattle Storm surge past Minnesota Lynx for 2-0 series lead in WNBA semifinals; Connecticut Sun take Game 3 vs. Las Vegas AcesBRADENTON, Fla. – Jewell Loyd scored 20 points and the Seattle Storm beat the Minnesota Lynx 89-79 on Thursday night to take a 2-0 lead in the best-of-5 WNBA semifinal series.

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Lamont Increases Indoor Capacity at Restaurants, Banquet HallsConnecticut will move into Phase 3 of its reopening plan on Oct. 8, permitting businesses like restaurants to increase the capacity of customers allowed indoors to 75%, but leaving bars closed, Gov.

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Late Newsman Morley Safer's Connecticut Home Comes to MarketThe longtime Chester, Conn., getaway of late and legendary broadcast journalist Morley Safer come for sale with an asking price of $1.45 million.

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Phase 3 of Connecticut's Reopen Plan Set to Begin October 8Phase 3 of Connecticut's reopening efforts to begin on October 8 @GovNedLamont.

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New London County Among Five Counties Under Drought AdvisoryDugan Tillman-Brown has experienced dry spells on his farm in North Stonington. This is the worst.

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Connecticut treasurer joins with Ford Foundation on diversity effortConnecticut state Treasurer Shawn T. Wooden announced that his office is partnering with the Ford Foundation, to assemble a coalition of CEOs to advance racial and economic security and opportunity both within and outside of their companies.

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Connecticut Phase 3 Reopening Set to Begin Oct. 8Governor Ned Lamont announced that the state will move into Phase 3 of its reopening on Oct.

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Murphy: Dems ready 'to jump at the first sign' Trump tries to shut down voteHe also said Senate Democrats are speaking with their GOP colleagues “to make sure they are ready for a potential transmission” of power if President Donald Trump does not acknowledge election results that would oust him from office.

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CT COVID-19 Update: Phase 3 Guidelines, 4 p.m.Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont is expected to discuss guidelines for Phase 3 of the coronavirus mitigation effort today at 4 p.m.

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PPP Has Been Spent, Now What?The Payroll Protection Program, which gave businesses access to capital, has ended but some businesses have yet to fully recover.

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Connecticut Gov. Lamont Congratulates 4 Public Schools on Being National Blue Ribbon SchoolsGovernor Lamont Congratulates Four Connecticut Public Schools on Being Named 2020 National Blue Ribbon Schools Schools in Coventry, Cheshire, Danbury, and Vernon Earn National Distinction MIDDLETOWN, Â Governor Ned Lamont and Connecticut Education Commissioner Miguel Cardona are congratulating four public schools in Connecticut on being named...

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Connecticut Sun's Alyssa Thomas leads team to Game 3 winSun forward Alyssa Thomas, who left Tuesday's Game 2 with a shoulder injury, started Thursday and scored a game-high 23 points to lead Connecticut to a 77-68 win over the Aces.

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COVID data added to Google Maps: COVID in CTGoogle said Thursday that there would be a layer added to Google Maps showing the rate of coronavirus in any area.

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Ellis Ruley park in Norwich added to Connecticut Freedom TrailThe park on the homestead property of African American folk artist Ellis Walter Ruley was added to the Connecticut Freedom Trail on Thursday.

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72-Year-Old Man Dies After Being Struck in StamfordA 72-year-old Stamford man has died after he was struck by a vehicle on Thursday morning, according to police.

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Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont Announces Plans For Phase 3 ReopeningIt includes allowing restaurants and salons to open at 75% capacity indoors.

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Conn. Rep. Himes: Republicans Are Doing Nothing While Americans Are DyingHouse Democrats call the U.S. to reaching 200,000 COVID-19 related deaths a "grim milestone," and are continuing to urge Republicans to work with them to pass another federal coronavirus relief package.

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Best Place to Live, Blue Ribbon School: A Week in the Life of Cheshire, CT  Connecticut by the NumbersOn Thursday, Governor Ned Lamont and Connecticut Education Commissioner Miguel Cardona congratulated four public schools in Connecticut on being named 2020 National Blue Ribbon Schools by the U.S. Department of Education.

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New principal named to Fox Run Elementary SchoolNew principal Sylvia Sanders is set to be approved to this appointment at next month's Board of Education meeting.

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Happy 2 See You: Getting Seniors Socializing in the Age of COVID-19People helping cooped up senior citizens in Hartford have an innovative way to get them out of the house in the age of COVID-19.

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Meriden to Allow High School Football to Be Played This FallThe City of Meriden said Thursday it will allow high school football to be played this fall.

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New Haven Police Investigate Shooting of Teen, Robbery of Pizza Delivery DriverNew Haven police are investigating the shooting of a teen early Thursday morning as well as the armed robbery of a pizza delivery driver on Wednesday night....

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Reopen CT: Phase 3 of Connecticut's reopening efforts set to begin on October 8, Gov. Lamont saysOn Thursday, Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont announced the third Phase of the state's reopening efforts, which will allow for 75% indoor capacity at restaurants beginning October 8.

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Connecticut Schools Reportedly Reach Tentative Agreement with OCR on Transgender AthletesA local news source from New Haven, Connecticut, reported that the New Haven Public Schools and the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights have reached a tentative agreement on their current transgender athlete dispute.

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Police: NJ man charged with sending explicit photos to Greenwich teenGreenwich officers picked up the suspect in Passaic for booking on the local felony charge, police said.

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Commission fails to nominate prosecutor for new office tasked with investigating police killings in Connecticut; sends 2 recommendations to lawmakersThe state's Criminal Justice Commission, in two deadlock votes Thursday, failed to nominate a prosecutor for the new role of inspector general, a key position tasked with investigating police killings in Connecticut, opting instead to send the names of both finalists to the legislature for consideration.

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Connecticut moves to expand restaurant capacity, gatheringsCapacity at Connecticut restaurants, hair salons, libraries, and certain outdoor and indoor event and performing arts venues will increase beginning Oct.

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AssuredPartners acquires Connecticut agencyAssuredPartners Inc. has acquired People's United Insurance Agency for $120 million cash, Lake Mary, Florida-based AssuredPartners said in a statement Thursday.

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Police: Juvenile found with keys to stolen car in Belle HavenThe suspect was charged larceny after responding officers found him near a car that was reported stolen in Stamford, according to the arrest report.

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Lamont: Connecticut to enter Phase 3 of reopening in early OctoberProvided by WCBS Radio New York HARTFORD, Conn. - Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont on Thursday announced the state will be moving into Phase 3 of its reopening in early October.

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Survey Finds That COVID-19 Has Changed How Connecticut WorksHARTFORD, CT  The COVID-19 pandemic has caused greater damage to Connecticut's economy than the 2008-2010 recession, according to a new survey.

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CT Magazine Best of Connecticut 2020: Sushi and noodlesConnecticut Magazine released this year's "Best of Connecticut" list debuting a new, souped-up reader survey to create the list.

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Middletown Salvation Army among pantries getting milk coolersFunding was also disbursed so agencies can fill these refrigerated containers.

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DEEP: Forest fire danger is ‘very high' in CTThis photo is from a forest fire in Windham earlier this month. less.

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Hartford Announces Coronavirus Testing for HPS Students, Uptick in Cases Around City in SeptemberLeaders of the city of Hartford and Hartford Public Schools announced on Thursday new COVID-19 testing options for symptomatic students and cohorts of students in partnership with Hartford HealthCare and Trinity Health of New of New England.

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How Segregation Persists In 'Progressive' New EnglandDespite progress in civil rights, segregated communities still exist throughout New England. This week on NEXT, we look at how housing laws and discrimination influence where we live.

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CT Magazine Best of Connecticut 2020: Sushi and noodlesConnecticut Magazine released this year's "Best of Connecticut" list debuting a new, souped-up reader survey to create the list.

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The Day / Connecticut commission to nominate official to probe killings by police / News from southeastern ConnecticutA Connecticut commission on Thursday is nominating the first inspector general to investigate police officers' use of deadly force, a position created in a new, wide-ranging police accountability law.

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Connecticut commission to nominate official to probe killings by policeA Connecticut commission on Thursday is nominating the first inspector general to investigate police officers' use of deadly force, a position created in a new, wide-ranging police accountability law.

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3rd person charged in Connecticut teen's killing last yearHARTFORD, Conn. — A third person was arrested and charged in the shooting last September that killed 17-year-old Usher Hanns and injured three other people, Hartford police said.

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Rocky Hill Students Approached by "Carrying School Children" Van not Tied to District: PoliceRocky Hill police are investigating after a van with a "Carrying School Children" sign on it approached two middle school students on Wednesday morning and the driver offered them a ride.

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As Connecticut Tries To Keep COVID Low, An Unexpected Tool: Poop!Guests Jordan Peccia - Thomas E. Golden Jr. Professor of Environmental Engineering at Yale University Dr. Albert Ko - Department Chair and Professor of Epidemiology at Yale School of Public Health; he was Co-Chair of the Reopen CT Advisory Group and continues to serve as an advisor to Governor Lamont on Connecticut's COVID-19 response Mayor...

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26th Annual Hotchkiss School Swimathon benefiting Special Olympics goes on despite changing tidesThe Hotchkiss School has held its Swimathon fundraiser to benefit Special Olympics Connecticut athletes for the last 25 years at the school pool where hundreds of students, staff members, and local friends would receive donations for the number of laps they swam.

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Connecticut Governor Lamont Announces the Launch of Emergency Food ResourcesGovernor Lamont Announces Launch of Initiative To Provide Emergency Food Resources for Connecticut’s Food Pantries MIDDLETOWN,  Governor Ned Lamont, Lt.

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2 Hartford Schools in Lockdown After Report of Armed Person in AreaThe Kinsella Magnet School of Performing Art and Sport and Medical Sciences Academy in Hartford are on lockdown as a precaution after reports of an armed person in the area, according to police.

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Man Found Dead in Car in Bridgeport Had Been Shot: PolicePolice found a man dead in a car in Bridgeport when they responded to reports of gunshots and they are investigating.

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A utility microgrid system would divideA recent article featured a discussion centered on how Connecticut ought to bury all of it major power lines in order to avoid future outages such as we have recently experienced. Same old.

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State Police Looking for Information to Solve Fatal Shootings at Manchester Commuter LotState police are trying to solve the shooting deaths of two people in a commuter lot in Manchester in August and they are asking people with information to come forward.

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Connecticut Garden Journal: How To Care For DahliasOur dahlias have been magnificent this year. The plants are growing large and flowering up a storm.

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2020 WNBA Semifinals Game 3 Preview: #1 Las Vegas vs #7 ConnecticutThe two teams are tied up at one win each in their five game series.

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Police investigating after gunshot victim arrives at Norwalk HospitalSgt. Sofia Gulino confirmed the victim came to Norwalk Hospital in an email around 8:30 p.m.

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Connecticut Could Soon Get A 12th Chick-fil-AConnecticut may soon get its 12th Chick-fil-A.Plans have been submitted to the town of Manchester to open a restaurant at The Plaza at Buckland Hills on Pleasant Valley Road over by the Taco Bell.

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Lamont to Participate in Roundtable on Pandemic's Impact on CollegesGov. Ned Lamont will take part in a roundtable discussion today on the impact the COVID-19 pandemic is having on higher education.

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Police Release New Information on Workplace Shooting in South WindsorPolice have released more information on a workplace shooting in South Windsor on Tuesday morning and said the man suspected of shooting a co-worker he is related to was frustrated about being assigned trucks that did not work and an unemployment claim filed in his name and the gun went off accidentally, according to the affidavit.

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Four Connecticut elementary schools win 2020 National Blue Ribbon awardFour Connecticut public schools received the 2020 National Blue Ribbon award from the U.S. Department of Education Thursday.

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As Connecticut Tries To Keep COVID Low, An Unexpected Tool: Poop!As Connecticut looks to keep COVID numbers low, some researchers have turned to studying poop - as a tool to help public health officials.

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Two Wounded in Connecticut Workplace Shooting, Suspect in CustodyA shooter opened fire and wounded two people outside a Connecticut business Tuesday and was taken into custody at gunpoint on a highway in Massachusetts, police said.

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UConn Health is First ‘HEARTSafe Campus' Medical Center in ConnecticutUConn Health has been designated the first 'HEARTSafe' medical center campus in the state, thanks to an extended effort to make life-saving medical equipment readily available throughout the campus.

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1 Million Raised, 8 Thousand Women HelpedCoronavirus means the 15th annual Capital Catwalk to benefit Dress for Success Hartford had to be virtual.

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Connecticut Should Repeal Nursing Home Legal Immunity for COVID-19 DeathsConnecticut should no longer shield nursing homes from responsibility for the errors they could and should have prevented.

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Connecticut will now issue fines for social distancing violationsLast Tuesday, Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont issued an executive order to issue fines for those who attend or host larger gatherings than the state has allowed, or those who do not wear masks in public places, according to Executive Order No.

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Coffee shop coming to RiversideThe operation on East Putnam Avenue will take up some 2,000 square feet, and there will be an outdoor area and a walk-up window.

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Activists Continue 12-Hour Rally for Social Justice Amid Breonna Taylor DecisionA rally that started Wednesday night in Manchester in response to the decision over charges in the death of Breonna Taylor continues Thursday morning.

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After a quiet summer, Connecticut's COVID-19 numbers are climbing again. Here's why.As Connecticut's COVID-19 metrics have moved in the wrong direction in recent weeks, state and local health officials, as well as medical experts, have struggled to pinpoint a single cause for the uptick.

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ANALYSISCase Prevalence Per 10,000, By Town For the week ending September 23 So a lot is going on right now, I know.

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Lawmakers Ready Special Session AgendaHARTFORD, CT  Connecticut lawmakers will be back at the state Capitol next week to tackle a number of issues just weeks before an election.

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As Lamont prepares to ease COVID restrictions, he will also explain how they could returnGov. Ned Lamont is expected Tuesday to ease pandemic restrictions further on business and other activities, despite modestly rising infection rates and an imminent flu season.

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2-Alarm Fire Damage Stores in MilfordThree stores have sustained heavy damages after a 2-alarm fire broke out in Milford Wednesday night.

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2020 WNBA Semifinals Game 3 Preview: #1 Las Vegas vs #7 ConnecticutIt was a hell of a game to watch, with the largest margin through three quarters coming when DeWanna Bonner hammered in a three-pointer to put Connecticut up 53-46 with 7:10 left in the third quarter.

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Connecticut Could Soon Get A 12th Chick-fil-AConnecticut may soon get its 12th Chick-fil-A.Plans have been submitted to the town of Manchester to open a restaurant at The Plaza at Buckland Hills on Pleasant Valley Road over by the Taco Bell.

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As Connecticut Tries To Keep COVID Low, An Unexpected Tool: Poop!As Connecticut looks to keep COVID numbers low, some researchers have turned to studying poop - as a tool to help public health officials.

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First report on Connecticut's real-time, opioid overdose tracking system reveals higher number of cases in Hartford CountyIn the state's first year of tracking suspected opioid overdoses in real time, the new program registered 131 spikes in cases - more than a third of them in Hartford County - to create an early warning system that may save more lives.

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Single-Family Home Sales Surging In ConnecticutBooming. That's how real estate experts describe Connecticut's housing market right now. According to data provided by the Greater Hartford Association of...

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Health Officials Warn of Jump in COVID-19 Cases in Young People in CheshireThe Chesprocott Health District says in Cheshire they're seeing 10 times as many young people testing positive compared to older adults.

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Gatherings May Have Led to COVID-19 Cases at Fairfield High Schools: Town OfficialsTown officials in Fairfield say as many as 100 people may have to quarantine after six people tied to the high school community tested positive for COVID-19....

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Restaurants Ready For Perfect StormFrom contact tracing to extra cleaning, restaurants in Connecticut and across the border in Massachusetts are doing everything they can to make sure customers feel comfortable dining inside.

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COVID-19 and the Census: What the Numbers ShowSince April, the Census Bureau has been conducting a weekly Household Pulse Survey to see how COVID-19 is impacting our everyday lives.

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Activists Pushing for Social Justice Disappointed by Taylor DecisionThose fighting for social justice say they were disappointed by the decision not to charge any police officers directly with the death of Breonna Taylor.

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Lamont hopes to expand Connecticut's already surging anti-layoff programAnd while the governor estimated 95% of the state's businesses are operating - albeit many in limited fashion - only about 85% of Connecticut's workforce currently is employed.

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CDC directs Connecticut to come up with a COVID-19 vaccine distribution planConnecticut, meanwhile, has just begun to put together a group that will develop that plan.

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New Restaurants in New Haven Get Off the Ground Amidst COVID-19There's a bright spot for business in downtown New Haven as three new restaurants officially opened to the public Wednesday.

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Bus Driver For Waterbury Schools Tests Positive for COVID-19A bus driver who works with the Waterbury Public Schools district has tested positive for COVID-19, the district confirmed Wednesday.

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Connecticut Sun bracing to be without injured Alyssa ThomasThe two-time All-Star had an MRI on her shoulder Wednesday but coach Curt Miller didn't have the results as of his afternoon Zoom call.

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Connecticut Governor Lamont Announces Expansion of State's Shared Work ProgramGovernor Lamont Announces Expansion of the State’s Shared Work Program To Help Employers Navigate Economic Impact of Pandemic MIDDLETOWN,  Governor Ned Lamont today announced that as companies continue navigating the impact of the ongoing, global COVID-19 pandemic, the State of Connecticut will be expanding its Shared Work program,...

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Connecticut Fall Foliage ReportA little known fact is that the Connecticut River, starting at the mouth of Long Island Sound and going up toward East Haddam, will hold the foliage the longest - into the first week or so of November.

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Connecticut Gov. Lamont Announces DECD Awarded $1.4 Million for Pilot ProgramGovernor Lamont Announces Connecticut Awarded $1.4 Million for Pilot Program To Strengthen Defense Manufacturing Supply Chains Digital Model Initiative to Promote Use of 3-D Design and Manufacturing Technology Governor Ned Lamont today announced that a Connecticut consortium, led by the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community...

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Third Suspect Charged in Shooting Death of 17-Year-Old in HartfordA third suspect has been charged in a quadruple shooting that killed a 17-year-old boy in Hartford last year.

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CDC gives CT an Oct. 16 deadline, and $2.4 million, to come up with a COVID-19 vaccine distribution planRedfield has given all states a deadline of Oct 16 to supply the CDC with a distribution plan for a vaccine whose supply will be limited and initially available to only a small percentage of each state's residents.

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Connecticut's Event Industry Wants Answers On Pandemic RestrictionsIt's been seven months since a large event like a wedding has been permitted indoors in Connecticut.

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Mystic Business Owner Named Small Business Person of the YearMatt Beaudoin's business in Mystic is built on tradition. "Mystic Knotwork is an artisan handmade business," said Beaudoin.

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How ESPN Came to BristolFall 2009 Subscribe/Buy the Issue! It is hard to imagine that today's leader in sports entertainment rose from the shadows of South Mountain in sleepy Bristol, Connecticut.

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Lamont Touts Shared Work ProgramMIDDLETOWN, CT  Connecticut will expand a program to supplement the wages of workers struggling with reduced hours as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov.

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1 of These Lawyers Could Become Hartford's Next State's Attorney ThursdayThe state's Criminal Justice Commission will meet Thursday and interview four candidates for the job.

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Protesters Continue To Follow LamontAnti-mask protesters have become a fixture at Gov. Ned Lamont's public appearances in recent days.

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Letter: Dan Carter will ‘support Connecticut's businesses'I am so pleased that Dan Carter is a candidate for state Representative for the 2nd District.

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Bellator Featherweight Champion Patricio Pitbull To Face Rafael Carvalho on November 12thThe long-awaited matchup between Patricio Pitbull and Rafael Carvalho is now expected to happen on November 12th.

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Marshall "Major" Taylor and William Fenn: The Fastest Men on Two WheelsMonday, October 5, 1900 was a fair Hartford evening. The intersection of Blue Hills and Albany avenues glittered with the glare of incandescent bulbs as an audience of several thousand waited to watch a bicycle race between the local boy wonder William Fenn and the world champion Marshall Taylor — among the fastest men on two wheels in...

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Connecticut; Shannon Wicker Sentenced to 5 Years in PrisonConnecticut; Shannon Wicker Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison for Federal Gun Possession Offense - USAO-CT – John H. Durham, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that Shannon Wicker, also known as “Bishop, ” 34, of New Haven, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Jeffrey A. Meyer in New Haven to&.

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Court: Alleged ringleader in ATM fraud busted by Greenwich copsA bank notified the financial-crime unit of the Greenwich police about the activity, which court documents said involved withdrawing funds from 'worthless' deposited checks.

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Judge Loosens Bond Restrictions for Michelle Troconis; GPS Monitoring to RemainA judge has changed the bond restrictions for Michelle Troconis, her attorney said Wednesday, including taking her off house arrest and removing her curfew.

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Legislature needs clear thinkers like Cindy HarrisonI am a registered Democrat who is concerned about the financial stability of Connecticut. Cindy Harrison, Republican nominee for the 69th House District seat, is the person to help fix the problem....

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As congresswoman, Hayes has served her district wellIn 2018, I voted for Democrat Jahana Hayes as the representative from Connecticuts 5th Congressional District.

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Southbury police seek information on missing license plateSouthbury police are seeking information on a license plate that has been reportedly missing from a Cobbler Lane resident's vehicle for several days.

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CCSU Students Reflect on Social Distancing as University Reports Downward COVID-19 TrendThere has been an uptick in coronavirus cases in Connecticut, especially in some communities with colleges.

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The trap has been set for Connecticut's renegade beefaloBuddy has been making frequent visits to the corral. Does he see the walls closing in?

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The Suspicious Colt Armory FireThe Colt Armory fire of 1864 had the characteristics of a modern conspiracy thriller: a factory producing needed war materiel that spread with lightning speed.

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PURA Extends Enrollment Period for COVID-19 Payment ProgramThe Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority has extended the enrollment period for the COVID-19 Payment Program for non-residential customers to November 1.

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Hartford HealthCare Faces Federal Fines For Alleged Violations At Natchaug HospitalA psychiatric facility in eastern Connecticut has been cited by federal workplace safety inspectors for alleged safety violations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Lamont hopes to expand CT's already surging anti-layoff programThe Shared Work Program lets companies reduce employees' hours rather than laying them off. Workers get partial state unemployment.

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Two Connecticut Towns Among 50 Best Places To Live In AmericaTwo Connecticut communities have made it onto Money magazine's list of the best 50 places in the US to live in 2020.Monye's ranking seemed to favor small cities and medium - to large-sized towns.

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Connecticut Quilts to Warm Body and SoulFall 2006 Subscribe/Buy the Issue! The cold was so intense that when I kept the &burning with all force I was still cold...

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State's COVID-19 Positivity Rate Up to 1.5%; 1 New Death ReportedConnecticut's COVID-19 positivity rate is up to 1.5%, with one new death and an increase in hospitalizations reported Wednesday.

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Dozens of New Canaan High School Students In Quarantine Following Four Positive COVID TestsOver 50 high school students in New Canaan, Connecticut, are in quarantine after four of them tested positive for the coronavirus.

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Police ID accused gunman in CT workplace shootingThe suspect in a workplace shooting that wounded two people Tuesday is expected to waive extradition, police said.

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Amid Pandemic, Restauranteur Has Grand Opening For Third Eatery In ConnecticutA local Puerto Rican restaurateur just held the grand opening for his third restaurant in Connecticut.

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Lessons Were Learned In The Primary, But Is Connecticut Ready For Election Day?Election officials in Connecticut's towns and cities learned several lessons after the state's primary election on what to expect for the upcoming general election.

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Invictus Lands $107M Loan for Connecticut CommunityThe firm secured the financing to purchase a 464-unit property in the heart of Norwalk.

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Capitol Avenue: Ballots Counted HereConnecticut's local governments try to build confidence in the electoral process ahead of a hot presidential election amid of a pandemic.

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Police Announce Charges Against Suspect in South Windsor Workplace ShootingA Springfield, Massachusetts man who is suspected in a workplace shooting in South Windsor on Tuesday morning has been charged and is being held on a $250,000 bond, according to South Windsor police.

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Breaking down Connecticut's COVID deathsWith the United States surpassing 200,000 Covid deaths - a number President Donald...

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Invasive Spotted Lanternfly Spotted In ConnecticutAn invasive and damaging bug called the Spotted Lanternfly, originally from China and India, has been detected in Greenwich and West Haven.

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Moe. Confirms October Outdoor Concerts In New Hampshire and ConnecticutExpanded an October run of socially distanced outdoor concerts with the addition of shows in Swanzey, New Hampshire and Morris, Connecticut.

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Connecticut Sun bracing to do without injured Alyssa ThomasConnecticut's road to the WNBA Finals just became a bit more dauting. The Sun are still awaiting the status of forward Alyssa Thomas, who hurt her right shoulder during the first quarter of their Game 2 loss to Las Vegas on Tuesday.

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Connecticut Sun bracing to be without injured Alyssa ThomasThe two-time All-Star had an MRI on her shoulder Wednesday but coach Curt Miller didn't have the results as of his afternoon Zoom call.

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Supreme Court Implications for ACA Worry Health Care AdvocatesHARTFORD, CT  Democratic lawmakers who co-chair the Insurance and Real Estate Committee said Tuesday there's a very real possibility the Affordable Care Act could be struck down by...

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Cops: CT College student accused of voyeurism in dorm bathroomThe 19-year-old Connecticut College student was arrested Saturday night at the school's New London campus.

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City of Charleston, State of Connecticut Among Latest to File Climate SuitsOn September 9th, the City of Charleston filed a complaint against a number of oil companies in state court alleging nuisance, trespass, and unfair trade practices related to the companies' marketing of petroleum products.

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10 Activities In Connecticut To Get You Into the Fall SpiritIt's fall y'all! There is no doubt that summer is over in Connecticut. Although the days remain sunny and beautiful, there's a slight chill in the air.

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Daily coronavirus updates: Danbury remains Connecticut's COVID-19 capital, as positivity rate, hospitalizations tick up statewideFor more than a month now Danbury has been Connecticut's coronavirus capital, and that doesn't seem to be changing.

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Governor Lamont Provides Update on Connecticut's Coronavirus Response EffortsGovernor Lamont Provides Update on Connecticut's Coronavirus Response Efforts @CTGOVERNMENT @GovNedLamont.

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SMB Profile: Christmas In ConnecticutPYMNTS spoke with the owners of two Guilford, Connecticut SMBs that are soldiering on through what they hope will be a profitable winter.

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COVID-19 Testing Is Hard To Find In ConnecticutConnecticut politicians who could not find COVID-19 testing when they needed it most have thrown a spotlight on a testing shortage during the pandemic.

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COVID-19 Cases Affect Several Conn. SchoolsWeeks after returning to the classroom after schools were shut down last March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some Connecticut school districts have sent students back home due to cases of the virus.

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‘Paper Ghosts' Podcast Investigates A Mysterious Cluster Of Rural Connecticut AbductionsWhile the podcast world is filled with true crime podcasts, "Paper Ghosts" has been gripping so many listeners that it is currently at number one status: It's.

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Lamont to Announce Program to Help Companies, Employees During PandemicGov. Ned Lamont will make an announcement Wednesday about a program to assist companies and employees in Connecticut during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Wheelhouse: CT To Review Vaccines, Halloween SafetyAmid signs of public distrust in a quick vaccine release, Governor Ned Lamont says the state will review any COVID-19 innoculation for safety and effectiveness.

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State Makes Push to Respond to Census at Emergency Food DistributionLt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz joined Foodshare at its food distribution site in East Hartford on Wednesday to hand out flyers and U.S. Census water bottles.

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Greenwich High receives national Special Olympics distinctionThe school will receive a banner to hang in recognition of its its inclusion and offerings for students with and without disabilities.

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Police: Workplace shooter to be returned to ConnecticutA man accused of wounding two people in a workplace shooting is expected to be returned Wednesday to Connecticut from Massachusetts, where police say he was taken into custody on a highway while trying to flee.

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Halloween will look different in Connecticut this yearClick here for updates on this story. GUILFORD, CT  It's still weeks away, but many are thinking about Halloween and how it will look this year.

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LISTEN: How Staffing Gaps Are Challenging Connecticut's Return To The ClassroomAmidst a lot of talk about whether or not K-12 kids should go back to the classroom is the disturbing truth that it seems increasingly as if there aren't.

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Plymouth Police Hope to Capture Elusive Beefalo This WeekPlymouth police hope to capture an elusive beefalo that's been on the loose since August by the end of the week.

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CT Magazine Best of Connecticut 2020: Pancakes and breakfast sandwichesConnecticut Magazine released this year's "Best of Connecticut" list debuting a new, souped-up reader survey to create the list.

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Connecticut's COVID-19 positivity rate and hospitalizations increase WednesdayGovernor Lamont's office released Wednesday's COVID-19 numbers showing an increase in positivity rate and current hospitalization. Provided by WTIC Hartford.

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1 Dead After Crash in CheshireOne person has died after a crash in Cheshire on Tuesday night and a road remains closed while police investigate.

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VA Connecticut Healthcare System Accused Of 'Gross Misconduct'Federal prosecutors have launched an investigation into allegations of illegal employment practices at a Veterans Affairs hospital system in Connecticut.

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Bristol Town and City Clerk's Office Temporarily Reduces Hours to Be Ready for ElectionThe Town and City Clerk's Office in Bristol is temporarily reducing the hours it will be open to help staff get ready for the November election.

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Bridgeport Officers Buy, Deliver Bike to Boy After His Was StolenBridgeport police school resource officers went out of their way to cheer up a little boy after his bike was stolen on Monday.

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New Report Shows Impact of Connecticut Overdose Tracking Program Fighting Opioid EpidemicA statewide tracking system to measure the extent of the opioid crisis in Connecticut is already yielding benefits in its first year of operation.

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Brush Fire Burns Acre in East GranbyA brush fire has burned around an acre in East Granby, police said. The brush fire is in the area of Route 187 and Spoonville Road, and there is no threat to...

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Before the Salem witch trials, there were Connecticut witch trials. ReallyIt is what a post on calls "one of the most shameful episodes in the long history of Connecticut." It includes that by 1662, - some 30 years prior to the first Salem execution, 10 other citizens of Connecticut, eight women and two men, would follow Alse Young to the same fate, according the library.

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Day Tripping in Hartford CountyVisit some or all of these awesome stops along our journey!

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New report shows impact of Connecticut overdose tracking program fighting opioid epidemicA new report shows the strong impact Connecticut's Statewide Opioid Reporting Directive is having in its first year of tracking opioid overdoses.

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Contested Norwalk sailboat sold for $24K at auctionCity officials contend Swany had been left at the Veteran's Park public dock for several weeks before they towed the boat to a mooring off Sheffield Island.

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Alyssa Thomas went down five minutes into Game 2 of the WNBA semifinals. Even without their engine, the Connecticut Sun put up a gritty fight.Just short of five minutes into Tuesday's Game 2 matchup between the Connecticut Sun and the Las Vegas Aces, the unimaginable happened: Alyssa Thomas - the Sun's engine, their "workhorse" as DeWanna Bonner put it, the player who sets the tone for the team with her toughness - went down writhing in pain, lightly stomping her feet on the floor as...

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New, Secretive Data System Shaping Federal Pandemic ResponseAs deadly Ebola raged in Africa and threatened the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention pinpointed a problem: The agency had many sources of data on the disease but no easy way to combine them, analyze them on a single platform and share the information with partners.

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'Small gathering' at CCSU results in weekly COVID rate above 3 percentNearly a month into the school year, Central Connecticut State University's weekly rate of student COVID-19 cases is above 3%, making it an outlier in the state university system.

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Six months into pandemic, just two families have received aid from state's rental assistance programOnly two out of 7,400 applicants have received aid from a rental assistance program, resulting in a backlog of applicants and mounting frustrations.

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‘Positive and hopeful:' Greenwich family adapts its fight against rare disorderFor years, DART has raised funds for research into a rare disease that has impacted the Marella family.

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Let's not waste this nasty pandemicNow, despite the President's magic thinking, Dr. Anthony Fauci tells us we're stuck with this pandemic for another year or so.

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Police Cancel Silver Alert For Missing Hamden ManA Silver Alert has been canceled for an 84-year-old man who was reported missing from Hamden on Wednesday.

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Police: Workplace shooter extradited, charged with assaultA truck driver accused of shooting his boss and wounding another person outside a Connecticut industrial building was charged Wednesday with assault and other crimes after being brought back from Massachusetts, where police arrested him at gunpoint on a highway.

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Halloween will look different in Connecticut this yearIt's still weeks away, but many are thinking about Halloween and how it will look this year.

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Connecticut loses Alyssa Thomas, then Game 2 of WNBA semifinals against Las VegasAlyssa Thomas, the two-time All-Star forward, left Game 2 of Connecticut's WNBA semifinals series with Las Vegas favoring her right shoulder after getting tangled up in the paint with A'ja Wilson just five minutes in.

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Two Connecticut towns make Money's list of best places to live, reflecting pandemic prioritiesSouth Windsor and Cheshire are among the "Best Places to Live in the U.S.," according to Money magazine's 2020 list.

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East Norwalk development plan clears Common Council hurdleThe plan would allow any development in the new zoning area - which stretches through a large chunk of East Norwalk - to build more than two-and-a-half stories or to exceed current density requirements.

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17-Year-Old Injured in Hartford ShootingA 17-year-old was injured in a shooting in Hartford Tuesday. Police said the teen was grazed while in the area of 126 Brook St. He was conscious, alert and...

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Wilson has 29 points, 7 blocks; Aces even series with SunA'ja Wilson had 29 points, seven rebounds and a career-high seven blocks to lead the top-seeded Las Vegas Aces past the Connecticut Sun 83-75 on Tuesday night to even the best-of-five playoff series at 1-1.

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Springfield man wanted for Connecticut workplace shooting arrestedAlan Rosario, 33, allegedly shot two male victims in the parking lot of a business office park in South Windsor, Conn., police said.

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A€˜We Need to Turn the Tide:' Sacred Heart Students Warned To Take COVID-19 SeriouslyThe president of Sacred Heart University in Fairfield recently delivered a tough message to students: get serious about the coronavirus quickly or face the possibility of switching to virtual learning.

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New Haven Alders Vote to Rename Columbus DayThe New Haven Board of Alders voted to change the name of the Christopher Columbus holiday in the city, opting for "Italian Heritage Day." But some in the...

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Sacred Heart considers suspending in-person classes as COVID cases climb"We are at a real point of decision about the future of the semester on ground," Sacred Heart President John Petillo said.

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Connecticut Sun's Alyssa Thomas leaves Game 2 with right shoulder injury as Las Vegas Aces tie seriesAlyssa Thomas, the Sun's second-leading scorer and leading rebounder during the regular season, left Connecticut's Game 2 loss to Las Vegas on Tuesday with a shoulder injury.

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State's COVID-19 Positivity Rate Remains Above 1%Connecticut's COVID-19 positivity rate remained just above 1% on Tuesday, a trend that has continued for nearly two weeks.

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Connecticut Bill Would Invite Competition To Run Energy Efficiency ProgramsA proposal buried at the end of Connecticut's so-called "take back our grid" legislation would potentially make utilities compete for control of the energy.

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Connecticut State Universities Cancel Spring BreakThe spring semester at those four schools will begin on Jan. 26, one week later than originally scheduled.

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Conn. ACA Supporters Say Federal Law At Risk In Ginsburg's AbsenceLess than a week after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death, her vacant seat on the U.S. Supreme Court has set up what is sure to be a contentious battle among legislators on how to proceed.

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Connecticut Offers Several Ways To Vote In 2020 ElectionVoters can request an absentee ballot and vote by mail.

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Connecticut to help tourism sites; provides loan to aquariumPreston, Conn. — The state of Connecticut is providing a $7 million loan to the Mystic Aquarium, a nonprofit that's been hit hard financially after being forced to close for almost four months because of the pandemic.

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Mystic Aquarium restructures for COVIDThe governor and his entourage came Tuesday to celebrate a financial restructuring that will leave the aquarium with minimal debt, stabilizing the finances of Connecticut's largest tourist attraction as it recovers from COVID-19 revenue losses.

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Return of Rush Hour on Connecticut Highways? Not QuiteIn March, Connecticut highways suddenly became eerily quiet. State Department of Transportation traffic data offers a new snapshot of what rush hour looks like now six months into the coronavirus crisis.

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VA Connecticut Hiring Practices Under InvestigationThe U.S. Office of Special Counsel is investigating allegations of illegal employment practices at VA Connecticut Healthcare System connected to the hiring of seven in top management positions­—who are all former co-workers of the system's director.

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Seattle Storm top Minnesota Lynx with Game 1 buzzer-beater; Las Vegas Aces even series vs. Connecticut SunAlysha Clark's putback at the buzzer lifted the Seattle Storm past the Minnesota Lynx 88-86 on Tuesday night in the first game of the semifinal series.

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New video shows meeting between Norwalk senator, police officers prior to spitting incidentNorwalk Police Union President David O'Connor argues the newly released footage, which was taken from an officer's cellphone, is at odds with Duff's portrayal of the July 24 incident.

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Blumenthal, Murphy pitch Biden phone bank in CT aimed at voters in battleground statesChris Murphy said Connecticut's senators have 'surplus energy' to spend on helping Joe Biden in other states.

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Death toll in state nears 5K as country tops 200KHARTFORD  The COVID-19 death toll in Connecticut inched closer to 5,000 as deaths topped 200,000 nationally on Tuesday.

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Auditors: More state police needed to control surging overtimeAuditors found that 56% of the troopers surveyed made more in OT than in base pay.

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Independent High School Football Leagues Hope to Kick Off in the FallSince the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference canceled full-contact high school football in the fall, independent leagues are gaining traction across the state.

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Norwalk police debut ‘roving' community outreach vanThe Norwalk Police Department unveiled its Community Engagement Van, a new mobile outpost that officials say will help community police officers connect with the neighborhoods they are sworn to protect.

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CT Democrats: Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death will affect health careState lawmakers pledge to protect health care locally if Ginsburg's replacement on the Supreme Court helps sink the Affordable Care Act.

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Connecticut loses Alyssa Thomas, then Game 2 of WNBA semifinals against Las VegasAlyssa Thomas, the two-time All-Star forward, left Game 2 of Connecticut's WNBA semifinals series with Las Vegas favoring her right shoulder after getting tangled up in the paint with A'ja Wilson just five minutes in.

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Columnist Powell entitled to opinion, but not factsThe Sept. 13 Sunday Republican column by Connecticut writer Chris Powell continues the newspapers subtle attacks on Blacks and their supporters.

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Linehan truly engages her communityI write in support of Connecticut state Rep. Liz Linehan, D-Cheshire. I never have met a politician who so deeply and genuinely engages his or her community.

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Rep. Hayes, brilliant and forceful, has earned a new termIn 2018, I did some volunteer work for the Jahana Hayes campaign for Connecticut's 5th Congressional District seat, and got to know this brilliant and forceful woman who was then best known as 2016 National Teacher of the Year.

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5 New COVID-19 Hot Spots Including Rhode Island Added to Conn. Travel Quarantine AdvisoryFive new COVID-19 hot spots were added to Connecticut's travel advisory list on Tuesday. The states and territories on the list require people who travel...

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Police: Brothers arrested after dispute in GreenwichOfficers responded to a report of a night-time dispute and made two arrests, according to the Greenwich Police Department.

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Pro soccer takes center stage in Connecticut at Dillon Stadium and Rentschler FieldHartford Athletic plays its home finale during a remarkable turnaround season, while Toronto FC of the MLS plays its first game at Rentschler Field.

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A'ja Wilson is clutch as Aces even series with ConnecticutThe 2020 WNBA MVP led all players with 29 points and seven blocks in Las Vegas' 83-75 Game 2 win.

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