A bear, tricky travel and Connecticut's gun laws had you contributing to News 8's Report It this week.
Some of those familiar wedding day traditions are apparently going out the window for many newlyweds.
(WTNH) -- New research suggests teenagers are reducing their time on Facebook and using Twitter more because there's too much "drama" on FB.
Report It isn't always about the serious fire or major car crash that halted traffic. Sometimes it's as fun an interesting as the prom or the random turkey.
News 8's Jeff Valin is hanging out with the performers from the Ringling Brother and Barnum & Bailey Circus, which is in Hartford at the XL Center this
Photos from several intense fire filled the Report It inbox this week, and that's not all you showed us.
Really cool or really disgusting -- there's a product out there that lets you own jewelry made with breast milk.
A father was upset on seeing a 'Hey Babe' sticker on a Lego product, and he was even more upset with the company's initial reply.
(WTNH) -- Would you want to wear a shirt its maker says can be worn a hundred times without washing?
Would you pay a $25 fee to visit the 9/11 museum at the World Trade Center site in New York? Some are balking at the price.
Firefighters were busy this week, and you were there to Report It to News 8. We also got some spectacular pictures of a Bald Eagle.
We hear frequently about Silver Alerts for people with dementia who have been reported missing. There is a push to have people with dementia carry GPS devices
Want to be in a relationship -- first, sign this contract. We're not sure if you can call it a trend, but it's happening in New York City.
Food allergies are a tough thing for any parent with school age children to handle. One parent took to Slate.com to urge parents not to be careful when
Not everyone at UConn is happy over plans for a new student fitness center, because student fees will go up $500 for undergrad students to pay for the
A Readington Township, New Jersey, middle school principal has banned strapless dresses from the 8th grade prom, calling them too distracting.