The Connecticut Labor Department says last month's massive snowstorm apparently disrupted business and transportation, leading to a loss of 5,700 jobs. The
Jeff Adams of the Connecticut Department of Transportation talks about the slushy road conditions in this interview from 5:15 a.m.
Photos of residents and animals making paths through the snow after the February blizzard.
State police spokesman Lt. J. Paul Vance said "It's just simply a treacherous drive out there this morning."
Lawmakers are making sure people dealing with storm clean-up don't become victims of price gouging. They say more needs to be done to protect folks from being
What happens when you put together pictures of snow, photos from Maine and throw in a little Harlem shake? You get a pretty random Report It recap.
This month's blizzard buried the city under 30 inches of snow - and nearly $1.7 million in bills.
Pictures of Blizzard 2013 kept dropping in to the Report It inbox this week, two weeks after the historic storm. Here's a look.
About 400 car owners will have to pay Bridgeport $74,000 in parking and towing fees from the Feb. 8-9 snow storm that buried much of the Northeast.
Some streets in Bridgeport are still covered by snow, one week after the the Blizzard of 2013. The city's response to the big storm is the focus of a public
Tragedy hit a Milford Family when both parents died after being hit on the side of the road. Two days after the blizzard they were walking along the shoulder
Kids throughout New Haven are sitting in classrooms on a day they should be on winter break, but that break came early thanks to the blizzard of 2013.
Bridgeport residents will get the chance tonight to let city leaders know how they feel about city's efforts during the Blizzard of 2013.
Another pedestrian forced to walk on a Milford street because sidewalks were covered by snow has died a week after she and three family members were struck by
It's been more than a week since Blizzard 2013 hit and people in the state's biggest city are still fuming.
More than a week after the blizzard of 2013, there are communities where snow still hasn't been cleared from sidewalks, causing a dangerous situation.