U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal will join Senator Chris Murphy outside of the Colt Gateway building in Hartford to take a stand against racial inequality.
Day three of Connecticut’s Phase Two reopening, and we know the state has focused a lot of attention on testing and increasing the number of tests given out weekly.
U.S. Senator Chris Murphy has expressed his concerns to News 8 about Connecticut starting phase 1 of reopening the state on May 20.
Mothers of gun violence victims, state leaders gather for National Gun Violence Awareness Day event in Hartford
Friday, June 5 is National Gun Violence Awareness Day, and state officials and awareness advocates gathered at Saint Francis Hospital to discuss the tough topic Friday.
The Supreme Court ruled on Thursday the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, better known as DACA, was illegally rescinded by the Trump Administration.
Even though portions of Connecticut’s economy reopened last week, food insecurity, meaning people struggling to have enough to eat, continues to be a growing problem.
Capitol Report: Reopen debate center stage in D.C., News 8’s live virtual town hall addresses issues facing CT ahead of reopening
The ‘reopen debate’ has taken center stage in Washington D.C. And here in Connecticut, News 8’s exclusive live telecast of Virtual Town Hall with Connecticut’s government and community leaders on Monday night will get your questions answered about what to expect as the state reopens.
Nexstar Broadcasting to host exclusive live telecast of Virtual Town Hall with Connecticut’s government and community leaders tonight at 7pm
Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Nexstar Media Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: NXST), announced today that it will host an exclusive live virtual Town Hall meeting, “COVID-19 The Virtual Town Hall,” featuring a cross-section of Connecticut’s federal, state, and local government and community leaders on Monday, May 18, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. ET.
As Connecticut gets set for phase one of reopening the state, there are plenty of questions about what to expect.
Capitol Report: Senator Chris Murphy on the Trump administration’s slow response to the virus, Medical Supply Chain Emergency Act
On Easter Sunday 2020, churches are empty, brunches are banned, and the Easter Bunny isn’t making a peep, all because of the coronavirus pandemic. The reality is, Senator Chris Murphy says, there is no quick fix.