Hundreds of thousands in Connecticut are without power after Tropical Storm Isaias hit the state Tuesday. Towns across the state are offering cooling and charging stations to residents as power companies work to restore power.
Chef Plum takes you on a Restaurant Road Trip to ‘Cure’ in Unionville, CT, where they’re serving up cured bacon flights, farm-to-table flare, and hand-crafted cocktails.
A clerk at Stop & Shop in Unionville is facing charges after he allegedly sold alcohol to a minor on Thursday.
Police in Farmington are searching for a suspect they say robbed a local bank in the Unionville section of town Friday.
Police officials have confirmed the identification of a burglar of who allegedly robbed a People’s Bank inside a Stop & Shop in Unionville back in December.
This year we're celebrating News 8's 70th anniversary, and also spotlighting other businesses with a rich history in our state, like the law firm Buckley, Wynne and Parese.
A reality TV production that takes us inside the world of casting both from the perspective of seasoned casting agents as well as from those auditioning.
Multiple towns have decided to cancel their Memorial Day parades scheduled for Monday.
A man has been arrested for allegedly threatening to kill police officers in Farmington.
President Trump has a bill on his desk that was passed unanimously in the U.S. House and Senate and the inspiration for the new law was a Connecticut man who was a World War II hero.