SOMERS, Conn. (WTNH) — Another inmate under the supervision of the State Department of Correction has died from complications with coronavirus. The 60-year-old male is the seventh inmate in Connecticut to die from a coronavirus-related illness. He was transferred from Osborn Correctional to the UConn Health Center on April 30, where he succumbed to his […]
Police in Hagerstown, Maryland, have arrested Peter Manfredonia after a six-day manhunt.
The Governor’s Reopen Connecticut Advisory Group held a virtual roundtable Thursday morning regarding how best to balance health and the economy.
Gun rights supporters are suing Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont and several police officials over the coronavirus-related suspension of fingerprinting services needed to obtain gun and ammunition permits.
Governor Ned Lamont announced on Thursday Connecticut will be receiving $111 million in federal coronavirus relief aid for the state’s school districts. The funds will be used to support continued distance learning amid the coronavirus pandemic.
On Thursday, May 21, CVS announced they are opening 13 more drive-thru coronavirus testing sites in the state. When they open Friday, testing will be available at 25 CVS stores in Connecticut.
The Salvation Army will be reopening its doors across Connecticut on May 20 along with other businesses.
In times like these, no one should have to worry about where their next meal is coming from. That’s why News 8 is teaming up with the Connecticut Food Bank to present the GR8 Virtual Food Drive.
Coronavirus testing is about to ramp up as the state nears the May 20 reopening.
Capitol Report: QU’s Doug Schwartz discusses new poll that sheds light on the economic impact of the coronavirus on Connecticut
Some new poll numbers shed some light on the economic impact of COVID-19 in Connecticut. The panel talks about the numbers with Quinnipiac University’s Doug Schwartz.