Senator Richard Blumenthal is hosting a roundtable to talk about racial issues surrounding the pandemic today.
Connecticut’s 19th Annual 9/11 Memorial Ceremony is being held today to honor the lives of Connecticut residents killed in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack.
Some big breakthroughs to fight Covid-19 are happening right here in Connecticut.
Residents describe the storm as scary with hail, buckets of rain, a white sky and wind they said felt like they were in the movie “The Wizard of Oz.”
U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal joined angry postal workers at the Old State House Post Office in Hartford Saturday to continue expressing frustration over the cutbacks, downsizing, and delays caused by the proposed cost cuts to the United States Postal Service.
A family claims the postal service lost a Connecticut veteran’s remains and those cuts are the reason why.
People in Hamden say they see it storm after storm — it always seems to be among the hardest hit. Now, thousands are without power.
News 8 joined iHeart and Live Nation Wednesday at the Xfinity Theater in Hartford to help teachers and students as the school year nears with our Back to School Collection Drive.
Connecticut lawmakers announced Thursday a new $6.7 million grant for electric bus facility upgrades in Stamford.
On Thursday, a Connecticut family and the Bangladesh Society of Connecticut organized a mask and wipes giveaway in Hartford.