Carmen Chau, FOX 61

Carmen Chau

FOX 61

Hartford, CT, United States

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Past articles by Carmen:

51st Greater Hartford St. Patrick's Day Parade a go amid snow forecast

Hartford Public Works plan on pre-treating the roads late Friday night to ensure paradegoers are safe when the parade begins. → Read More

Bicyclist community and high school remember Stonington man killed Monday night

Gary Piver, 70, of Stonington was hit by a car Monday night on South Broad Street when leaving work from Stonington High School. → Read More

Dozens of cats, dogs looking for homes before SPCA of CT closes in May

So far, there are 20 dogs and 13 cats who will need to find homes before the closure and the clock is ticking. → Read More

'Charlie's Closet' making difference for seniors and those impacted by devastation overseas

For the past 25 years, the small business in Guilford has donated truck loads of gently-used medical equipment to Ukraine, Haiti and soon-to-be, Turkey and Syria. → Read More

Drunk driver sentenced 11 years after hitting and killing off-duty South Windsor police officer

Those who knew 25-year-old Ben Lovett showed up numbers at Rockville Superior Court. There was not a single empty spot in the gallery. → Read More

Brookfield's first selectman gets her Twitter account suspended from controversial tweet

Gun control advocates and lawmakers are worried after First Selectman Tara Carr posted a tweet about President Biden. → Read More

Hartford police consider instant messaging platform "Slack" to reduce crimes and violence

As part of a grant received from the federal government, Hartford Police is using new technology to combat gun violence and other crimes. → Read More

Super Bowl fans gather at Bobby V's Restaurant & Sports Bar for the game

They had speakers so fans can hear the game from the outside and when they walked inside, there were 85 TV screens of all sizes so they would not miss a play. → Read More

K-9s in demand for Bristol police as woman helps raise money as part of Operation Opioid: Exclusive

Money is currently being raised to help the Bristol Police Department purchase a second K-9 through an initiative started by a Bristol police commissioner. → Read More

Sports bars and restaurants tackle high-demand for Super Bowl Sunday

Jerry's Pizza & Bar and J Timothy's Tavern will have plenty of employees and food to serve the big crowds on Sunday. → Read More

Rising egg prices have bakeries and breakfast restaurants struggling

Businesses have had to get creative with their menu in order to compensate for the rising prices. → Read More

Doctors give tip to keep you and your pets warm during bitter temperatures

Winter apparel was hung outside of the First Presbyterian Church in Hartford for anyone in need to take it for free. → Read More

Senators propose legislation to protect travelers' rights after Southwest holiday chaos

Thousands of Southwest travelers had their flights cancelled in December. → Read More

Board decides to not transfer former Hartford police officer's attacker back to Whiting Hospital

Her attacker, Chevoughn Augustin was at Whiting Hospital but at the beginning of this month, hospital staff transferred her to Dutcher Hall which is less secure. → Read More

More than 60 cats rescued from hoarding home in Middletown

Most of the cats are said to be in good health and ready to be adopted soon. → Read More

LEGO announces move to Boston, leaving Connecticut offices by 2026

LEGO has been headquartered in Enfield since 1975 when the location originally operated as a factory and warehouse. → Read More

Colchester woman creates food bank to help with skyrocketing costs for farmers

The owner of Rose 'n' Petal Farm collects food donations from the community which can be used as food for farm animals. → Read More

'It’s frightening' | 4th-grade boy found with knife on school bus in Norwich

A student of John B. Stanton Elementary School is not allowed back after a school bus driver discovered a knife on him. → Read More

Rep. Quentin Williams remembered as an educator and heavily involved in Middletown community

Rep. Williams was an adjunct professor at the University of Hartford who taught leadership courses in 2019. → Read More

Gold Star Memorial Bridge to receive $158 million as part of President Biden's Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

The Gold Star Memorial Bridge is one of four projects nationwide to receive the funding and was selected based on its importance to local and regional communities. → Read More