Ken Margolfo, WTNH News 8

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Fire damages home in New Haven

A fire on Saturday morning damaged a New Haven home. Some residents were displaced but there were no injuries. → Read More

COVID-19 test kits being distributed across the state, more going out in the coming days

The anticipated distribution of COVID-19 test kits has begun. The first kits were distributed today in Wolcott. → Read More

One man dead after fatal shooting on Blue Hills Avenue

Hartford Police are investigating a shooting that occurred Saturday night on Blue Hills Avenue. → Read More

Connecticut remembers 9/11 victims 20 years later in series of local events

September 11, 2001. America under attack. A coordinated aerial assault orchestrated by terrorists killed nearly 3,000 innocent victims. The targets, New York’s World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and a hijacked plane that eventually crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. → Read More

Police identify victim shot, killed on Bronson St. in Waterbury

Waterbury Police are investigating a fatal shooting that occurred on Bronson Street Saturday night. → Read More

Governor Lamont signs “Jennifers’ Law,” expanding definition of domestic violence in CT

"Jennifers' Law", which expands the definition of domestic violence to include non-physical abuse known as coercive control, is now law in the state of Connecticut. → Read More

Jennifer Dulos: 2 years still missing. Has anything changed?

It’s a two year old missing person case that still baffles investigators. New Canaan mother of five children, Jennifer Dulos, vanished on May 24, 2019 without a trace during a custody dispute. Her estranged, now deceased husband Fotis, was charged with her murder. He later committed suicide. Two other suspects connected to the case are facing charges. → Read More

Gone Missing: Who are they? Who’s trying to find them?

They can be anybody! Your mother, father, daughter, son, brother, sister, cousin, friend, colleague. Did they leave on their own, were they kidnapped? Did something else happen to them? Unfortunately for some those answers may never be known. → Read More

Missing dog found safe after fatal hit-and-run of Vernon father; police investigation continues

A puppy that went missing after the fatal hit-and-run of a father and soccer coach Tuesday night in Vernon has been safely recovered. → Read More

Rhode Island announces its first possible case of coronavirus

The state of Rhode Island has announced that it has it's first presumptive positive of the coronavirus disease. → Read More

Alzheimer’s: Anyone can get it. The numbers are growing and the cost of care is skyrocketing

The number of people living with Alzheimer’s Disease is growing and the costs associated with their care is staggering. → Read More

Organ donors are needed. Should you be an organ donor?

Have you considered becoming an organ donor? → Read More

Limiting screen time for your kids can boost their brain development, new study

Researchers found that kids who used screens more than one hour a day had poorer emerging literacy skills and less ability to use expressive language. → Read More

Where are Connecticut’s sex offenders?

Every year, parents check out the state's sex offender registry before sending their children out to trick-or-treat. → Read More

Nominate Someone who is Making a Difference in the Fight Against Domestic Violence

The Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence is seeking to recognize those who are not only doing something in fighting domestic violence but also making a difference in the lives of survivors. → Read More

Tolland schools now open after delay due to crumbling school

While it’s a little later than planned, students in Tolland are starting their school year on Tuesday, September 3rd due a crumbling foundation at an elementary school. → Read More

Signs of prior domestic violence in case of Meriden mother’s death

Advocates against domestic violence say there were signs leading up to the death of a Meriden mother raising questions about whether her death could have been prevented. → Read More

Domestic violence services for survivors being made easier to access

The Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence is launching a new initiative that will combine the many ways survivors access services. → Read More

Squantz Pod State Park closed

NEW FAIRFIELD, Conn. (WTNH) – Squantz Pod State Park in New Fairfield is filled to capacity and is now closed to additional visitors. According to the Connecticut Department of Transportation the park closed at 9:17 a.m. → Read More

Connecticut offering new license for hemp entrepreneurs

Connecticut's Department of Consumer Protection is reminding hemp entrepreneurs they need to be licensed with the agency if they want to manufacturer certain hemp products. → Read More