Taylor DiChello, FOX 61

Taylor DiChello

FOX 61

Bristol, CT, United States

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Past articles by Taylor:

Connecticut Cold Case: Alexandra Ducsay's brother speaks out to tell their story

Alexandra Ducsay was beaten to death in her family’s basement in Milford on May 19, 2006. → Read More

People turn to therapy, community support as feelings of isolation rise

People are turning to their laptop and to their phone to seek therapy services online. → Read More

CT Senators hope for COVID-19 stimulus package by December 11

Senators Murphy and Blumenthal painted a picture of a dark winter for people and businesses in Connecticut if relief isn’t passed. → Read More

Leaders in the fight against domestic violence say the epidemic is worsening with the COVID-19 pandemic

Just this week, two separate arrests made in Fairfield and Manchester were domestic violence related. → Read More

Local restaurant owner gives back to Vernon community for third year in a row

“I literally slept on the street up there,” says Wright. “I slept in this park and I’m in a position to help people. It really means a lot to me.” → Read More

Vernon man identified as victim in hit and run, community members help search for family dog, Ollie

Police say 44-year-old Andrew Aggarwala was walking his puppy on Phoenix Street in Vernon when he was hit by a car. → Read More

Connecticut domestic violence organizations looking for more funding as costs skyrocket

Their fundraising abilities are diminished as in-person events are cancelled, yet the costs of keeping people safe are skyrocketing → Read More

Yale-New Haven Health says peak could come right in the middle of the holidays

210 patients are hospitalized throughout the Yale network right now which is more than double two weeks ago. → Read More

The CT judicial system helps domestic violence victims remotely

The court adjusted its practices to allowing for online applications for restraining orders. → Read More

Winter weather preparations start now in towns and cities across Connecticut

And as public works departments make sure everything is in working condition, AAA says winter preparation starts at home with your own vehicle. → Read More

Community members steal each other’s political signs in Bristol

“For a grown person to do that let’s remember that’s stealing.” → Read More

Judge calls for more evidence to declare Jennifer Dulos legally dead

Under state law, Fotis Dulos’ estate would not be able to access that retirement account without a determination that Jennifer died before Fotis. → Read More

State lawmakers search for answers after DOL banking information changed without claimants' knowledge

Senator Craig Miner and Representative Joe Polletta are calling for a public conversation to shed light on the scenario after FOX61 News broke the story Monday. → Read More

President Trump set to go home, but not out of the woods with COVID-19

Dr. David Banach, an infectious disease physician at UCONN Health gave FOX61 News insights into the treatments Trump's doctors are administering as he recovers. → Read More

Troconis's lawyer again pushes for GPS monitoring to end

The court said it would issue a decision on those arguments by the middle of September, but it has not yet done so. → Read More

Small group of protesters are following Gov. Lamont to his nonpolitical events

This is the second day in a row protesters are following Governor Lamont and protesting at his non-political events. → Read More

At Wesleyan University, no parties means no COVID

Administrators are working to find a balance between socialization and safety. → Read More

Executive Order protecting healthcare facilities from lawsuits extended to November 9

About 64 percent of the state's deaths from COVID-19 happened in nursing homes. → Read More

Car thefts are on the rise and police say you can prevent them

The failure to lock cars gives people direct access to your home—by using a garage door opener in unlocked cars. → Read More

Another storm could knock out the power for the second time this month

“A punch like that is frustrating because it's something that's totally out of your control and then you lose two or three days worth of business,” → Read More