Eva Zymaris, WFSB Channel 3

Eva Zymaris

WFSB Channel 3

Springfield, MA, United States

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Past articles by Eva:

CT guardsmen depart Windsor Locks for Afghanistan deployment

Forty members of the Connecticut National Guard are heading to Afghanistan. → Read More

Arrest made in Enfield student murder case

Police in Enfield said they made an arrest in the murder of a 16-year-old high school student. → Read More

Annual tax-free week underway in Connecticut

Connecticut's tax-free week began on Sunday, much to the delight of parents seeking back-to-school deals. → Read More

90-year-old Canton woman invents pulley system to get mail

One woman in Canton needed to find a solution to a daily problem. → Read More

Remains found at scene of barn explosion, standoff in North Have

Remains were found at the scene of a barn that caught fire after an explosion and standoff in North Haven. → Read More

DOC: Vehicle believed to be involved in Enfield inmate's escape

The search continued on Monday for an inmate who escaped from a correctional facility in Enfield over the weekend. → Read More

24 horses dead after fire at Folly Farm in Simsbury

Twenty four horses have died after a fire at Folly Farm in Simsbury on Thursday morning, authorities said. → Read More

Former UConn basketball coach expected to come out of retirement

Former University of Connecticut men's basketball coach Jim Calhoun is expected to help St. Joseph's University in West Hartford start up its program. → Read More

Shooting investigation underway in New Haven

Police in New Haven are investigating a shooting on Rosette Street early Monday morning. → Read More

New Haven comes together to help Puerto Rico after Maria

The City of New Haven is coming together to help those affected by Hurricane Maria down in Puerto Rico. → Read More

Dozens of agencies 'stand down' to help veterans

More than 30 agencies and social service organizations will be taking part in Stand Down 2017 on Friday. → Read More

Connecticut residents keep an eye on Jose

People in Connecticut are watching Jose to see how it could impact the shoreline. → Read More

Airlines cancel thousands of flights ahead of Irma

As Hurricane Irma approaches Florida, some major airlines have started canceling flights to and from several southern Florida airports starting on Friday. → Read More

Ellington redefines homework

Ellington has redefined and changed the way most think of homework. → Read More

Doctor: Smartphones can impact your child's sleep

Smartphones may have made it easier to stay connected, but doctors say they may be affecting your child's sleep. → Read More

Handwritten letter tied to balloon travels to East Hampton

A handwritten letter tied to a balloon asked whoever found it to give the sender, an 11-year-old boy from Chicago, a call. → Read More

New UConn campus to open in Hartford

The grand opening ceremony for the University of Connecticut's downtown campus will be taking place on Wednesday. → Read More

Connecticut set to see partial solar eclipse today

While Connecticut won't see all of it, parts of the country will get to experience a total solar eclipse on Monday. → Read More

Partial solar eclipse hits peak viewing time in Connecticut

While Connecticut won't see all of it, parts of the country will get to experience a total solar eclipse on Monday. → Read More

Viewing of partial solar eclipse in CT ends

While Connecticut wasn't able to see all of it, parts of the country got to experience a total solar eclipse on Monday. → Read More