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Past articles by Brian:

Moderna, DPH say vaccine "stable and good to use" despite freezer issue at Hartford health clinic

600 precious doses of the vaccine were exposed to above-recommended temperatures on February 20. → Read More

Family remembers New Haven homicide victim

"He has a 2-year-old son and now he’s left without a father." → Read More

UConn plans to trim planned tuition hike, citing COVID-19 pandemic

The new proposal, which must be approved the the school’s Board of Trustees, would cut the hike to 2.2%, or $312 → Read More

Family remembers Hartford homicide victim as capital city deals with rash of shootings

According to police, they are looking at solutions to tackle the increased gun violence. → Read More

Family share memories of victim in Webster St. homicide: "He was protecting his friend."

27-year-old Michael Dudley died in a shooting on January 29th of this year. → Read More

Hartford takes measures to ensure equitable access to COVID-19 vaccine

Dunkin Donuts Park will be opened as a vaccine clinic on Saturday. → Read More

Darien-based cereal company starts to sees huge success as first black-owned cereal company of its kind

Proud Puffs hopes to change the narrative of the African-American community. → Read More

UCONN Health reschedules and conducts over 900 appointments after canceling due to vaccine shortage

Health officials say seeing this many people get their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine is a positive sign. → Read More

CT residents prepares for polar vortex; businesses and outside workers layer up

One doctor FOX61 spoke to says for those working outside to be wary of hypothermia and frostbite. → Read More

FIRST ON FOX: Concerned citizens and some officials worry West Haven police are allegedly targeting protestors

FOX61 has learned that six months later people from a protest last year are just now being arrested. → Read More

The world is watching America's transfer of power; UNH Prof explains why we should care what they see.

Massive security, protests, and this past week’s insurrection are things America has never seen before -- and the whole world is watching. → Read More

Family and Friends gather to remember Mubarak Soulemane 1-year after his death

Folks gathered at Campbell Avenue in West Haven near the same place Mubarak Soulemane died this time last year. → Read More

Connecticut funeral industry feeling the impact of over 6,000 COVID deaths

"We are delaying many funerals because the person might've not even succumbed to something COVID-related, but a member of their family is quarantined." → Read More

Watertown couple scares off car thief; Police looking for suspect at-large

One couple living in the area says they want to remind people to lock your doors after they say they had to scare off a suspect wearing a ski mask. → Read More

A much quieter New Year's Eve in Hartford

Despite the pandemic muting celebrations, people and restaurants found ways to say goodbye to 2020. → Read More

Protestors have a message for governor amidst pandemic: "Cancel the rent"

Activists say minority populations already hit hardest by virus will be hit again when eviction moratorium expires. → Read More

Warming Centers open amidst frigid temperatures; Outreach organizations ask for donations

A Hartford Police Officer says there needs to be more awareness for those in need. → Read More

Residents, city council members protest "deadpool" text from Hartford Police detective

City Councilman Josh Mitchtom said "This is not a one-time incident. This is a manifestation of a rotten culture that must change." → Read More

Colchester Community say FedEx workers are leaving packages in vulnerable places; calls for a change

A resident says people in her neighborhood have seen a history of packages being left in vulnerable places. → Read More

Days after inmate dies due to COVID-19, family speaks out about prison conditions inside

As of December 9, there have been 10 inmates that have died due to COVID-19. → Read More