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Past articles by Patrick:

Family of man hurt in police van seeks civil rights charges

The family of a Black man in Connecticut, paralyzed when a police van without seatbelts braked suddenly, asked federal authorities Friday to file civil rights charges against the officers involved. → Read More

Crump to represent Randy Cox, Black man hurt in police van

Prominent civil rights attorney Ben Crump said Tuesday he will lead the legal fight on behalf of Randy Cox, a Black man who was seriously injured in the back of a police van in Connecticut when the driver braked suddenly. → Read More

Boy Scouts to sell off camps amid strain from sexual abuse suits

A $2.6 billion proposed bankruptcy settlement designed to pay thousands of victims of child sexual abuse has added pressure to the organization beset by years of declining enrollment. → Read More

Under strain from sex abuse suits, Scouts sell off camps

A $2.6 billion proposed bankruptcy settlement designed to pay thousands of victims of child sexual abuse has added pressure to an organization beset by years of declining enrollment. → Read More

Under strain from sex abuse suits, Scouts sell off camps

A $2.6 billion proposed bankruptcy settlement designed to pay thousands of victims of child sexual abuse has added pressure to an organization beset by years of declining enrollment. → Read More

Under strain from sex abuse suits, Scouts sell off camps

A $2.6 billion proposed bankruptcy settlement designed to pay thousands of victims of child sexual abuse has added pressure to an organization beset by years of declining enrollment. → Read More

Scouts sell off camps under strain from sex abuse suits

As the financially struggling Boy Scouts sell off a number of campgrounds, conservationists, government officials and others are scrambling to find ways to preserve them as open space. → Read More

Baby formula shortage fueling spike in milk bank interest

NEW YORK (AP) — The U. S. baby formula shortage has sparked a surge of interest at milk banks around the U. S. with some mothers offering to donate breast milk and desperate parents calling to see if it's a solution to keep their babies fed. It's a pathway that won't work for every formula-fed baby, especially those with special dietary needs, and it comes with challenges because the country's… → Read More

Baby formula shortage fueling spike in milk bank interest

The U.S. baby formula shortage has sparked a surge of interest at milk banks around the U.S. with some mothers offering to donate breast milk and desperate parents calling to see if it’s a so… → Read More

Baby formula shortage fueling spike in milk bank interest

The U.S. baby formula shortage has sparked a surge of interest at milk banks around the U.S. with some mothers offering to donate breast milk and desperate parents calling to see if it’s a solution to keep their babies fed. → Read More

Baby formula shortage fueling spike in milk bank interest

The U.S. baby formula shortage has sparked a surge of interest at milk banks around the U.S. → Read More

Parents swap, sell baby formula as Biden focuses on shortage

A baby formula shortage in the United States is driving parents to swap, sell and offer leftover supplies to each other, while President Joe Biden spoke with manufacturers and retailers Thursday about the plight facing families. → Read More

Parents swap, sell baby formula as Biden focuses on shortage

The baby formula shortage stems from supply chain disruptions and a safety recall by formula maker Abbott stemming from contamination concerns. → Read More

CT Gov. gets bill allowing athletes to use UConn name in deals

UConn had asked for the bill, which updates last year’s CT state law that allows athletes to make money by marketing their name, image and likeness. → Read More

Dumpster find leads to rediscovery of artist Francis Hines

After fading into obscurity, the late artist Francis Hines is gaining new attention after a car mechanic rescued hundreds of his paintings from a dumpster in Connecticut. → Read More

Investigation into beluga whale's death finds issues at Mystic Aquarium

The report from the department's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service stems from an inspection done in September, after the Aug. 6 death of a 5-year-old male whale named Havoc. → Read More

Tribe supports Connecticut city’s Red Raiders’ nickname

An American Indian tribe is supporting a CT city’s attempt to retain funding put in jeopardy by its use of a Native American mascot and imagery. → Read More

Smith's 26 points help UCF to first-ever win over Florida

STORRS, Conn. (AP) — Brittney Smith came off the bench to score a career-high 26 points... → Read More

Appeals court: Inmates don't have a right to pornography

A federal appeals court has ruled that Connecticut prison inmates do not have a right to possess or view pornography in prison. → Read More

Auditors find oversight issues at child welfare department

Connecticut’s state auditors issued a report detailing problems found with record-keeping and oversight at the Department of Children and Families. → Read More