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Past articles by Matt:

Hospitals and pharmacies closely monitoring Albuterol supply amid nationwide shortage

A warning for the Connecticut consumer about a critical drug shortage in the treatment of asthma and other respiratory illnesses. → Read More

Medical cannabis customers express concerns about product availability amid launch of popular recreational market

Many medical cannabis patients are concerned that ever since recreational sales started, the more potent medical menu has shrunk and the prices have climbed. → Read More

Connecticut announces crackdown on 'ghost gun' part manufacturers

A multi-agency investigation has led to the crackdown of illegal gun parts in Connecticut. It comes after some illegal kit gun parts were shipped to Connecticut. → Read More

Amid staffing shortage, CT DOT readies the roads for significant snowfall

Facing a shortage of mechanics, the DOT is no longer requiring them to have a commercial driver's license in order to deepen its talent pool. → Read More

State officials seize Stone Academy records for audit as students continue to protest

Not only are Stone Academy leaders not talking to students and staff, they aren’t even communicating with state officials. → Read More

Stone Academy students and instructors demand accountability and answers

Emotions boiled over Monday during a demonstration at Stone Academy’s East Hartford campus. Dozens of students and instructors demanded immediate answers. → Read More

Alarm-sounded by activists on what they claim is link between cancer and chemical exposure in Hartford Public Schools

FOX61 investigated and discovered in 2015 the city of Hartford sued chemical company Monsanto for the cost to remove PCBs from the Clark Elementary School. → Read More

State's top attorney says he's coming after Stone Academy leaders

For the first time, faculty speak out saying they feel just as blindsided as students. → Read More

Stone Academy locations to close immediately

The school had said Tuesday that they would be open for several more weeks. → Read More

Tolland High grad tells of night of terror at Michigan State University

Mason’s college experience was shattered by gunshots as a shooter opened fire, killing three and wounding five others, just 300 feet away. → Read More

Connecticut pharmacy industry plagued by labor shortage, red tape and reimbursement shortfall

The Connecticut Pharmacists Association says the state needs to loosen the regulatory environment and make structural changes to tap into this healthcare resource → Read More

Facing a crisis of athletic trainers, athlete safety is a patchwork of policies in Connecticut

According to a survey conducted by UConn’s Corey Stringer Institute, more than 50% of Connecticut high schools don’t have access to a full-time athletic trainer. → Read More

Connecticut casinos gearing up for Super Bowl fan frenzy

Foxwoods is making a big bet that the big game will generate big business. → Read More

Wine in grocery store debate has reached vintage 2023, what are stakeholders saying?

Hundreds of people signed up to testify at Thursday's public hearing in front of the General Law Committee. → Read More

Meriden officials seek to clear up confusion following concerning school gun incident

The gun was spotted by another student on Tuesday but wasn’t reported to school administrators and police until Thursday, according to Meriden school officials. → Read More

State unveils ambitious plan to solve serious trash problem

The MIRA trash plant in Hartford closed in July, forcing trash to be hauled out of state. → Read More

Hartford rolls out new housing-focused programs to help city workers and elderly

Residents who believe they are eligible can apply for loans and grants on the city's website. → Read More

Abused dog gets new leash on life as abuser gets prison time: EXCLUSIVE

Grizzly the Rottweiler has been renamed Panzer and was adopted to a loving family following a brutal beating with a bat. → Read More

State inspectors issue 'immediate jeopardy' finding to Newtown nursing home

Another Connecticut nursing home has been found to be in violation of serious health and safety standards. → Read More

Auditors vow to descend on CT if law passed putting rules on First Amendment

State Rep. Pat Callahan wants to draft legislation to limit access without being unconstitutional while opponents say it would set a dangerous precedent. → Read More