Tina Detelj, WTNH News 8

Tina Detelj

WTNH News 8

New London, CT, United States

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Past articles by Tina:

Digital health cards are coming to CT, providing electronic vaccination cards through QR code

The Connecticut Department of Health is preparing to launch its digital COIVD-19 vaccination health card next week that will allow people to show proof of their vaccination status on their phones. → Read More

Deer crashes through window at Waterford physical therapy clinic

A deer crashed through the front window of a physical therapy clinic in Waterford Monday. → Read More

Waterford PD investigate profanities spray-painted onto cars

Waterford Police are investigating after profanities were spray-painted on two vehicles in town overnight Tuesday. → Read More

Stonington voters decide to allow cannabis establishments in town

Voters in Stonington will decide Tuesday whether they want to ban cannabis establishments in town. → Read More

More than 200 school bus drivers may not return to jobs ahead of Monday’s COVID vaccine mandate deadline

Over 200 school bus drivers are expected not to show up for work Monday. State COVID-19 vaccines mandates go into effect Monday, and some drivers say they have a religious and/or health aversion to taking it. → Read More

New Haven mayor, police chief address recent gun violence

New Haven held the first of what is expected to be weekly briefings regarding violence in the city and what the city is doing to try to combat it. → Read More

Hartford now requiring masks at all indoor establishments, schools regardless of vaccination status

Hartford is the second city in the state to require masks in public and private businesses regardless of vaccination status. → Read More

Court docs. reveal details of drive-by shooting that killed Hartford grandmother cooking dinner

New details are emerging about a beloved mother, grandmother, and neighbor who was killed by a stray bullet in Hartford. → Read More

‘We’ve been doing it for over three years’ Norwich celebrates Juneteenth

This is certainly not the first Juneteenth commemoration in Norwich. → Read More

Two Old Lyme high school alum training for Japan Olympics

Old Lyme’s Austin Hack was in the stroke seat at the World Championships two years ago, which earned the team their spot in the Olympics. Fast forward to June 2021 when he is now joined by fellow Lyme-Old Lyme high school alum Liam Corrigan. → Read More

CT communities struggle to find enough lifeguards for summer season due to pandemic

Many are expected to hit the beaches this Memorial Day weekend but will they be swimming at their own risk? A lifeguard shortage has been seen all along the east coast. → Read More

President Biden set to speak at US Coast Guard Academy commencement in Groton

On Wednesday the U.S. Coast Guard Academy’s 140th Commencement Exercises will take place on Cadet Memorial Field. → Read More

Father of 1-month-old baby killed in Norwich dog attack named person of interest in New London house fire

Firefighters battled a second-alarm fire in New London Tuesday morning, and police are investigating whether it was intentionally set. → Read More

Yale Law School Clinic releases report on pandemic-era nursing home conditions, upcoming potential strike

Yale Law School Clinic released a major report on nursing home conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic Monday. → Read More

Foxwoods to lift COVID-19 restrictions by May 19

When Foxwoods reopened last summer there were quite a few changes put in place. But this week many of those pandemic protocols like every other slot machine being shut off will be lifted. Restrictions are being relaxed but some people may remain on guard. → Read More

State Senate passes constitutional amendment allowing early voting in CT, goes to voters in 2022

Lawmakers at the state capitol are expected to vote Thursday on a constitutional amendment concerning early voting and no-excuse absentee ballots. → Read More

Gov. Lamont announces initiative that allows children to go to some CT museums, aquariums for free

In Mystic, Juno the Beluga whale never fails to entertain the crowds. What also may be a crowd pleaser is an initiative which was announced Friday by the governor and other state leaders which would allow children in the state to go to museums all across Connecticut for free. → Read More

UniteCT mobile van helps people sign up for emergency rental, utility assistance

If you have gotten behind on your bills because of the pandemic there is emergency assistance which could help. → Read More

NY couple accused of racially motivated attack on Mystic hotel clerk appear in court amid protests

A Mystic hotel clerk was reportedly attacked by two guests last year and she says it was racially motivated. The surveillance video released following the attack was disturbing to many. Wednesday, protesters supporting the victim, Crystal Caldwell, chanted as the New York couple accused of the attack arrived at New London Superior Court. → Read More

I-95 north in Old Lyme backed up due to active car fire

A car fire on I-95 north in Old Lyme has backed up traffic Monday morning. → Read More