Erin Connolly, WFSB Channel 3

Erin Connolly

WFSB Channel 3

Connecticut, United States

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Past articles by Erin:

Police investigating Craigslist robbery

A Craigslist sale goes south in the capitol city as shots ring out this week. The Hartford Police Department is trying to find those responsible while making people aware there is a safer way to co... → Read More

Doctors weigh in on flu shot debate

To get a flu shot or not to get a flu shot...that is the question. → Read More

Hartford boxing program impacted by lack of budget

It's a safe place for kids to go after school, and for more than two decades, the Hartford boxing program has been changing lives. → Read More

Wheelchair basketball camp gives children more opportunities

With summer in full swing, so are summer camps. There’s a very unique camp in Connecticut that gives children who are in wheelchairs the chance to shoot hoops. → Read More

CT firefighter accused of alleged worker’s compensation fraud

A Hartford firefighter is out of a job after being fired for alleged worker’s compensation fraud. → Read More

Lawmaker, market owner seek TSA policy change after photo of lob

There's more fallout after a picture of a TSA agent holding a massive lobster went viral on Twitter. → Read More

Hunter thanks police dispatcher who helped him to safety

On Tuesday, a hunter was reunited with the 911 dispatcher who helped him while he was lost and injured in the woods for hours. → Read More

Hiker thanks police dispatcher who helped him to safety

On Tuesday, a hunter was reunited with the 911 dispatcher who helped him while he was lost and injured in the woods for hours. → Read More

Fallen officers remembered in Meriden on Wednesday

Officers who were killed in the line of duty were honored during a ceremony at the Connecticut Police Academy in Meriden on Wednesday. → Read More

Outpouring of donations made to Waterbury fire victims

It’s all hands on deck to get families back on their feet after last week’s massive fire in Waterbury destroyed three homes. → Read More

Illegally parked cars make Waterbury neighborhood dangerous

Trucks and cars are blocking many of the sidewalks in one neighborhood, making getting around treacherous. → Read More

CT lawmakers receive stuffed animals to underscore need for paid

Activists visited the State Capitol on Thursday afternoon and lobbied for paid family and medical leave. → Read More

CT State Police explain difference between Amber Alert and Silv

The West Haven Police Department initially sent out an Amber Alert for a missing 13-year-old girl on Tuesday morning, however that was quickly changed to a Silver Alert. → Read More

Erin Connolly visits Wallingford

Another town featured during 20 Towns in 20 Days is the town of Wallingford, featuring its history and beauty. → Read More

Vanilla price spike affecting CT businesses

There’s a spike in vanilla prices and it’s affecting stores in Connecticut that sell baked goods or ice cream. → Read More

Mom of child with 1st case of Powassan Virus speaks to Channel 3

As the temperatures continue to go up, and Connecticut residents spend more time outside, parents are being warned about the risks of ticks. State health officials confirmed a baby from Connecticut... → Read More

Man accused of killing wife, prompting Amber Alert faces judge

After leading police on a manhunt across three states, the man suspected of killing his wife and prompting an Amber Alert in New Britain faced a judge on Thursday for violating his probation. → Read More

Fidget Spinners are the hot Easter toy

The fidget spinner is the hot new toy and is receiving praise from psychologists and parents alike. Ahead of Easter Sunday, it’s flying off store shelves. → Read More

Quick warm-up is impacting allergy sufferers

Tuesday’s 80-degree weather is a welcomed relief from the cooler temperatures and rainy days of last week, but spring allergies are already kicking into gear. → Read More

99-year-old women share love of helping others at local hospital

For the last 40 years, two women named Mary have been transforming hard times into blessings. → Read More