Eva Zymaris, WTNH News 8

Eva Zymaris

WTNH News 8

New Haven, CT, United States

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Naugatuck police lieutenant on road to recovery after sustaining injuries in hit-and-run last year

It is a long road to recovery for one Naugatuck police lieutenant. He was injured in a hit-and-run back in November, but he is committed to returning to the job he loves. → Read More

Teen remains in grave condition after overdosing at Hartford school; police find 40 bags of fentanyl

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — A 13-year-old boy remains in grave condition at the hospital after overdosing at the Sport and Medical Sciences Academy in Hartford Thursday. At a press conference Friday afternoon, Hartford Police Lt. Aaron Boisvert said investigators found 40 small bags of what was later determined to be fentanyl in powder form during […] → Read More

CT Dept. of Transportation in dire need of snowplow drivers

The colder months are here, which means our first snowstorm will be here before you know it. But, there’s an urgent need for plow drivers as there’s a shortage statewide. → Read More

West Haven Mayor Rossi announces victory over Cohen in mayoral race

West Haven Democratic Mayor Nancy Rossi was seeking another term while Republican City Councilman Barry Lee Cohen was hoping to unseat her Tuesday. → Read More

Enfield PD: Man allegedly nearly hits trick-or-treaters with car, pulls gun after fight with parent

An Enfield man was arrested Halloween night after he allegedly pulled a gun after a fight with the parents of trick-or-treaters. → Read More

Rep. Majorie Taylor Greene addresses hundreds at American First Rally in Plainfield

The America First Rally drew hundreds of people to Plainfield on Saturday. The event was hosted by the Quinebaug Citizens Alliance. → Read More

Candlelight vigil held for WCSU Men’s Lacrosse players killed in Colchester crash

Two members of Western Connecticut State University’s Men’s Lacrosse Team were killed and another was injured in a crash Friday, according to University President John Clark. → Read More

Peace March and Rally held in Waterbury to ‘stop the violence’

Calls for change are only getting louder as violence continues to plague communities across the state. The organization Ice the Beef brought the community together in Waterbury Sunday for a Peace March and Rally. → 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

Calls for action get louder from lawmakers, citizens as crime ticks up across Connecticut

The calls for action are only getting louder as crime continues to tick up in communities across the state. → Read More

Gov. Lamont offering $50k reward for information related to woman found dead in Burlington in 2018

The New Britain State’s Attorney is holding a press conference on Monday afternoon to discuss the investigation into the homicide of a woman who was found dead in 2018. → Read More

UConn Health doctor weighs in on COVID booster eligibility after FDA only approves for those over 65, at high risk

Booster shots of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine may be administered as early as Friday, but who will get one is still up for discussion. → Read More

Farmington Police report plane crash into building

FARMINGTON, Conn., (WTNH)– Police are responding to a plane that crashed into a building on 111 Hyde Road in Farmington on Thursday morning. Police are urging residents to avoid the area so emergency crews can evacuate the area. This is an ongoing investigation and will be updated. → Read More

Asian longhorned tick found in New Haven County poses threat to people and pets

There’s a type of tick researchers in Connecticut are keeping a close eye on. → Read More

Vigil held in South Windsor for fallen service members killed in attack outside Kabul airport

The community came together in South Windsor on Monday night to honor the 13 service members who were killed during a deadly attack outside the Kabul airport. → Read More

Vernon bans smoking pot, vaping in public spaces and schools

Town officials in Vernon have taken action to ease growing concerns about smoking and marijuana use in public. Now, it’s not allowed to smoke or vape at all in public spaces or on school grounds. → Read More

CT Restaurant Association says financial security is in danger of being wiped out by the Delta variant

The Connecticut Restaurant Association, the National Restaurant Association, and 50 other state restaurant association partners sent a letter to Congressional leadership for a swift replenishment of the Restaurant Revitalization Fund. → Read More

Employment attorney weighs in on what full FDA approval of Pfizer vaccine means for employers, employees

Pfizer has hit another pandemic milestone. The company's two-dose COVID vaccine got full approval from the FDA for people who are 16 and up. → Read More

Henri leaves flooding, storm damage in Hartford County communities; more rain on the way

Cities and towns in Hartford County are cleaning up after the brunt of Tropical Storm Henri blew through Sunday. → Read More

Fallen Burlington firefighter to be laid to rest in Bristol Thursday

BRISTOL, Conn. (WTNH) — A fallen Burlington firefighter will be laid to rest in his hometown of Bristol Thursday. Colin McFadden was one of the many firefighters battling the fire that destroyed the historic New Hartford House last week when he suffered from a medical emergency at the scene. Doctors said McFadden had Leukemia, and […] → Read More