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Spencer Brooks


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Past articles by Spencer:

DC tops 200 monkeypox cases since start of outbreak

The CDC is tracking monkeypox cases across the DMV. Cases continue to rise. → Read More

Vote for confirmation for Secretary of Education nominee Dr. Cardona inches forward

The final confirmation is scheduled next week for President Biden's Secretary of Education nominee Meriden-native Dr. Miguel Cardona. → Read More

"Dead pool" investigation complete: 3 major crimes supervisors disciplined

A group text message offering a wager on where the first homicide of 2021 would occur in Hartford has led to discipline against 3 supervisors. → Read More

Small plane makes emergency landing at Bradley International Airport

A small Piper aircraft was forced to make an emergency landing at Bradley International Airport Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Video: Car stolen from driveway in Farmington, Connecticut

Farmington Police are searching for two cars stolen over the Christmas weekend. → Read More

Send The Love with FOX61: How to send a Thanksgiving message to your family & friends this year

FOX61 wants to help you “Send The Love” to those you are missing this year. Send a Thanksgiving message to be shared on TV and social media. → Read More

Here is Connecticut's COVID-19 'Red Alert' map and what it means

Towns and cities are in the red when their COVID-19 case rate is higher than 15 cases per 100,000 people. → Read More

Police involved in crash with suspects after shots fired incident

Police said Capitol Avenue would be closed for several hours overnight for the investigation. → Read More

Police searching for missing Hartford 14-year-old

Hartford police have issued a community alert for 14-year-old Raymond Castro, who was last seen a week ago. → Read More

Who is Rocky De La Fuente? The other republican running against Trump in Connecticut's Primary

Although the GOP nominee has been decided, Connecticut republicans have the option to vote for someone other than President Donald Trump. → Read More

Isaias strengthens to Category One Hurricane, may impact northeast next week

Hurricane Hunters found winds inside Isaias intensified to 80 miles per hour late Thursday night. → Read More

Two dead in four separate shootings in New Haven Tuesday

Police are investigating four more shootings in New Haven, after a violent weekend → Read More

911 call provides new details into Hartford Police Chief investigation

Hartford Police Chief Jason Thody said his phone slid off the center console, leading him to swerve his SUV. → Read More

Here's when the Red Sox, Yankees and Mets will play in 2020

The MLB released its 60-game schedule Monday. → Read More

Peter Manfredonia 'obsessed' with samurai swords, allegedly hacked witness's social media accounts: Warrant

Police say Manfredonia used a samurai sword to kill a man and injure another in Willington in May. He was later caught in Maryland. → Read More

Truck flips on I-95 in Milford, shutting down lanes

CT DOT traffic cameras show a box truck on its side in the middle of I-95 northbound. → Read More

As some states see coronavirus spikes, Connecticut cases continue downtrend into phase 2

Connecticut is not seeing a COVID-19 spike like other parts of the country. → Read More

Gone in seconds | Video shows how quickly thieves can rummage through your unlocked car

Seymour Police are searching for the two young men caught on camera looking through two vehicles Tuesday. → Read More

Crews battle 2-alarm fire on Bond Street in Hartford

Firefighters were seen using a ladder truck to rescue a person from the third floor of a Bond Street apartment building as it burned. → Read More

Connecticut sees small increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations on May 24

Data released by the Connecticut Department of Public Health Monday shows a small increase in total COVID-19 hospitalizations for the first time since May 4. → Read More