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Past articles by Gaby:

Allergy season starting earlier and lasting longer

Experts suggest allergy sufferers start their treatments now if they haven't already. → Read More

'Hole in our hearts' | Family of West Hartford man killed in Israel speaks out for the first time

Elan Ganeles' younger brothers Simon and Gabe remembered him as a role model. → Read More

Fired Torrington sergeant reinstated by state labor board

Gerald Peters, who was with the department for almost 20 years, was fired for excessive use of force in 2021. → Read More

Search for answers continues more than a year after Bridgeport woman's death

The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner ruled Lauren Smith-Fields' death accidental, but her family is still seeking more information about what happened the night. → Read More

'They need help now' | Ukrainian community marks 1 year since Russian invasion with fundraiser for war-torn country

The Belvedere Restaurant in New Britain hosted the event for City of Goodness, a shelter for orphans in Ukraine. → Read More

Morning commute could be hard for drivers after wintry mix

This winter has not brought many storms so officials want to remind everyone that when inclement weather hits, it’s important to take it slow. → Read More

Public hearing on bill that would cap rent in Connecticut draws in hundreds

The hearing was delayed several hours due to an internet outage at the Legislative Office Building. → Read More

Advocates call for cap on annual rent increases

Dave Richardson rents in Hartford and is living on a fixed income. One of his biggest fears is his rent increasing significantly like he’s seen happen to others. → Read More

Viral video of gym attack serves as reminder of dangers women face

The woman seen in surveillance video from Tampa, FL fights off her attacker. It's exactly what is taught at self-defense classes here in Connecticut. → Read More

Connecticut’s first social equity joint venture cannabis retailer opens Friday

Fine Fettle in Manchester will also be the state's first recreational-only location. → Read More

Sober curious movement creating demand for non-alcoholic options

Companies like Connecticut's own Athletic Brewing are helping lead the charge. → Read More

New Haven teachers lay out vision for next superintendent of schools

The New Haven Federation of Teachers led a rally Monday evening, joined by parents and students voicing their expectations for the district's future leader → Read More

Police warn about recent uptick in Avon home burglaries

Police warn that similar burglaries have been reported in other towns around the state and encourage everyone regardless of where you live to take precautions. → Read More

AAA says electronic signs effective in making drivers mover over and slow down

A new study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety looked at what works when it comes to getting drivers to move over for vehicles on the side of the road. → Read More

'Devastating times' | Turkish community in Connecticut collects donations following disastrous earthquakes

Clothing and supplies are being collected at different locations including Sultan's Turkish Restaurant in Waterbury and the Diyanet Mosque of New Haven. → Read More

'Gentle giant' | East Hartford man killed in hit and run remembered by family and friends

70-year-old George Tetteh-Quarshie was an active member of Ghanaian organizations in Connecticut. → Read More

How will the end of COVID-19 emergencies impact us?

The full scope of what this will mean is still unknown but essentially this will change the way the federal government responds to COVID-19, treating it as endemic. → Read More

Lawmakers considering Vision Zero recommendations for traffic safety

Last year was the deadliest on Connecticut roads in decades. 239 drivers or passengers were killed and 75 pedestrians according to DOT commissioner. → Read More

'The system killed Tyre Nichols' | Connecticut groups plan demonstrations in response to Nichols' death

The city of Memphis released footage Friday evening of the traffic stop and violent aftermath that led to Nichols' death. → Read More

'Our residents are dying' | New Haven community comes together to find solutions for gun violence

The city has had five homicides just this month, making it a very violent start to 2023. → Read More