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Taxpayers Shell Out Nearly $3.7M for Former Presidents

Former President Bill Clinton's 8,300-square-foot Harlem office near the Apollo Theater costs taxpayers nearly $450,000. George W. Bush spends $85,000 on telephone fees, and another $60,000 on travel....

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Mom Left Son Alone As She Went to Work: Police

A 33-year-old Naugatuck mom has been charged with risk of injury after leaving her 3-year-old son alone while she went to work, according to police. Police responded to Hill Street Extension just...

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Super Storm Sandy Aid Tops $250 Million

More than $250 million in federal assistance has been approved to help people and businesses with disaster expenses from Superstorm Sandy since President Barack Obama approved Disaster Declaration...

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Powerball Winner: $338M Is "Pure Joy"

The Passaic, N.J., father of five who won the $338 million Powerball jackpot claimed his coveted prize Tuesday, describing the moment he won the jackpot as "pure joy" and "just happiness." Wearing a...

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Middlefield Grave Sites Targeted by Thieves

Adding insult to injury, people are finding that grave sites of their loved ones in Middlefield are being targeted by thieves. Of the hundreds of tombstones lining the St. Sebastian Cemetery on Meriden...

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Governor Shows Support for Gay Marriage Through Social Media

As the U.S. Supreme Court wades into the gay marriage fight Tuesday, supporters have changed their Twitter and Facebook icons to a red equal symbol. On Tuesday morning, the Human Rights Commission...

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Families of Fatal Arson Victims Cannot Wear Buttons

Two years ago, the Roberson family lost three family members in a fire at 48-50 Wolcott Street in New Haven that authorities said was intentionally set. Wanda, Jaquetta and Quayshawn Roberson all died...

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Southbury Firefighters Save Dog from Frozen Pond

A family in Southbury  say they will be forever grateful to some firefighters who saved their beloved pit bull Monday night. Connie Fluman was out walking her pit-bill on Monday night at Hidden Pond...

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Enfield to Place Armed Guards in Schools

Members of the Enfield Board of Education voted on Tuesday night, 5-4, in favor of placing an armed guard in every school and residents are split on the idea and the decision. Many board members said...

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"Pee to Play" at the Ballpark

A steady stream will help Pennsylvania minor league baseball fans stay entertained and learn about prostate health while answering nature’s call at the ballpark. The Lehigh Valley IronPigs, the...

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With 13th DUI, Man Finally Heads to Prison

It was way back in 1984 when Lawrence Konyves was convicted for his first DUI. But the Yardley, Penn., man, who was 16 at the time, was just getting started, receiving a dozen more DUI charges since...

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Petraeus Apologizes for Affair That Prompted Resignation

David Petraeus apologized Tuesday for the extramarital affair that led to his resignation as CIA chief in November.  Petraeus, who before he retired was one of the most decorated and respected military...

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Fire Closes Burger King in Newington

The Burger King, at 2500 Berlin Turnpike in Newington, is closed today because of a fire in the deep fryer. No additional information is available.   Photo Credit: NBCConnecticut.com

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Wallingford, Stamford Postal Facilities to Close By Labor Day

The United States Postal Service will be closing two postal processing centers in Connecticut by Labor Day. The facilities in Wallingford and Stamford were scheduled to close next year but, because of...

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Man Whose Jeep Plunged off Bridge Has Died

A 46-year-old Clinton man has died after crashing through a concrete barrier in Windsor and plunging 25 feet below, according to Hartford Hospital. Police said Richard Mazzella was driving a 2012 Jeep...

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Last Human Toll for the Golden Gate Bridge

As the end of her afternoon shift collecting tolls on the Golden Gate Bridge ended, Dawnette Reed felt the tears begin to come. She stepped out of her booth at lane three and made the walk back to the...

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Arlington Neighbors Warned About Coyote Sightings

A community group in northern Virginia is warning neighbors about a four-leg predator stalking the neighborhood. Residents are reporting seeing coyotes in yards and near businesses. News4's Jackie...

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NYC Pay Phones Turned into Time Capsules

New York City payphones are hardly used for actual calls anymore. But now, thousands of them are being turned into time machines -- they're making just one stop, to 1993. Tracie Strahan reports.

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Conn. Town to Place Armed Guards in Schools

The school board in Enfield, Conn. voted Tuesday night, 5-4, in favor of placing an armed guard in every school. Many board members said that it wasn't worth taking a risk after the school shooting...

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Fla. Gov. Demands Explanation Over University's Jesus "Stomping"

Florida Gov. Rick Scott waded into a religious-infused campus controversy Tuesday, asking the state university system chancellor to look into a classroom lesson at Florida Atlantic University in which...

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