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Hartford Mayoral Race: John Gale

We are seeing some movement in the race for mayor of Hartford. Last month, Mayor Pedro Segarra appeared on Face the State and suggested he was leaning toward running for … Continue reading

12/19/2014 · Leave a comment

Comprehending Coltsville

Word that Coltsville in Hartford is becoming a national historic park was met with cheers, congratulations and a little bit of confusion. What does it all mean? We’ll get answers … Continue reading

12/19/2014 · Leave a comment

Former Hillary Clinton Supporter: Connecticut Would Embrace Warren

The 2016 presidential buzz surrounding Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is being heard here in Connecticut.  A member of the state Democratic committee and former Hillary Clinton supporter is now focusing … Continue reading

12/19/2014 · 1 Comment

Mourning a Connecticut TV Pioneer

We received word this week of the death of a former member of the Channel 3 team, Jean Tucker.  Jean made broadcast history in Connecticut when she became the first … Continue reading

12/19/2014 · 2 Comments

Who is Running for Mayor of Hartford?

Ever since Mayor Pedro Segarra appeared on Face the State last month and suggested he is leaning toward running for another term, we’ve heard the names of several potential opponents.  … Continue reading

12/12/2014 · Leave a comment

State Senator Maynard Improving

Injured state senator Andrew Maynard is improving and will be back at the state capitol next year.  That, according to incoming senate president Martin Looney, who made the comments during … Continue reading

12/12/2014 · Leave a comment

11 Weeks After the Transformation Challenge

I’ve been asked by many of you how I’ve been doing now that the 6 week MELT transformation challenge is over.   After 6 weeks I had dropped more than 18 … Continue reading

12/11/2014 · Leave a comment

The Murder of John Lennon and the Violent Months that Followed

I was a senior in high school when former Beatle John Lennon was shot to death outside his home near Central Park.  It was a pretty shocking story and I … Continue reading

12/08/2014 · 1 Comment

Assisted Suicide Law Debate Expected in 2015

Assisted suicide is an emotional issue for many people, especially those who have watched a loved one suffer from a long and sometimes painful death.  Next year, the debate over … Continue reading

12/05/2014 · 7 Comments

The Big 2-0!

As fall prepares to give way to winter, Denise D’Ascenzo and I have been doing quite a bit of reminiscing these days.  That’s because twenty years ago this autumn, we … Continue reading

12/05/2014 · Leave a comment

Connecticut After Ferguson & Staten Island

Across Connecticut, people have been responding to the grand jury decisions Ferguson, Missouri and Staten Island, New York.  Peaceful protests have popped up in Hartford, New Haven and in small … Continue reading

12/05/2014 · Leave a comment

A New Beginning for Site of Revered Broadcast House

We are getting our first look at a new apartment building planned for the site of the old WFSB Broadcast House at Constitution Plaza.  Developer Abul Islam has released sketches … Continue reading

12/03/2014 · Leave a comment

Women in Business

More and more women are entering not only politics, but another once male dominated arena: the business world.   This past Sunday on Face the State, we talked about some impressive … Continue reading

11/26/2014 · Leave a comment

Mika, Hillary, and Healthcare

With former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton expected to run for president next year, we looked through the WFSB archives for stories we have done on Mrs. Clinton to be … Continue reading

11/26/2014 · Leave a comment

New Frosh Under the Golden Dome

The governor, lieutenant governor, constitutional officers, and congressional delegation will all be the same in 2015, but there are several new members of the general assembly set to be sworn … Continue reading

11/26/2014 · Leave a comment

Winter Storm Ariana

Our first winter storm of the season is named after Ariana Grande!   This year the WFSB weather team is naming the storms after chart toppers, and our Facebook followers cast … Continue reading

11/25/2014 · Leave a comment

2018 Governor’s Race ?

There has been quite a bit of concern from taxpayers this week as they learned of budget cuts being proposed by Governor Malloy as a way to close a budget … Continue reading

11/21/2014 · 3 Comments

Face the State Flashback: The Rowland Wedding

Twenty years ago this weekend our top story was a wedding much of Connecticut was buzzing about even though it was happening in neighboring Rhode Island.   Then Governor-elect John Rowland … Continue reading

11/21/2014 · Leave a comment

Finding Your Career on Social Media

There are thousands of people across Connecticut looking for work, and there are easier ways to find a job nowadays than it was when this picture was taken during the … Continue reading

11/21/2014 · Leave a comment

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