State wildlife officials reported 67 home break-ins statewide in 2022, a record number that wildly outpaces annual numbers from the previous five years.
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LATEST CONNECTICUT NEWS
Right now, students who are taking at least six credits at local community colleges and are attending college for the first time don't have to pay for college in Connecticut. But a new proposal could extend free college tuition to all community college students and to some students attending state universities.
Connecticut has seen a spike in the number of catalytic converters stolen from vehicles in public lots.
English language learning parents call for translation and interpretation services across CT schoolsA new coalition of immigrant rights groups joined two Connecticut legislators calling for translation and interpretation services across Connecticut schools
The Regionalized Human Trafficking Recovery Taskforce in Connecticut will increase prevention efforts, provide victim advocacy and support, and educate and train the community to detect and report potential human trafficking activity.
WSHU’s Molly Ingram spoke with Jayanti Owens, assistant professor of organizational behavior at the Yale School of Management, about her research that shows Black boys are more likely to be punished for acting out at school compared to their white classmates.
A coalition of civic groups concerned with city government in Bridgeport, Connecticut, launched a campaign to influence this year’s mayoral election.