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Secret Service issued new drinking rules


(WTNH/CNN)– The Secret Service is being handed a new set of guidelines when it comes to drinking alcohol.

This comes after Secret Service agents allegedly crashed into a White House barrier after a night of drinking. 100 more words

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Prison guard found responsible for assault

SUFFIELD, Conn. (WTNH)– A correctional officer was found responsible for an assault of an inmate in federal court Thursday.

According to a press release, correctional officer James Papciak, who works for the McDougal Walker Correctional Facility in Suffield, assaulted inmate Jospeh Izzo back in 2009. 106 more words

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Dense Fog Advisory

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THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN UPTON HAS ISSUED A DENSE FOG
ADVISORY...WHICH IS IN EFFECT UNTIL MIDNIGHT EDT TONIGHT. 71 more words
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NY man pleads guilty in gambling operation

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH)– A New York man plead guilty in federal courtĀ for failing to file a wagering tax return Wednesday.

According to a release, 33 year old Salvatore Ferraioli of Staten Island was involved in an illegal sports gambling operation based out of Stamford. 81 more words

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Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson not being renewed by the BBC

(WTNH/CNN)– Following what the BBC called a “fracas,” Jeremy Clarkson will not be returning to Top Gear.

The BBC made the announcement today, after he apparently busted his producer’s lip and verbally abused him after there was not hot food prepared after a day of shooting. 63 more words

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Track the Snow

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CHECK OUT THIS LIVE STREAMING EAGLE CAM!

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New findings about Alzheimer's in Connecticut

(WTNH)– New findings included in 2015 Alzheimer’s Disease Facts and Figures report, including updated findings for Connecticut.

An estimated 5.3 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease this year, including 73,000 in Connecticut. 131 more words

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