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Associated PressStalled contract negotiations led thousands of workers in Verizon Communication Inc.'s wireline division to go on strike Sunday, potentially affecting landline operations as well as installation of services like FiOS, its fiber-optic television and...
Dorothy "Dorie" Sheridan, 72, of Westmont doesn't let her health challenges with Parkinson's disease keep her away from her passion and love for the arts. "I'm a fiber artist," she said. "Ever since I could remember I've been doing fiber art. My...
Tags: Toy Industry, Arts and Culture, Nancy Reagan, Arts
The Hartford CourantDrive along the Berlin Turnpike, and you're inundated with a plethora of fast-food and franchise dining options. But tucked in between are a few restaurants that stand on their own, and the newest addition in that comfortable home-style category is...
Tags: Homes, Vermont, Bars and Clubs, Litchfield County, New York
Reuters reporterThe number of obese U.S. adults rose in 16 states in the last year, helping to push obesity rates in a dozen states above 30 percent, according to a report released on Thursday. By that measure, Mississippi is the fattest state in the union with an adult...
Lot of posturing going on these days. Governor Malloy is threatening to add a half percent to Connecticut's unemployment rate by laying off thousands and the Republicans in Washington are threatening to destroy the USA's credit and plunge the world into...
The Hartford CourantThree years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court narrowed the application of the death penalty when it ruled that execution was unconstitutional as a punishment for a Louisiana man convicted of brutally raping a child. Now, defense attorneys for Joshua...
Tags: Murder, Crimes, Lawyers, U.S. Supreme Court, Assault
An invasive insect species known as the Asian Longhorned Beetle (ALB) could pose a threat to Pennsylvania's forests. As a result, volunteers are being called to help monitor Johnstown for any signs of the foreign critters. Natural Biodiversity, a group...
Special To the CourantLet there be no confusion on the matter. As of Sunday evening the vibes are now legitimately, painstakingly gathered. It took one very long and very hot four-day weekend to complete a mission that demanded ample peace, music and hula-hoops, regardless...
FOX CTThe Privateer IV is docked in Gloucester, Massachusetts, one of the oldest seaports in the country. It is a high speed vessel, owned by 7 Seas Whale Watch and, every summer, visitors flock to it's decks to travel out into the open waters in hopes of...
Tags: Wildlife, Endangered Species, Massachusetts, Travel, Maine
PIX11.comOn the first day of the marriage equality law, New York City wed a record 659 couples. 484 were married by State Court Judges who volunteered their time to be part of the event. New York is the sixth and largest state in the nation to legalize same sex...
Tags: Utah, Tennessee, New York, Same-Sex Marriage, Delaware
In a sweeping move aimed at curbing long-distance air pollution that afflicts the health of 240 million Americans — including Marylanders — the Environmental Protection Agency is ordering power plants across much of the eastern United States...
KTLA does not produce the shows we broadcast so we do not have access to tickets. We also no longer own or manage the soundstages next door to us. KTLA does not allow the general public to attend our live Morning News broadcast. You can try the following...
Tags: Tickets, Stamford, Television, Media Industry, Entertainment
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