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Police crack down on underage drinking at rap show

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Hartford police are in full force at the Xfinity Theatre for the “Chance the Rapper” sold-out show. 

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Walmart is making their employees wear capes

Not all heroes wear capes, but some Walmart employees do. At least during “Back to School” season. In a post on social media, Kennedy, a 21-year-old from Arkansas, posted a photo of herself in a cape during her shift at Walmart.

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Police: Teens filmed, taunted man as he drowned in Florida pond

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Instead of calling for help, the teens recorded the incident on a cell phone, chuckling during the victim's final moments.

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Gun N' Roses brings tour to CT

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Gun N' Roses are coming to Connecticut later this year. The Not In This Lifetime Tour comes to the XL Center on Oct. 23 at 7:30 pm. 

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Chief to recommend charges against Florida teens who recorded drowning

A Florida police chief said he will recommend criminal charges be filed against five teenagers who taunted a drowning man while recording his death from afar. More>>

New London police responded to 7 overdoses on Thursday

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New London police said emergency crews were inundated with calls on Thursday associated with “K2” overdoses.

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Search for missing man in Milford suspended

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A recovery effort is underway for a missing swimmer in Milford on Friday afternoon.

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Study claims spanking leads to mental illness

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A new study claims that the more children are spanked, the more likely they will develop mental health problems.

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CT mother set for deportation seeks sanctuary at church

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A Norwalk mother of four children who has lived in the United States for more than two decades is supposed to be headed back to Guatemala on Thursday.

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Dog abandoned at Waterbury Stop and Shop

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An awful story out of Waterbury where eyewitnesses say a dog was pushed out of a van and left in the parking lot of a busy Stop and Shop.

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