NEW HAVEN, CT. (WFSB) - To combat the rise in violence, New Haven Police are working to build relationships within the community, on and off t…
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The Quinnipiac University community is mourning the passing of a student Thursday.
The original format of "The Activist" will be scrapped following pointed criticism of the CBS show that was echoed by one of the program's own…
Heat already kills more Americans than any other weather-related disaster, according to the National Weather Service -- and climate change is making these extreme events even more dangerous.
MIDDLETOWN, CT (WFSB) - On this day of remembrance, many of us can remember where we were when we learned about the September 11 attacks.
Days after remnants of Ida brought heavy rainfall to our state, many people are still cleaning up.
More than 10,000 people reported to law enforcement last year that they were the victim of a hate crime because of their race or ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, religion or disability -- a number that has been on the rise in recent years, according to FBI's annual hate crime statistics report.
If Cesar Chavez were alive today, he'd be fighting for Latino voters but also African Americans and Asian Americans and members of the LGBTQ community -- anyone marginalized by efforts to curb voting rights and access to the polls, the labor hero's grandson says.