3 Democrats, 2 Republicans win legislative seats

Three Democrats and two Republicans have won seats in the Connecticut legislature following a series of special elections
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Special elections planned to fill 5 open legislative seats

Special elections will be held to fill five legislative seats vacated by incumbents who've taken jobs with Gov. Ned Lamont's administration
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Man pleads guilty to killing wife 3 weeks after wedding

A Connecticut man has pleaded guilty to killing his wife just three weeks after their wedding nearly a decade ago and will serve 25 years in prison
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Flight academy, instructor sued over fatal 2017 plane crash

The sister of a student pilot who died in a 2017 plane crash in Connecticut has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the instructor and flight school
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Driver killed, another seriously injured in wrong-way crash

Connecticut State Police say one driver died and another was seriously injured after a wrong-way crash involving three vehicles
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Courtney invites USCGA whistleblower to State of the Union

A member of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy faculty who blew the whistle on harassment and workplace bullying at the school has been invited by Connecticut congres
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New London announces State Pier revenue agreement

New London says the city will receive 10 percent of the Connecticut Port Authority's share of revenue from State Pier
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Bills would make it easier for older residents to vote

After years of focusing on young voters, New Hampshire lawmakers now are considering changes to make it easier for older residents to cast their ballots
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Food pantry remains open for now at Coast Guard Academy

The food pantry for federal workers impacted by the partial government shutdown remains open at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy
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Suspect in custody after 2 found dead in Connecticut home

Police say a suspect has been taken into custody in connection with the deaths of a man and a woman whose bodies were found inside a Connecticut home
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Coast Guard spouses keep to tight budgets as shutdown ends

U.S. Coast Guard spouses in southern New England say they'll continue to spend money cautiously even though the longest government shutdown in U.S. history has
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As shutdown drags on, 'Coast Guard City' takes a hit

In New London, Connecticut, the community pulls together to help hundreds of unpaid Coast Guard employees as federal shutdown drags on
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As shutdown drags on, a 'Coast Guard City' rallies

In New London, Connecticut, the community pulls together to help hundreds of unpaid Coast Guard employees as federal shutdown drags on
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Food pantry opens for employees at Coast Guard Academy

A coalition of Coast Guard-related nonprofit groups has opened up a pop-up food pantry at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy to help Coast Guard and academy workers a
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Lamont sets Feb. 26 for special elections in 5 districts

Gov. Ned Lamont sets Feb. 26 for special election to fill five open legislative seats
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Coast Guard Academy names new superintendent

The U.S. Coast Guard Academy has named a new leader
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5 Democratic lawmakers will not take oath on opening day

Five Democratic Connecticut lawmakers will not be taking the oath of office, opting instead to join Gov.-elect Ned Lamont's new administration
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5 children, driver hurt in Wisconsin school bus crash

Authorities say five children and their school bus driver were injured when their bus crashed in east-central Wisconsin
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More lawmakers opting for jobs in Lamont administration

More Connecticut lawmakers are opting for jobs with the new governor instead of joining the new General Assembly
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State picks operator for New London port

Connecticut's Port Authority has chosen an operator for the State Pier in New London
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Connecticut agency works to help furloughed federal workers

Connecticut's Department of Labor is working to help some of the approximately 1,500 federal employees in the state who are likely affected by the federal gover
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Panel suggests no new courts for people addicted to opioids

A Connecticut task force has recommended against creating special state courts to serve people addicted to opioids, citing successful drug treatment programs al
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Panel recommends no new courts for opioid addicts

A Connecticut task force has recommended against creating special state courts to serve people addicted to opioids, citing successful drug treatment programs al
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Coast Guard Academy: Government shutdown could hurt cadets

The U.S. Coast Guard Academy says its ability to serve cadets returning from winter break will be affected by the forced furlough of administrative staff and ot
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