Issues 28 April '17
The Connecticut police just solved a 2015 murder case using the victim's Fitbit.
Health/Nutrition 6 April '17
Two bills related to medical marijuana were passed in Utah while lawmakers decided they will not support recreational marijuana legalization in Connecticut.
School 5 April '17
A student from Connecticut died of choking after taking part of a pancake-eating contest.
Health 6 February '17
Michael Shamel Davis, 27, has been charged with risk of injury to a minor.
School 23 December '16
The state's School-Based Diversion Initiative (SBDI) was established since 2008 and covers at least 31 districts, including the latest additions.
Family Life 21 November '16
The man alleged of killing his wife and abandoning his daughter at a terminal in New York has been arrested.
Autism 3 August '16
Autism-friendly centers and spaces in the United States aim to improve autistic children's motor skills and more. These kids' coordination and physical movements are improved thanks to the therapy and treatments provided by those centers.
School 27 July '16
Desegregated schools provide important benefits to children such as drop in prejudice, better analytical thinking, increased civic commitment, and improved learning outcomes. But If children aren't exposed to diversity early on in their lives, how are they going to excel in diverse schools and environments?
Family Life 18 July '16
Around 8 million American drivers displayed angry and aggressive acts on the road. This includes intentionally hitting another vehicle or getting out of their cars to confront another driver.
Toddler 13 July '16
The little girl stood on a toilet seat at home to reenact a lockdown drill they were taught at school as preparation if there's a shooter in the vicinity. Despite the lockdown drills' purpose, the fact that U.S. schools need that kind of preparedness breaks the hearts of parents everywhere.
Health 2 June '16
The baby girl has microcephaly and abnormal eyes. Zika is transmitted by Aedes species mosquito carriers, and can be acquired through sex as well.
Bilingual 30 May '16
The U.S. is seeing the benefits of dual-language programs. Learning English and other languages side-by-side can benefit students in the future, serving as their advantage in the work force.
Body 29 April '16
For some women, having dense breasts can lead to cancer. The automated whole breast ultrasound, or ABUS, helps to accurately find cancer lesions in women who have dense breasts.
Parenting 28 March '16
Greedy parents were the ones hunting for Easter eggs during Pez Candy's third annual children's Easter egg hunt in Orange, Connecticut. The event quickly descended into chaos as parents started collecting eggs even before organizers said go.
News 17 March '16
Cyndimae Meehan died while battling for medical marijuana legalization for pediatric patients.
News 24 February '16
First & Last Tavern restaurant in in Glastonbury, Connecticut has launched a pay-it-forward program following Shane and MaryJo Dunn's act of random kindness over the weekend.