Johnathon Henninger

Will Connecticut Actually Pass A Budget This Week?

Connecticut lawmakers are expected back at the State Capitol on Thursday. They’ll be there to finally vote on the state’s two-year budget that was supposed to have taken effect on July 1. Lawmakers have spent the past three months since they adjourned from their regular session arguing about how to fix a $3.5 billion deficit in the state’s $40 billion two-year budget.

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Irma Recovery Begins; Storm Flooded Parts Of Florida, South Carolina And Georgia

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFu2L-fLieM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mrJsba_DfYA Updated at 7:30 p.m. ET As millions of Florida residents begin to assess damage left by Hurricane Irma, people in Georgia and South Carolina are also struggling to cope with heavy flooding and power outages in coastal areas. Some 4.7 million Florida homes and businesses — close to half the state's electricity customers — were without electricity, along with nearly 846,000 customers in Georgia, about 122...

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Connecticut Only One Of Amazon’s Many Suitors

The State of Connecticut is putting together a proposal to lure Amazon to build its next headquarters in the state. The Seattle-based company recently announced it wants spend $5 billion on a second headquarters to house as many as 50,000 employees.

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As the residents of Moore, Okla., and surrounding communities continue to recover from Monday's devastating tornado that killed at least 24 people and injured more than 375, we're keeping an eye on the news from there:

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Walking A Beat: Community Policing In New Haven

Aug 17, 2012
Dan Katz / WSHU

The new police chief in New Haven, Connecticut assigns his officers to walk beats in the city's neighborhoods to get to know those communities. He hopes these new walking beats will reduce the crime rate. Like the state's other two biggest cities, New Haven's crime rate has far exceeded the national average for the past 20 years. Michelle Hackman walked a beat with two of New Haven's policemen to see what community policing looks like and whether it can put a dent in the city's crime.

A Talk With Jules Feiffer

Feb 23, 2011

In this PRNDI Award-winning interview, Mark Herz talks to Jules Feiffer. Feiffer's been a cartoonist for the The Village Voice, a children's book illustrator, playwright, and screenwriter. He shares his perspective on being in the eighth decade of a prolific career.

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