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Drills funded by FEMA grant
10:46 am
Wed March 26, 2014

New Haven emergency workers practice disaster response

File photo of New Haven Harbor
Credit AP Photo/Bob Child

Emergency workers in New Haven have been participating in a drill, where they practice responding to a staged disaster.  New Haven is one of 12 major cities in the U.S. to be given a grant from Federal Emergency Management Agency to hold these drills. 

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Conn. DEEP investigates wolf-dog hybrids
9:57 am
Wed March 26, 2014

Attack of the hybrid wolf-dogs?

In this photo released by Wolf Park, is a wolf-dog hybrid in Indiana. The Connecticut DEEP is investigating an incident involving hybrid wolf-dogs in Ledyard, Conn.
Credit (AP Photo/Wolf Park, Monty Sloan)

The headline sounds a bit like a plot from a horror movie – hybrid wolf-dogs menacing a community in Southeastern Connecticut. But the state’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection says these animals really exist, and they’re looking into the report of a Ledyard resident who claimed a pack of hybrid wolf-dogs running loose threatened him. WSHU’s Craig LeMoult spoke with Bill Hyatt, chief of the Bureau of Natural Resources for the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.

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Grant sends experts to LI
7:53 am
Wed March 26, 2014

IBM helps Suffolk figure out sewer problems

At his State of the County Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone called nitrogen the biggest threat to Suffolk
Credit Charles Lane

Suffolk County has received a grant from the technology company IBM to help solve what many see as Long Island's biggest looming crisis: poor water quality. Planners and environmentalists say they’re "thrilled" with the announcement.

    

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Proposal increaes CT-N budget by $3.5 million
6:35 pm
Tue March 25, 2014

Conn. state TV service wins legislative committee approval for a $6 million budget

A proposal that more than doubles state funding for the television service that covers Connecticut government got the nod of a key legislative committee on Tuesday. The state General Assembly's Finance, Revenue, and Bonding Committee voted 33 to 17 to approve the proposal.

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State would pay for 3 courses
7:16 pm
Mon March 24, 2014

Malloy highlights bill he proposed to encourage former students to go back to college

Conn. Governor Dannel Malloy at Housatonic Community College on Monday
Credit Craig LeMoult

Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy visited Housatonic Community College in Bridgeport on Monday to speak about a bill he has proposed to increase the number of people who can finish degrees at Connecticut’s state colleges and universities.

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