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Teens can still seek treatment without consent
7:46 pm
Tue April 8, 2014

Conn. task force to recommend the state raise the age for mental health consent to 18

A Connecticut task force is going to recommend that the state raise the legal age of consent for mental health treatment to 18. The task force made the decision on Tuesday.

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Bomb plot suspect charged for immigration fraud
6:40 pm
Tue April 8, 2014

FBI says man living in Bridgeport plotted to bomb buildings, using model airplane

A man living in Bridgeport allegedly plotted to bomb a university and a federal building, by flying armed model airplanes at them. El Mehdi Smlali Fahti was arrested by the FBI on Monday.The affidavit says the FBI recorded  him repeatedly saying in Arabic that he planned to bomb a university outside of Connecticut, and a federal building and courthouse in the state, which the document says houses offices for Homeland Security Investigations. It does not specifically name which school or building were targeted.

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Family says residents were violated
5:15 pm
Tue April 8, 2014

NYAG investigating nursing home stripper

The New York Attorney General's office is investigating claims that a Long Island nursing home allowed a stripper to perform for residents. The investigation comes after a lawsuit brought by the family of an 85-year-old woman.

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Business
12:12 pm
Tue April 8, 2014

Cuomo showcases NY beer, wine, spirits & cider industries

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo hosted a second beer, wine, spirits and now cider summit Tuesday to showcase one of the state’s few growth industries. Cuomo says the industry has created a few thousand new jobs in the state.

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Men beat Kentucky to win NCAA championship
10:03 am
Tue April 8, 2014

UConn! UConn! UConn!

Connecticut players celebrate after their 60-54 victory over Kentucky in the NCAA Final Four tournament college basketball championship game Monday, April 7, 2014, in Arlington, Texas.
Credit AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez

The University of Connecticut men's basketball team defeated the University of Kentucky 60-54 on Monday night to win their fourth NCAA championship.

UConn guard Shabazz Napier was selected as the Most Outstanding Player at the Final Four after getting 22 points and six rebounds in the championship game.
 
 The Huskies' steely point guard outshined Kentucky's freshmen phenoms in the win. Napier and fellow backcourt mate Ryan Boatright controlled the tempo
and together outscored Wildcats twin guards Aaron and Andrew Harrison 36-15.
 
 Napier as a freshman won a national title on UConn's 2011 team led by another
star guard in Kemba Walker.

Back at the school's campus in Storrs, thousands of jubilant students celebrated the win.

The scene in Storrs as reported on WSHU's Morning Edition with Tom Kuser

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