Dan Katz

WSHU News Director

Dan began his career in public radio at WUFT-FM in Gainesville while attending the University of Florida. As host and producer of the Front Page Edition of All Things Considered, he interviewed several key political figures as well as some controversial personalities. He has been recognized by the Florida Associated Press and the Connecticut Society of Professional Journalists for his feature reporting.

Ways to Connect

Jessica Hill / AP

Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin announced on Monday that he’s ending his exploratory committee for governor of Connecticut.

Bioasis Technologies

 


When Alexion Pharmaceuticals announced last fall that it was moving its headquarters from New Haven to Boston, it was a blow to Connecticut’s bioscience industry. But smaller companies are already filling the void.

Bioasis Technologies is a Vancouver, Canada-based company developing a treatment for brain cancer. They chose to open their U.S. office in Guilford, a block from the town green. 

Jacquelyn Martin / AP

Connecticut Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty, D-CT5, said Monday that she won’t seek re-election in November. Her announcement comes a few days after she admitted to mishandling a 2016 abuse claim from one of her staffers, which prompted calls for her resignation from both Democrats and Republicans.

Alex Brandon / AP

Three Connecticut students took center stage Saturday at the “March For Our Lives” rally in Washington, D.C., organized in response to last month’s school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., that killed 17 people.

Winter Wonderland? Enough Already.

Mar 13, 2018
Steven Senne / AP

Residents in New York and Connecticut are tired of the winter weather as another nor’easter leaves behind slushy sidewalks and wet roads.

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