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1 hr ago | The Wizard of Odds

Boise State's Trip to Connecticut Pays Off With Win

Boise State's trip to play Connecticut in Hartford, Conn., on Saturday was the farthest east the Broncos had ever ventured. Wiz correspondent Greg Laughlin was among the 30,098 at Rentschler Field to watch the Boise State stop the Huskies, 38-21 .

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Patch.com

West Hartford Police Arrests Include Larceny, Operating Under the Influence Charges

Carlina Cruz, 21, of 50 Hollis Drive in Meriden was arrested on a charge of sixth-degree larceny on Sept. 1. Cruz was released to West Hartford Police Department by New Britain Police Department on Sept.

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The Hartford Courant

Families And Friends Mourn The Deaths Of Their Children

Family and friends gathered Sunday afternoon to mourn the death of their children at the annual Cherish Our Children walk and ceremony. In its 14th year, Cherish Our Children is an annual ceremony for grieving families and parents who have experienced the death of their child - an isolating and ongoing journey, according to Mollie Wentworth, a mother who helps organize the annual event.

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WTNH

Police in Jamaica looking for missing Hartford woman

Jamaican police are looking for an American woman who they say has gone missing from a town on the island's north coast. The Jamaica Constabulary Force said Sunday they are looking for 27-year-old Bonnie Hardware of Hartford, Connecticut.

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Examiner.com

Judge Judy : Interesting things about television's highest paid celebrity

According to Business Insider , Judge Judy Sheindlin is television's highest-paid celebrity. She earns $47 million for her syndicated daytime television show "Judge Judy."

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The Hartford Courant

How A Deadly Factory Explosion In 1854 Fueled The Creation Of Hartford's First Hospital

The deadly steam boiler explosion in 1854 at the Fales & Gray Car Works in Hartford wasn't caused by a leaky old boiler but a new one that had been in operation for only about a month. The blast led to the establishment of Hartford Hospital, the first hospital in the city.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

The Hartford Courant

Alston's Big Play Helps Bulkeley Put Away Weaver

Bulkeley coach Pablo Ortiz Jr. knew his offense had strayed from its strength in the second half against Weaver, so the coach called upon a senior known simply as "Danger." Captain Javon Alston capped off a 10-point swing for Bulkeley in a matter of 80 seconds, helping the Bulldogs defeat Weaver 23-19 in a CCC interdivision season opener Saturday at Weaver.

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NBC Connecticut

Officials Warn of Fake Luke Bryan Tickets

Authorities share warnings about fake tickets ahead of this weekend's Luke Bryan concert in Hartford and offer tips about how to verify their authenticity. Thousands will flock to Hartford on Saturday as country megastar Luke Bryan takes the stage, and Hartford police are urging concert-goers to be on the lookout for ticket scams.

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The Hartford Courant

Glastonbury Says No Public Hearing On Proposed Cell Tower

The town council has decided not hold a public hearing on a telecommunication tower proposed for a farm along Candlewood Road, unlike some recent tower proposals. Christopher Bird, who lives on Twelve Acre Lane near the proposed 120-foot tower, criticized the council for not holding a public hearing on the proposal in advance of its review by the Connecticut Siting Council later this fall.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

The Hartford Courant

Man Charged In Hartford Shooting Refuses To Participate In Court Proceedings

A judge ruled Friday that a New Britain man facing numerous charges, including three counts of attempted murder, will be allowed represent himself at a hearing on his alleged probation violation. Lopez is accused of shooting at a car on Henry Street, narrowly missing two children, 2 and 6, and their mother.

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The Hartford Courant

Police: Man Fatally Shot In Hartford

A man was fatally shot on Hungerford Street Friday night, becoming the city's 10th homicide of the year, police said. The man was shot in the head, police said.

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The Hartford Courant

Mexican Restaurant Qdoba Planned For Front Street

The new restaurant will occupy about 2,600 square feet at 39 Front St., a company spokeswoman said Friday. The opening is planned for sometime in 2015, she said.

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Patch.com

Hartford Man Tasered, Arrested in West Hartford

Keith Lamar Brown, 34, of Granby Street in Hartford, was observed driving in West Hartford with front end damage on his vehicle, according to police. The vehicle then proceeded into Hartford where it crashed and Brown allegedly fled from the vehicle before being apprehended, according to police.

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CTNow.com

British Saxophone Giant Evan Parker To Play Two Dates In Connecticut

A solo performance by British saxophonist Evan Parker might make you rethink everything you know about music. You could be reminded of John Coltrane's sheets-of-sound period, or the relentless, near-static textures of Gyorgi Ligeti's keyboard music, or maybe Igor Stravinsky's late-period micro-counterpoint, or maybe nothing you've heard before.

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The Hartford Courant

Canton Defeats SMSA/University In Football Opener

Canton used a productive running game and stingy defense to defeat Sport & Medical Sciences Academy/University-Hartford 35-6 Thursday night at Dillon Stadium. Canton rushed for 224 yards, while its defense limited the home team to 14 rushing yards in the Pequot Uncas Division season opener.

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WTNH

Hartford crossing guard struck by car

The crossing guard was hit by the vehicle near New Park Ave. and Grace St. It happened around 7:50 a.m. Hartford Deputy Chief Brian Foley said the guard was hit at a low speed. Glare from the morning sun was a factor in the accident, Foley said in a Tweet.

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CTNow.com

Fall Dance: Traditiional

This season an array of dance offerings will entertain, amaze with athleticism, and even reflect on social issues - such as the slippery slope of social media - are we more connected, or less? And, what is up with the obsession over "selfies?" These are all questions audience members will explore in an interactive dance experience watching Sonia Plumb Dance Company's "Privacy Settings," which will be performed Sept. 20-21 at the University of Saint Joseph in West Hartford.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

TwinCities

Twins' minor-league future in New Britain remains unclear

With the Rock Cats' stadium situation in flux after 2015, the Twins have yet to extend a player-development contract that began in 1995 but is set to expire on Sept. 15. Deals are typically forged in two-year increments, but the Rock Cats are in the early stages of a possible move to a new stadium in Hartford, Conn., for 2016.

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WWLP

Missing Hartford teen found in Colorado

A 14-year-old Connecticut girl missing since last month has been found in Colorado, and the man suspected of kidnapping her after months of online chatting is under arrest, police said Thursday. Acting on a tip from the FBI, police in Longmont say they found the girl in an apartment Wednesday afternoon.

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The Hartford Courant

Testimony In Hartford Murder Trial Ends; Jury Deliberations Begin Friday

Testimony ended Thursday in the murder trial of Donald Raynor, alleged city gang leader, after his defense attorneys rested their case without calling any witnesses. Raynor, 27, is facing charges of murder, conspiracy and criminal use of a firearm in connection with the fatal shooting of 22-year-old Delano Gray on June 18, 2007.

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