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For nearly five years, the young Russian political-science student was an unusual fixture at the most important events of the U.S. conservative movement. Maria Butina, who was indicted this week on charges of being a covert Russian agent, struck up friendships with the influential leaders of the...
A day after worried Windsor Locks officials put a hold on talks for a $200 million sports complex, First Selectman Chris Kervick said he is hopeful the project’s developer can explain away troubling new information about his background. “We’re going to give him an opportunity to explain and convince...
Uniformed members of the Connecticut National Guard loaded paper plates with hot dogs, hamburgers and slices of watermelon as the 102nd Army Pop Ensemble, Ripcord, played upbeat music to enliven the lunchtime festivities Tuesday. Chompers, a mascot for the Hartford Yard Goats, and Blaze, representing...
Elizabeth Cambage scored a WNBA single-game record 53 points to help the Dallas Wings beat the New York Liberty 104-87 on Tuesday. Cambage reached 50 points on a 3-point play with 2:19 remaining and broke Riquna Williams' WNBA record of 51 points, set Sept. 8, 2013, on a wide open 3-pointer from...
UConn women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma is known for speaking his mind. Whether it’s an opinion or criticism, he’s always willing to share it. When Auriemma was interviewed by The Courant for a podcast recently, he had plenty to say about a number of topics, but it was the question about the...
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Guatemala (EFE).- El portavoz de la Coordinadora Nacional para la Reducción de Desastres de Guatemala, David De León, indicó que el número de fallecidos por la erupción del volcán de Fuego el pasado 3 de junio se ha elevado a ... The post Elevan a 121 los muertos por la erupción del volcán de Fuego en Guatemala en junio pasado appeared first on Periodico Identidad Latina.
Edimburgo (Reino Unido) (EFE).- La estancia privada en Escocia del presidente de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump, y su esposa Melania el pasado fin de semana en su hotel costero T... The post La estancia de Trump en su hotel de Escocia costó a EEUU casi 59.000 euros appeared first on Periodico Identidad Latina.
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Washington (EFE).- El presidente de EEUU, Donald Trump, aseguró hoy que “muchas cosas positivas saldrán” de la cumbre que mantuvo el pasado lunes con su colega ruso, Vladímir Putin, en He... The post EEUU: Trump dice que saldrán “muchas cosas positivas” de su reunión con Putin appeared first on Periodico Identidad Latina.
La Liga Americana volvió a imponer su dominio ante la Nacional Houston (EE.UU.) (EFE).- El dominio de la Liga Americana en ... The post BEÍSBOL: Liga Americana se impone ante la Nacional appeared first on Periodico Identidad Latina.
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An organization pushing back against the Trump administration’s policy of separating immigrant families was holding rallies Thursday in cities across the United States. The rallies are organized by Families Belong Together, or Familias Unidas No Divididas, in cities such as Washington, Los Angeles and Austin, Texas. At least 60 cities were holding events Thursday, the group said. “We oppose the cruel, inhumane and unjustified separation of children from their families along the US border and other points of entry,” the organization says in […]
EAST LYME — Have you seen this man? East Lyme police say they are investing two commercial burglaries on Boston Post Road, and looking for the suspect. Police say the burglaries happened on July 17th. The first one happened at 117 Boston Post Road, while the second one happened at 217 Boston Post Road. Surveillance cameras caught the suspect prior to breaking into one of the buildings and while inside. Once inside, money was stolen from both businesses. The suspect […]
SOUTHINGTON — Police say that two people have been arrested after they say a dog named Knight was abused. Police say that the incident happened in June, when Kyle Burleigh brought Knight into the Southington Animal Control facility. Kyle claimed that he didn’t know the dog, and found it in his back yard six days before coming in. Knight had difficulty walking, and was found to have very long nails on all paws, and large skin tags on its underside. […]
EAST HARTFORD — K9 Capo with the East Hartford Police Department has a lot to wag its tail about! Capo has received a bullet and stab protective vest. The vest came about via a donation from a non-profit organization called Vested interest in K9s, Inc. The vest was sponsored by Protectors of Animals of East Hartford, and embroidered with the sentiment “This gift of protection provided by Protectors of Animals”. “Very special thanks go to the generosity and efforts of […]
It can be hard enough losing the family dog, cat or other pet, but trying to figure out how to help children cope can add to the challenge at an already difficult time. It would be nice if there were one easy template to follow, but that’s not too realistic according to Dr. Laura Saunders, a Psychologist at the Institute For Living in Hartford. She said parents will have to personalize their approach based on the age and maturity of […]
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The National Weather Service is in Connecticut to investigate in Windham County after a tornado warning was issued yesterday and the storm brought down trees.A National Weather Service Team went to Putnam and surveyed damage to the roof of Putnam Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram on Providence Pike. Calif. Chef's Restaurant Receipts Share Message on Immigration Employees of the dealership said the sky got dark, then strong winds and rain came through.They are heading to Ashford, which is one of the towns that was hardest hit by the storms. The business is open Wednesday. MLB All-Star Game Brings 10 Innings, Record 10 Homers On Wednesday morning, streets are still lined with trees and branches that snapped and came down Tuesday.Pauline Attardo, of Ashford, said she took cover in her basement for half an hour during the tornado warning and saw all the damage when she went back outside. Elon Musk Apologizes for Calling Thai Cave Diver a 'Pedo' "The trees were just bent right over and it was getting darker. And I said, "Uh, oh." So we ran down into the cellar. We waited 30 minutes and then we came back up and saw all the devastation," Attardo said.The National Weather Service will be making a determination about the storm that moved through the area. See photos of the storm damage here:Photo Credit: Jacqueline Boulay This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
Southington Police have arrested a mother and her son after their dog was found to have multiple health problems last month.According to police, 21-year-old Kyle Burleigh, of Plantsville, brought a dog to the Southington Animal Control facility in June. He told Animal Control that he had found the dog six days prior. Calif. Chef's Restaurant Receipts Share Message on Immigration The dog had trouble walking, had very long nails on all paws and had large skin tags on its underside, officials said.Kyle told Animal Control that that was the condition that he had found the dog in and that he did not recognize it from the area. He also told them that he was not the owner of the dog and gave a statement on the incident, police said. MLB All-Star Game Brings 10 Innings, Record 10 Homers The dog was taken to a local veterinary for a medical evaluation. The vet had a record of a dog matching the description of this one being owned by Kyle's mother, Linda Burleigh, also of Plantsville.Vet officials say the dog's name is Knight and they had last treated him in September of 2010. An examination revealed the dog was dirty with a strong foul odor, had hair loss, scaly skin, chronically infected ears, masses hanging from his abdomen, some atrophy in his hind legs and nails that had grown long enough that they grew into his toe pad. Elon Musk Apologizes for Calling Thai Cave Diver a 'Pedo' State records show that Linda adopted Knight in August of 2010.Officers confronted Kyle with the information about Knight. Kyle admitted that he originally gave a false statement about Knight's owner, police said. Kyle also admitted Animal Control into his home where they found dried blood on the carpet. Kyle told them that the blood was from Knight's ingrown nails, officers said.Kyle and Linda are facing charges including cruelty to animals, failure to vaccinate a dog and failure to license a dog. Kyle is facing an additional charge of making a false statement.Both Kyle and Linda were released on a $1,500 bond and are scheduled to appear in court in Bristol on July 23.Knight is receiving medical treatment and experts say his condition is improving.Photo Credit: Southington Police
A 71-year-old New Hampshire woman was badly injured when she was attacked by a black bear inside her own home early Tuesday and had to drag herself to the phone to call for help, her daughter said.Apryl Rogers, of Groton, was hospitalized after suffering serious injuries to her head and face during the encounter. Calif. Chef's Restaurant Receipts Share Message on Immigration New Hampshire Fish and Game officials said that the attack occurred around 1:15 a.m. at the woman's home on Hall Brook Road. They believe the bear injured the woman accidentally while trying to get out of the home.Rogers' daughter, Stacey Murray, surveyed the aftermath: A wad of animal fur resting on the kitchen counter, claw marks left on the door, household items strewn across the floor and a blood trail in some places. MLB All-Star Game Brings 10 Innings, Record 10 Homers "There's trash everywhere. There's bear feces everywhere. There's blood everywhere," Murray said.Murray said her mother was woken up by strange sounds in the house. Elon Musk Apologizes for Calling Thai Cave Diver a 'Pedo' "We think (the bear) pushed the door," Murray said. "Door wasn't latched tight enough."She said her mother got out of bed and went into the kitchen to investigate."She apparently cornered the bear and it attacked her face trying to get out of the house," Murray said.Rogers' daughter said she was "shocked" about the bear attack, but not surprised that her mother, who uses a wheelchair, was able to drag herself to her phone — which was left covered in blood — to call 911. "We all know she is strong so she'll be OK," Murray said through her tears.Efforts are now underway to locate the bear, and officials said it will likely have to be killed once it is found.Groton is a town of fewer than 600 people, located just south of the White Mountains and about 50 miles north of Concord.Photo Credit: FILE - AP
Rescue crews say they have found the fourth victim of a deadly collision between two small planes over the Everglades in Southwest Miami-Dade.Miami-Dade Police Detective Alvaro Zabaleta said the person found after crews resumed their search Wednesday morning near Southwest 8th Street between Krome Avenue and the line with Collier County was a 22-year-old flight student. Florida Couple Arrested in $280K Home Depot Fraud Scheme The collision happened around 1 p.m. Tuesday about nine miles west of Miami Executive Airport, officials with Miami-Dade Fire Rescue and the FAA said.Three victims – 22-year-old Jorge A. Sanchez, 72-year-old Ralph Knight, 72; and 19-year-old Nisha Sejwal – were identified immediately. Zabaleta said federal investigators on the scene confirmed all three were experienced pilots. Fla. Deputy Shoots Gator That Trapped Teen Girl in Tree Footage showed the badly damaged planes, a Piper PA-34 and a Cessna 172, in a grassy area of the Everglades. Crews responded to the scene by helicopter and airboat to recover the bodies.The wreckage of both planes had the name of local flight school Dean International on their sides. The school, which is based out of Miami Executive Airport, has been involved in a number of incidents involving planes, most recently a crash in the Everglades in May that left two hospitalized.NBC 6 last year obtained reports by the National Transportation and Safety Board and Federal Aviation Administration of downed planes from the school. Since 2007, a total of 29 accidents or incidents had been documented, including five fatalities, before the two cases this year.After two crashes in 2017 – one where a pilot was killed after crashing in the Everglades and another where two people were not injured following a crash landing in Key Biscayne – nearly 80 percent of the company’s 50 planes were taken out of service to deal with issues ranging from routine maintenance to faulty beaks, loose and missing screws and more.Both the NTSB and the FAA continue their investigation into the latest crash. NBC 6 reached out to the owner of Dean International Flight School, but has not heard back.
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