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Judge's ruling supports new fuel economy standards

A decision by a federal judge this week could force automakers to increase fuel economy standards for cars. WNPR's Nancy Cohen reports although the ruling upheld a California law, it has implications for Connecticut.

-1 s2007 DEC 14
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Judge's ruling supports new fuel economy standards

Fire destroys businesses in New Haven

A three-alarm fire in downtown New Haven Wednesday destroyed several businesses and forced the evacuation of nearly 100 residential units. WNPR's Diane Orson reports.

-1 s2007 DEC 13
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Fire destroys businesses in New Haven

Problems for disabled voters discussed

Advocates for disabled residents gathered for a post election meeting with Secretary of State, Susan Bysiewicz Wednesday afternoon. WNPR's Lucy Nalpathanchil reports

-1 s2007 DEC 13
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Problems for disabled voters discussed

Yale offers online courses

Yale University began offering some of its most popular courses online this past Tuesday.

-1 s2007 DEC 13
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Yale offers online courses

A Christmas Bird Count in Connecticut

This coming weekend dedicated birders will make a contribution to science by spending a day identifying and counting birds. As WNPR's Nancy Cohen reports the Audubon Society's annual Christmas Bird Count, which runs on weekends in the state until December 30th, helps scientists keep track of threatened bird species.

-1 s2007 DEC 10
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A Christmas Bird Count in Connecticut

Town officials fight FAA flight plans

Towns officials in southwest Connecticut are continuing to fight plans by a federal agency to route more flights over Fairfield County.

-1 s2007 DEC 10
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Town officials fight FAA flight plans

Connecticut led shareholder lawsuit settled

Former UnitedHealth Group CEO William McGuire has agreed to surrender more than 400 million dollars to settle federal government claims and a Connecticut led shareholder lawsuit related to a stock-options backdating scandal.

-1 s2007 DEC 10
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Connecticut led shareholder lawsuit settled

Lawmakers make time to address violent crimes

Connecticut lawmakers overwhelmingly approved a resolution today that allows them to go into special session in January to adopt tougher penalties for violent crimes. WNPR's Av Harris reports.

-1 s2007 DEC 7
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Lawmakers make time to address violent crimes

Reinsurance industry buoyant with no major hurricanes

The reinsurance industry looks poised to benefit from a second year with no major hurricane damage in the US. Hedge funds which have invested heavily in the industry will also be counting the profits. WNPR's Harriet Jones reports.

-1 s2007 DEC 7
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Reinsurance industry buoyant with no major hurricanes

Electric Boat hints at potential layoffs

The President of Electric Boat says employment at the shipyard could still fall next year, despite extra cash being made available for the Virginia class submarine program. WNPR's Harriet Jones reports.

-1 s2007 DEC 7
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Electric Boat hints at potential layoffs

Latest Episodes

Judge's ruling supports new fuel economy standards

A decision by a federal judge this week could force automakers to increase fuel economy standards for cars. WNPR's Nancy Cohen reports although the ruling upheld a California law, it has implications for Connecticut.

-1 s2007 DEC 14
Comments
Judge's ruling supports new fuel economy standards

Fire destroys businesses in New Haven

A three-alarm fire in downtown New Haven Wednesday destroyed several businesses and forced the evacuation of nearly 100 residential units. WNPR's Diane Orson reports.

-1 s2007 DEC 13
Comments
Fire destroys businesses in New Haven

Problems for disabled voters discussed

Advocates for disabled residents gathered for a post election meeting with Secretary of State, Susan Bysiewicz Wednesday afternoon. WNPR's Lucy Nalpathanchil reports

-1 s2007 DEC 13
Comments
Problems for disabled voters discussed

Yale offers online courses

Yale University began offering some of its most popular courses online this past Tuesday.

-1 s2007 DEC 13
Comments
Yale offers online courses

A Christmas Bird Count in Connecticut

This coming weekend dedicated birders will make a contribution to science by spending a day identifying and counting birds. As WNPR's Nancy Cohen reports the Audubon Society's annual Christmas Bird Count, which runs on weekends in the state until December 30th, helps scientists keep track of threatened bird species.

-1 s2007 DEC 10
Comments
A Christmas Bird Count in Connecticut

Town officials fight FAA flight plans

Towns officials in southwest Connecticut are continuing to fight plans by a federal agency to route more flights over Fairfield County.

-1 s2007 DEC 10
Comments
Town officials fight FAA flight plans

Connecticut led shareholder lawsuit settled

Former UnitedHealth Group CEO William McGuire has agreed to surrender more than 400 million dollars to settle federal government claims and a Connecticut led shareholder lawsuit related to a stock-options backdating scandal.

-1 s2007 DEC 10
Comments
Connecticut led shareholder lawsuit settled

Lawmakers make time to address violent crimes

Connecticut lawmakers overwhelmingly approved a resolution today that allows them to go into special session in January to adopt tougher penalties for violent crimes. WNPR's Av Harris reports.

-1 s2007 DEC 7
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Lawmakers make time to address violent crimes

Reinsurance industry buoyant with no major hurricanes

The reinsurance industry looks poised to benefit from a second year with no major hurricane damage in the US. Hedge funds which have invested heavily in the industry will also be counting the profits. WNPR's Harriet Jones reports.

-1 s2007 DEC 7
Comments
Reinsurance industry buoyant with no major hurricanes

Electric Boat hints at potential layoffs

The President of Electric Boat says employment at the shipyard could still fall next year, despite extra cash being made available for the Virginia class submarine program. WNPR's Harriet Jones reports.

-1 s2007 DEC 7
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Electric Boat hints at potential layoffs
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