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"I've trained for this for six years and it's an unbelievable feeling to see it pay off."
At 18, the Connecticut man is the youngest ever to qualify for an American Olympic luge squad.
Madison's Mac Bohonnon is on his way to the Winter Olympics. He plans to compete hard and win. And he has some longer term goals as well, that include helping others the way others have help
Mac Bohonnon, of Madison, and Eliza Outtrim, of Hamden, are going for gold in Sochi.
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Scroll down for a complete TV schedule. The women's team starts Feb. 8, while the men start Feb. 13.
Located in Norwalk, Triangle Community Center (TCC) is an LGBTQ Community Center serving all of Fairfield County. The "You Can Play Day" event has an expected attendance of over 6,000 people
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John Moffit explains to the New York Times why he walked away from the fame and fortune of the National Football League.
The Madison Jaycees will host their annual Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day featuring a 5-mile road race and a 2-mile family fitness walk.
Former UConn football head coach Paul Pasqualoni says he knew there was an investigation, but he didn't know the details.
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The Clinton Thunder are the champions of the Guilford Fall Ball League. The Clinton Thunder capped off a 13-1 regular season with a victory in the championship game on Sunday October 27th.
Octavias McKoy ran right into the records books with a stellar performance for Western Connecticut State University. Catch the highlights in this YouTube clip.
Here's your marine and inland fishing report for this week.
East Lyme's John McDonald and Trumbull's Craig Breslow are the latest two of a long line of Connecticut natives to play for the Boston Red Sox in their 112-year history.
The American League Championship Series starts Saturday in night in Boston, with the winner advancing to the World Series. Here in Connecticut we'll have our eyes on our own "smartest man in