CONNECTICUT

Coverage of Connecticut from New England Public Radio, NPR, and other NPR stations.

Police arrested two University of Connecticut students Monday after a video posted to social media showed students shouting racial slurs outside of a campus residence hall.

A Hamden police officer who fired shots at an unarmed couple in New Haven in April was arrested Monday and released on bond. 

New state data show that vaccination rates among some of the youngest schoolchildren in Connecticut fall below federally recommended levels.

The Department of Public Health Monday released school-by-school immunization data from the 2018/2019 year, which showed there were 134 schools where less than 95% percent of kindergartners got vaccinated for measles, mumps and rubella.

A couple who sued the Connecticut Department of Public Health say they want to block the state’s release of school vaccination data while they appeal a Superior Court decision.

The Massachusetts nonprofit whose World War II-era bomber crashed this month is planning a return to the skies. The Collings Foundation grounded flights temporarily after seven people died aboard its B-17.

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