• Outages persist 9 days after Sandy

    Scattered power outages persist in Connecticut more than a week after Superstorm Sandy hit the Northeast with high winds and storm surges on Long Island Sound.
  • Federal help to Conn. for Sandy tops $7.6 million

    Gov. Dannel Malloy said state residents have received more than $7.6 million in federal help with disaster expenses related to Superstorm Sandy.
  • Dietitian gives healthy meals that won't spoil during Hurricane Sandy

    Are you storm ready? A little preparation can make the time you are without power, heat and hot water much easier. Here are some simple food ideas provided by registered dietitian Ana Zeller of Practical Nutrition to get you through the aftermath of a storm.
  • DPH announces boil water advisories for 82 water systems

    The Department of Public Health announced Wednesday that 82 small public drinking water systems in the state are now under a boil water advisory as a result of Hurricane Sandy.
  • Cities, towns provide hurricane relief

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    Volunteers The Red Cross said that people interested in volunteering or if that are in need call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767). He said in regard to people looking to volunteer or donate, the Red Cross'
  • Gas lines form in Greenwich amid shortages in NY

    Greenwich police say lines are forming at gas stations in town as people from the New York City area drive into Connecticut in search of fuel.
  • Merrill to tour polls in 3 Conn. communities

    Secretary of the State Denise Merrill is touring polling places in Bridgeport, Trumbull and Greenwich that have been affected by Superstorm Sandy.
  • Hurricane Sandy: How to handle insurance claims (Chat Log)

    Here is a chat log from an officials from the Connecticut Insurance Department about how to handle some claims after Hurricane Sandy.
  • Storm drains Red Cross of blood donations

    The American Red Cross said Hurricane Sandy has forced it to cancel more than 325 blood drives in 13 states and Washington, D.C., resulting in a shortfall of more than 11,000 blood donations.
  • 1st commuter train since storm leaves Conn. for NY

    Commuter rail service between Stamford and New York's Grand Central Station has resumed, but the first trip after Superstorm Sandy was plagued by delays and other troubles.
  • Conn., NY passengers ride free on commuter trains

    Commuter rail service between Stamford and New York's Grand Central Station is struggling to return to normal, though passengers are getting an unusual free ride.
  • High demand for ice created by power outages

    As power outages persist in Connecticut, people are picking up more and more ice to try to save perishables in freezers and fridges. The demand for ice from Burnside Ice Company started last week. Orders were flowing in, even before Hurricane Sandy.
  • Storm's impact on Conn. polling places assessed

    Connecticut's elections chief will be speaking with local officials to assess how Superstorm Sandy may affect preparations for voting on Election Day next Tuesday.
  • Operations resuming in L.I. Sound port after storm

    The Coast Guard says operations are resuming in the Port of Long Island Sound.
  • 50 houses destroyed in NYC after storm sweeps through

    A fire involving at least 50 houses burned in a neighborhood in the New York City borough of Queens.
  • Fuel supplies in storm a concern to gas stations

    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has asked a task force preparing for Hurricane Sandy to ensure that fuel suppliers are fully supplied in Connecticut to avoid shortages.
  • NYC braces for megastorm; evacuations ordered

    New Yorkers have been scrambling to gather supplies and get out of the way as forecasters warned that a wall of water could hit the nation's largest city.
  • Water inches closer to a home along the shore as Hurricane Sandy inches closer to Connecticut

    Hurricane Sandy: How to handle a flight cancellation

    Hurricane Sandy is expected to make landfall Monday night or early Tuesday, likely in New Jersey. It will tie up with other weather systems and form a so-called superstorm. Airlines have preemptively canceled thousands of flights in New York, Philadelphia, Washington and elsewhere. But the storm's affects are already being felt far away from the East Coast.
  • East Haven orders mandatory evacuations

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    East Haven Mayor, Joseph Maturo, Jr., ordered a mandatory evacuation of various low-lying areas beginning at 8 a.m. on Sunday morning. The evacuations are to be completed by 6 p.m. "The town has coordinated
  • 5 reasons why Sandy is expected to be a superstorm

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    If you're wondering why Hurricane Sandy is expected to become a superstorm, here are five reasons why meteorologists are coming to that conclusion.
  • Navy base prepares for effects of Sandy

    The Naval Submarine Base in Groton is preparing in case it has to send attack submarines out into the ocean to avoid the effects of Hurricane Sandy.
  • Hybrid of Sandy, winter storm threatens East Coast

    Government forecasters say a big storm that they're calling "Frankenstorm" is likely to blast most of the U.S. East Coast next week.
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    East Haven orders mandatory evacuations

    East Haven orders mandatory evacuations

    Saturday, October 27 2012 7:58 PM EDT2012-10-27 23:58:35 GMT
    East Haven Mayor, Joseph Maturo, Jr., ordered a mandatory evacuation of various low-lying areas beginning at 8 a.m. on Sunday morning. The evacuations are to be completed by 6 p.m. "The town has coordinatedMore >
    East Haven Mayor, Joseph Maturo, Jr., ordered a mandatory evacuation of various low-lying areas beginning at 8 a.m. on Sunday morning. The evacuations are to be completed by 6 p.m. "The town has coordinatedMore >
  • Tracking Sandy

    5 reasons why Sandy is expected to be a superstorm

    5 reasons why Sandy is expected to be a superstorm

    Saturday, October 27 2012 11:23 AM EDT2012-10-27 15:23:38 GMT
    If you're wondering why Hurricane Sandy is expected to become a superstorm, here are five reasons why meteorologists are coming to that conclusion.Northbound Hurricane:Hurricane Sandy is moving very slowlyMore >
    If you're wondering why Hurricane Sandy is expected to become a superstorm, here are five reasons why meteorologists are coming to that conclusion.More >

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