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When will you get that stimulus check and how big will it be?

Most will receive $1,200 checks, but those who don't file taxes or make too much money will be locked out.

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COVID-19 cases soaring, state, hospitals, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reviewing sites in CT for overflow COVID-19 patients

Gov. Lamont: "We're running like hell and the virus is right behind us."

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State can’t print money, but it can guide economic rise from pandemic

Connecticut can't print money like Washington, but it has many options to shield its economy from the coronavirus crisis.

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It’s time to develop a statewide remote learning system

With the onset of the COVID-19 crisis shuttering our schools now and into the foreseeable future, educators are scrambling to…

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  • Volunteerism

Even at moment of social distancing, it’s ‘Volunteer Month’ and ‘Child Abuse Prevention Month’

While April is officially “Volunteer Month,” it’s always timely to recognize those who give their hours, skills, and thoughts to…

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An eight-hour fire drill: How the governors of CT, NY and NJ scrambled to avert a quarantine

The president spoke, then he tweeted. The result was eight hours of frantic calls between Hartford, Albany, Trenton and Washington.

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‘Red Dawn Breaking Bad:’ Officials warned about safety gear shortfall early on, emails show

In sharp contrast to President Donald Trump’s statements at the time.

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We make our youth high risk when we continue to detain and incarcerate them

Youth needs seem to be the easiest to neglect, apparently even if their lives are at stake in the middle…

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FEMA approves major disaster declaration for Connecticut as number of COVID-19 cases nears 2,000

The federal declaration unlocks crucial federal funding to fight the COVID-19 pandemic as it continues its spread across the state.

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What we know — and don’t know — about possible coronavirus treatments promoted by Trump

Little evidence that decades-old anti-malarial drugs work for the treatment or prevention of coronavirus, but here’s what we do know.

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A global health expert explains COVID-19 to her daughter (and the rest of us)

Kristina Talert-Slagle, Ph.D., is Director of the Yale College Health Studies Program and Associate Director of the Yale Institute for…

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Homeschooling on the fly

Like many parents around the world, my family and I have spent the last two weeks trying to figure out…

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Trump walks back quarantine for parts of Connecticut, New York and New Jersey

The president walked back his remarks Saturday night, saying he would institute a travel advisory instead.

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Physicians fear for their families as they battle coronavirus with too little armor

Dr. Jessica Kiss’ girls cry when she goes to work. They know she could catch the coronavirus from her patients.

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Rising COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations are ‘the beginning of the surge’ in Connecticut

As of Friday, 173 people are hospitalized in Connecticut with COVID-19 while hospital vacancy statewide is at 39 percent.