State v. Conn. Emp. Union Indep. At approximately 5:50 p.m. on March 7, 2012, a police officer caught Gregory Linhoff, who worked at the University of Connecticut Health Center, smoking pot while he was on duty. Although prosecutors dismissed criminal charges for smoking and possession of ... 08/26/2016 - 6:55 am | View Link
Conn's and LG Bring Basketball Excitement to Houston Middle School University of Houston and NBA legend, Clyde Drexler, headlined the event to celebrate college basketball in Houston. More than 800 students packed their gym to hear Drexler talk about helping the University of Houston Cougars’ renowned “Phi Slama Jamma ... 03/24/2016 - 5:00 am | View Link
Lack of diversity in Conn. police top ranks spur critics Rodriguez reflected on the melting pot that is Connecticut’s largest city ... Kringen is an assistant criminal justice professor at the University of New Haven and a former police officer in Alexandria, Va. “They’re the people driving the mission ... 03/15/2016 - 7:51 am | View Link
Who are Conn. cops most likely to stun with a Taser? Minorities, data show. The AP published these alarming statistics this week and researchers at Central Connecticut State University expect to publish an extensive report for state officials before the end of February. Connecticut police officers reported 641 stun gun ... 01/27/2016 - 4:56 am | View Link
Preliminary tests come back negative on Conn. patient with Ebola-like symptoms But out of an abundance of caution, a second test is being done. The patient is a Yale University student, one of two who returned last week from Liberia, where they spent a month researching Ebola. The patient had been monitored by a physician for the ... 10/16/2014 - 11:03 am | View Link
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Credit scores are checked by employers, landlords, utility companies, and lenders, and that's one reason why some consumer advocates are worried about Wells Fargo opening millions of phony accounts.
Wells Fargo has been fined $185 million for letting employees open checking and credit card accounts for customers without their knowledge, and while the company says it is contacting customers to find out if the accounts they have are authorized and promises to try to make restitution, it's highly likely credit scores have been majorly affected.
The first gaffe of the presidential debate goes to … the presidential debate itself!
"Hillary" misspelled on souvenir tickets for #Hofstra students - University spox says tickets will be reprinted for those who won #nbc4ny pic.twitter.com/F2AGDfDhgl
— Steven Bognar (@Bogs4NY) September 26, 2016
Of Hofstra University's 10,870 enrolled students, 350 won tickets to attend the debate through a lottery system.