Connecticut Today with Paul Pacelli: What Constitutes Doing “Something?”

Connecticut Today with Paul Pacelli: What Constitutes Doing “Something?”

Host Paul Pacelli wondered what’s next as many Americans are calling for “something” to be done after the latest school shooting (0:32). University of New Haven criminal justice lecturer Robert McDonald – a veteran of the U.S. Secret Service – talked about what can be done to try and prevent future mass shootings (11:24). Yankee…

CT Humane Society Pet of the Week

CT Humane Society Pet of the Week

Meet Sasha, a 7-month old border collie mix seeking a family that’s ready to include their furry best friend in virtually all their fun activities! Typical to her breed, she’s full of energy and intelligence. Families with experience in raising dogs like her will be the best fit for this cutie. She can live in…

Melissa in the Morning: Mental Health Facilities

Melissa in the Morning: Mental Health Facilities

1. After the Texas mass shooting at an elementary school, we tackle mental health resources. George Welch with the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities talks about affordable and available care…or rather, lack of care options. ((00:10))2. Summer Safety 2022: Skin Cancer and protection from the sun ((16:04))3. A popular Bridgeport business is expanding and…

Connecticut Today with Paul Pacelli: Wait For the Facts On the Newtown Bear Shooting

Connecticut Today with Paul Pacelli: Wait For the Facts On the Newtown Bear Shooting

Host Paul Pacelli on “Connecticut Today” urged people to avoid the urge to immediately condemn an off-duty police officer who recently shot a bear on his property (0:41). Connecticut Deputy Consumer Protection Commissioner Andrea Comer updated us on the current status of ramping up Connecticut’s retail marijuana market (10:33). We also heard an impassioned floor…

Melissa in the Morning: Three Years Later

Melissa in the Morning: Three Years Later

It was three years ago today that Jennifer Dulos dropped her children off at school near her New Canaan home and was never seen again. Her estranged husband Fotis Dulos was charged with murder and later took his own life. Legal expert, Bill Bloss, gives us his perspective on what can happen next in the…

Melissa in the Morning: 100 Deadliest Days on the Roads

Melissa in the Morning: 100 Deadliest Days on the Roads

1. For summer safety week, we talked about the 100 deadliest days of being on the roads. Fran Mayko of AAA talked about what makes it the most dangerous stretch of time for drivers. ((00:10))2. After Memorial Day weekend, have you heard of CT Trails Day? Learn about the 200 events happening June 4-5th! ((14:55))3.…

Connecticut Today with Paul Pacelli: More Juvenile Crime

Connecticut Today with Paul Pacelli: More Juvenile Crime

Friday’s “Connecticut Today” had host Paul Pacelli talking about another close call involving juvenile suspects at a nearby mall (0:35). Local gasoline analyst Mike Fox joined us again to talk about how high prices at the pump might eventually go (12:34). Immigration attorney Renata Castro chatted with us about the current controversy surrounding “Title 42”…

Melissa in the Morning: Check-in with the Governor

Melissa in the Morning: Check-in with the Governor

1. The governor answered questions about abortion, heating oil prices, mental health, covid and more. Catch his latest answers to your questions. ((00:10))2. Title 42 is going to expire next week. Congressman Himes is worried about that with covid cases on the rise. ((15:55))3. Dr. Michael Goldstein wants your signature to get him on the…