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Face the Facts WVIT 10 a.m.

Host: Mike Hydeck

Waterbury Police Chief Fernando Spagnolo discusses the rash of youth crime in his city and whether a new law is having an impact.

Kosta Diamantis, Director of School Construction Grants & Review for the State, talks with Mike about improving ventilation in schools.

Christine Stuart reports on some of the upsets in this week’s municipal primaries.

Power & Politics News12 Saturday at 4:30 pm & 6:30/ Sunday 11:30am & 6:30pm.

Host: John Craven

Cannabis Countdown: What’s next in legal marijuana?

  • Michelle Seagull (CT Consumer Protection commissioner)
  • Andrea Comer (Social Equity Council chair)

Redistricting and You

  • State Sen. Kevin Kelly (R-CT Senate Minority Leader)
  • State Rep. Gregg Haddad (D-Mansfield)

PLUS:

  • Gov. Lamont wants to extend CT’s COVID emergency. Why homeless shelters say it could be a matter of life and death.
  • Major upset in Stamford: Longtime Mayor David Martin falls to Caroline Simmons in the Democratic primary

CT ’21  WFSB  8:30 a.m.

Host: Eric Parker

Status of Sports Gaming

Guest: Paul Mounds / Chief of Staff to Gov. Ned Lamont

Covid in Connecticut

Guest: Dr. Virginia Bieluch / Chief of Infectious Diseases at the Hospital of Central Connecticut

Sunday Spotlight / Fall Foliage

Guest:  Christopher Martin / State Forester

This Week in Connecticut WTNH 10:00 am

Host: Dennis House

Juvenile Justice Reform:

Mayor Lisa Marotta (R) Rocky Hill/ Brian Foley, State Police spokesperson/State Senator Matt Lesser (D)/State Senator Kevin Kelly (R)

Off to Washington: Sara Bronin, Biden nominee

CT Capitol Report WTNH  10:30am

Host: Tom Dudchik

Liz Kurantowicz and State Rep. Sean Scanlon join Tom

Primaries: Guilford, Stamford, New Britain, Hamden
Gas Tax Rally
Save the Sound guest
Lamont and Pandemic Power Extension

The Real Story  Fox61  10 a.m.

Host: Jenn Bernstein

Dr. Albert Ko from the Yale School of Public Health talks about Connecticut’s fight against Covid-19.

Greg Bordonaro from the Hartford Business Journal discusses how Connecticut businesses seem to be faring at this stage of the pandemic.

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