Melissa In The Morning: Wet And Dry

Melissa In The Morning: Wet And Dry

The investigation into a large explosion last week in Bridgeport could take months to complete. The blast last Friday at Tradebe Environmental Services injured three people and rocked a nearby residential neighborhood. We got the very latest on the incident and aftermath from Bridgeport Fire Chief Lance Edwards. (0:00)

Connecticut State Police certainly didn’t take a holiday. New data released by CSP, shows troopers were out in full force from Christmas to New Years and this past weekend, dozens of people got in trouble for drinking and driving. We talked to Sgt. Christine Jeltema about the findings, trooper numbers and goals for 2024. (15:38)

January is known as “Dry January” for some to take a break from drinking. We talked about the hold alcohol has on so many in our society and how to better deal with the problem at hand. Counselor Julius Dudics offered insight and tips to overcome bad habits. (26:24)

Maybe travel plans are part of your 2024. But before you book, do you have your passport in check? We spoke with AAA about wait times to get your passport, different passport rules for different countries and why having a travel agent could help in the long run! (42:39).

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