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Connecticut Today with Paul Pacelli: Shoot It Down?

Connecticut Today with Paul Pacelli: Shoot It Down?

Friday’s “Connecticut Today” with Paul Pacelli featured a lively debate concerning what the U.S. should do about a balloon from China floating across the country (0:33). Heritage Foundation military and foreign policy analyst James Jay Carafano commented on that balloon, as well (12:20). American Institute for Economic Research’s Dr. Phil Magness talked about Hulu’s current…

Cooking with Claud: Roasted Pear and Butternut Squash Soup

Cooking with Claud: Roasted Pear and Butternut Squash Soup

Serves 6 people INGREDIENTS:— 8 pears (peeled, cored and diced)— 1 butternut squash (peeled, seeded and cubed)— 1/2 red onion cut into wedges— 2 peeled garlic cloves— 1/2 tsp. dried rosemary— 1 1/2 tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil— 1 tsp. ground black pepper— 1/2 tsp. salt— 1 carton chicken or vegetable broth PREHEAT OVEN TO 400…

Melissa in the Morning: All Things Doctor

Melissa in the Morning: All Things Doctor

Today is National Women Physicians Day meant to honor women doctors across the country. We spoke with Dr. Robin Oshman, the President of the Fairfield County Chapter of the American Women’s Medical Association. She shared the statistics on women in the medical field and how their practices differ from male doctors. ((00:00)) February 3rd recognizes…

Connecticut Today with Paul Pacelli: Taking Money From Tipped Workers?

Connecticut Today with Paul Pacelli: Taking Money From Tipped Workers?

On Thursday’s “Connecticut Today,” host Paul Pacelli chatted with Trumbull restauranteur and GOP State Rep. Dave Rutigliano on the possible elimination of Connecticut’s “subminimum wage” for tipped workers (0:34). University of New Haven Criminal Justice Professor Dr. Lorenzo Boyd offered his thoughts on the Tyre Nichols case in Memphis (12:23). Stratford Democratic State Representative Joe…

Melissa in the Morning: Valley Fever

Melissa in the Morning: Valley Fever

We don’t talk much about valley fever here in Connecticut but now we are. The issue which typically plagues people in the southwest is now reportedly spreading and is expected to reach the east by the end of the century. Dr. Browne shares why it’s spreading and everything we need to know about it. He also…

Melissa in the Morning: Postpartum Psychosis

Melissa in the Morning: Postpartum Psychosis

After a Massachusetts mother allegedly killed her three children, her husband revealed his wife was struggling severely from a mental condition. Doctors say it was likely postpartum psychosis. Dr. Andre Newfield with Hartford Healthcare says this is incredibly rare and shared the difference between postpartum psychosis and postpartum depression. ((00:00)) Senator Richard Blumenthal spoke about…

Connecticut Today with Paul Pacelli: Another Lunatic Idea

Connecticut Today with Paul Pacelli: Another Lunatic Idea

Wednesday’s “Connecticut Today” with Paul Pacelli highlighted a controversial motorcycle helmet law being proposed at the State Capitol (0:26). Yankee Institute President Carol Platt Liebau weighed in a proposal for the expanded use of traffic cameras around the state (13:21). We were also joined by Jean Paul Mac Isaac, author of, “American Injustice: My Battle…

Melissa in the Morning: Lockdowns for Youngsters

Melissa in the Morning: Lockdowns for Youngsters

We did a three week series with education consultant, Liz Englander, on the need for lockdown protocols for children under the age of 5. She broke down what this looks like for preschools, nursery schools and daycare centers.  IMAGE CREDIT: iStock / Getty Images Plus

Melissa in the Morning: Life Saving Donations

Melissa in the Morning: Life Saving Donations

So many times, listeners will say, “I want to know where my dollars go, or in this case, I want to know who’s receiving the blood I donate.” And a lot of times we don’t have a specific name or story to give you. But today, we had the honor of highlighting a local mom…