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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says the city will set up checkpoints at Penn Station and other entry points to the city to tell travelers from 35 states and territories with high COVID-19 infection rates that they must quarantine for 14 days. 


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Some Eversource customers in Connecticut say their energy bills have more than doubled, as they’ve been running home air conditioning non-stop during quarantine. Now, state regulators have rolled back electric rates and launched an investigation. 

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A college student wanted in connection with two killings in Connecticut was taken into custody when he walked out of a wooded area and surrendered peacefully in Maryland after six days on the run, police said Thursday.

Peter Manfredonia, 23, a University of Connecticut senior, declined to fight extradition back to Connecticut during a brief court hearing Thursday conducted by video. It remained unclear how long he will stay detained in Maryland.

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Connecticut education administrators say more federal, state and local government funding would be needed to safely reopen schools this fall. The officials spoke at a roundtable meeting of Governor Ned Lamont’s Reopen Connecticut Advisory Group.

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has notified the other 49 states about a mysterious inflammatory disease related to the coronavirus that has affected children. At least three have died. One of them was a Suffolk County teenager.