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After All Things

Your daily news podcast with all the important updates in Connecticut and New York and a special focus on how our region is emerging from the pandemic. Hosted by WSHU's Sabrina Garone and publishing evenings Monday through Friday.

Latest Episodes
  • Around 40,000 Connecticut residents sought support from the state’s coalition against domestic violence last year. Officials in Connecticut met to discuss the future of college admissions. New York teens are facing a mental health crisis. And what we now know about a cyber attack on Prospect Medical Holdings from over the summer.
  • Connecticut and Long Island will experience heavy rains through tonight. The search is on for an election monitor in Bridgeport. And the battle over affirmative action continues, this time at West Point.
  • Senator Chris Murphy calls for action to stop fentanyl from entering the country through Mexico. Connecticut’s new gun violence prevention laws take effect this weekend. Bridgeport police look to “Take Back Park Avenue.” And childcare providers will lose federal dollars this week.
  • $22 million in state funding will help Bridgeport demolish the old PSEG Harbor Station coal-fired power plant. A government shutdown could slow efforts to alleviate New York’s migrant crisis. Connecticut joins other states in creating a model for reproductive equity. And North Fork farm workers look for ways to be prepared before disaster strikes.
  • Connecticut joins 16 other states in suing Amazon. More National Guard members will assist with New York’s migrant crisis. An effort to suspend ballot drop boxes in Connecticut failed in a special session today. And testimony will begin soon in Bridgeport’s alleged mayoral primary interference case.
  • Applications are open for nonprofits to apply for so-called “change grants”. Connecticut voting precincts have been selected for primary recounts, as per state law. Over $6 million will go towards Long Island Sound conservation efforts. And did neglect from state agencies play a role in the tragic death of a Hartford toddler?
  • Big heat pumps for the Big Apple. An uncertain future for cash-strapped Connecticut hospitals. Cricket comes to Long Island. And more election woes in Bridgeport.
  • Connecticut’s election enforcement officials have opened an investigation into New Haven. Suffolk County executive candidates addressed voter concerns at a forum last night. And drag actor Charles Busch speaks to WSHU about his new book.
  • Connecticut’s election enforcement officials have opened investigations into alleged absentee ballot fraud in Bridgeport. New Haven will use city funds to pay a portion of the Randy Cox settlement. Tourism spending hit new highs on Long Island last year. And author Aisha Abdel Gawad speaks to WSHU about her new book.
  • Governor Ned Lamont calls the videos of alleged ballot stuffing by a Joe Ganim supporter “disturbing." Connecticut transit considers a rate hike for train and bus commuters. Low-income Eversource customers could save big on their electric bill this winter. And more than 80% of respondents to a new Siena poll say the cost of living in New York is a major problem.