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Durham Fair announces its return for 101st year this fall

The Durham Fair is returning to the fairgrounds in 2021, the President of the Durham Fair Association (DFA) announced in a video update Monday.

West Hartford firefighters respond to house fire caused by lightning strike

WEST HARTFORD. Conn. (WTNH) -- Firefighters are responding to a house fire caused by a lightning strike in West Hartford Monday morning. Fire officials told News 8 the fire started in the basement of a home on the corner of Gerthmere and Red Top drives. There are no confirmed injuries at this time. News 8 [...]

Novavax says its COVID vaccine fully protects from moderate & severe disease; 90% overall efficacy

(WTNH) -- Biotechnology company Novavax announced Monday its COVID-19 vaccine has demonstrated 100% protection against moderate and severe illness in the third phase of its PREVENT-19 trial. The study also showed the vaccine has a 90.4% overall efficacy rate. The third phase of the study enrolled nearly 30,000 participants ages 18 and older across 119 [...]

Ridgefield native qualifies to swim in Olympics

RIDGEFIELD, Conn. (WTNH) -- Congrats to Ridgefield's Kieran Smith. He qualified for the Olympics Sunday night. Smith won the 400-meter freestyle at the Olympic trials in Omaha. The Ridgefield high school grad currently swims for the University of Florida. This is his first time qualifying for the Olympics. RELATED: Ridgefield native to compete in Summer [...]

New Yale study shows heat, humidity, UV rays 'moderately associated' with lowering COVID-19 spread

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) -- Researchers at the Yale School of Public Health have released a new study analyzing the relation of heat, humidity, and UV rays with COVID-19 spread. The study finds that warmer temperatures (Over 68 degrees Fahrenheit, or 20 Celcius), along with increased humidity and higher levels of UV radiation, were moderately [...]


Can Phil contend? Bryson vs. Brooks? Answering the biggest questions ahead of the U.S. Open

Jon Rahm's layoff. The Bryson/Brooks feud. Oh, and Phil Mickelson's missing major. It's all at the 2021 U.S. Open.

The Brooklyn Nets are learning how fragile an NBA title run can be

With Kyrie Irving's injury in Game 4, the Nets have gone from potential world-beaters to mortals shockingly quickly.

NHL Playoffs Daily: Golden Knights ready for underdog Canadiens

After the Isles went up 1-0 on the Lightning on Sunday, we get ready for the opening puck drop for Vegas-Montreal.

There's leading, and then there's winning: Novak Djokovic showed the difference in Paris

For the umpteenth time in his career, Novak Djokovic made his move when he looked done.

From Djokovic closing in on history to Osaka's stand: What we'll remember about the 2021 French Open

In an unpredictable French Open, we again saw a surprise atop the women's game, as well as encouraging steps for Serena Williams, Roger Federer and Coco Gauff.

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