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Karen Tensa

Managing Editor, Connecticut

Karen has lived and worked in Connecticut for more than two decades. Her professional experience includes more than a decade of work as the news editor at The Advocate in Stamford and reporting and editing stints on the staff of The Hartford Courant, among others. She is dedicated to writing local news, enjoying winter sports and reading nonfiction books.

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  1. Sports Icon, Boxing Legend Muhammad Ali Dies At 74

    Sports Icon, Boxing Legend Muhammad Ali Dies At 74

    This story has been updated.Legendary heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali, an Internationally renowned sports icon, died late Friday, according to multiple reports. He was 74.Ali had been hospitalized earlier this week in the Phoenix area with respiratory issues. He has long suffered from the effects of Parkinson's disease. Ali, who was born Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr., was considered to ...

  2. New Poll Gives Hillary Clinton Small Edge Over Donald Trump Nationally

    New Poll Gives Hillary Clinton Small Edge Over Donald Trump Nationally

    Democrat Hillary Clinton has taken a small 45 percent vs. 41 percent lead over Republican Donald Trump in the race for president, according to a Quinnipiac University National poll released Wednesday."American voters don't like either one of the front-runners. The question could be who we dislike the least," said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University ...

  3. Metro-North Restores Third Track, Adds Trains For Thursday Morning Commute

    Metro-North Restores Third Track, Adds Trains For Thursday Morning Commute

    Metro-North has issued some good news for commuters heading out on Thursday, May 19: Trains will run on an "enhanced" Saturday schedule for the morning commute.The train service offered Thursday morning will represent 75 percent of ridership capacity, the MTA said.The news will come as a relief to train riders, who endured a difficult commute Wednesday after a huge fire ...

  4. Brace For Delays: Metro-North Remains On Limited Schedule For Another Day

    Brace For Delays: Metro-North Remains On Limited Schedule For Another Day

    Commuters should brace for another day of delays after Metro-North said it will operate on a Saturday schedule until further notice.Crews are working around the clock to repair damage to the railroad’s Park Avenue Viaduct in New York City caused by a four-alarm fire underneath the viaduct on Tuesday evening, MTA said.Trains began running on a Saturday schedule on Wednesday and will ...

  5. Metro-North Restores Service To Grand Central; Trains On Saturday Schedule

    Metro-North Restores Service To Grand Central; Trains On Saturday Schedule

    Train commuters in Connecticut and New York should brace for a difficult commute by Metro-North on Wednesday morning with trains running on a limited Saturday schedule as a result of a fire late Tuesday and with crowded conditions and delays expected. Limited Metro-North train service has been restored into and out of Grand Central Terminal on Wednesday morning, just hours after a ...

  6. College Mumps Outbreaks At Harvard, Sacred Heart Spark Concerns

    College Mumps Outbreaks At Harvard, Sacred Heart Spark Concerns

    Mumps cases reported at two Northeast universities are sparking concerns the outbreaks could spread to other colleges.An outbreak at Harvard that began in early March has reached 41 cases as of Thursday, and could threaten the school's May 26 graduation ceremonies.A statement on the Sacred Heart University website says the eight cases were detected March 22, and the students have ...

  7. Trump Sweeps All 5 Primary Contests As Clinton Wins 4, Sanders Takes 1

    Trump Sweeps All 5 Primary Contests As Clinton Wins 4, Sanders Takes 1

    Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump swept to victory Tuesday, with big wins in all five primary contests, according to NBC News. Early returns indicated that Trump raked in 50 percent of the vote or more in all five of those states.In a televised speech late Tuesday, Trump said, "I consider myself the presumptive nominee. ... I'm really honored by this night."NBC ...

  8. Trump Sweeps All 5 Primary Contests; Clinton Posts 3 Wins; Sanders Takes RI

    Trump Sweeps All 5 Primary Contests; Clinton Posts 3 Wins; Sanders Takes RI

    updated: Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump swept to victory Tuesday, with wins in all five primary contests held, including in Connecticut, according to MSNBC. Early returns indicated that Trump raked in 50 percent of the vote or more in those five states.In a televised speech late Tuesday, Trump said, "I consider myself the presumptive nominee. ... I'm really ...

  9. Clinton Wins Md. While Trump Takes Conn., Md., Pa. In Early Calls

    Clinton Wins Md. While Trump Takes Conn., Md., Pa. In Early Calls

    Presidential front-runners Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump picked up more delegates on Tuesday, with early wins predicted in some of the five states holding primaries. The polls closed in all five states at 8 p.m. Clinton, a Democrat, was declared the winner by a significant amount by MSNBC in Maryland, with 95 delegates at stake. MSNBC did not make predictions yet in these Democratic ...

  10. Metro-North Warns Of Delays Due To Trump Protest At Grand Central

    Metro-North Warns Of Delays Due To Trump Protest At Grand Central

    Evening rush-hour train commuters should be prepared for crowds and street closures Thursday evening near Grand Central due to a protest of an appearance by presidential candidate Donald Trump, Metro-North warns. "Due to nearby demonstrations starting at 5 p.m.," Metro-North says on its website, "Please allow for extra travel time to/from Grand Central. Customers are ...

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