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There was plenty of news across Connecticut this past week. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here’s a roundup of some of the top stories.

The National UFO Reporting Center keeps records on all reported sightings and ten were reported in December in Connecticut. The number of sightings reported in 2016 may surprise you. Did you see one?>>>Read More.

Officials said the man can be heard telling people will be out of the country due to being “illegal.”>>>Read More.

Trump vowed to block federal funds to cities that limit assisting federal authorities with immigration matters.>>>Read More.

State Police announced the second arrest late Friday. The teen was reported lost in the woods for close to three weeks.>>>Read More.

The CBS anchor and 60 Minutes correspondent has listed his $4 million colonial for sale.>>>Read More.

Police say no one asked for or wanted the ‘stun-guns.’>>>Read More.

Then President Obama wrote the letter earlier this month and said he was saddened to learn of her loss.>>>Read More.

The man reportedly went to a restaurant asking to cook some chicken, but ended up getting a free quesadilla and arrested.>>>Read More.

A forum was held where prominent lawmakers attended along with residents from the area.>>>Read More.

The suspect was arrested twice within a 12-hour span, according to police.>>>Read More.

The woman and her daughter were treated in a hospital for minor injuries.>>>Read More.

The arrest comes after a month-long investigation and police say all of the cats were in some state of neglect.>>>Read More.

Authorities say the man drowned after stepping into deep water while trying to join his children on a raft.>>>Read More.

A recent article claims this area of Connecticut is the most picturesque place in the state.>>>Read More.

Moore was at Greenwich Hospital and had long suffered from a number of health ailments..>>>Read More.

The winning ticket was sold in Windsor Locks.>>>Read More.

California and Hawaii reportedly have already raised the smoking age in those states.>>>Read More.

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