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Friday, June 22, 2018
12:00am – 4:00am
Northern Remedy
Host: Brian Slattery

The New Haven Independent’s arts editor spins local — and only local — platters.

Show Archives:
4:00am – 6:00am
La Voz Radio
Host: LA VOZ HISPANA DE CT

Latino news, views, and music.

6:00am – 9:00am
Joe Ugly Show
Host: Joe Ugly

Morning drive with the High Priest of Hip-Hop.

Show Archives:
9:00am – 10:00am
LoveBabz LoveTalk
Host: Babz Rawls-Ivy

The editor of Inner City News explores the “beautiful people” of New Haven.

Show Archives:
10:00am – 11:00am
LoveBabz LoveTalk
Host: Babz Rawls-Ivy

The editor of Inner City News explores the “beautiful people” of New Haven.

Show Archives:
11:00am – 12:00pm
Friday Pundits
Host: Babz-Rawls Ivy, Markeshia Ricks, Paul Bass, Harry Droz, Joe Ugly, Norman Rodriguez
Show Archives:
12:00pm – 1:00pm
Drive By Headlines
Host: Joe Ugly & Harry Droz

National Politics & Music with Joe Ugly & Harry Droz

2:00pm – 5:00pm
La Voz Radio
Host: LA VOZ HISPANA DE CT

Latino news, views, and music.

5:00pm – 6:00pm
LoveBabz LoveTalk
Host: Babz Rawls-Ivy

The editor of Inner City News explores the “beautiful people” of New Haven.

Show Archives:
6:00pm – 7:00pm
Friday Pundits
Host: Babz-Rawls Ivy, Markeshia Ricks, Paul Bass, Harry Droz, Joe Ugly, Norman Rodriguez
Show Archives:
7:00pm – 8:00pm
LoveBabz LoveTalk
Host: Babz Rawls-Ivy

The editor of Inner City News explores the “beautiful people” of New Haven.

Show Archives:
8:00pm – 9:00pm
Drive By Headlines
Host: Joe Ugly & Harry Droz

National Politics & Music with Joe Ugly & Harry Droz

10:00pm – 11:00pm
DJ Rob Nice
Host: DJ Rob Nice from the "Joe Ugly in the Morning Show" gives us an independent mix of independent artists.
11:00pm – 12:00am
La Voz Radio
Host: LA VOZ HISPANA DE CT

Latino news, views, and music.

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Extra Extra

Courthouse Marshal
Pummels Shackled Inmate

Not fired; state keeps video secret. FBI investigates. WTNH’s Mario Boone reports.

Ganim Campaigns ...
In The Lone Star State

Christine Stuart reports.

Punk Night Says
Hello To Summer

Karen Ponzio reports.

Fund Started For
Slain Woman's Family

Staff reports.

Budget Crisis Just Beginning

Paul Bass reports.

City Welcomes
"Make Music Day"

From Temple Plaza to a Central Ave. front porch. Lucy Gellman & Brian Slattery report.

Today's Toon

Reinaldo Goeyenechea/ La Voz Hispana reports.

Martha A. Bazzle, 91

Martha “Jackie B.” was a retired wire woman.: obit.

Laura Gilliams, 96

Laura was a retired nurse.: obit.

“Who Brought Us Here?”

Requiem for an Electric Chair premieres this weekend. Hank Hoffman reports.

Today’s Debates

Ideat-cy ... Deportations ... Scandal ... Parole ... Satire ... Jocelyn ... Q ... Veto ...

Track Stars Feted

City Hall ceremony honors Hillhouse girls and boys state champs. Thomas Breen reports.

Merger In Offing

Between Ansonia, Derby schools. Ethan Fry reports.

Q House Design
Gets Final Approval

Thomas Breen reports.

Assaults Have Prison
Workers On Edge

Christine Stuart reports.

City Tackles “Hurricane”

Allison Park reports.

Hill South Cleans Up

Carly Wanna reports.

“Jocelyn’s Law” Taking Shape

Alders preview proposal for guarding against fatal maulings by vicious dogs. Carly Wanna reports.

Today's Toon

Little Robots (4 panels). Raheem Nelson reports.

Shylock Frenzy

Lucy Gellman reports.

Meet Your Rescue Piano

Diana Stricker reports.

Today’s Debates

Hatfield ... Budget ... Reuse ... Seniors ... Bargain ... Refugees ...

Century-Old
Dry Cleaner Closes

After 106 years on Grand Avenue. Allan Appel reports.

Neighbors Push Back
On Parole Office Move

Thomas Breen reports.

Institute Library
Takes Long, Strange Trip

Brian Slattery reports.

Cop On Stand: “We Never Got That Far”

Markeshia Ricks PhotoBetsy Segui testified that if Bill Saunders had readily produced an event permit six years ago for the Ideat Village festival he organized in Pitkin Plaza, she’d never have arrested him.

“If everything was in order, I would have thanked him for his cooperation and radioed to dispatch to ask if the complainant wanted to speak to an officer,” she said.

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2nd Kid Poisoned After City Ordered Repairs

Christopher Peak Photo A mom whose 3-year-old son is sick with lead-poisoning called the New Haven Health Department more than 20 times, begging for someone to enforce the laws and clean up the cracked and flaking paint at her Edgewood apartment.

After a month of messages, an inspector finally came out and confirmed the walls were coated with lead. But for the next five months, the property remained largely unabated. During that time, her 11-month-old son was poisoned too.

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Mayor Vetoes Tax Reduction Order

Thomas Breen photo Mayor Toni Harp vetoed a Board of Alders order that requires any “additional revenue” received by the city for the next fiscal year to go towards reducing the city’s new 11 percent tax increase.

That veto comes just a few days after the city’s Parking Authority agreed to send over an additional $2 million to the city to help shore up its struggling finances.

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Return To The Scene Of The Infraction

Markeshia Ricks Photos Six years ago, nearly to the day, New Haven cop Betsy Segui arrested artist and Ideat Village festival co-founder Bill Saunders at Pitkin Plaza on charges of interfering with a police officer, disorderly conduct, and inciting a riot.

On Wednesday, they both returned to the scene of that arrest — along with jurors who will decide whether Segui was wrong to arrest Saunders that day, violated his First Amendment rights, and used excessive force.

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Immigration Rally Turns Up The Heat

Paul Bass Photos As President Trump signed an executive order Wednesday to stop separating detained immigrant children from their parents, New Haveners rallied to demand that he stop detaining and deporting them, period.

Immigrant rights organizers joined Democratic attorney general candidate William Tong for the 1 p.m. rally on the steps of First & Summerfield United Methodist Church, a sanctuary congregation across from the Green.

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