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Latino news, views, and music.

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Host: Babz-Rawls Ivy, Markeshia Ricks, Paul Bass, Harry Droz, Joe Ugly, Norman Rodriguez
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The Tom Ficklin Show
Host: Tom Ficklin

Conversations with New Haven’s movers and shakers.

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12:00pm – 1:00pm
Deep Focus
Host: Tom Breen

Talk about movies in and beyond New Haven.

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1:00pm – 2:00pm
Economic Update
Host: Rick Wolff

A show about capitalism and its discontents.

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2:00pm – 3:00pm
Werk It Out
Host: Mercy A. Quaye

show about people, their jobs, what they did to get there and what they they would change.

3:00pm – 4:00pm
Mayor Monday!
Host: Toni Harp

New Haven’s mayor fields questions about the latest happenings in New Haven.

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4:00pm – 5:00pm
LoveBabz LoveTalk
Host: Babz Rawls-Ivy

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

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5:00pm – 10:00pm
La Voz Radio

Latino news, views, and music.

10:00pm – 11:00pm
Host: Harry Droz

A show based on the total hypocrisy of the main stream media. Breaking the MAIN STREAM MEDIA and its lies!

11:00pm – 12:00am
Dateline New Haven
Host: Paul Bass, Editor of the New Haven Independent

The New Haven Independent’s editor talks government, politics and current events with local newsmakers.

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Shhh!! New
Firing Range Opens

Markeshia Ricks reports.

Beware The Online Date

Police poet (pictured) pens warning about web-rendezvous crime spike. David Hartman reports.

Lamont Throws
Chamber A Bone

On Tweed; quotes to biz leaders kept off the record. Michael Bingham reports.

Fair Haven Health Eyes Expansion

City looking to sell vacant property to center, buy old Walt’s Cleaners for mixed-use project. Carly Wanna reports.

Hedge Funder Trashes Unions

He’s running for governor, and he claims he’ll end collective bargaining on benefits. Christine Stuart reports.

Photography Was New

And it looked like this. Brian Slattery reports.

What's Up?

Cops make get-to-know-you stops in Hill North. Carly Wanna reports.

45 Show Up For
Venue-Bid Tour

Competition expected to be hot for Crown Garage performance space. Markeshia Ricks reports.

Reasonable Explanation

Ecocide: Zoe Matthiessen reports.

Today’s Debates

Audubon ... Micro-managed? ... DNA ... 20% ... Hardball ... Kimber ... Extension ...

Lead $ Search Advances

City Plan votes to recommend $4.1M fed application; Mattison cautions health dept. Thomas Breen reports.

Ed Board Admits More
Open-Meeting Violations

Staff reports.

New Owners Get
5-Year Extension On
Wooster Sq. Project

But they vow to get 299-apartment mixed-use project on Union St. done in 2020. Thomas Breen reports.

Lembo Takes On Guv

Says he’ll vote no on financing tolls study. Christine Stuart reports.

Cream Of The Crop

48 Hour Project screens best local films of 2017. Brian Slattery reports.

Little Robots

Raheem Nelson reports.

Today’s Debates

Debt ... Gamber ... FarnMill ... Stiffed ... Mid ...

Obsitnik Gets The Cash

• Public-financing arrives just in time for primary. Christine Stuart reports.
• Tells New Haven Chamber: “Election about makers vs. takers.” Michael Bingham reports.

Kimber Backs Ganim

Staff reports.

Not Luxury.
Not "Affordable"

Builder says new State St. apartment complex will aim for mid-market, include 4-bedrooms. Thomas Breen reports.

The Path To
The Supreme Court

In 7 panels. Tom Tomorrow reports.

Lawyers: Immigration Win
Offers Nationwide Model

Christopher Peak reports.

Symphony Names
Its Next Music Director

Alasdair Neale launches “listening tour.” Lucy Gellman reports.

Witch Hair Finds
Its Summer High

On new album. Brian Slattery reports.

Cassidie Schloss-Anderson

Cassidie was a longtime St. Luke’s Episcopal parishioner who retired from Yale-New Haven Hospital.: obit.

Dark Days Or Salad Days? Both

Staff Photos(Analysis) Officials break ground at another big upscale downtown building site. They cut the ribbon on a spanking new public-housing development. A deep-pocket out-of-state builder buys land for an apartment-retail complex in Wooster Square.

Meanwhile, New Haven edges closer to a potential state bailout. The mayor and alders go to war again, this time over a potential $10 tax rebate to city homeowners, while a $30 million long-term structural deficit remains unaddressed. Meadow Street yet again confuses 700 workers about whether they have jobs; emails reveal school board members already at war with a new school superintendent they just brought to New Haven.

That all happened just this week in New Haven. And this week looked like a lot of recent weeks.

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Feds Release Separated Parents

Updated—In response to a landmark ruling by U.S. District Court Judge Victor Bolden, two immigrant children being held in Connecticut will be reunited with their parents.

The federal government agreed to release the parents from a detention facility in Texas, where they had been separated from their children under a short-lived Trump administration border crackdown on undocumented families.

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