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Women of color make up the majority of patients with diabetes. Black women are three times more likely to die during pregnancy than white women. These are just a few of the statistics that the African American Cultural Center's new club "Minority Health Matters" focuses on in its effort to eliminate racial disparities in healthcare.
Chief Justice Richard A. Robinson spoke at his alma mater at the Martin Luther King Jr. Living Legacy Convocation. Story by UCTV News reporter Tama Moni.
Airports across the country experienced long security lines, flight cancellations, and staff shortages as a result of the government shutdown. TSA employees at Bradley International Airport in Hartford are now recovering from the financial toll of the shutdown, with the support of staff and neighboring communities. Produced by Lianne Zana.
Some of the iconic opera house's buildings were flooded after a storm earlier this season. Members of the Hartford community are raising money to rebuild them. Amanda Cabral has the details for UCTV News.
Marjory Stonemason Douglas High School Freshman and lifelong UConn fan Alex Schachter was tragically killed in a school shooting in Parkland, Florida. He was however, granted posthumous admission to the school of his dreams, where he will forever be a UConn Husky. Story by UCTV News reporter Kristina Carretero.
A sophomore at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and her father remember the day their community lost 17 innocent lives. Story by UCTV News director Lianne Zana.
And that's a wrap! Here are Kristina Carretero and Mike Cocchiola to send you off for winter break with the latest in UConn news.
UCTV News anchors Briana Jackson-Slade and Mike Cocchiola bring you the latest on innovations in reproductive health, new findings in climate change research, and the changes in the tobacco industry.
From bisen to chamber music, a lot has unfolded in the past week around the state and country. UCTV News reporters Luke Hajdasz and Kristina Carretero have the stories.
Details of the late Stan Lee's upcoming cameo and more from Kristina Carretero and Lianne Zana, only on UCTV News.