Gov. Ned Lamont is calling on Washington to pass more gun control measures in the wake of two more mass shootings. But gun owners say he's making them the scapegoat.
Plus, News 12's John Craven sits down with a Sandy Hook parent to discuss the warning signs of a mass shooter.
And an app that started out as a class project in Stamford has gone viral. It aims to help people pick the next president. Meet the teens behind it.
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