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Karen Tensa

Managing Editor, Connecticut ktensa@dailyvoice.com

Karen has lived and worked in Connecticut for more than two decades. Her professional experience includes more than a decade of work as the news editor at The Advocate in Stamford and reporting and editing stints on the staff of The Hartford Courant, among others. She is dedicated to writing local news, enjoying winter sports and reading nonfiction books.

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  1. Danbury Students Saluted As They Head To West Point

    Danbury Students Saluted As They Head To West Point

    The Connecticut delegation to Washington announced the slate of students from Connecticut who have been appointed to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y; the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md.; the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs; and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, N.Y.The announcement was made by Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy and ...

  2. Aquarion Honors Student, Aspetuck Land Trust For Environmental Projects

    Aquarion Honors Student, Aspetuck Land Trust For Environmental Projects

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. – A Shelton High student and the Aspetuck Land Trust were honored as champions of the environment by Bridgeport's Aquarion Water Co. for their volunteer projects to make the Earth a better place.The seventh annual Aquarion Environmental Champion Awards were handed out at a ceremony held Saturday at Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo.Aquarion accepted hundreds of nominations ...

  3. 2 Tons Of Fun: Monroe Church Dishes Up Its Annual Strawberry Festival

    2 Tons Of Fun: Monroe Church Dishes Up Its Annual Strawberry Festival

    MONROE, Conn. — Monroe will welcome summer with the 46th edition of its annual Strawberry Festival on the Monroe Green this weekend. The old-fashioned festival run by the Monroe Congregational Church will dish up over 2 tons of tasty treats featuring the fresh fruit. The modern Strawberry Festival follows a tradition started in the late 1800s. What's your favorite way to enjoy ...

  4. Bethel Man Charged In Home Invasion In New Milford

    Bethel Man Charged In Home Invasion In New Milford

    NEW MILFORD, Conn. — A 45-year-old Bethel man is facing multiple charges after attacking people he knew in a New Milford home late Wednesday, according to the News-Times. Mark Benoit was charged with home invasion, stalking, third-degree assault and interfering with a police officer and held on $300,000 bond Thursday, the News-Times reported. Benoit fought with the residents and with ...

  5. NBC Connecticut Won't Air Megyn Kelly's Interview With Alex Jones

    NBC Connecticut Won't Air Megyn Kelly's Interview With Alex Jones

    The NBC station in Connecticut will not broadcast Megyn Kelly’s controversial interview with Alex Jones, a conspiracy theorist who claims the mass killing at Sandy Hook Elementary School didn't happen, according to EW.com. A firestorm erupted in Connecticut and across the nation over the interview, which is to be broadcast on "Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly" at 7 p.m. Families ...

  6. Four People Sent To Hospital After Crash On I-84 In Newtown

    Four People Sent To Hospital After Crash On I-84 In Newtown

    NEWTOWN, Conn. — Four people were sent to the hospital after a three-car crash Thursday on westbound I-84 in Newtown, according to WLAD-AM. The 11:45 a.m. crash near the Church Hill Road overpass caused backups for about 3 miles, according to WLAD.The crash occurred as one car slowed for traffic and the car behind it could not stop in time and rear-ended the vehicle, state police told ...

  7. Danbury Driver Blames Cats After Car Becomes Impaled Upright On Wire

    Danbury Driver Blames Cats After Car Becomes Impaled Upright On Wire

    DANBURY, Conn. — A Danbury woman blamed two cats for forcing her to swerve and crash into a utility pole guide wire on New Street, leaving her car suspended above the road, according to the WLAD-AM website. The driver, Francoise St. Pierre, 52, suffered a minor facial injury and was charged with driving without insurance, failure to drive right and operating an unregistered vehicle, ...

  8. Newtown Man, 67, Charged With Making Pipe Bombs At Trailer Park

    Newtown Man, 67, Charged With Making Pipe Bombs At Trailer Park

    NEWTOWN, Conn. — A 67-year-old Newtown man was arrested Friday on charges of manufacturing multiple explosive devices at a mobile home park in town in what police called a "most serious and dangerous case."Larry Bailey of 301 S. Main St. Newtown was arrested on a state warrant by Detective Daniel McAnaspie and Officer Steven Borges, along with FBI Special Agent Keith Hall at ...

  9. NBC, Megyn Kelly Overhaul Interview With Sandy Hook Hoaxster After Backlash

    NBC, Megyn Kelly Overhaul Interview With Sandy Hook Hoaxster After Backlash

    NEWTOWN, Conn. — NBC News is scrambling to put out the firestorm surrounding Megyn Kelly's interview with Alex Jones after outraged Sandy Hook families slammed the network for giving a platform to the conspiracy theorist who claims the mass killing at the Newtown elementary school was a hoax.Kelly has "completely overhauled" the Jones interview, scheduled to be broadcast on ...

  10. Free Totes, Special Deals As Danbury's Pour Me Cafe Celebrates Opening

    Free Totes, Special Deals As Danbury's Pour Me Cafe Celebrates Opening

    DANBURY, Conn. — After celebrating with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday night, Pour Me Coffee & Wine Cafe will keep the party going with special events all day Friday for its grand opening. Pour Me Coffee & Wine Cafe is the creation of downtown entrepreneur Andrea Gartner, former executive director of CityCenter Danbury. Pour Me features grab-and-go in the morning, ...

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