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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. Hillary Clinton Supporters Get Big Thrill And A Book At Brookfield's Costco

    Hillary Clinton Supporters Get Big Thrill And A Book At Brookfield's Costco

    BROOKFIELD, Conn. – First in line has its own rewards. Eric Bosco-Schmidt and his husband, Tony, of Brookfield arrived at Costco in Brookfield with their kids Maya, 16, and Tyler, 9, on Friday night to see Hillary Clinton — at noon on Saturday. They were joined at the front of the line by their friend Carlos Rogers of Brookfield and his kids Lucas, 9, and Brian, 4. They took turns ...

  2. Hillary Clinton Supporters Line Up Early At Book Event At Brookfield Costco

    Hillary Clinton Supporters Line Up Early At Book Event At Brookfield Costco

    BROOKFIELD, Conn. – Call it breakfast at Costco. Hundreds of people began lining up in the dark and the fog at the Brookfield warehouse store Saturday morning in anticipation of a book signing with Hillary Clinton. The first to arrive actually showed up Friday evening. Eric Bosco-Schmidt and his husband, Tony, came with their kids Maya and Tyler – along with plenty of snacks and a toy ...

  3. Male Nurse From Bridgeport Found Guilty Of Killing, Dismembering Girlfriend

    Male Nurse From Bridgeport Found Guilty Of Killing, Dismembering Girlfriend

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — A male nurse from Bridgeport was found guilty Friday of killing and dismembering his 20-year-old girlfriend back in the spring of 2013, according to the Connecticut Post.  The first two trials for Jermaine Richards, a private duty nurse, ended with hung juries. He was convicted of killing Alyssiah Marie Wiley of West Haven, a sophomore at Eastern Connecticut State ...

  4. 18-Year-Old Man Charged With Selling Pot Out Of Westport Home

    18-Year-Old Man Charged With Selling Pot Out Of Westport Home

    WESTPORT, Conn — An 18-year-old wanted on charges of selling controlled substances out of a home on Saugatuck Avenue was busted Friday while smoking pot in the presence of two juveniles, Westport police said.In August, Westport Police said they received two separate anonymous tips that narcotics were being sold out of the residence by a male known as Josiah or “JoJo.”  The Detective ...

  5. Jose On Possible Path To Take Aim At Connecticut

    Jose On Possible Path To Take Aim At Connecticut

    The latest forecast from the National Hurricane Center puts Connecticut in the possible path of Tropical Storm Jose.The latest Atlantic storm is tracking toward the East Coast and is likely to at least some impact on Connecticut next week.The cone of uncertainty for Jose — which is going back and forth from hurricane to tropical storm status — shows the storm tracking toward Connecticut ...

  6. Light The Lights: Darien High Plays First-Ever Night Football Game Tonight

    Light The Lights: Darien High Plays First-Ever Night Football Game Tonight

    DARIEN, Conn. — Darien High is bracing for a big crowd tonight for "Friday Night Lights" — the first-ever football game played at night in town. The Darien Blue Wave will take on the Senators from Norwalk's Brien McMahon High at 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 15, in their home opener.    Darien won its season opener last Saturday in an away game at Ridgefield High, 38-12.With a large ...

  7. 19-Year-Old Bridgeport Man Shot To Death

    19-Year-Old Bridgeport Man Shot To Death

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — A 19-year-old Bridgeport man who was shot in the stomach late Thursday has died in the city's 20th homicide of the year, police said. At 11 p.m. Thursday, officers responded to the corner of Beadsley Street and Newfield Avenue on a report of a person shot, police said. They found Eric Diaz, 19, of 5 Yarrington Court, shot in the abdomen, police said. He was ...

  8. Jose Moves Closer To East Coast: Will Connecticut Be In The Cone?

    Jose Moves Closer To East Coast: Will Connecticut Be In The Cone?

    In the latest model from the National Hurricane Center, the potential path of Tropical Storm Jose shifted toward the East Coast — and possibily closer to Connecticut.The cone shows the probable track of the center of the storm — which was downgraded from a hurricane — over the next five days.Jose is expected to strengthen and become a hurricane again by this weekend, the center ...

  9. Pay Your Fair Share: Protesters Rally At Hedge Fund Meeting In Greenwich

    Pay Your Fair Share: Protesters Rally At Hedge Fund Meeting In Greenwich

    GREENWICH, Conn. — A caravan of tax justice demonstrators lined up Thursday evening outside the Indian Harbor Yacht Club in Greenwich to protest efforts by hedge fund leaders to protect tax loopholes.The crowd rallied from AQR Capital Management to the gates of the Connecticut Hedge Fund Association’s quarterly gathering at the yacht club to deliver their message. Activists chanted ...

  10. Stamford's Teacher Of The Year Makes The Cut As Semifinalist In State

    Stamford's Teacher Of The Year Makes The Cut As Semifinalist In State

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Vincent Urbanowski, a math teacher at the Academy of Information Technology & Engineering and the Stamford teacher of the year, has been selected as a Connecticut Teacher of the Year Semifinalist.“I’m so thankful to have been chosen to participate at the state level and am honored to be in the company of so many outstanding teachers,” said Urbanowski. “The work ...

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