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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. Police Seeking Mother Of Newborn Baby Found Behind Main Street Store

    Police Seeking Mother Of Newborn Baby Found Behind Main Street Store

    DANBURY, Conn. — Danbury police are searching for the woman who gave birth to a newborn baby who was found late Sunday behind a Main Street market just a block from the police station. A 911 caller alerted police at 11:38 p.m. to the newborn baby boy, who was found wrapped in several pieces of women's clothing in the bushes behind Zaytuna Grocery Store at 397 Main St., police said. The ...

  2. Stamford Woman, 55, Charged With Assaulting 81-Year-Old Woman

    Stamford Woman, 55, Charged With Assaulting 81-Year-Old Woman

    STAMFORD, Conn. — A Stamford woman assaulted an 81-year-old woman and made comments about her race and age, according to the Stamford Advocate.   Holly Uva, 55, was knocking on a glass door at the building and yelling for the victim to let her in on April 19, the Advocate said.The victim told Ulva that she could not open the door to a nonresident, the Advocate said. When another ...

  3. Leave Sea Lions Alone, It's The Law, Says Maritime Aquarium Expert

    Leave Sea Lions Alone, It's The Law, Says Maritime Aquarium Expert

    NORWALK, Conn. — A viral video shows a sea lion grabbing a young girl off a dock in Canada. But the experts at the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk say the entire scary incident could have been avoided. "No one should be feeding sea lions — or any wild animal — like those folks were. And no one should get that close to such a large animal; especially their child; especially turning ...

  4. Stamford Startup Incubator To Close At Month's End

    Stamford Startup Incubator To Close At Month's End

    STAMFORD, Conn. — The Stamford Innovation Center will be moving out of the Old Town Hall at the end of the month after a longstanding rent dispute, according to the Stamford Advocate. The historic building may become the new home of the Board of Education and its Adult and Community Education Programs, the Advocate said.The center is leaving after five years of occupying the second ...

  5. Watch Your Step: Sidewalk Repairs Underway On Greenwich Ave

    Watch Your Step: Sidewalk Repairs Underway On Greenwich Ave

    GREENWICH, Conn. — The traffic is usually slow on Greenwich Avenue. But it was a bit more jammed than usual on Tuesday afternoon. Work is underway on the sidewalks in front of the Greenwich Senior Center, closing one lane and creating some extra work for the officer directing traffic. A backhoe is set up in one lane of The Avenue at the construction site at the intersection of Greenwich ...

  6. Newborn Baby Found Behind Main Street Store In Danbury

    Newborn Baby Found Behind Main Street Store In Danbury

    DANBURY, Conn. — A newborn baby boy was found wrapped in women's clothing behind a Main Street grocery store in Danbury, police said. The case began at 11:38 p.m. Sunday when the Danbury Police Department received a 911 phone call from someone saying they had found a baby near the Polla Supermarket at 399 Main St. Patrol officers arrived and were directed by the caller to the rear of ...

  7. Police Identify 71-Year-Old Redding Woman Who Died After Dog Attack

    Police Identify 71-Year-Old Redding Woman Who Died After Dog Attack

    REDDING, Conn. — Police identified a 71-year-old Redding woman as the victim who died last week after being attacked by her own dog in her home, according to the Redding Pilot. Sandra Kaiser of Deacon Abbott Street died May 12 at Danbury Hospital after the attack by the dog, which is a “mixed breed” and “rescue” dog but “not a pitbull,” Police Chief Doug Fuchs told the Redding ...

  8. Norwalk Man Indicted For Evading Taxes As CFO Of 'Soup Nazi' Business

    Norwalk Man Indicted For Evading Taxes As CFO Of 'Soup Nazi' Business

    NORWALK, Conn. — The Norwalk man who serves as CFO at the "Soup Nazi" restaurants made famous on "Seinfeld" was indicted Tuesday on charges of tax evasion, according to prosecutors.  The indictment was unsealed at the federal courthouse in Brooklyn, N.Y., charging Robert N. Bertrand, of Norwalk, with 20 counts of failure to pay Medicare, Social Security, and federal ...

  9. Jane Bryant Quinn To Speak At Friends Of Nathaniel Witherell Luncheon

    Jane Bryant Quinn To Speak At Friends Of Nathaniel Witherell Luncheon

    GREENWICH, Conn. — Jane Bryant Quinn, a best-selling author and founding editorial director of Daily Voice, will give advice on "how to make your money last" as the featured speaker at the Friends of Nathaniel Witherell’s Spring Luncheon in Greenwich. The event will be at the Greenwich Country Club, at 19 Doubling Road, on Wednesday, May 24, at 11:30 a.m. “We know that this ...

  10. Greenwich High Sophomore's Zika Project Earns Awards At Intel Science Fair

    Greenwich High Sophomore's Zika Project Earns Awards At Intel Science Fair

    GREENWICH, Conn. – A Greenwich High School sophomore earned three top awards for his groundbreaking project about Zika detection at the 2017 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair on Friday.Rahul Subramaniam's project was called an Early Warning System for Zika Virus in Mosquito Populations Based on Real-Time Field Detection of Viral RNA in Mosquito Saliva. For the project, ...

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