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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.

Karen Tensa's Contributions

  1. New Home: Massachusetts Transplant Meets Her New Senator, Chris Murphy

    New Home: Massachusetts Transplant Meets Her New Senator, Chris Murphy

    BETHEL, Conn. — When Kristin Dubois and her family moved to Bethel this month for her husband's job, she knew she would miss her native Massachusetts — and Sen. Elizabeth Warren.   But she took some comfort in knowing that Connecticut is represented by Sen. Chris Murphy, another Democrat whose politics she likes. That's why Kristin Dubois headed Thursday morning with her kids, ...

  2. Malloy Calls On Connecticut Republicans To Repudiate Trump's Statements

    Malloy Calls On Connecticut Republicans To Repudiate Trump's Statements

    As the national debate continues on race after the events last weekend in Charlottesville, Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy delivered the following prepared remarks during a news conference Thursday afternoon in Hartford. Here is the full text of Malloy's remarks:In the wake of the tragedy at Charlottesville, a conversation has been amplified. It is not a new one. In fact, it is ...

  3. New Fairfield Dad Facing Deportation Granted Last-Minute Temporary Stay

    New Fairfield Dad Facing Deportation Granted Last-Minute Temporary Stay

    NEW FAIRFIELD, Conn. — A New Fairfield dad was granted a last-minute temporary stay of his deportation Thursday, just hours before he was due to leave the U.S. for his native Guatemala, according to U.S. Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy. “Reason and justice have prevailed, at least temporarily, enabling Joel Colindres to stay with his family and pursue a fair hearing," ...

  4. Second Teen Arrested In Felony Murder Of 18-Year-Old Danbury Man

    Second Teen Arrested In Felony Murder Of 18-Year-Old Danbury Man

    DANBURY, Conn. — A second teenager was arrested Thursday and charged with felony murder in connection with the homicide of an 18-year-old Danbury man earlier this month, police said.Danbury detectives determine that Lorenzo Santana, 16, of Danbury, was involved in the homicide of Gabriel Bara-Bardo, 18, on Aug. 5, police said.Police applied for a warrant for his arrest, which was issued ...

  5. Multi-Vehicle Crash Causes Traffic Jams On I-95 In Greenwich

    Multi-Vehicle Crash Causes Traffic Jams On I-95 In Greenwich

    GREENWICH, Conn. — A multi-vehicle accident caused big delays on I-95 southbound between Exits 4 and 3 in Greenwich on Thursday morning, according to the Department of Transportation.The crash happened at about 6:30 a.m. and caused traffic jams for hours during the morning rush hour, DOT said. At one point, two lanes were blocked in the area. But the scene has been cleared by late ...

  6. Person Struck, Killed By Train In Fairfield Overnight

    Person Struck, Killed By Train In Fairfield Overnight

    Update: Metro-North has released more information on this incident. Click here for an updated story from Daily Voice.FAIRFIELD, Conn. — A person was struck and killed by a Metro-North train between the Fairfield and Southport stations early Thursday, according to the Connecticut Post.The accident happened at about 12:45 a.m., when a New Haven-bound train hit the person, who has not been ...

  7. Time Is Running Out: New Fairfield Dad Braces For Deportation Thursday

    Time Is Running Out: New Fairfield Dad Braces For Deportation Thursday

    Update: The U.S. Court of Appeals 2nd Circuit granted a stay of deportation order Thursday afternoon allowing Joel Colindres to remain in the U.S. Click here to read the updated story from Daily Voice.   NEW FAIRFIELD, Conn. — A New Fairfield dad is running out of time as he fights an order to be deported Thursday to his native Guatemala. "We lost the fight ... for now," his ...

  8. 6-Year-Old From Newtown Asks Murphy: 'How Can We Make America Kind Again?'

    6-Year-Old From Newtown Asks Murphy: 'How Can We Make America Kind Again?'

    NEWTOWN, Conn. — After walking nearly 22 miles in his walk across Connecticut, U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy was greeted with a standing ovation from a crowd of 500 voters at arrived at Edmond Town Hall in Newtown on Thursday evening. "Walking across Connecticut is a great idea in theory," Murphy said after he was introduced by First Selectman Pat Llodra for the town hall ...

  9. Black Bear Spotted: Greenwich Residents Warned To Be On The Lookout

    Black Bear Spotted: Greenwich Residents Warned To Be On The Lookout

    GREENWICH, Conn. — A contractor working near Cat Rock Road in Greenwich got a big surprise on Monday when he spotted a black bear roaming in the area, according to Patch.com. Greenwich Animal Control Division has been advised of the sighting, police told Patch.com. Residents are warned to avoid contact with bears and to report any sightings, the story said. The bear spotting was a rare ...

  10. Mayor Mark Boughton Returns Home To Danbury After Brain Surgery

    Mayor Mark Boughton Returns Home To Danbury After Brain Surgery

    DANBURY, Conn. — He's home: Danbury's favorite son, Mayor Mark Boughton, is back after undergoing surgery last week to remove a benign brain tumor.  "Home with my baby. #ellie," Boughton announced Wednesday via Twitter, along with a picture of his beloved dog curled up by his feet. Dr. Robert Friedlander successfully removed a lemon-size tumor, which was located behind ...

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