Things you need to know on December 7.

Thanks to MetroNews Source for the following.

  • Today is Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, marking the 74th anniversary of the Japanese attack on the Hawaiian military base. Governor Malloy has ordered all U.S. and state flags to half staff to mark the solemn occasion. CNN.com

 

  • According to a new CNN/ORC survey, a majority of Americans are in favor of sending ground troops to fight ISIS. 53-percent of people want boots on the ground to fight the terror group in Iraq and Syria.

 

  • A Danbury man is being held on 40-thousand-dollars bond after being arrested for possession of child pornography. Police say 33-year-old Edward Barker was arrested after a long investigation that began in June. nbcconnecticut.com

 

  • Here's some hope the Connecticut roads might get better.The state is getting an extra 60-million-dollars a year for the next five years for highway and transit purposes. The money is included in the new federal transportation funding bill that was signed by President Obama on Friday.

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