Q30 Newscast: 02/20/19

Olivia Schueller

Nhung An and Kerry Golden hosted this weeks Q30 Newscast.

News broke Tuesday that President Judy Olian’s house would be renovated costing Quinnipiac nearly $1 million dollars. Cali Kees had the full story. Stay with Q30 News as the story continues.

In other Hamden news, the town voted Tuesday night to ban the use of plastic bags. More controversy continues on red light cameras around Hamden, Brooke Reilly has the full story.

Applications have opened for Fall 2019 for the “Inside-Out” Prison Exchange program. This program is where Quinnipiac undergraduate students get to learn alongside male prisoners at a maximum security prison in Connecticut.

Jensen Coppa has this week’s political news update as the number of 2020 candidates continues to rise.

Chris Dacey stepped away from the sports desk and is in studio to discuss the news surrounding nation.

Snow continues across the state of Connecticut. John McMahon has the details on what we can expect heading into next week.

MJ Baird updates us on Bobcat sports and the Women’s Ice Hockey team celebrates their senior day.

All this and more on the Q30 Newscast.