Q30 Newscast: 2/27/19

Brooke Reilly

MJ Baird and Kelly Ryan anchor this week’s newscast.

We open the show with news about the passing of Associate Vice President and Director of Financial Aid at Quinnipiac, Dominic Yoia.

Matt Fortin joins us with an explanation of President Olian’s spendings. Plus, we have information on a temporary parking lot at the location of Olian’s new home and what the WQUN building could potentially be used for.

In local news, Governor Ned Lamont is proposing new taxes on items that were not previously taxed and increases to things that were. New taxable items may include textbooks, bicycle helmets, car seats and more.

With QTHON under a month away, Kerry Golden has the latest on their recent push to reach their goal of $323,000 by March 23.

Flu season is in full swing. Olivia Schueller has the story about how the flu impacted one Quinnipiac student and ways to stay healthy this season.

As the trial for former President Trump’s former attorney, Michael Cohen has come to a conclusion, Kaye Paddyfote has this week’s political news.

Kassidy Berger gives an update on news across the country in her national news update.

Chris Dacey is in the studio with what we can expect from Mother Nature this week.

And Emma Carman has the latest on Quinnipiac sports as we transition from the winter season into the spring season.

All this and more on the Q30 Newscast.