CT To Receive $16M In VW SettlementConnecticut is set to receive over $16 million as part of a nationwide settlement with Volkswagen over emissions fraud.
DPH Issues Drought AdvisoryThe state Department of Public Health is issuing a drought advisory for Connecticut.
Connecticut Interstates Among The Nation's Most Congested: ReportConnecticut's urban interstates are among the most congested in the country, according to a new report from TRIP, a non-profit transportation research group.
Child Care Subsidy PreservedCoverage will not end following a change in federal block grant funding rules
Agency Says Thousands Will Now Receive Child Care SubsidyState officials say they've found a way to ensure thousands of needy Connecticut families will still receive a child care subsidy.
Connecticut Delegation Pledges To Keep Pushing For Gun LawsMembers of Connecticut's congressional delegation say they're energized by the public's reaction to the recent House of Representatives sit-in and Senate filibuster, promising to not stop pushing for more restrictive gun laws.
Connecticut REALTORS: Housing Sales Up In MaySingle family home sales rose in the month of May, according to Connecticut Realtors.
Water Work In MiddletownIn Middletown, city officials are advising some residents of an interruption in water service tonight into early Saturday morning.
Jepsen Tapped As Attorneys General PresidentConnecticut Attorney General George Jepsen has been elected president of the National Association of Attorneys General.
Hartford Launches Youth Service Corps.With $2.2 million in private funding, the City of Hartford is launching a Youth Service Corps.
Dems Stage Election-Year Sit-In On Guns, GOP UnmovedA drained and dwindling group of Democrats, some draped in blankets and toting pillows, carried their remarkable House floor sit-in past daybreak Thursday.
Republicans, Gun Advocates Unimpressed By Democrats' Gun Control MovementsConnecticut's congressional delegation is becoming known for its united stance on gun control measures, but some Republicans and gun rights advocates aren't impressed.