Former Lawmaker Sentenced In Mortgage Fraud SchemeA former Democratic state representative from Waterbury has been sentenced to a year of probation and a fine of $1,000 for conspiring with others to commit bank fraud.
Murphy: Mental Health Discrimination 'Rampant'Even though the law requires insurers to treat mental health issues just like physical ones, Connecticut Democratic U.S. Senator Chris Murphy says discrimination is still "rampant."
Memorial Bench Remembers Fallen PilotsA Connecticut town has dedicated a memorial bench to two Navy Reserve pilots who died in a midair crash while practicing aerial combat over the community during World War II.
Republicans Again Seek To Win Control Of Connecticut SenateConnecticut Republicans again have their sights on winning control of the Senate.
Metro-North Ending Sale Of WebTicketsMetro-North will be ending the sale of WebTickets that allows rail riders to purchase tickets online. Instead, the railroad is reportedly encouraging riders to purchase tickets on mobile devices.
Merrill Contends Connecticut Elections Run Freely And FairlyConnecticut Secretary of the State Denise Merrill is trying to assure voters that the November election will be administered "as freely and fairly as possible" and any claims to the contrary are "irresponsible."
Connecticut Receives $1.6 Million Aerospace Training GrantConnecticut officials say the state has been awarded a $1.6 million federal grant to help fund an apprenticeship training program for aerospace manufacturing and maintenance workers.
Governor's Budget Director Releases New Deficit ProjectionRepublican legislative leaders are questioning the numbers
State Officials Warn Of Increased Risk Of Forest FiresOfficials with the state's Department of Energy are warning residents about an increased risk of forest fires in Connecticut due to this year's drought.
Connecticut Sheds Jobs In SeptemberAlthough the jobless rate in Connecticut fell in September, there were job losses and the state Department of Labor has revised August's gains to reflect losses.
Regents Adopt Formal Process For Community College Armed PoliceThe Connecticut Board of Regents for Higher Education has adopted a formal process to approve armed police on community college campuses.
State Ends Talks With Developers On Train Station ProjectGov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration has ended talks to develop a $500 million transportation project in downtown Stamford.