Four US Governors Join Forces On Gun SafetyThe governors of Connecticut, New York, New Jersey and Rhode Island are forming a coalition of like-minded states on gun control, hoping to make progress where they see the federal government has faltered.
Lawmakers Unveil Connecticut Made Label To Showcase GoodsConnecticut-made products from craft beer to circuit boards will soon sport a logo touting their origin.
Transportation Officials Plan Fare Hikes, Cuts In ServiceThe Connecticut Department of Transportation is proposing fare increases on rail and bus lines along with cuts in service, a plan some residents say will make public transportation worse.
State Agrees To Pay $6.5M To Estate Of Couple Killed By TreeThe state of Connecticut has agreed to pay $6.25 million to the estate of a couple killed more than a decade ago when a tree limb fell on their car.
Former Head Of Enfield Community Development Agency ArrestedA former executive director of the Enfield Community Development Corporation is accused of stealing more than $95,000 from the organization.
Ice Jam State Of Emergency Lifted In KentAfter 33 days, a state of emergency in the town of Kent has been lifted.
CT Recidivism Rates Dropping, Data ShowsConnecticut prison population rates have dropped, and according to Governor Malloy will continue to do so this year.
Funding Awarded In Effort To Help Homeowners With Crumbling FoundationsA new not-for -profit insurance company will manage state dollars to assist those affected
Annual Connecticut Overdose Deaths Top 1,000 For First TimeConnecticut's chief medical examiner says annual drug overdose deaths in the state have topped 1,000 for the first time.
13 Russian Nationals Charged In Mueller InvestigationThe office of special counsel Robert Mueller says a grand jury has charged 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities.
City Settles Sexual Assault Lawsuit With Former StudentsA Connecticut city has agreed to pay $3.25 million to five men who say they were sexually assaulted by a former elementary school gym teacher in the 1970s and `80s.
State Lawmakers Mull Pot Legalization Once Again