More Discussion On New State Budget PlannedLegislative leadership is scheduled to meet next Wednesday
National Issues Highlight Governor's Thanksgiving MessageThe message praises sexual harassment victims who have come forward
Stamford Woman Granted Stay of Her Deportation OrderThe mother of two had been denied a stay Monday
Federal Regulators: Nuke Plant Guard Didn't Maintain WeaponsFederal nuclear regulators say a security officer in charge of maintaining weapons at a Connecticut nuclear power plant didn't follow proper procedures and falsified records to cover the shortfall.
Immigrant Allowed To Return Home After Living In ChurchA native of Ecuador living in Connecticut who took sanctuary inside a New Haven church last summer to avoid deportation can go home to his family.
State Agencies Urged To Use Connecticut Airports For TravelConnecticut state agency heads are being told to make sure their employees use Bradley International Airport and the state's other public airports for any air travel while on official state business.
Tax Relief For Crumbling FoundationsRepair costs for crumbling foundations plaguing potentially thousands of Connecticut homeowners can be deducted on federal tax returns
Governor Signs Budget FixGovernor Malloy says he still has problems with the bipartisan agreement reached by lawmakers without him
Winterfest Returns To HartfordWinterfest is back for another run in Hartford this holiday season.
Revised State Budget Deficit Estimates May Trigger More CutsRevised estimates show Connecticut's current budget deficit has grown large enough to potentially trigger a mid-year, budget-cutting plan from Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.
Deportation Stay Denied For New Haven Woman
Delegation Touts Bipartisan Support For Gun-Related BillSeveral members of Connecticut's all-Democratic congressional delegation are optimistic that bipartisan support for background check system legislation may be a sign of future cooperation on anti-gun violence legislation.