Governor Optimistic Deficit-Cutting Deal Will Be ReachedSpecial session possible in early December
Tesla To Continue Push To Open ShowroomsCar maker seeks legislation to change Connecticut law
Report Finds Many Roads And Bridges In Need Of RepairRoads costly for motorists
Budget Deficit Talks ResumeProgress reported toward bipartisan agreement
Judge Ends Receivership Of Schooner AmistadA Connecticut judge has ended state receivership over the Amistad schooner and dissolved the embattled organization that had operated the vessel.
Malloy Wants Guns Denied To Those On Terror Watch ListConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is calling on top congressional leaders to pass legislation that would prohibit the sale of firearms and explosives to anyone suspected by the federal government of being a terrorist.
Murphy To Participate In Security ConferenceConnecticut Sen. Chris Murphy is participating in an international security forum in Canada where he'll be talking with U.S. allies about efforts to defeat the Islamic State group.
House Democrats Oppose Retirement IncentiveSpeaker calls it a long-term disaster
Public Health Commissioner Moving OnTaking federal job
Senate Democrats Offer New Budget Plan, No Election Fund CutThe Connecticut Senate's majority Democrats are backing off some earlier ideas for balancing the state budget, including suspending the public campaign funding program for next year's legislative elections.
Connecticut Jobless Rate At 5.1% For OctoberThe state says unemployment fell to 5.1% for the month of October.
High Court Says Workers Not Injured In Blast Can't SueThe Connecticut Supreme Court has ruled that more than 40 workers who weren't injured but lost their jobs in a deadly power plant explosion can't sue several contractors for hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost wages.