Malloy: No Budget Document, No MeetingGov. Dannel P. Malloy says he won't meet with legislative leaders to discuss their tentative budget framework until they have a document for him to review.
Mayor Accused Of Sharing Private Photos In Political FeudA new report has revealed a Connecticut mayor shared compromising photos of a city council member in retaliation for her husband giving radio airtime to his political rival.
New Haven Police To Start Body Camera UsePolice officers in a Connecticut city will soon be wearing body cameras for the first time.
Report: Connecticut Loses 2,000 Jobs in SeptemberNew figures show Connecticut lost 2,000 jobs in September, capping what's been a slow third quarter for job growth.
Malloy Touts State's Workforce, Lifestyle in Amazon HQ BidGov. Dannel P. Malloy is touting Connecticut's educated workforce, quality of life and location between Boston and New York in the state's bid for Amazon's second headquarters.
DMV Launching Online System For Making Road Test AppointmentsIn preparation for the switch to the new system, no DMV road test appointments can be made either Saturday or Monday.
As Hartford Weighs Bankruptcy, Officials Hear From Those Who've Been ThereWith the City of Hartford facing potential insolvency in the coming weeks, community leaders listened closely at a forum Thursday morning featuring those who've lived through a Chapter 9 filing.
Top Lawmakers: Tentative Budget Deal ReachedTop lawmakers say they have reached a tentative agreement on a resolution to the months-long state budget stalemate.
10th Worker Accused Of Abusing Psychiatric Hospital PatientA tenth staff member at Connecticut's only maximum-security psychiatric hospital has been arrested in connection with the alleged repeated abuse of a patient.
Connecticut High School Acclaimed For Unified Sports ProgramA Connecticut high school is receiving national recognition from the Special Olympics for its unified sports program.
State Investigates Allegations Of Market Power AbuseConnecticut officials have launched an investigation into allegations of market power abuse by two of the state's largest energy providers.
Power Failure Blamed For Untreated Sewage SpillA power failure has been identified as the reason why millions of gallons of untreated sewage spewed into a Connecticut river, killing dozens of fish.

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