State Labor Department Receives Tech GrantConnecticut's Department of Labor has received nearly $1 million from the federal government to help modernize its technology systems and redesign portions of the agency's website.
New State Laws Take Effect TodayA batch of new laws is taking effect in Connecticut.
Insurance Department Releases Data On Foundation ClaimsThe agency says more of those affected need to come forward as the state looks for solutions for homeowners
Himes: Olympic Tax Bill Popular But 'Bad Policy'U.S. Olympic medal winners will soon get a tax break. But not everyone thinks getting rid of the so-called victory tax is a good idea. Democratic Rep. Jim Himes of Connecticut calls the bill bad policy.
DOT Chief: Positive Train Control Coming To Metro-North In 2018Positive train control is on track to be fully functional on Metro-North's New Haven Line in Connecticut by 2018. That is according to Connecticut Department of Transportation Commissioner James Redeker.
Matthew Now Category 3 HurricaneForecasters in Miami say Matthew has strengthened into a major Category 3 hurricane in the Caribbean.
Water Main Break In HartfordCrews are working to cap a water main break in Hartford.
11 Connecticut Farms Tied To E.Coli OutbreakThe state Department of Public Health has released a list of Connecticut farms that have been identified by the U.S. Department of Agriculture as having received tainted meat from an Athol, Massachusetts slaughterhouse.
Former Developer Of Hartford Ballpark Files Emergency MotionThe original contractor and developer of Hartford's Dunkin' Donuts Park has filed an emergency motion seeking to halt future work on the beleaguered stadium.
State, Advocates Broker Child Welfare AgreementThe state and child advocates appear closer to a plan to streamline the system and remove the Department of Children and Families from court oversight.
New Law Allowing Minors To Use Medical Marijuana Starts SaturdayChildren will be allowed to use medical marijuana in Connecticut beginning October 1 when a new law recently passed by the legislature and signed by Gov. Malloy goes into effect.
Legislature Approves Sikorsky DealThe State House and Senate have approved a $220 million agreement that will keep Sikorsky Aircraft in the state, producing a new line of heavy cargo helicopters for the U.S. military.