Governor's Budget Director Releases New Deficit ProjectionRepublican legislative leaders are questioning the numbers
State Officials Warn Of Increased Risk Of Forest FiresOfficials with the state's Department of Energy are warning residents about an increased risk of forest fires in Connecticut due to this year's drought.
Connecticut Sheds Jobs In SeptemberAlthough the jobless rate in Connecticut fell in September, there were job losses and the state Department of Labor has revised August's gains to reflect losses.
Regents Adopt Formal Process For Community College Armed PoliceThe Connecticut Board of Regents for Higher Education has adopted a formal process to approve armed police on community college campuses.
State Ends Talks With Developers On Train Station ProjectGov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration has ended talks to develop a $500 million transportation project in downtown Stamford.
Malloy Asks FEMA To Help With Crumbling FoundationsGov. Dannel P. Malloy is asking the Federal Emergency Management Agency to work with the state to help Connecticut homeowners with crumbling foundations.
Bristol Issues Mandatory Outdoor Water Use RestrictionsThe city is reportedly restricting outdoor water use including, but not limited to, watering lawns, using underground irrigation systems, and washing cars and houses.
Looks Like The End For Route 11 ExpansionIt's the end of the line--literally--for the Route 11 extension project in Salem.
Ex-Hartford Mayor's Convictions Thrown OutFormer Hartford Mayor Eddie Perez had his corruption convictions formally thrown out Wednesday, but he's far from being in the clear.
Connecticut House Democratic Leadership Team Is Taking ShapeThe likely leadership of the Connecticut House of Representatives is beginning to take shape.
NAACP: Closing Hartford Schools Would Violate Student RightsThe local branch of the NAACP is telling Hartford leaders that proposals to close schools in the city's north end would violate the rights of black and Latino students.
Lieberman: Trump Rise InevitableFormer Democratic presidential and vice presidential candidate and Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman says he's not surprised by the rise of Donald Trump.