Budget Back And Forth ContinuesConnecticut lawmakers are making some small progress in reaching a possible agreement on a new state budget.
Lembo Launches Exploratory BidState comptroller Kevin Lembo is one step closer to officially making a run for higher office.
Lawmakers Seek To Limit Scope Of Public Affairs NetworkThe Connecticut General Assembly is seeking to reduce the scope of the cable TV and online public affairs network that covers the legislature and other parts of state government.
Bottle Redemption Programs On Statehouse Chopping BlocksEnvironmentalists across the U.S. are defending decades-old bottle recycling programs, saying they're still necessary despite advances in curbside recycling efforts.
Committee Pulls Plug On Alternate State BudgetLeaders of the General Assembly's budget-writing committee have abandoned plans for a spending package that's an alternative to the budget Gov. Dannel P. Malloy offered in February.
Bear Cub Dies After Hit By Car The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection says it put down a black bear cub after it was hit by a car.
Suspensions At Whiting Forensic State health officials say more than 20 employees at a Connecticut psychiatric hospital have been suspended amid allegations of patient abuse at the maximum-security facility.
Immigration Toolkit UnveiledA state toolkit for Connecticut families concerned about how federal immigration enforcement efforts might affect custody of their children is now available in nine languages.
Arrests Made, Thousands Seized In Illegal Tobacco OperationMultiple arrests and hundreds of thousands of dollars in contraband have been seized in an illegal tobacco bust in Connecticut.
Health Department Criticizes Starbucks' Unicorn FrappuccinoStarbucks' new "Unicorn Frappuccino'' has made waves on the internet for its colorful presentation, but a Connecticut health department is trying to draw attention to the large amount of sugar found in the purple-pink drink.
Lawmakers Want Info On Tick-Borne Diseases
Audit: Police Underreporting Required Racial Profiling DataPolice in Connecticut's capital city have failed to report thousands of traffic stops as required by a state law aimed to prevent racial profiling, data analysts said Friday.

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