Rifle Maker Wants Documents Sealed In school Shooting SuitA Connecticut judge will hear arguments on whether gun maker Remington Arms' company documents should be sealed from public view as it fights a lawsuit filed by families of some of the victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.
Swimming Off Limits At 3 State ParksThree state parks are off limits to swimmers today due to high bacteriea levels in the water, according to the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.
Malloy Addresses DNCConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is touting the accomplishments of Democratic governors at the party's national convention in Philadelphia.
Fewer Women In Office Than Men In ConnecticutWomen are trailing men in Connecticut when it comes to elected representation in city halls, the state legislature and Congress.
Hartford Opens Cooling CentersHartford has opened a number of cooling centers for the week in response to the hot, humid weather.
Women To Embark On Triathlon To Support Sandy Hook CharityTwo Connecticut women are embarking on a non-competitive triathlon to support a sports charity set up by the parents of a Sandy Hook shooting victim.
Virginia Senator Chosen To Be Hillary Clinton's Running MateTheir first joint campaign appearance Saturday in Miami
Trump Accepts GOP Presidential NominationVows to return the country to peace and prosperity
Footage Shows Malloy Bypassed Airport SecurityGov. Dannel P. Malloy bypassed security at a state airport while carrying his son's backpack in November, drawing objections from some airport officials.
Connecticut Jobs Up In JuneJune saw the state add 7,900 jobs to it's rolls.
18th-Century Document Trips Up Plans For Lebanon GreenThe mile-long town green here seems little changed from the days when French troops camped on it during the Revolutionary War.
State Deficit Estimate Down Slightly For Last Fiscal YearImprovement linked to federal funds Connecticut has received