Man To Be Sentenced In $3M Pita Bakery Financing SchemeA former Connecticut resident is facing sentencing for a fraudulent scheme to get more than $3 million in financing for a purported pita bread bakery.
State DOL Releases January Employment Figures
Malloy Plans To Fight For A Higher Minimum Wage Hike In 2019Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he plans to get more involved in year's legislative effort to increase Connecticut's minimum wage.
Ex-City Manager Says He Was Fired For Uncovering WrongdoingThe former city manager of Meriden says he was fired for uncovering wrongdoing by the city's finance director.
Hartford Lawmaker ResignsAngel Arce is accused of sending affectionate text messages to a 16 year old girl
Malloy Not Worried About Federal Suit Over Sanctuary CitiesGov. Dannel P. Malloy says he's not concerned about the federal government possibly suing Connecticut because some of its cities are considered so-called sanctuary cities.
Non-Essential State Workers To Be Sent Home Starting At NoonWith more than a foot of snow predicted in parts of Connecticut from the latest Nor'easter to affect the state, Governor Dannel Malloy is releasing non-essential state workers early.
State EOC To Be Partially Activated During StormThe governor urges residents to plan ahead and exercise caution if they need to travel
Small Store Owners Opposing Malloy's Liquor Law ProposalsHundreds of family liquor store owners are gathering at the Legislative Office Building to oppose Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's latest proposal to revamp state liquor laws.
Lottery Headquarters Flags Lowered 20 Years After ShootingsU.S. and state flags outside the Connecticut Lottery headquarters are at half-staff on the 20th anniversary of the killings of four lottery executives.
Indian Tribes Push Ahead On Plans For East Windsor CasinoLeaders of Connecticut's two federally recognized Indian tribes are pushing ahead with plans to build a casino, despite delays in federal approvals.
Settlement Reached In Lawsuit Over Educators, Alleged CultA settlement has been reached in a bizarre lawsuit that accused four Connecticut high school educators of ``indoctrinating'' three sisters into a religious cult that celebrates death and causing the siblings to suffer severe personality changes.

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