Fate Of $12 Connecticut Minimum Wage Bill Is QuestionableIt's questionable whether a proposal by Senate Democrats to increase Connecticut's minimum wage to $12 an hour by 2020 will be acted on during this year's legislative session.
New Study: No Pesticides Found In Long Island Sound LobstersA new study says no traces of pesticides were found in lobsters collected in Long Island Sound in late 2014, boosting the belief that warming water temperatures is the main culprit in a huge lobster population decline.
More State Employees Receive Layoff NoticesLatest notices go out to Correction Department workers
Budget Ax Falls On More State EmployeesUConn Health workers the latest to receive layoff notices
Hartford Police Union Head Upset Over Trump Sticker StatementThe Hartford Police Union is criticizing the way department leadership reacted after a Donald Trump sticker was displayed inside a patrol vehicle.
Unions Warn Against Possible Cuts To State JobsState employee unions are warning about the possible negative implications of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's revised $19.8 billion budget that could lead to more than 1,000 job cuts.
Yale To Expand Hiring Of New Haven ResidentsDoubles commitment to hiring city residents
Hartford Symphony Musicians Still Seeking New Contract
Labor and Advocates Challenge GE Over Taxes
UConn & GA's Union Reach Tentative Agreement
Financial Services Company Commits To ConnecticutGov. Dannel P. Malloy says financial services giant UBS has committed to remaining in Connecticut through 2021.
DCF Ordered To Rehire Fired WorkerConnecticut's Department of Children and Families was ordered Friday to rehire an employee who'd been an outspoken critic of what he sees as the agency's racist attitude and was fired over allegations about his performance.