Firefighters at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard train regularly for industrial blazes, but mandates after a huge submarine fire call for an annual drill that’s more extensive than anything done before.
A Connecticut father charged with causing his 15-month-old son’s death by leaving the boy in the car for hours on a hot July day has pleaded not guilty.
A Connecticut agency that investigated the background of the socially isolated, violence-obsessed man who carried out the 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School is issuing a report on his mental health and educational history.
Norwalk’s schools superintendent has been appointed head of New London’s school district.
Gov. Dannel Malloy has told New Britain officials he’ll do what he can to help the city find money for an emergency winter shelter for the homeless.
A woman is dead after a hit and run in Simsbury around 8 p.m. Thursday.
Mitchell Etess, chief executive of the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority, says he plans to retire next year, but will stay on in a transition.
Connecticut lawmakers will be learning more about Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s plans to cover a projected $99.5 million deficit in the current $20 billion budget.
A person is dead after being struck while crossing Route 10 in Cheshire Thursday night.
In response to a projected shortfall in the state budget, the state Office of Policy and Management has released its planned cuts to state agencies, totaling more than $54 million.
A sculpture crafted from 2,000 pounds of disassembled guns has gone on display in Hartford’s Bushnell Park through early next year. Artist Michael Kalish spent four years turning the weapons into a handshake, symbolizing community unity.