CT To Receive $16M In VW Settlement Connecticut is set to receive over $16 million as part of a nationwide settlement with Volkswagen over emissions fraud. Connecticut Delegation Pledges To Keep Pushing For Gun Laws Members of Connecticut's congressional delegation say they're energized by the public's reaction to the recent House of Representatives sit-in and Senate filibuster, promising to not stop pushing for more restrictive gun laws.
Connecticut REALTORS: Housing Sales Up In May Jepsen Tapped As Attorneys General President Dems Stage Election-Year Sit-In On Guns, GOP Unmoved FEC Data: Trump Has Raised $45,293 In Connecticut Wolf Suspends Senate Campaign State Unveils Plan To Lose The Traffic Lights On Route 9 Ex-State Lawmaker Pleads Guilty To Bank Fraud Conspiracy Senate Fails To Pass Gun Law Reforms
UConn Revokes Bill Cosby’s Honorary Degree University of Connecticut trustees voted unanimously Wednesday to revoke an honorary degree awarded to Bill Cosby. 6 Years In Robbery, Killing Of Gas Station Clerk A Stamford man who authorities say was the lookout when a gas station clerk was robbed and gunned down in 2009 is headed to prison.
1 Dead In Enfield Fire Teens Charged In Car Theft, Joyride Bradley Hires More Staff To Shorten Security Lines Environmentalists Unhappy With Report On Plum Island Sale Former UConn Mac And Cheese Student Arrested Again No Charges Related To Death After Dog Attack Three Arrested In New Haven Area Overdoses Winterfest Organizers Hope Additional Fundraising Will Keep Event Alive