State Plans For Natural Gas Expansion Survive Legal Challenge From Heating Oil, Gasoline DealersThe state's natural gas-reliant Comprehensive Energy Strategy today survived a legal challenge from businesses who sell a competing product.
Zarella Leaving Connecticut Supreme Court After 16 YearsJustice Peter T. Zarella will retire from the Connecticut Supreme Court at the end of December after nearly 16 years as one of the court's most conservative members.
High Court Sides With Employee Fired For Smoking Pot At WorkConnecticut's top court has ruled that a state worker fired for smoking marijuana on the job in 2012 was penalized too harshly and should get his job back.
High Court Upholds Death Penalty AbolishmentThe Connecticut Supreme Court has upheld its landmark ruling declaring the state's death penalty unconstitutional and abolishing capital punishment.
Connecticut's Top Court Hears Kennedy Cousin Murder CaseConnecticut's highest court was hearing arguments Wednesday on whether Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel should get a new trial or be sent back to prison for a 1975 murder.
Supreme Court To Hear Appeal In LeConte 90-Year Sentence
Connecticut Widow Fights To Keep Husband's Remains Buried In YardWhen Elise Piquet's husband died in 2004, she had a dilemma because all four cemeteries in their hometown of Chester were full. She and her husband loved the small town along the Connecticut River, so she had him buried on their 11-acre property with plans to join him there after she passed.