Malloy Says Time Has Come For A Bipartisan Budget PlanConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he's willing to compromise with Republicans on a bipartisan budget plan, but will veto the GOP-backed budget that passed the legislature over the weekend.
Lawmakers Poised To Vote On State BudgetConnecticut lawmakers say they're ready to break an impasse over the state budget and vote on a new tax and spending plan.
Connecticut National Guard Part Of Irma ReliefThe Connecticut National Guard is deploying to help victims of Hurricane Irma.
Governor Adds Sales Tax Increase To Budget PlanConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has added a sales tax increase to his budget plan that would raise an extra $220 million over two years.
Connecticut Tax Agents Seize Huge Batch Of Untaxed CigarettesConnecticut revenue agents have made what they are calling the largest seizure of contraband cigarettes in state history.
Governor's New Budget Plan Restores Some State Aid To TownsGov. Dannel P. Malloy's new budget plan would restore some state aid to cities and towns that he slashed in a previous proposal.
Lembo Projects Nearly $94M Deficit With No BudgetState Comptroller Kevin Lembo is projecting a $93.9 million deficit for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2018 if the state continues to operate without a budget.
Gas Prices Surge Higher As Drivers Rush To Fill Their TanksGasoline prices rose several cents overnight amid continuing fears of shortages in Texas and several other states in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey's strike on the Gulf Coast.
Farm Mark Twain Bought For His Daughter On Market For $1.8MA farm once owned by Mark Twain is up for sale in Connecticut for $1.8 million.
Connecticut Loses 600 Jobs In JulyConnecticut lost 600 net jobs in July, and the state's unemployment rate held steady at 5 percent, according to preliminary numbers from the state Department of Labor.
Tick Population SurgesOfficials at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station say they've already tested more than 5,000 ticks submitted by the public this year for Lyme Disease and other pathogens.
Connecticut Has Low Rate Of Workplace Deaths For All AgesAn Associated Press analysis of federal statistics shows Connecticut has had a consistently low rate of workplace fatalities across all ages.