Officials Unveil New Training To Spot Sex-TraffickingIdentifying the warning signs of human trafficking. That's the focus of a new partnership announced Thursday by state officials and the state's hotel industry.
2 Dead After SUV With Connecticut Plates Crashes In SpringfieldAuthorities say two people died and three others were critically injured when the SUV they were in crashed into a tree in Springfield.
Legislator-911 Dispatcher Hopes To Fix Misdirected CallsThe new top House Republican on the Connecticut General Assembly's Public Safety Committee is hoping to draw attention to the issue of misdirected 911 emergency calls from cellphone users.
Connecticut A.G. Leads Coalition In Settlement With Moody'sConnecticut was he first state to sue Moody's in 2010 and will receive $31.5 million
Malloy Says Connecticut Can Match Homeless With HomesGov. Dannel P. Malloy says Connecticut is now able to match every long-term homeless person in the state with permanent housing.
Toll Talk At State CapitolSeveral Connecticut lawmakers are proposing tolls on Connecticut highways.
Malloy Taps West Hartford Attorney As Health Care AdvocateGov. Dannel P. Malloy is nominating a Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection official as the state's new health care advocate.
Malloy 'Not Leading With Taxes' In Budget ProposalGovernor Dannel Malloy says he is not "leading with taxes" in the state budget proposal he will present to lawmakers next month-- but he's also not taking them off the table.
Pelletier: No Appetite For Labor ConcessionsThe leader of Connecticut's largest labor organization says she's disappointed Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is already talking about state employee labor concessions as a way to balance the state budget.
Report: Connecticut Among Top States For Moving OutConnecticut ranks fourth among states for people moving out in 2016, according to United Van Lines' Annual National Movers Study, which tracks moves into and out of each state.
Connecticut's Budget A Top Issue For New Legislative SessionConnecticut's troubled budget is expected to again be the top priority for state lawmakers as they return Wednesday for a new legislative session.
Minimum Wage Hike, Expanded Contractor Rules, Among New LawsA higher minimum wage, new registration requirements for certain contractors and new rules for using a modernized symbol for people with disabilities are among a host of new laws set to take effect Jan. 1.

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