Group Says Connecticut Drought Advisory Can Now Be LiftedA coalition of state agencies says the drought advisory issued last summer in Connecticut can now be lifted.
Connecticut Joins Multi-State Investigation Into OpioidsConnecticut is now among the states involved in an investigation into the practices used by pharmaceutical companies to market and sell prescription opioids.
Spirit Airlines Adds Destinations From BradleyUltra-low cost airline Spirit is adding two more destinations from Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks.
Malloy Preparing For Growing Possibility Of No Budget DealGov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration is preparing for the growing possibility that Connecticut lawmakers won't pass a new two-year budget before the fiscal year ends on June 30.
Lack Of State Budget Brings Uncertainty To Cities, TownsWith Connecticut's state budget in limbo, many cities and towns have blindly set their local tax rates for the new fiscal year beginning July 1, hoping they won't need to send out refunds or supplemental property tax bills.
Environmental Officials Warn Of Bad Air QualityWith a third day of sweltering heat, Connecticut environmental officials are warning of bad air quality in parts of the state.
Officials: Connecticut Overdose Death Involved CarfentanilConnecticut officials say carfentanil, an extremely powerful synthetic opioid sometimes used to sedate elephants, was part of an overdose death in April.
State Launches Annual Mosquito Monitoring ProgramThe state has launched its annual mosquito monitoring program.
Bail Reform Proposal Gains Final Legislative ApprovalA bill aimed at reducing the number of people detained in Connecticut jails because they can't afford to post bail has won final approval from the legislature.
Feds: Man Had Sex With Girl He Met Through Chess AppAn Illinois man has pleaded guilty to traveling to Connecticut to have sex with an underage girl he met through an online chess app.
Connecticut House Debates Bill That Would Lead To TollsThe House of Representatives is debating legislation that could ultimately lead to tolls on Connecticut's highways.
Farmers Rally At CapitolFarmers rallied at the State Capitol Tuesday, against funding cuts to the state Department of Agriculture, and any budget plan that would fold the department into other state agencies.