Top Lawmakers: Tentative Budget Deal ReachedTop lawmakers say they have reached a tentative agreement on a resolution to the months-long state budget stalemate.
State Investigates Allegations Of Market Power AbuseConnecticut officials have launched an investigation into allegations of market power abuse by two of the state's largest energy providers.
Malloy Calls Planned Lawsuit Over State Budget PrematureGov. Dannel P. Malloy says it's premature for Connecticut's largest teachers' union to seek a court order to block him from cutting state education funding.
Police: Christopher Columbus Statues Defaced With Red PaintPolice have stepped up security after two Christopher Columbus statues were vandalized with red paint in Connecticut.
Connecticut Officials Renew Push For Federal Gun LegislationMembers of Connecticut's congressional delegation have renewed their calls for tighter controls on guns in response to the Las Vegas mass shooting.
Connecticut's Amazon Bid To Include Stamford, Hartford AreasConnecticut's bid for Amazon's second headquarters will include sites in the Stamford and Hartford regions.
State Police Honor Those Who Put Their Lives On The LineState police, Wednesday, honored troopers, local police, firefighters, and civilians who went above and beyond the call of duty.
House Won't Try To Override Malloy's Veto Of GOP BudgetThe Connecticut House of Representatives has decided not to try and override Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's veto of a state budget plan.
New Laws On 'Sexting', Hate Crimes Take Effect SundayDozens of bills passed during the last session of the General Assembly go into effect on Sunday.
Report: More 'Disturbed' People Shot With Stun Guns By CopsMore emotionally disturbed people and children were shot or threatened with stun guns by Connecticut police in 2016 compared with the previous year, according to a new report released Thursday.
Drug Dealer Convicted In Murder-For-Hire PlotA drug trafficker from Puerto Rico has been convicted of hiring someone to kill a dealer from Connecticut he thought was skimming money from him.
Medical Examiner's Accreditation An Issue In Budget ImpasseConnecticut's budget impasse is putting the state medical examiner's office at risk for losing national accreditation.

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