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.
Non-Profit State Providers Feel Budget PainAs the state budget impasse drags on, non-profit social service providers are feeling the effects of deeper cuts.
Delegation Says 10,000 Connecticut DACA Students At RiskConnecticut's congressional delegation is urging the Secretary of Homeland Security to legally defend a program giving temporary status to young immigrants who are in the country illegally.
Malloy Predicts No Budget Deal Until The FallGov. Dannel P. Malloy says he doesn't foresee an agreement on a new two-year, state budget for Connecticut until possibly the fall.
Despite Budget Uncertainty, 'Sales Tax Free Week' A GoDespite the lack of a state budget, Connecticut's annual "Sales Tax Free Week" is scheduled for the third week of August.
Lawmakers To Decide Whether To Override Malloy's 4 VetoesConnecticut lawmakers are returning to the Capitol to consider whether to override any of Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's four vetoes.
New Union Ad Targets Top GOP Leaders In Budget BattleA state employee union has taken aim at two top Republican lawmakers in a new TV ad that urges the General Assembly to impose higher taxes on Connecticut's wealthy citizens and corporations.
Tribes, Governor Sign Changes To Compact Allowing New CasinoIt's now up to the General Assembly and the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs to approve an agreement that could lead to a new satellite tribal casino in Connecticut.
Police Profiling Study Looks At Problem Patterns In 9 townsA study of racial profiling by Connecticut police has taken closer look at nine departments previously identified as having an issue with pulling over a disproportionately large number of minorities.
Wethersfield Man Gets Prison For Defrauding Investors Out Of $874KA Connecticut man will spend almost four years in prison for operating an investment scheme that defrauded people of more than $874,000.