State, Advocates Broker Child Welfare AgreementThe state and child advocates appear closer to a plan to streamline the system and remove the Department of Children and Families from court oversight.
Mother Of Boy Thrown From Bridge Plans To Sue StateThe mother of a 7-month-old baby whose father is charged with throwing him to his death from a Connecticut bridge is planning to sue the state.
Teen Forced To Undergo Cancer Treatment Suffers SetbackA Connecticut teenager who was forced by the courts to undergo chemotherapy for her cancer says a new mass has been found in her lungs.
Glastonbury Daycare Worker, Director Face ChargesGlastonbury police are charging a woman in an investigation into reported child abuse at a daycare center in town.
3 'Safe Haven' Babies Left At Connecticut HospitalsConnecticut officials say three babies were brought to hospital emergency rooms and left behind by their parents in a span of six weeks earlier this year.
South Windsor Police Charge Woman With Risk Of InjurySouth Windsor police have charged a woman who they say was the subject of a 2015 Department of Children and Families investigation.
Couple Charged With Abuse Was Cleared To AdoptA Connecticut couple charged with abusing their five adopted children by making them stand and read in the bathroom for long periods of time had passed background checks before they were cleared by state child welfare officials to adopt.
Waterbury Woman Charged In Fatal Stabbing Of Her Husband Police have arrested a New Haven County woman in connection with the fatal stabbing of her husband.
Search For Missing Milford TeenPolice in Milford are investigating the disappearance of a teenager in the care of the state Department of Children and Families.
Hartford Mom Accused Of Leaving Child AloneHartford police are charging a woman after they say her 4-year-old daughter was found wandering outside alone Tuesday.
Probe: Unlawful Isolation At Connecticut Juvenile PrisonsAn investigation by the Connecticut child advocate has found that boys and girls in state detention facilities were subjected to unlawful and repeated isolation while officials didn't adequately prevent or respond to suicide attempts and self-inflicted injuries.
Connecticut Supreme Court Upholds Firing Of DCF Worker