State Removing Inmate Health Care From UConn HealthConnecticut officials are transferring health care services for prison inmates from UConn Health to the Correction Department amid concerns over prisoner deaths and other problems.
Escaped Inmate's Tattoo: Time Waits For No OneConnecticut prison officials say an inmate who escaped from a medium security prison this weekend has a tattoo on his neck that reads, "Time Waits For No One."
Ride-Hailing Rules Among New Laws In ConnecticutRules for ride-hailing services and conditions for selling event tickets are among a host of new laws set to take effect in Connecticut with the new year. Here's more highlights of legislation about to become law in the state.
Ex-Inmate Files $7.5M Medical Neglect ClaimA former inmate who suffered a brain injury while jailed has filed a medical-neglect claim against the Connecticut Department of Correction.
Malloy: More Than 1,000 State Workers To Lose JobsGov. Dannel P. Malloy says more than 1,000 state workers will be facing layoffs as Connecticut wrestles with a budget deficit.
Earned Credit Program For Inmates ChangingCredits to be tied to security risk level
State To Train Prison Guards As Parole Officers
Governor Selects Correction Commissioner
Condemned Inmate On Food Strike Over Kosher DietA Connecticut inmate awaiting execution for his role in the killings of a woman and her two daughters says he is refusing to eat prison food that he believes is not kosher.
Man Who Admitted Killing Mother Attempted Suicide
Malloy Taps New Correction Commissioner
CAFCA Briefed On NEON Matter