Protesters Arrested For Refusing To Leave Malloy's OfficeFive Connecticut residents are facing trespassing charges after refusing to leave Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's state Capitol office.
Lawsuit In Disabled Daughter's Fiery Death Heads To Trial
Panel To Discuss Effect Of Budget Cuts On DisabledParents, clients and advocates for people with disabilities are discussing the effects of nearly $40 million in proposed cuts to state services for the developmentally disabled.
Bus Driver Sentenced To Eight Years In Assault Of Developmentally Disabled Woman A Norwalk bus driver has been sentenced to eight years in prison for sexually assaulting a developmentally disabled woman.
Report: Dual System For Connecticut's Disabled Is CostlyA final legislative report comparing the costs of public and private services for the disabled says Connecticut's dual system is very costly and recommends eventually shifting to a fully private system.
Some Call Malloy Holiday Message "Insulting"Some members of Connecticut's disabled community say they are offended by Gov. Dannel Malloy's Thanksgiving message, which describes them as ``residents afflicted with handicaps.''
Federal Judge Signs Order on Southbury Training School Settlement