Report: Connecticut Tourism Industry GrowingA new state report finds Connecticut's tourism industry is employing more and more people.
Casino Gaming Proposals Face Public HearingThe General Assembly's Public Safety and Security Committee holds a public hearing Thursday on a pair of proposals that would expand casino gaming in Connecticut.
Malloy Unveils Revised Juvenile Justice Reform PackagePreventing Connecticut's adult prisons from becoming crime schools for the young. Governor Dannel Malloy says that's the of objective of a revised juvenile justice reform package unveiled in Hartford Wednesday.
Teamsters Approve Sikorsky Deal
Malloy: Connecticut Sees Decline In Number Of Young InmatesStatistics released by Gov. Dannel Malloy show that Connecticut has decreased its number of prison inmates aged 18 to 21 years old by 54 percent over the last seven years.
Connecticut Awarded Federal Funding To Battle Opioid CrisisGov. Dannel Malloy and members of Connecticut's Congressional delegation have announced the state will receive more than $5 million in federal funding to battle opioid addiction.
Connecticut To Expand Zika TestingGov. Dannel Malloy updated the state's efforts to prevent the spread of the Zika virus.
Connecticut's High School Graduation Rate Hits Record HighConnecticut's high school graduation rate reached a record high of 87.2 percent last year, according to state officials.
Malloy Kicks Off Annual Summer Reading ChallengeGov. Dannel P. Malloy is urging Connecticut students to spend the summer with a good book.
Malloy To Release Revised BudgetConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is expected to unveil a new plan to cover next fiscal year's entire deficit, which has grown to as much as $933 million.
Planting Seeds Of Change In HartfordGovernor Dannel Malloy visited KNOX Inc. in Hartford on Thursday to highlight his "Second Chance 2.0" initiatives to give ex-offenders the tools they need to become productive members of society.
Officials: Connecticut Is Most Expensive Place To Die In AmericaCourt officials say Connecticut is now the most expensive place to die in the U.S. — at least for the wealthy — because of hefty new fees for settling estates.