U.S. Education Secretary Visits Hartford TodayU.S. Secretary of Education John King, Jr. will be in Hartford today.
3 Malloy Aides Leaving AdministrationThree top members of Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's staff are leaving the administration.
Malloy Addresses DNCConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is touting the accomplishments of Democratic governors at the party's national convention in Philadelphia.
Budget Deficit GrowsConnecticut's current fiscal year is now expected to end June 30 with a larger-than-expected budget deficit.
Zika Awareness Campaign Underway At BradleyConnecticut officials have kicked off a Zika virus awareness campaign at Bradley International Airport.
Malloy Holds Signing Ceremony For Restraining Order Gun BillGovernor Dannel P. Malloy held a ceremonial bill signing Friday for legislation that bars people with temporary restraining orders against them from possessing firearms.
New England Governors Discuss Opioid Addiction CrisisNew England governors are coming together to discuss ways to confront the opioid addiction crisis.
COST: State Budget Cuts Will Hit TownsThe state budget signed into law by Governor Dannel maloy includes a cut in aid to local cities and towns.
Hartford's XL Center Overdue For Several UpgradesThe Capitol Region Development Authority says Hartford's XL Center is long overdue for several improvements that will likely be made in piecemeal after no state money was made available for a major overhaul.
Malloy Orders Flags To Half-Staff For Officers Memorial DayDemocratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is ordering all state and U.S. flags lowered to half-staff in Connecticut in recognition of Peace Officers Memorial Day.
Malloy: It's "Unimaginable" He'll Sign Democratic BudgetConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says it is``unimaginable'' he would sign a budget passed by the Democratic controlled legislature that wasn't negotiated with his office.
New Budget Proposal Released By MalloyConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is calling on non-union state employees and elected officials to pay 20 percent of their health care benefits as part of his revised plan to cover next fiscal year's entire deficit, which has grown to as much as $933 million.