Malloy Offers Scaled Back Budget Amid Revenue SlumpGov. Dannel P. Malloy unveiled a revised $19.8 billion state budget on Wednesday that cuts spending and potentially reduces the state's workforce by several thousand positions in order to meet the ``new economic reality'' the state faces.
State Deficit Pegged At Just Over $7 MillionTwo days before Governor Dannel Malloy unveils his budget proposal for the coming fiscal year, the state's comptroller is out with a revised deficit figure.
Connecticut To Lend Hand In Snow RemovalGov. Dannel Malloy says the state will send Department of Transportation crews and equipment to help in the snow removal effort in Washington, DC and Maryland.
Governor Malloy Announces AppointmentsGovernor Dannel Malloy has tapped acting Department of Labor Commissioner Dennis Murphy to head up the beleagured Department of Motor Vehicles.
State DMV Commissioner OutConnecticut Department of Motor Vehicles Commissioner Andres Ayala Jr. is stepping down following various problems with a computer system upgrade.
State To Train Prison Guards As Parole Officers
Malloy Activates Cold Weather ProtocolGovernor Dannel Malloy has activated Connecticut's Severe Cold Weather Protocol.
GE Postponing Whether To Move Connecticut HeadquartersGeneral Electric Co. says it is postponing a decision until next month about whether it will move its headquarters from Fairfield.
State Senate Passes Transportation Lock BoxConnecticut legislators are back at the Capitol for a special session, trying to fix projected state budget deficits, revamp some business taxes and protect transportation revenues from being used for other purposes.
Malloy Tapped To Head Governors AssociationGovernor Dannel Malloy has been elected to serve as chairman of the Democratic Governors Association.
Malloy Wants Guns Denied To Those On Terror Watch ListConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is calling on top congressional leaders to pass legislation that would prohibit the sale of firearms and explosives to anyone suspected by the federal government of being a terrorist.
GE: State Presence Assured Despite Search For New HDQ SiteGeneral Electric Co. Chief Executive Jeff Immelt says the conglomerate will ``always have a big presence in Connecticut,'' though he confirmed the company is still looking for a new headquarters site.