Former Manchester State Representative DiesServed for 13 terms in the house
Ice Storm Drill SetConnecticut officials say they will conduct a two-day emergency preparedness drill designed to simulate a major ice storm.
Final Lap Of Campaign 2016We're in the homestretch of Campaign 2016 and if Donald Trump has any hope of winning the White House on November 8, he probably has to reach out to those who have abandoned his campaign for any number of reasons.
PAC Pulls Ad Linking Home Invasion Survivor To Trump, Attacks On WomenThe survivor of the 2007 Cheshire home invasion that left his wife and daughters dead says he's considering a lawsuit over a political advertisement linking him to "attacks on women and families.''
Uber Delivers Flu Shot To MayorUber delivered a flu shot to Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin Tuesday.
Kaine Lunches In CTDemocratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine stopped in Connecticut for lunch today.
Blumenthal Wants Women's Golf Open Moved From Trump CourseThree Democratic U.S. senators are increasing the pressure on the U.S. Golf Association to move next year's women's open away from a New Jersey course owned by Donald Trump.
Former Lawmaker Sentenced In Mortgage Fraud SchemeA former Democratic state representative from Waterbury has been sentenced to a year of probation and a fine of $1,000 for conspiring with others to commit bank fraud.
Murphy: Mental Health Discrimination 'Rampant'Even though the law requires insurers to treat mental health issues just like physical ones, Connecticut Democratic U.S. Senator Chris Murphy says discrimination is still "rampant."
Blumenthal, Carter Battle Over Gun Control, Health Care LawDemocratic U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal and Republican challenger Dan Carter took each other to task on issues that included gun control and the federal health care law in an hourlong debate.
Republicans Again Seek To Win Control Of Connecticut SenateConnecticut Republicans again have their sights on winning control of the Senate.
Merrill Contends Connecticut Elections Run Freely And FairlyConnecticut Secretary of the State Denise Merrill is trying to assure voters that the November election will be administered "as freely and fairly as possible" and any claims to the contrary are "irresponsible."