March For Science Events Held In Hartford, New HavenMarch for Science rallies in Hartford and New Haven have drawn hundreds of people with colorful signs with colorful sayings promoting the importance of research and bashing the dangers of political interference.
Lawmakers Want Info On Tick-Borne Diseases
Relatives Of Group Home Residents Speak Out Against Privatization, LayoffsRelatives of some of Connecticut's most vulnerable residents are again speaking out against plans to privatize state group homes and the potential for more state employee layoffs.
Malloy Administration Warns Of LayoffsThe Malloy administration warned of nearly 1,100 state worker layoffs next month if the administration and state employee unions fail to reach an agreement on concessions to help ease red ink in the state budget.
Malloy Names New Commissioner For Office Of Early ChildhoodGovernor Dannel Malloy has named David Wilkinson to head the Office of Early Childhood.
Anti-Trump Mental Health Professionals Convene At YaleA group of mental health professionals that believe President Donald Trump is mentally unfit to be president is convening at Yale despite criticism from both Trump supporters and professionals working in their field.
Panel To Review Ganim's Eligibility For Election GrantsState elections staff members have until June 21 to determine whether Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim can participate in Connecticut's public financing program for statewide campaigns, given his past felony convictions for corruption.
President Trump Plans Visit To ConnecticutThe White House has announced President Donald Trump's first visit to Connecticut as commander-in-chief.
New Town Manager For West HartfordThis summer, West Hartford will have a new town manager.
Consumer Protection Commissioner Steps DownJonathan Harris considered a possible democratic gubernatorial candidate in 2018
Registration Deadline For Special Elections ApproachingTime is running out for people to register to vote in Connecticut's latest special election.
Casino Proposal To Be Heard MondayLawmakers will hear about a proposal that could lead to someone else developing a new Connecticut casino besides the federally recognized tribes.