Report: Tens Of Thousands Disregarding State Gun Registration LawState officials have found that tens of thousands of state residents are flouting a gun law that required those in possession of military-style rifles to register them with the state police.
Voter Registration Deadline Tuesday
Gun Rights Advocates On Hand For Capitol VoteHundreds of gun rights advocates are gathering at the statehouse in Hartford ahead of a vote in the General Assembly on proposed gun-control legislation.
West Hartford Moves To Shorten Lines At PollsSome West Hartford voters described lines of half an hour and longer at their polling places Tuesday morning, and some speculated it might have to do with a reduced number of polling places.
Consumers May Be Driving Cars Without Proper PaperworkThe Department of Motor Vehicles says some people who bought cars in the last six months may be driving around without valid titles and registrations.
DMV Computer Changes Will Allow Longer Vanity PlatesUntil now, in Connecticut, vanity license plates have been limited to six characters. So if you wanted "HuskyFan" or "ILoveYou" (each with eight characters) you were out of luck. Now that's going to change.
Crackdown On Unregistered Out-Of-State BusinessesAn effort to find out-of-state companies operating illegally in Connecticut has netted $1.3 million in fines.
Auditors Review "Plate-gate" ComplaintThe state's Auditors of Public Accounts are reviewing a whistleblower complaint about a top aide to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy who released federally and state-protected license plate numbers to a columnist.
State Probe Clears Community Organizer Group ACORNState investigators have cleared ACORN of allegations of voter fraud brought by Republican registrars in Bridgeport and Stamford.