Hartford Council Authorizes Mayor To Seek State OversightHartford's city council has approved a proposal to apply for state oversight in exchange for tens of millions of dollars needed to help the city balance its budget.
Malloy's Budget Chief Defends Hiring At Regulatory AgencyConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's budget director is defending the Democratic administration's decision to fill several open jobs at the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority.
Malloy, Lawmakers To Meet On How To Fix Budget DeficitLegislative leaders are planning to meet with Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to discuss how to handle a growing deficit in Connecticut's budget.
Sound Off CT: North Korea's Missile TestAnd Don Pesci, Red Notes from a Blue State, talks about state budget talks and residents leaving Connecticut.
Arena, State Park Among Projects Receiving State FundingFunding for major improvements to Hartford's XL Center and contentious improvements to a Milford state park were among a host of projects to receive long-awaited state capital funds on Wednesday.
Ray Dunaway: The Next Budget MeetingLen Fasano, Senate Republican President Pro Tempore, provides a preview of Wednesday's budget meeting with legislative leaders.
Herbst Outlines Effects Of State Budget On UConnUniversity of Connecticut President Susan Herbst says the school takes a $143 million hit over two years, under the state budget signed by Governor Dannel Malloy on Tuesday.
Malloy Signs State Budget Bill
Connecticut House Debates Compromise Budget DealThe Connecticut House of Representatives has begun debating an ``historic'' bipartisan compromise budget bill, hours after it overwhelmingly passed the Senate.
Senate Scheduled To Vote On Compromise State Budget ProposalThe Connecticut Senate is scheduled to vote on a bipartisan, compromise state budget agreement, possibly moving closer toward ending a months-long budget impasse.
State Budget Impasse Blamed For Loss Of 7,900 JobsThere's growing concern that Connecticut's economy already has taken a hit from the protracted state budget impasse, which legislators hope they're close to finally ending in the coming days.
Malloy: No Budget Document, No MeetingGov. Dannel P. Malloy says he won't meet with legislative leaders to discuss their tentative budget framework until they have a document for him to review.

More From CBS Connecticut

CBS Hartford 4 Charity
Storm Center: Latest School Closings
At The Box Office

Listen Live