New Laws On Sexting, Hate Crimes Take Effect On SundayNew laws taking effect in Connecticut will reduce penalties for ``sexting'' by children; increase sentences for certain hate crimes and impose new fines for calling police or fire departments to false alarms.
Opponents Of Health Care Law Repeal Rally At State CapitolRally-goers celebrated the U.S. Senate's failure to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
Lack Of State Budget Brings Uncertainty To Cities, TownsWith Connecticut's state budget in limbo, many cities and towns have blindly set their local tax rates for the new fiscal year beginning July 1, hoping they won't need to send out refunds or supplemental property tax bills.
Protestors ArrestedPolice say activists attempted to disrupt the legislature to voice their concerns about the state budget
Abortion Issue To Be Raised At Connecticut Statehouse
Therapy Dogs Provide Comfort At State CapitolIt was "Animal Therapy Day" at the State Capitol Tuesday.
Connecticut Panel Mulls Tax On Fantasy Sports, Other ChangesConnecticut lawmakers are considering a new tax on fantasy sports to help balance the state's deficit-plagued budget.
Family-Friendly Travel Guide To Hershey, PennsylvaniaFamily friendly guide to the "Sweetest Place on Earth," Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Officials To Take Ride Aboard CTFastrak Bus
Child Briefly Trapped In Legislative Office Building RailingA young child was briefly stuck in a railing at the Legislative Office Building atrium this morning.
Bonding Bill Clears State Senate
Tighter Security, Including Metal Detectors, Being Installed At Capitol, LOB Metal detectors and package scanners will be installed at the State Capitol and Legislative Office Building.