Family Finds Grandmother Reviewed Every Book She Read In Secret CodeThe family of a 96-year-old in Connecticut has found a hidden treasure trove dedicated to every book the grandmother ever read.
Man To Be Sentenced In $3M Pita Bakery Financing SchemeA former Connecticut resident is facing sentencing for a fraudulent scheme to get more than $3 million in financing for a purported pita bread bakery.
Non-Essential State Workers To Be Sent Home Starting At NoonWith more than a foot of snow predicted in parts of Connecticut from the latest Nor'easter to affect the state, Governor Dannel Malloy is releasing non-essential state workers early.
Small Store Owners Opposing Malloy's Liquor Law ProposalsHundreds of family liquor store owners are gathering at the Legislative Office Building to oppose Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's latest proposal to revamp state liquor laws.
Lottery Headquarters Flags Lowered 20 Years After ShootingsU.S. and state flags outside the Connecticut Lottery headquarters are at half-staff on the 20th anniversary of the killings of four lottery executives.
Tesla Making Another Pitch To Sell Cars In ConnecticutA public hearing on the matter will take place on Monday hosted by the Transportation Committee.
Committee Recommends Tax Changes, Tolls For ConnecticutAn advisory committee charged with finding long-term solutions to Connecticut's fiscal problems is out with a package of recommendations, including major changes to the state's tax code.
Lawmakers Urged To Help Puerto Ricans Living In ConnecticutActivists and Puerto Rican families displaced by Hurricane Maria are urging Connecticut lawmakers to help the thousands of people who've sought refuge in the state after last year's devastating storm.
Connecticut Man Gets 14 Years For Sex Trafficking TeenA Connecticut man has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for sex trafficking a 15-year-old girl.
Connecticut Officials Unveil New Opioid Awareness CampaignConnecticut officials are launching a statewide public awareness campaign to help link health care providers, pharmacists and others with the resources they need to address the state's opioid abuse problem.
First Black Female Lawmaker Nominated To State Hall of FameThe late Margaret E. Morton will be nominated.
Parents Sue Over Racial Quotas At Magnet SchoolsSeven black and Hispanic families have filed a civil rights lawsuit against Connecticut and Hartford officials challenging race-based student quotas at city magnet schools.