- Bill linking restraining orders to gun ban is resurrected Updated: Feb-06-16 9:03 am
HARTFORD, Connecticut - Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is reviving legislation that would bar people under a temporary restraining order from possessing firearms.
- Malloy wants responders to have overdose reversal drug Updated: Feb-05-16 2:00 pm
HARTFORD, Connecticut - Gov. Dannel P. Malloy wants Connecticut cities and towns to ensure emergency responders are equipped with overdose reversal drugs and trained to administer the medication.
- Gov. Malloy warns Connecticut needs major budget changes Updated: Feb-03-16 3:32 pm
HARTFORD, Connecticut - Gov. Dannel P. Malloy issued a somber warning to state lawmakers on Wednesday, cautioning that Connecticut's budget is not sustainable and that changes must be made to how the state crafts its budget to meet a "new economic reality" of shrinking revenues.
- The Latest: Unions warn against possible cuts to state jobs Updated: Feb-03-16 3:28 pm
HARTFORD, Connecticut - The Latest on the opening day of the Connecticut General Assembly (all times local):
- Bill adding historic Wright Flyer to Ohio seal to be heard Updated: Jan-27-16 1:45 pm
COLUMBUS, Ohio - A proposal to add the historic Wright Flyer to Ohio's state seal is getting its first airing.
- Task force to decide on law banning smoking in cars Updated: Jan-24-16 11:01 am
HARTFORD, Connecticut - A legislative task force is expected to decide whether to recommend that Connecticut lawmakers vote to ban smoking in vehicles when a child is inside.
- Correction: Brain-Injured Senator story Updated: Jan-21-16 10:02 am
HARTFORD, Connecticut - In a story Jan. 20 about a car crash involving a Connecticut state senator, The Associated Press erroneously reported the date of the crash. It happened Jan. 14, not Dec. 14.
- Connecticut lawmakers mull more state aid for police cameras Updated: Jan-17-16 11:54 am
HARTFORD, Connecticut - Connecticut legislators expect to revisit a law passed last year to encourage municipal police departments to equip officers with body cameras, after some police chiefs expressed concern over what they call the huge cost of storing camera recordings.
- Connecticut state senator hospitalized in one-vehicle crash Updated: Jan-15-16 1:53 am
WATERFORD, Connecticut - A Connecticut state senator has been hospitalized following a one-vehicle crash.
- Opinions mixed about what GE move means for Connecticut Updated: Jan-14-16 2:31 pm
HARTFORD, Connecticut - Criticism of Connecticut's business climate and policies came swiftly following the news that corporate giant General Electric would be moving its headquarters from suburban Fairfield to Boston.
- General Electric to move headquarters to Boston Updated: Jan-13-16 5:36 pm
HARTFORD, Connecticut - General Electric announced Wednesday it will move its headquarters to Boston, leaving the sprawling suburban Connecticut campus it has called home over the past four decades for a technology-rich city it says better fits its ambitions as an innovation leader.