- Hundreds in Connecticut jailed on bonds of less than $20k Updated: Aug-30-15 8:52 am
HARTFORD, Connecticut - More than 500 people are behind bars in Connecticut on bonds of $20,000 or less.
- Plans for expanded state park face local criticism Updated: Aug-29-15 9:42 am
HARTFORD, Connecticut - State officials are expecting to hear some local criticism when they unveil plans next month to improve the Silver Sands State Park in Milford.
- Feds: Connecticut ended chronic homelessness among veterans Updated: Aug-27-15 5:32 pm
NEWINGTON, Connecticut - The federal government has declared Connecticut the first state in the country to end chronic homelessness among veterans, officials announced Thursday.
- Connecticut's Malloy campaigns in New Hampshire for Clinton Updated: Aug-24-15 4:56 pm
HARTFORD, Connecticut - Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is campaigning in New Hampshire for two days on behalf of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
- Markell to discuss economic issues at conference Updated: Aug-17-15 4:02 am
WILMINGTON, Delaware - Gov. Jack Markell is joining Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy for a discussion on how to boost the economies of East Coast states.
- State's charter school enrollment grows as new rules are set Updated: Aug-08-15 9:13 am
HARTFORD, Connecticut - The state Board of Education has approved more than 1,000 additional charter school seats for the coming school year, a 12 percent increase as a new education law takes effect changing the rules governing the alternative schools.
- Connecticut labor department to cut 95 jobs by Oct. 1 Updated: Aug-05-15 3:07 pm
HARTFORD, Connecticut - Workers at Connecticut Department of Labor job centers and other agency offices were issued layoff notices Wednesday because of a drop in federal funding that's tied to the state's improving unemployment rate.
- MGM Resorts files lawsuit against Connecticut officials Updated: Aug-04-15 4:11 pm
HARTFORD, Connecticut - Casino developer MGM Resorts International filed a lawsuit Tuesday against several top state officials, including Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, saying a law he signed that could lead to a third tribal casino in the state is unconstitutional because it gives two tribes preferential treatment.
- Track construction begins on New Haven-Springfield rail line Updated: Aug-03-15 9:10 pm
HARTFORD, Connecticut - Construction of a second track for the expanded rail line from New Haven to Springfield, Massachusetts, began Monday, and commuters will be bused along the route for the next year.