Conn. Lawmakers Consider Bringing Back Highway Tolls To Pay For Road RepairsGovernor Dannel Molloy wants to spend $100 billion over 30 years on infrastructure, and is exploring all options to help cover the costs.
Connecticut Gov. Malloy Now Says He Will Attend Trump's InaugurationConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Tuesday that he will accept the invitation to attend the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump.
Connecticut Sens. Blumenthal, Murphy To Attend Trump's Inauguration 'Out Of Respect For Peaceful Transition Of Power'Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy said they're willing to work with Trump, however, both said the president-elect's recent comments and cabinet picks have been disheartening.
Connecticut Kid Governor Sworn Into OfficeThis marks the second Kid Governor, a statewide civics program created by the Connecticut Public Affairs Network for fifth graders. Each school enters one student candidate into a statewide election that other fifth graders vote in.
Parents To Settle $7.5M Lawsuit Against Conn. School District Over 15-Year-Old Son's SuicideBartlomiej "Bart'' Palosz fatally shot himself in the head at his home after the first day of his sophomore year at Greenwich High School in August 2013.
Connecticut Lawmaker Proposes Legalization Of Recreational MarijuanaConn. Senator Martin Looney says approving recreational marijuana sales could generate up to $50 million in tax revenue annually for the state.
Rescuers Save Deer Trapped On Frozen Connecticut RiverThe state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection says coyotes chased the deer onto the thin ice covering the Farmington River.
91-Year-Old Gay Veteran's Discharge Retroactively Changed To 'Honorable'After waiting for 70 years, a gay veteran from Norwalk, Connecticut is finally getting the recognition he deserves.
Blast Of Arctic Air Puts Tri-State Area In Deep FreezeTemperatures in the teens and single digits in some spots meant a slippery morning commute.
Frigid Cold, Icy Conditions Remain As Tri-State Digs Out Of Winter StormThe storm that swept through the area Saturday had moved south and east away from the shore as of Sunday morning, leaving residents to dig out in below-freezing conditions.
More Snow On The Way After Wintry Weather Makes Roads Slick Across Tri-State AreaThe National Weather Service says residents of the New York City area and New Jersey got 1 to 3 inches of snow.
Greenwich Hospital Sued By Couple Whose Newborn DiedThe suit filed in Stamford Superior Court by Lauren Sorgen and her husband, Grant Gulyassy, said "failure to institute appropriate policies and procedures'' led to the death of Myriam Grace Gulyassy in June 2015.

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