The Tri-State area is in a deep freeze after record setting cold moved in Friday morning.
A woman claims that she lost ownership of half of her house in an interstate property-tax dispute.
Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy is proposing legislation that would encourage states to warn parents of the health risks from not immunizing their children.
Mayor’s Night Out is a tradition in Stamford, Conn., when the mayor travels around the city to speak with residents personally.
Tesla would like to open a corporate store in Connecticut. But Jim Fleming, the head of the Connecticut Automotive Retailers Association, said consumers would be better off if franchise dealers were allowed to sell the Teslas.
A man who made threatening phone calls to Newtown residents in the days following the 2012 school shooting has been sentenced to a year in prison.
Some of the recommendations, especially those focusing on gun control, were included in an interim report in 2013 that called for ensuring classroom doors can be locked from the inside and limits on ammunition purchases.
State Transportation Commissioner James Redeker has cautioned legislators against replacing Metro-North Railroad as the operator of the New Haven line linking Connecticut to New York City.
Tickets in North Carolina, Puerto Rico and Texas have matched all six numbers to split a $564.1 million Powerball jackpot, lottery officials said Thursday.
Haiti has begun what officials said was the first TV advertising campaign aimed at encouraging Americans to vacation in the poor Caribbean country.
Cindy Robinson, the lawyer representing the plaintiffs, said there are now five lawsuits pending against Martinez.
Republican legislators are proposing a 30-year, $37.4 billion plan to pay for a proposed overhaul of Connecticut’s transportation system without resurrecting tolls.
The family of a teacher killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Newtown, Connecticut has applied to trademark her name — in an attempt to stop others from misusing it on social media.
Under a bill before the General Assembly’s Transportation Committee, people found driving with a pet on their lap would be charged with distracted driving.
Because of strong sales, lottery officials Tuesday raised the estimated jackpot from $450 million to $485 million.