Advocates of tougher measures on gun control are kicking off a third annual bike ride from Newtown to Washington.
A 76-year-old Stamford woman who police say was severely beaten by her son has died.
A Connecticut man accused of sexually abusing two girls at a Long Island music school where he taught has pleaded not guilty.
Norwalk, which engaged in a lengthy dispute over plans for a mosque, has been asked by the Department of Justice to review regulations related to religious institutions.
Officer Kenneth Bateman, 34, was killed May 31, 1981, while responding to a burglary at a fast food restaurant.
Gary Castonguay is serving a 25 years to life prison term for gunning down Plainville police Officer Robert Holcomb while fleeing from a burglary in 1977.
Local lawmakers, especially in Fairfield County, cried out loudly in opposition to the idea of the state overstepping home rule and erecting buildings that might conflict with local planning and zoning.
The 2-acre lot where the 3,100-square-foot house once stood in a leafy, suburban neighborhood will be left as open space under a plan approved by town officials.
Consumers are often tempted to opt for variable rates with electric utility companies, hoping to lower their bills.
With massive state budget deficits projected over the next several years, state Senate President Martin Looney is immersing himself in ways to deal with the challenges.
Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch said the candidates are from varied backgrounds, which was one of the goals in the effort that saw city officials working closely with communities.
Starbucks spokesman Jim Olson said the chain’s initiative will continue more broadly without the handwritten messages.
Connecticut lawmakers are considering whether to create a new commission that would devise ways to increase physical activity among students.
A Connecticut woman prosecutors said was high on drugs and alcohol has been sentenced to the maximum 10 years for the hit-and-run death of a police officer’s 70-year-old mother.
Snow fell across the Tri-State Area all day Friday, causing travel delays and leaving people fit to be tied on the first day of spring.