Gov. Dannel Malloy believes the state is now well poised to recover some of the growth lost in the so-called “Great Recession.”
A bill being considered in Hartford calls for fines of $1 an hour for every worker on the job who’s earning less than $15.
Schumer, D-N.Y., and Blumenthal, D-Conn., said Sunday delays are unacceptable for adding the communications and signaling system called Positive Train Control.
No one was injured when a charter bus taking UConn students on an outing to Boston caught fire on a ramp to the Massachusetts Turnpike.
The National Weather Service has issued a fire warning for the New York City area because of dry brush and gusty winds.
Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton is watching the situation at the capital carefully. He said cuts by the state could have a dramatic impact locally.
Tim McGraw is defending his decision to headline a Connecticut concert to benefit a Sandy Hook group, responding to critics who call it a gun control fundraiser.
The Anthem data breach last February has customers concerned their stolen info may be used, or may have been used, to file fraudulent tax returns.
ESPN reporter Britt McHenry has been suspended for a week, days after she was caught on a viral video berating a parking lot attendant.
Beech-Nut Nutrition on Wednesday announced a recall of more than 1,900 pounds of baby food products, over concerns that small pieces of glass might have found their way into the jars.
On Tuesday, the Pentagon announced it would exhume and attempt to identify the remains of 388 sailors and Marines who were buried as unknowns after the war.
Expect traffic delays around the Stamford Transportation Center Tuesday morning as a garage with hundreds of parking spaces was suddenly closed Monday.
A transportation official says railroad maintenance crews get little or no supervision and fail to document their work on the commuter line where six people died in a fiery crash in February.
Jose Salgado, 57, and his wife were working in their store, Sapiao’s Grocery at 351 Lexington Ave., when two armed men came in at about 3 p.m. Saturday and demanded money, police said.
Powdered alcohol is a tragedy waiting to happen, said Sen. Richard Blumenthal who is outraged that a federal agency has approved the controversial new product for sale in liquor stores.