8 Mumps Cases Confirmed At Sacred Heart UniversityThere have been 17 probable cases, and eight confirmed mumps cases on the Fairfield campus since an outbreak in late March, according to school officials. The students have all fully recovered.
Malloy: Signing Democratic Budget 'Unimaginable' Without NegotiationThe Democrat predicted Thursday he will veto whatever the General Assembly passes before the session ends May 4.
Connecticut Primary Could Impact Delegate Count For Underdog Candidates Connecticut, one of five states voting on Tuesday, could have an impact on the delegate count for so-called underdog candidates.
Connecticut Emergency Drill Tests Response To Possible Anthrax AttackSix cities and towns across Connecticut will hold emergency drills Thursday. The exercise focuses on the response to a possible anthrax attack.
Connecticut Lawmakers Pushing To Give Minors Access To Medical MarijuanaShould chronic and terminally ill young people, 18 and under, be allowed medical use of marijuana?
John Kasich Holds Town Hall In Connecticut As Anti-Trump Ads Heat UpKasich remains in the race though he has won only his home state of Ohio so far.
Connecticut Gov. Malloy To Receive JFK Profile In Courage AwardConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has been named the recipient of this year's John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award for his support of the resettlement of Syrian refugees in the United States after the Paris attacks.
Connecticut Urges Parents To Fight Childhood ObesityA call for action on childhood obesity has been launched in Connecticut.
New Metro-North Timetables Aim To Improve Peak PerformanceMetro-North Railroad is taking steps to shorten train rides with new timetables coming out this weekend.
Connecticut Lawmakers Wrangle Budget As $900M Deficit LoomsConnecticut is expected to face a $900 million deficit in the new fiscal year, which begins on July 1.
Connecticut Considering Reducing Aid To Cities, Towns Amid Budget ConcernsThe state of Connecticut is in its own budget jam and considering reducing aid to towns and cities.
Ex-Connecticut Governor Heads Back To Court To Fight Campaign Fraud ConvictionJohn Rowland spent nearly a year in prison for accepting bribes from state contractors, but now he's out on bond appealing his second conviction on election fraud, conspiracy and obstruction of justice

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