Plan To Build Public Pool Makes Waves In Wealthy Connecticut TownThe latest plan to build the first public pool in the wealthy Connecticut town of Darien is making waves.
Suit: Connecticut Liquor Laws Unfair To ConsumersA federal lawsuit is challenging Connecticut's liquor laws, alleging that outdated regulations force consumers to pay more for their liquor and beer.
Connecticut To Roll Out New Metro-North Mobile Ticketing App Connecticut Metro-North commuters on the New Haven Line will soon be able to purchase rail tickets with a new smartphone app.
Connecticut To Replace Elevated Double-Decker Highway Over WaterburyPlans are underway to eventually replace one of the most heavily traveled elevated intersections in Connecticut.
Tri-State Area Utilities Work To Meet High Power Demands During Extreme HeatAs sauna-like conditions continue for another day across the Tri-State area, utility companies are telling customers they're prepared to meet the higher demand for electricity.
Homes, Businesses Without Water Pressure After Main Break In GreenwichA water main break caused about 1,000 customers of Aquarion Water in Greenwich to lose their water pressure early Monday morning.
3 Arrested For Selling Dramatically Overpriced Heroin To Affluent Teens In ConnecticutBridgeport police arrested three people who are accused of routinely marking up the price of heroin and selling it to teens in affluent lower Fairfield County neighborhoods.
New Conn. Voter Registration Hopes To Curb Long DMV LinesConnecticut officials are rolling out a new way for residents to register to vote in efforts to curb long lines at the DMV office.
New Haven Police Chief On Leave After Disturbance At RestaurantA Connecticut police chief is temporarily off the job following a recent outburst at a restaurant.
Conn. Boarding School Faces 3rd Sexual Abuse Suit In Two YearsFor the third time in less than two years, a former student has filed a federal lawsuit alleging sexual abuse at the Indian Mountain School in Lakeville, Connecticut.
New Sandy Hook Elementary School To Open Nearly 4 Years After Mass ShootingNewtown is preparing to open a new Sandy Hook Elementary School to the public on Friday, nearly four years after 20 children and six educators were killed in a mass shooting.
Connecticut Day Care Owner Drops Fight To Keep License After Baby DeathState officials suspended Nydia Carrillo's license a few days after 2-month-old Bella Redondo of New Canaan developed trouble breathing and died hours later at Stamford Hospital on July 12.