“I’ll let the people who write the history decide where I fit in,” Geno Auriemma said after leading UConn’s women to a third straight championship Tuesday night.
The report singles out five agencies for having “statistically significant” racial or ethnic disparities in their data and says further investigation is warranted.
The Powassan virus has symptoms that are similar to those of Lyme disease, including headache, nausea and fever.
Proponents of the idea like the idea that the private contractors who lease highways would not only collect tolls, but also maintain the highways. The downside, state Rep. Gail Lavielle believes, would be inevitable toll hikes.
Recently, several parents and their young children testified before lawmakers in Hartford on the need to eliminate the 18-year-old age restriction.
A 76-year-old Stamford woman who police say was severely beaten by her son has died.
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.
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.
The top prosecutor in Connecticut plans to tell state lawmakers that steps have been taken to ensure fatal shootings by police are investigated by potentially impartial prosecutors.
Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy wants to find a new approach to dealing with bad behavior in schools.