GOP Senator Seeks Bipartisan Support For No-Fly List Gun BanA moderate Republican senator is seeking support from both parties for a compromise to block guns from suspected terrorists.
Study: Zika Infections Late In Pregnancy Led To No DefectsThe study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine online Wednesday, seems to confirm that the greatest risk to infants comes early in pregnancy.
Democratic Senator Wages Nearly 15-Hour Filibuster On Gun ControlAs compromise on the gun issue remained improbable, Sen. Chris Murphy stood on the Senate floor vowing to remain there "until we get some signal, some sign that we can come together.''
DMV: 50,000 Incorrect Tax Bills Could Be Sent To Connecticut DriversCommissioner Michael Bzdyra said Wednesday that some drivers may receive tax bills with the wrong tax town or other information on them.
Connecticut Gov. Malloy's Approval Rating Hits All-Time LowConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's popularity rating has hit a new low, with a majority of registered voters disapproving of how the Democrat has managed the state's economy, jobs, budget and taxes.
Parents Allege Students Mistreated At Norwalk SchoolThe state is investigating a Norwalk school after several parents complained that their children are coming home with scratches and bruises.
Dr. William Petit, Survivor Of Cheshire Home Invasion, To Run For Connecticut LegislatureDr. William Petit, who survived a home invasion that claimed the lives of his wife and two daughters, is the Connecticut Republican Party's nominee for a state legislative seat.
Connecticut Police Find $1 Million In Heroin In Chicago Man's CarAfter a search of the car, troopers seized approximately 12.65 kilograms, which is roughly 28 pounds of heroin, officials said.
Family Of Long Island Quintuplets Gets Ready For Busy Graduation WeekendLou and Denise Carbon, of Long Island, must split their weekend to attend graduation ceremonies for four of their kids.
Connecticut House To Take Up $17.9 Billion Democratic BudgetThe Democratic controlled House was scheduled to meet in special session Friday to vote on the plan, which is expected to result in hundreds of unfilled state employee positions.
Fourth Case Of Zika Virus Confirmed In ConnecticutExperts in Connecticut are closely monitoring the presence of the Asian tiger mosquito -- one of two species capable of transmitting the Zika virus.
Lawmakers Question Cost Of Covering Deficit In Connecticut State BudgetLawmakers in Connecticut will vote on the state’s budget next week in a special legislative session.

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