Former Conn. Gov. M. Jodi Rell's Husband Dies Of CancerIn a tribute to Lou Rell, the Connecticut Republican Party said he served the nation as a Navy pilot and the state as the governor's spouse. He was 73.
Lawmaker's Lawsuit May Challenge Conn. BudgetA state senator's legal challenge of a little-known fee on many Connecticut electric bills could create yet another massive hole in the state's already deficit-plagued budget, should the tea party-backed lawmaker win in court.
Conn. Gov. Dannel Malloy Renews Push To Decriminalize MarijuanaConnecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy is making waves with efforts do decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana, and he’s not stopping there.
CT Murder Victims' Families Seek Death Penalty RepealSeventy-six people who have all lost loved ones to murder have signed a letter saying capital punishment in Connecticut offers a "false promise that goes unfilled."
Dan Malloy Being Sworn-In As CT Governor TodayDannel Patrick Malloy, former Stamford mayor, will become CT's 88th governor and first Democrat to hold the job in two decades when he is sworn in Wednesday.
Foley Concedes Conn. Governor RaceTom Foley, the Republican candidate for governor of Connecticut, conceded the close race to Democrat Dan Malloy despite questions about the election process.
Dead Heat In Race For Connecticut GovernorDemocrat Dan Malloy and Republican Tom Foley are vying to succeed M. Jodi Rell in the state's top job.
3rd Debate Today In Conn. Governor's RaceDemocrat Dan Malloy and Republican Tom Foley will square off Tuesday afternoon at Fairfield University.
Conn. Veterans Memorial Fundraising At Halfway
Malloy's Lead Grows Over Foley In CT Governor's RaceThe poll released Friday shows the former Stamford mayor leading the former U.S. ambassador to Ireland 49 to 42 percent among likely voters.
Christie Stumping For Foley; Times Backs MalloyNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is expected in wealthy Greenwich to stump for fellow Republican Tom Foley in Connecticut's close governor's race.
Support For Death Penalty At 10-Year High In CTQuinnipiac University's poll, released Wednesday, found 65 percent of those surveyed support the death penalty. That's up from 61 percent two years ago.