Norwalk Police Officers Resign After Being Accused Of Ignoring Service Calls, Binge-DrinkingSarah Laudano and Michael DiMeglio were suspended a year ago after a supervisor found them together at a hotel instead of out on patrol.
Hundreds Sickened Across US In Salmonella Outbreak Linked To OnionsThey were imported from Mexico and used in food service locations in more than three dozen states, including New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
Absentee Ballots Widely Available For Connecticut Voters In Upcoming Municipal ElectionsThe deadline to register to vote in Connecticut is Oct. 26.
Online Sports Betting And Gambling Begins In ConnecticutWith Major League Baseball, NFL, NBA and NHL seasons currently playing, Connecticut couldn't have picked a better time to launch online sports betting.
President Biden Pitches Proposed Investments In Child Care In ConnecticutIt’s a challenge the president said he, too, was familiar with during his early years as a young senator and single father when he earned $42,000 a year.
CBS Research Engineer, Television Broadcasting Pioneer Hank Mahler Dies At Age 84Hank Mahler, a CBS research engineer for 60 years, invented the color bars familiar to us. Those bars are used to calibrate TV monitors and verify signal paths.
Connecticut Begins Soft Launch Of Online Sports GamblingThe seven-day launch starts Tuesday with 750 patrons within the state able to place bets online.
Deadline Reached For Connecticut State Workers To Comply With COVID Vaccine OrderSuspended workers will stay on unpaid leave until they show proof of vaccination or agree to weekly testing.
Connecticut State Workers Need To Be Vaccinated Or Submit To Weekly TestingGov. Ned Lamont has directed heads of state agencies to put workers who don't comply on unpaid leave, starting as soon as Tuesday. 
Murphy Threatens So-Called 'Nuclear Option' If N.J. Residents Are Double Charged In NYC's Congestion Pricing PlanMurphy is now threatening to use the Port Authority as a bargaining tool to keep New Jersey drivers from paying more. 
Sports Betting Now Legal In ConnecticutThe legal sports gambling industry is expected to generate $100 million a year in state revenue.