UConn Pledges To Protect Immigrant StudentsUConn President Susan Herbst told the university community in an email Tuesday campus police won't question immigration status or detain anyone based on administrative warrants from federal officials.
Connecticut Police Warn Residents Of Holiday Gas Station ScammersAccording to police, the alleged scammers will target drivers at gas stations, claiming they forgot their wallet before asking for money to pay for gas.
Local Officials Fear Funding Cuts From Trump Sanctuary City ThreatsSome local officials have started gearing up for a fight, fearing that the president-elect may follow through on campaign promises to cut federal funding to sanctuary cities.
Road Salt Big Factor In 'Sex Reversal' Of Female Frogs, Study FindsResearch shows exposing frogs to sodium chloride used to de-ice roadways may be changing female frogs into males during early stages of development, according to a study from Yale University and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Local Transit Authorities Add Services To Handle Holiday RushTo accommodate this year's holiday rush, transit agencies have announced additional services to get riders where they need to go.
Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal Pushes For Positive Train ControlHis call comes just over a month after an NJ TRANSIT train slammed into the Hoboken Terminal, killing one person and injuring more than 100 others.
Dr. William Petit, Cheshire Home Invasion Survivor, Wins House Seat In ConnecticutThe Republican was nominated for the 22nd House District, which includes Plainville and New Britain.
Dems Sweep U.S. House Races In Connecticut, Though GOP Maintains ControlDemocrats on Tuesday swept U.S. House races in Connecticut, though the Republican Party remained handily in control of the body.
Despite Recent Rainfall, Drought Still A Big Concern In ConnecticutReservoir levels in Greenwich are among the lowest in Connecticut, and residents and businesses are making a real effort to conserve.
Marriott To Lay Off 160 Workers In Stamford After Merging With StarwoodMarriott plans to lay off more than 160 workers in Stamford, Connecticut early next year following its recent acquisition of Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide.
Conn. Wildlife Experts Asking Public To Be Kind To Bats This HalloweenAs Halloween rolls around, Connecticut wildlife experts are asking folks to take a new look at bats.
3 Voters File Suit To Strike Down New York Law Against 'Ballot Selfies'Three New York voters filed a lawsuit Wednesday asking the State of New York to rescind its ban on selfies at the polls.
Norwalk Transit Bus Service May Face Fare Hike, Service Cuts In 2017State representative Gail Lavielle, who represents the district, says people who depend on these buses simply can't afford a fare hike.
Jury: Lack Of Proper Diagnosis Led To Conn. Woman's Leg AmputationA Trumbull doctor has been ordered to pay $25 million in a lawsuit filed by a woman whose leg was amputated due to malpractice.
After Hurricane Matthew, Cholera Top Concern In Storm-Battered HaitiWith 90 percent of island crops wiped out by the storm, there are also fears that survivors will die of starvation.