2 Connecticut Nursing Homes Fined For Failing To Test Dozens Of Employees For COVID-19Weekly COVID-19 testing is required in Connecticut nursing homes.
Connecticut Gov. Malloy Vows To Veto GOP-Backed Budget PlanThe House voted 78-72 early Saturday to approve the $40.7 billion plan. Six Democrats were swayed to support it.
Fire Breaks Out On Freight Train In HartfordHartford police said three rail cars carrying construction debris and wood caught fire on the tracks.
Police: 13-Year-Old Boy Driving Stolen Car Dies In Hartford CrashHartford Deputy Chief Brian Foley said the crash was reported at about 3 a.m. Thursday on Windsor Street.
Former Connecticut Priest Pleads Guilty To Giving Explosives To JuvenileA former priest in Connecticut pleaded guilty to helping a teen buy thousands of rounds of handgun ammunition, along with two pounds explosives powder.
Lawyers: Aunt Who Sued Nephew Was Forced To Go To CourtJennifer Connell's lawyers say she was "never looking for money" from her nephew.
Local Leaders Fear State Budget Cuts In Conn Will Take A Toll On Cities, TownsDanbury Mayor Mark Boughton is watching the situation at the capital carefully. He said cuts by the state could have a dramatic impact locally.
Connecticut Friends Living In Same House Might Be Forced By City To Split UpThe group of 11 people -- longtime friends and their families -- decided years ago they wanted to live together.
Connecticut Voter Turnout Nears 56 Percent In November ElectionConnecticut officials report that nearly 56 percent of registered voters turned out for the November election.
Hartford City Council Voting On Proposed Election ProbeThe Hartford city council is scheduled to vote on whether to investigate three local registrars of voters in connection with Election Day problems.
Foley Concedes Defeat, Malloy Declares Victory In Conn. Race For GovernorRepublican Tom Foley on Wednesday conceded defeat to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy in Connecticut governor's race, a bruising and expensive rematch of the 2010 contest.