Elsa's Impact: Storm Packs Punch, Strands Drivers, Causes Floods And Mudslide In ConnecticutElsa created hazardous commutes in Connecticut on Friday. Roadways flooded and the rainfall even caused problems on the train tracks.
Connecticut Becomes 19th State To Legalize Recreational MarijuanaUnder the state's new law, it will be legal for individuals 21 and older to possess and use pot, beginning July 1.
Bill Declaring Racism A Public Health Crisis Heads To Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont's DeskThe Connecticut House of Representatives passed Senate Bill 1 on Wednesday.
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont Signs Legislation Legalizing Sports Betting, Federal Approval Still NeededProponents are hopeful sports betting will be legal by this fall.
Connecticut Offering $1,000 To First 10,000 Unemployed People To Find A JobWith 65,000 positions open statewide, business owners say they need the help.
Basic Agreement Reached To Avert Connecticut Nursing Homes StrikeThe workers, including nurses, nurses aides, housekeeping staff and laundry workers, have threatened to walk out over what they call poverty-level wages and dangerously low staffing levels.
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont Proposes Free Museum Visits For Children To Boost Summer TourismThe museum initiative is part of a proposal the governor presented this week to state lawmakers.
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont Signs Bill Ending Religious Exemptions For Required School VaccinationsMedical exemptions will still be allowed, and the law won't apply to students already in grades K-12.
Participating Connecticut Restaurants Will Offer Free Drinks To Customers With COVID Vaccination CardsThe state is teaming up with some restaurants in an appeal to younger adults.
Connecticut To Lift Remaining COVID Restrictions Starting May 1Gov. Ned Lamont says the state will lift all remaining COVID restrictions, will the exception of indoor mask rules.
Connecticut Deploys Nation's First FEMA Mobile Vaccination Unit To Underserved CommunitiesThe mobile vaccination unit will move to underserved communities around the state over the next two months.