Of the roughly 14,000 doses requested by CT, only about 10,000 have been received and distributed, CT public health officials said.
A CT judge is considering whether to block the release of names of troopers alleged to have falsified records in an ongoing ticket scandal.
Attorneys for the family of Mike Alexander-Garcia say up to seven minutes may have elapsed before officers first began to render aid to him.
The body that audited the CT State Police said local police departments may be audited at random to check for fabricated racial profiling data.
State and federal conservationists are combating the spread of a ‘noxious weed’ taking root in the Connecticut River and its tributaries.
A ruling by the Connecticut Supreme Court allowed an alleged perpetrator to sue his accuser for defamation.
Lowering the legal blood alcohol concentration (BAC) for drivers from 0.08% to 0.05% would align CT with dozens of countries and Utah.
Advocacy groups with various areas of focus have gathered under the banner of the Just Majority campaign, calling for court reforms.
Gov. Ned Lamont said the federal government forced the year-long program to expire. The government says that’s only partially correct.