CT is partnering with tech company Varsity Tutors, which uses AI to connect students with tutors and design tutoring lesson plans.
About 54% think Trump should be prosecuted on criminal charges, according to the Quinnipiac poll. But the split is highly partisan.
CT officials have launched a program to increase the number of people joining the National Guard after a nearly 50-year low.
Sarah Fox, the new head of the Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness, takes over at a time when homelessness is increasing.
As the U.S. Supreme Court OK’d new regulations on ghost guns, CT’s senators unveiled new legislation that would ban the weapons.
The Department of Transportation is trying to recruit engineers from outside the state and work with corporations to make up for hundreds of vacancies.
More young people moving into New Haven are looking for affordable housing options. A new report says zoning reforms could help provide that.
The plan adjusts the number of payments some borrowers have made that qualify toward loan forgiveness. It will save CT borrowers over $300M.
Hartford announced a career navigation program to help young people find jobs and to train young workers for thousands of unfilled CT jobs.
The region will create a bus rapid transit system, which will include upgrades to traffic signals, new transit hubs, and new electric buses.
Gov. Ned Lamont reassured residents that the state is doing everything it can to monitor and crack down on hate groups and hateful rhetoric.