After a storm dumped two months of rain on Vermont in two days, CT volunteer crews rescued five stranded victims, two cats and a dog.
Attorney General William Tong said Tuesday he received no formal notification from Russia, but has apparently been banned from the country.
Patrick McCaughey III of Ridgefield used a stolen riot shield to crush a police officer in a doorframe during the U.S. Capitol insurrection.
Officials said McCaughey got a police riot shield, and used it to pin an officer against a door frame while another rioter attacked the officer.
Stephanie Thomas, who begins her term as CT’s next secretary of the state in January, said there are many details yet to be worked out.
Google continued to collect personal information about its customers’ location even after those customers told the internet giant not to track their locations
The company agreed to spend more than $40 million to upgrade internet service in economically distressed urban and rural communities.
Senate Republicans Wednesday proposed making it easier to move some young people accused of breaking the law into adult court.
Lawmakers gave the Contracting Standards Board expanded authority to review deals reached by the Port Authority.
Connecticut Attorney General William Tong has filed an appeal of a judge’s approval of Stamford-based Purdue Pharma’s bankruptcy plan.
Connecticut will join 20 other states challenging Trump administration regulations regarding the online release of plans for 3D-printed firearms.