A review of events leading up to the 2-year-old’s homicide found that officials didn’t follow proper procedures or have complete information.
Biden’s $105B national security request includes $3.4B for the submarine industrial base, which would boost the CT companies involved in it.
Connecticut and the Northeast came up losers in the competition for regional hydrogen hubs, despite its history in the fuel cell industry.
The Bridge Family Center in Harwinton has been accused of physical and sexual abuse and insufficient care. CT lawmakers are seeking answers.
Hundreds of Connecticut residents gathered in West Hartford Monday to express outrage over the attack on Israel and their hope for peace.
CT has updated its stormwater manual with stricter regulations for how municipalities and some large institutions handle stormwater.
Sarah Russell, who previously served as a federal public defender, was nominated to sit on the U.S. District Court in Connecticut.
CT’s five U.S. representatives joined the Democrats and some Republican critics in voting to remove Kevin McCarthy as Speaker of the House.
Dannehy, a prosecutor who quit the U.S. Department of Justice’s Russia-Trump investigation, was confirmed to the CT Supreme Court this week.
CT Sen. Richard Blumenthal is pushing a bill to ensure the Coast Guard gets the same protections as other military branches amid a shutdown.
A prolonged government shutdown would result in missed paychecks for thousands of CT workers and a steeper reduction in services.
For years, advocates urged the government to create such a role that would establish a coordinated response aimed at reducing gun violence.
A former CT Superior Court judge, Oliver becomes the latest of President Joe Biden’s nominees to win approval to the federal judiciary.
The unit will receive eight new C-130J Super Hercules aircraft to replace the current C-130H fleet stationed there.
The CT legislature enabled the state to borrow more than $25M to replace its aging voting equipment. But Lamont has to authorize the funding.