Miguel Dejesus was killed at New Britain High School in 1993, a moment that became a key point in the era’s tough-on-crime debates.
York Correctional Institution in Niantic hasn’t held Muslim congregational services since mid-November. Officials blame a staff shortage.
Rep. Geoff Luxenberg, D-Manchester, was charged with driving under the influence on Thursday. House leaders stripped him of assignments.
Daryl McGraw was suspended over a social media post perceived as misogynistic, adding to years of turmoil in CT’s public defender division.
Higgins will oversee a state police department coping with a traffic-stop reporting scandal and the challenge of filling about 260 vacancies.
An alleged incident of ballot fraud in Bridgeport has left some residents fatigued. Others worry the response could curtail voting access.
Home health care workers can be vulnerable to dangerous conditions. Following the murder of one in Willimantic, advocates are demanding change.
A ruling against granting qualified immunity to a prison official allows people incarcerated during the pandemic to proceed with civil cases.
Though CT’s minimum age of arrest rose from 7 to 10 in 2021, the Connecticut Justice Alliance wants lawmakers to increase it to 14 next year.
Dawne Westbrook won bipartisan praise for answers on judicial philosophy and her broad experience as a lawyer, jurist and woman of color.
CT officials and advocates are calling for participation in a program designed to protect children and communities from gun violence.
The lawsuit accuses the Facebook and Instagram owner of using unfair trade practices that hook preteens and other customers on social media.
Despite some Republicans’ claims last year that crime is out of control, a new report says violent crime in CT continued to decrease in 2022.
Dawne Westbrook, 53, of Glastonbury was nominated as a judge of the Appellate Court, the second-highest court in Connecticut.
Though officials are investigating troopers who may have falsified traffic stop data, they have not announced plans to probe constables.