The settlements deal with hepatitis C among those in the state’s prisons and jails and the abuse of a patient at Whiting Forensic Hospital.
A bill would make it easier for people found not guilty by reason of insanity to earn release from Whiting Forensic Hospital.
The incarcerated testified on a bill that would reduce the use of solitary confinement and establish independent oversight of the DOC.
Sandy Hook conspiracy theorist Alex Jones on Thursday again failed to appear at a deposition in a lawsuit filed against him four years ago.
The attorneys argue that their clients’ rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act are secondary to concerns of public safety.
The preliminary figures support the theory that Connecticut’s car theft spike was due to disruptions caused by COVID-19.
Republicans continue to spar with advocates over how to respond in an election year to an uptick in gun violence and car thefts.
A bill being considered by lawmakers would require police to tell family members their loved ones died within 24 hours of identifying their body.
March’s name was removed from two theaters because he belonged to a Ku Klux Klan honor society in 1919. But that’s hardly the whole story.
The program, billed as a long-term effort to reduce crime, will connect kids who have been exposed to trauma with treatment options.
Connecticut’s opposition to a $4.5 billion deal offered by the Sacklers over the opioid epidemic paid off with a settlement worth $6 billion.
A recent survey shows that public perception of candidates’ readiness for the Supreme Court varies by race.
Gov. Ned Lamont nominated 11 men and 11 women as judges of the Superior Court, continuing a push for equity on the trial bench.
The Judiciary Committee agreed to hold a public hearing on solitary confinement. An hour earlier, the DOC commissioner said it didn’t exist in Connecticut prisons.
Families of victims in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting say they have reached a settlement with Remington Arms.