A CT jury will decide how much conspiracy theorist Alex Jones should pay relatives of victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
Experts say it could take nearly a decade to erase the nation’s housing shortage, which has driven up home prices and rents, pricing out many lower- and middle-income families.
As states ramp up their transitions to renewable electricity, some leaders see a big role for geothermal as a stable, renewable power source.
Medical providers and advocates for transgender people say there are too many loopholes and limited access to gender-affirming surgery in CT.
By the end of rush hour Tuesday morning, New Haven had received a month’s worth of rain in one night. Some parts of CT got up to 4 inches.
Standard medical testing for heart disease is based on research on men, but women often have different symptoms that go unrecognized.
The crisis in Jackson underscores a growing risk to Black communities in the South that are burdened by failing water systems and frequent boil water notices.
The company agreed to spend more than $40 million to upgrade internet service in economically distressed urban and rural communities.
The 364,040 people in Connecticut who face hunger —one in every 10 residents— are increasingly likely to find healthy selections at their local food pantries.
Women hold two-thirds of student loan debt, and women of color’s debt is highest. President Joe Biden’s relief plan could be life-changing to them, supporters say.
By the end of the week, 12 states will have outlawed abortion in almost all instances. The change will contribute to growing regional abortion deserts.
The LVW is calling attention to itself and drawing criticism in ways that are extraordinary for the once-staid group.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) extends protections to people with gender dysphoria, a federal appeals court found this week.
A planned expansion of Tweed New Haven took a big step forward Wednesday, as the Morris Cove airport’s board members voted to approve a new 43-year lease and development agreement with a private company.
The CT labor department found that over the 22 months it audited, Hartford HealthCare took $479,000 from 114 workers — and never provided the food.