The Criminal Justice Commission was prepared to vote Wednesday to open a case against Colangelo in which formal charges could be presented.
A man on the state’s list of suppliers for masks and COVID tests once admitted to taking $1.8 million from his company’s pension fund.
The Connecticut Treasurer’s office is making it easier for people to find and reclaim millions of dollars in unclaimed financial assets.
A nursing home operator is facing an investigation over allegations that raises that were supposed to go to employees were never distributed.
CT’s efforts to address racial profiling by police have improved, and new legislation could soon change how police approach traffic stops.
Gov. Ned Lamont will not seek an extension of his executive order requiring state employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
The Criminal Justice Commission is awaiting results of an investigation into the chief state’s attorney hiring of an official’s daughter.
More than 1,000 Department of Correction employees and 600 incarcerated people have the virus.
Amounts under $50 aren’t visible on the state’s website — but they add up to more than $40 million.
The decision to discontinue testing comes on the heels of criticism over investments made by Annie Lamont’s venture capital firm.
Oak HC/FT invested in Sema4 two months after the Lamont administration signed a $17.2 million contract with Sema4.
Griffin Health was paid a higher rate per COVID test than any other hospital that tested in nursing homes.
Officials are investigating how many long-term care workers got COVID-19 vaccine exemptions from a doctor accused of handing them out.
The lawmakers say the burden of correcting the overpayments shouldn’t be on people who filed their applications in good faith.
State officials have issued thousands of letters instructing some people to repay unemployment benefits they received during the pandemic.