Is John Mason guilty of a 17th-century war crime and unworthy of a statue at the state Capitol?
CT Capitol shooting suspect in custody
State Police on Wednesday connected the shots fired at the state Capitol to a shooting spree in Southington.
Bullets hit CT state Capitol building
The damage was discovered Tuesday morning, police said.
As rest of Connecticut opens, the Capitol will stay closed
CT-N broadcasts gavel-to-gavel coverage of the legislature, but the state Capitol will remain closed to the public.
Price tag for state police at Capitol non-protest: $125,000
The National Guard also spent $122,000 in overtime to protect the Capitol and other buildings during that week.
Sunday in Hartford: Massive show of police, not protesters
Reporters outnumbered protesters. Cops outnumbered everyone. Sunday at the Connecticut Capitol was peaceful and well-documented.
CT’s U.S. Representatives join the vote to impeach President Trump, and the state braces for protests
Donald J. Trump was impeached on a day when lawmakers in capitals like Hartford assessed threats that may await them.
CT House moves up session out of ‘abundance of caution’
Connecticut House leaders abruptly rescheduled a House session Wednesday, prompted by “an abundance of caution” and not specific threats.
Police prepare for possibility of protests at state Capitol this weekend
“It’s kind of inconclusive what’s going to happen this weekend, but preparations are underway,” said the governor’s spokesman.
CT Senators say danger of insurrection remains
The U.S. Capitol is secured, but U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy says the threat is not over.
For CT teachers, Washington riot becomes a teaching tool
David Bosso of Berlin High School was teacher of the year in 2012. After David Bosso saw news of the riot in Washington, D.C., unfold Wednesday, he started thinking about how he would approach the issue with the students in his high school social studies class Thursday. “One of the things we want to do […]
‘Unreal’ scene as pro-Trump mob invades U.S. Capitol
A mob supporting Donald J. Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol, delaying the certification of Joe Biden’s presidential victory.
Hundreds of protestors press lawmakers as they return to the Capitol
Hundreds of protestors gathered Wednesday outside the Capitol, pressing returning lawmakers to reject mandatory vaccinations and coronavirus-related restrictions on gatherings.