Connecticut’s COVID-19 landscape has changed rapidly in recent weeks.
Volunteers found fewer homeless people in Connecticut during an early-2020 count.
One-in-25 students didn’t participate at all in online classes. That’s 137,000 children who lost learning.
There were 10,037 people incarcerated in state correctional facilities as of June 25.
Newly released data provides the most comprehensive look yet at how the virus has affected the state’s courts and prisons.
The state’s prison population is the lowest it’s been since 1993. Here’s why..
“Connecticut is ready, and we’ve been ready for a while,” Gov. Ned Lamont said Wednesday.
The homeless population has declined by 32% since 2007, according to a report released Wednesday by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Voters have until 8 p.m. to cast ballots for local leaders in cities and and small towns across Connecticut.
Democratic legislators ignited controversy by suggesting the state repeal its religious exemption to mandatory vaccinations.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi touched off the impeachment inquiry this week, but the nation is just at the beginning of a long — and complicated –process.
A surge of vaping-related illnesses has sent hundreds of people to hospitals across the country, including 11 in CT, and resulted in seven deaths. So what’s being done about it?
Connecticut shoppers enter a new era on Thursday when retailers begin collecting a 10-cent fee on most plastic bags used to carry products. Here’s five things you need to know about the new law.
State attorneys have submitted a brief to the Connecticut Supreme Court in an effort to persuade the justices to throw out much of a Superior Court order deeming the state’s educational funding system unconstitutional. Here are five things to know about the state’s case as it moves forward.
The Senate is expected to vote today on a $19.76 billion spending plan for the upcoming fiscal year intended to wipe out a $1 billion deficit, a measure touted by Democrats for not raising taxes and blasted by Republicans for relying on illusory savings.