Forty-three people reported being raped at the University of Connecticut last school year — more than double the number of reported sexual assaults the previous year.
College affordability suddenly hot in Hartford, Washington
Updated Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.
This is the week in Hartford that legislative leaders are reinforcing what President Obama and congressional candidates have signaled repeatedly: Addressing college affordability is good politics.
Looney makes wholesale changes in Senate committee co-chairs
With the departure of five senators, Senate Majority Leader Martin Looney, D-New Haven, took the opportunity Tuesday to change the leadership of more than a dozen committees, effective next month on the opening day of the 2015 session.
GOP gains, but Democrats control CT General Assembly
Connecticut Democrats maintained their majority in the state Senate in Tuesday’s elections, winning 21 of 36 seats. The Democrats also retained control of the House, but Republicans gained 10 seats.