The August attack was far more debilitating than hospital officials publicly acknowledged. Now, it threatens a sale of the hospitals to Yale.
CT Sen. Richard Blumenthal is pushing a bill to ensure the Coast Guard gets the same protections as other military branches amid a shutdown.
Connecticut has resisted the lure of matching federal funds, leaving hundreds of millions unspent in its transportation fund since 2021.
Yale New Haven Health officials said the deal to buy three Prospect Medical hospitals in CT is “more at risk” as time passes.
Rep. Steven Stafstrom urged the Sentencing Commission to focus on bail reform, suggesting it could be a key policy issue in 2024.
An effort to bolster CT’s early childhood education system is nearing its final stages. But some advocates say the plan isn’t bold enough.
The school ranked No. 26 in a U.S. News & World Report list and cracked the top 50 in a Wall Street Journal ranking. How much does it matter?
A prolonged government shutdown would result in missed paychecks for thousands of CT workers and a steeper reduction in services.
The presidents of Waterbury Hospital and Eastern Connecticut Health Network told Lamont and legislators their financial situation is “dire.”
Republicans sought a mandatory prison sentence for elections fraud as the investigation into the Joe Ganim-John Gomes primary continues.
The General Assembly voted in special session Tuesday to confirm the Connecticut Supreme Court nomination of Nora R. Dannehy.
Bridgeport mayoral candidate John Gomes’ attorney told a judge it will take time to review ballots and video footage in the lawsuit.
Tabitha Frank’s 2-year-old son Corneliuz died after falling from a window in July. But family hardships preceded the tragedy.
City officials worried that supporters of Mayor Joe Ganim wanted to target potential voters from a list of people getting rental assistance.
The $305.4 million in overtime that departments spent last fiscal year is nearly 50% higher than the $204.4 million bill they ran up in 2017.