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2 hrs ago | The Darien Daily Voice
Federal year-end data released Friday shows that Connecticut experienced a net growth of 52,500 private sector jobs between January 2011 and December 2013.
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6 hrs ago | Ledger-Enquirer.com
The Santos family smelled gas and got out of its house on Howard Avenue shortly before the explosion on a Saturday morning in March 2012.
11 hrs ago | CBS 3 Springfield
A homeless man has pleaded guilty to kidnapping and slashing a Connecticut woman in an attack authorities say was arranged by her husband.
15 hrs ago | The Macon Telegraph
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention called for such testing in 2012.
15 hrs ago | National Public Radio
Municipalities in Connecticut are mandated by law to publish public notices in a daily newspaper.
The General Assembly's Environment Committee has voted unanimously to approve legislation clarifying in law that domesticated horses are not inherently dangerous.
State colleges and universities will be mandated to provide annual student and employee training on sexual assault prevention as part of legislation approved Thursday by the Higher Education Committee.
One of two convicts sentenced to death in a Connecticut home invasion sent suicidal letters before he was found unresponsive in his cell Monday, his attorney said Thursday.
After Albany wraps up the budget process, legislators will shift their focus to bills that have been awaiting action - including a suite of legislation to address traffic safety issues.
This is where we stand after five days of intrigue and frenzy created by a person claiming to be Tyson F. Jackson, who claimed that a "Connecticut Peace Officers' Association" had written an open letter containing the signatures of 250 police officers who promised not to enforce Connecticut's new draconian gun and magazine control laws.
Windsor legislators announced several local nonprofits have been selected to receive awards as part of the state's Nonprofit Grant Program.
Television's Judge Judy is stepping out from behind the bench to file a lawsuit against a Hartford-based personal injury attorney.
Stepping out of a van onto Congress Avenue, an out-of-town consultant said he didn't see how the Hill corridor could be converted into a vibrant "Main Street."
One day before a public hearing on the implementation of the Common Core State Standards, Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy used his executive authority to create a 25-member task force to identify the challenges presented by the standards.
One day after the father of Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza broke his silence, saying he wished his son had never been born, 26 cyclists are riding on a 400-mile mission to honor the victims of that terrible tragedy.
Martha Dean, an attorney who helped gun rights advocates challenge the constitutionality of Connecticut's recent gun control law, plans to announce her intentions to run for governor.