3 hrs ago
Red Bluff Daily News
Federal investigators seek cause of Connecticut train crash
Passengers wait to be picked-up after two commuter trains collided in Bridgeport, Connecticut causing one to derail injuring numerous passengers, May 17, 2013.
Sat May 18, 2013
WCSH 6 Portland
Maine fugitive with loose lips arrested in Conn.
Authorities say an FBI agent arrested 31-year-old Ernest Almeida on Friday after overhearing him bragging aboard an Amtrak train about being wanted in Maine.
Fri May 17, 2013
The Globe and Mail
'Major derailment' in Connecticut sends 60 to hospital
Emergency workers arrive the scene of a train collision, Friday, May 17, 2013 in Fairfield, Conn.
Conn. commuter trains collide; 60 go to hospitals
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says a total of 60 people have been taken to hospitals with injuries from a collision between two New York-area commuter trains.
Ken Dixon: Legislature 2013 heads for the eggs-it
After all, the 2013 legislative session is not going to be measured by the number of "studies" that will gather dust in the Legislative Library , or its bold initiative on the chicken crisis.
Thu May 16, 2013
The Miami Herald
Conn. lawmakers seek federal funds for Newtown
Members of Connecticut's congressional delegation are attempting to secure federal funds to help Newtown build a new elementary school after last year's massacre - and they say senators owe the residents after failing to support legislation that would have expanded background checks for certain gun purchases.
New York Daily News
Conn. guv meets with Bloomberg on gun control
Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy stopped by City Hall Wednesday and held a closed-door strategy session on gun control with Mayor Bloomberg .
City of Hartford: Zero Tolerance for Underage Drinking at Concert Venue
City, state and medical officials today warned that parents need to take stronger roles in curbing the underage drinking of teens going to concerts or risk the possibility of serious injury or death from alcohol poisoning.
Naugatuck Daily News
Crisco supports bill to protect consumers after storms
Just pick the golfers you think will finish 1st through 10th for each of the tournaments.
Conn. Registrars push for election-related bills
Dozens of Registrars of Voters from across Connecticut are gathering at the state Capitol complex in Hartford to discuss proposed legislation affecting elections.
Wed May 15, 2013
Budget deficit: searching for solutions
With three weeks to go in the General Assembly Session, a solution to the billion dollar projected budget deficit is hitting a snag.
Bill sets rules for two-for-one sales
Connecticut consumers who miss out on getting a free item from a "two-for-one sale" may receive a second chance.
UN General Assembly approves Syria resolution
Britain's Prince Harry capped his weeklong trip to the U.S. by winning a charity polo match at a star-studded event in Connecticut.
The Miami Herald
Conn. chef planning to feast on cicadas
A chef in Connecticut is looking forward to the upcoming cicada invasion, and the chance to try out a few recipes for the insects.
Conn. Energy Rules Spark Clash With Green Groups
Energy policies in Connecticut that are designed to promote multiple, competing sources of energy in a bid to drive down energy costs have set the Democratic administration and environmentalists - a traditionally Democratic support bloc - at loggerheads, reports the Associated Press.
Tue May 14, 2013
Model plane with camera lands at Conn. power plant
The FBI says there was apparently nothing nefarious in the flight or crash of a camera-equipped model airplane at a Bridgeport power plant.
Groups want school transportation funding restored
A coalition of education organizations and municipalities is urging Connecticut legislators to restore state funding for school transportation expenses.
Mon May 13, 2013
Aretha Franklin pulls out of Conn. show
In this Saturday, May 11, 2013 photo, Aretha Franklin performs during McDonald's Gospelfest 2013 at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. Franklin has canceled performances in Chicago on May 20 and Connecticut on May 26 under a doctor's recommendation for treatment.
CBS 3 Springfield
Concerns remain for fate of Conn. airport towers
Despite the Federal Aviation Administration's decision to keep open 149 control towers at small airports, including six facilities in Connecticut, concerns are being raised about what will happen to the towers once the federal fiscal year ends.
Maryland ranks 41st for business, according to CEO survey
A recent survey of CEOs placed Maryland among the 10 worst states for business, citing tax increases as well as proposals to raise the minimum wage and make paid sick leave mandatory discussed in the recent General Assembly.