Gov. Ned Lamont is making a final push to salvage tolls this year and its success could hinge on the limit he and lawmakers set on Connecticut's credit card.
Police in Massachusetts are looking for "some jerk" who stole four doors off a department vehicle
The vice president of the Connecticut Lottery Corporation has been placed on administrative leave amid questions over her role in an FBI investigation of another lottery official
A Roman Catholic priest is facing a drunken driving charge after police say he struck and injured a pedestrian
Police are searching for a Connecticut woman whose belongings were found scattered on a hiking trail
New York City and Con Edison officials are befuddled over what caused Saturday night’s blackout on Manhattan’s west side, which left hundreds of thousands without electricity and subway service.
A Connecticut man is being honored for his work on the Apollo 11 lunar mission
U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal says proposed health insurance rate increases in Connecticut are unaffordable
Connecticut's governor is holding a ceremonial bill signing for legislation to accelerate the deployment of high-speed, 5G wireless technology in the state
Great white sharks have been spotted at three Cape Cod beaches
Authorities say a widespread power shortage in Manhattan has left businesses without electricity, elevators stuck and subway cars stalled
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has pledged to donate $100,000 to help the families of seven motorcyclists killed in a collision with a truck last month
Work has begun on a project to restore and update the House and Senate chambers in the Rhode Island State House