New capability will save critical time in the diagnosis and treatment of any COVID-19 patients.
A torture expert with the United Nations is calling out the use of solitary confinement in Connecticut prisons as punishment and equating the practice to psychological torture
Gov. Ned Lamont's chief of staff, who helped develop the governor's ill-fated trucks-only toll plan, has resigned
The Connecticut Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal of a gag order that a judge imposed in the case of a man accused of killing his estranged wife
Connecticut's top prosecutor says a man who lost consciousness after being taken into police custody on his 23rd birthday died from coronary artery disease and his death was natural
A Connecticut man has pleaded guilty to stealing $240,000 from the nonprofit he worked for as well as some of the organization's clients
A frequent Rhode Island political candidate and activist died in a car crash that occurred after he had a likely heart attack while he was driving home from testifying at the State House
Officials say a utility company will pay $53 million for breaking pipeline safety laws and causing a series of natural gas explosions that killed one person and damaged dozens of homes
The Worcester City Council has approved a revised financing plan to address about $30 million in increased costs for a new baseball stadium in the city being built for the Boston Red Sox Triple-A affiliate
A lecturer at Harvard Law School says an investigation by 39 states leaves Juul Labs with little choice but to change its marketing practices
A Connecticut man who pleaded guilty to committing a series of violent armed robberies during which two people were shot has been sentenced to 21 years in federal prison
Family of correction officer Jeramie Dewaine, who died by suicide exactly one year ago, testifies in support of workers compensation benefits for correctional staff.
Advocates and state lawmakers are calling for the end of solitary confinement in Connecticut's prisons and jails