A hedge fund owner’s bid to hold the government responsible for an FBI raid that he says ruined his business was lost Tuesday when a federal appeals court rejected his lawsuit.
Connecticut officials have launched an investigation into allegations of market power abuse by two of the state’s largest energy providers.
A frustrated Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Monday released a fourth version of his state budget proposal, hoping it will motivate the General Assembly to finally come up with a tax-and-spending plan he can sign into law after a months-long impasse.
While Democratic and Republican legislative leaders said they’re continuing to make progress toward a possible bipartisan budget deal, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy expressed dismay Thursday over the slow pace of the negotiations among the lawmakers.
Democratic and Republican legislative leaders say they could soon have a draft state budget plan for Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to review.
Attorney General George Jepsen says Connecticut will join other states in suing the Trump administration over its move to kill an Obama-era clean power plan aimed at reducing global warming.
Connecticut’s bid for Amazon’s second headquarters will include sites in the Stamford and Hartford regions.
The city of Hartford says it has filed a counterclaim against the one-time developers of a minor league baseball stadium and ended an agreement with them to develop the surrounding area.
Connecticut Comptroller Kevin Lembo is urging Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield and Hartford HealthCare to reach a deal to keep thousands of residents from paying much higher costs for health care.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Thursday officially vetoed the Republican-backed state budget that was narrowly approved by lawmakers, calling it unbalanced, unsustainable and unwise.
Labor union members and community advocates rallied Thursday outside the state Capitol to urge Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to uphold his promise to veto a Republican budget approved by the legislature.
A Connecticut woman has been sentenced to 16 months in prison for her role in an identity theft scheme that netted her and an accomplice about $150,000 from 30 victims.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Monday that he is willing to compromise with Republicans on a bipartisan budget plan, but he reiterated that he will veto the GOP-backed budget that passed the legislature over the weekend.
Connecticut lawmakers went home early Friday without approving a two-year, $41 billion budget that would have created new taxes and fees but wouldn’t have included increases in the sales or income taxes.
The president of the Hartford City Council says a majority of members oppose the city filing for bankruptcy, but acknowledged it could be necessary if it doesn’t get the state aid it needs by early November because of state budget gridlock.
As Connecticut struggles with a budget stalemate and the departure of major companies, one of its wealthiest communities wants to make it known to the wider world that all is well in Greenwich.
A natural-lawn advocate has successfully contested a blight citation for her yard.
The operator of nine substance abuse treatment clinics in Connecticut has agreed to pay more than $600,000 to settle allegations that it lied about having a medical director.
The presidents of the University of Connecticut and the Connecticut State University system have joined Gov. Dannel P. Malloy in decrying President Donald Trump’s decision to end a program that protects immigrant youth who were brought to the country illegally.
Insurance adjusters are bringing more drones with them than ever before as they head to Texas to assess the damage from Harvey.