Hundreds of immigrants, supporters and elected officials are rallying in cities across Connecticut to call for federal immigration reform.
Connecticut lawmakers are declining to consider a bill that would permit physicians to prescribe medication to help a dying patient end his or her own life.
State lawmakers are considering a bill that would create a Connecticut Antiques Trail, an effort to highlight the state's numerous antique shops.
Members of Connecticut's congressional delegation say six Connecticut airports may lose all their air traffic controllers next month as a result of the $85 billion in automatic federal budget cuts that took effect last week.
Hundreds of homeowners in Connecticut are facing stark choices after Superstorm Sandy flooded their homes: Sell, demolish and rebuild or elevate.
The White House says Connecticut could lose tens of millions of dollars for education, protecting the environment, child care and other programs as automatic federal budget cuts loom.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is traveling to Washington this week to deliver an address at a conference on energy policy.
Cities and towns in Connecticut are getting some extra help as they continue clearing snow dumped by the blizzard.
Music will be on state lawmakers' minds at a public hearing on whether to establish an official state polka and a second state song.