On Tuesday morning, church leaders from around the state rallied in support of a bill to legalize marijuana.
State lawmakers will be taking up the topic of school lunch debt on Tuesday at the capitol.
As church leaders, politicians and people living in the middle of gun violence in Hartford plead for it to stop, police released new details on Monday.
Active shooter drills have become common practice for students, but some are questioning if that should be the case.
WINDSOR, CT (WFSB) – As more customers order their groceries online, stores are trying to find new ways to meet the demand.
Police in Ansonia made an arrest in the murder of an Amber Alert victim's mother.
Senators Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy are back in Connecticut, responding to both the impeachment vote and President Donald Trump's State of the Union address.
Even before Gov. Ned Lamont addressed lawmakers on Wednesday, opponents were rallying against one of his proposals.