Inspectors have found hundreds of gas pumps that aren't pumping the right amount of gasoline compared to what you've paid. Read More
Insurance companies may be overpaying for your care and that means higher bills for everyone. But there are ways you can take action. Read More
The police officers who first responded to the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School say the Town of Newtown is denying them access to long-term workers compensation benefits. Read More
Malek Rose was just 22 years old when he died from a severe asthma attack while at a halfway house in Waterbury. His mother and fellow inmates say the warning signs were missed. Read More
With smartphones ubiquitous in high schools, some Connecticut teenagers sense a heightened level of social anxiety at school and at home. Experts explain how parents can mitigate the impact.
Nobody expects a lemon when they buy a new car. That's where the Connecticut's Lemon Law comes in handy for consumers. So far it's returned tens of millions of dollars to consumers, according to the state. Read More
The Troubleshooters follow the money to reveal how the amount of unclaimed state income tax refunds went up the year Connecticut introduced its debit card program. The state says it’s now making changes—and what you need to know t... Read More
Hartford sole property to the Spanish American Merchant's Association for $1, and the group then turned around an sold a piece of the land to Hartford Hospital for $500,000. Read More
NBC Connecticut was first to report the money problems at La Renaissance in East Windsor. Now there's a new wrinkle with its financial troubles.
Melissa Rothkugel, 28, of Bristol says the sequester has rendered her homeless. Read More