Coffee Break, HAN’s daily news update, airs weekday mornings at 11 a.m. at live.HAN.Network, and is hosted by Kate Czaplinski. You can watch it on-demand later or see video below.
Debra Greenwood, president and CEO of The Center for Family Justice joins Kate to talk about this Friday’s Bowling Against Bullying and make a special announcement about a celebrity guest speaker at a fall event.
John Kovach later joins Kate to take a peek at front pages this week.
Below are some of the headlines we are following today:
New York Police say two Connecticut women and a 9-year-old girl have died after a tractor-trailer slammed into a car that had run out of gas on Interstate 84 in southeastern New York.
Stratford Firefighters Wednesday battled a blaze that heavily damaged an Elm Street house.
Shelton Police arrested a Shelton grandmother yesterday for allegedly selling prescription drugs.
In Stratford, Three decapitated chickens were found Wednesday morning and authorities say they may may have been killed as part of a ritual.
The Ridgefield Police Department is investigating multiple commercial burglaries that happened between May 16 and June 1.
A West Hempstead, NY man and a Laurelton, NY woman were arrested in Trumbull for using fake credit cards at Best Buy in the Hawley Lane Mall on Wednesday, May 25.
Buckle your seat belt; the 100 Deadliest Days began on Memorial Day, a period when national teen crash deaths historically climb.
A contract has been signed for the sale of the 1735-built house at the corner of Ferris Hill and Canoe Hill roads, which will keep the house from being demolished, according to Tom Nissley, one of the purchasers and the property owner Max Abel.