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Later in the show Kate talks with Silver Hill Hospital of New Canaan about chronic pain management.
Donald Eng is filling in for Rob Adams with a Nutmeg Sports Update, running down all the FCIAC semifinal and championship action.
Below are the stories we are following on Wednesday, May 25:
An unknown substance delivered to the Department of Children and Families in Milford Tuesday has been sent to the State of Connecticut Department of Public Health lab for analysis.
Ansonia schools were closed on Tuesday after a student reported an anonymous post on the After School app from someone who wrote he or she was tired of being bullied and threatened to shoot “it” up, according to police.
Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is forecasting unhealthy air quality for “sensitive groups” from today, Wednesday, May 25th through Saturday, May 28th due to predicted elevated ground-level ozone pollution.
In Stratford, A male motorcycle rider died early Monday evening on Mead Street.
A New Canaan woman was arrested in Trumbull for possession of dozens of prescriptions pills she intended to sell, according to police.
Wilton Police arrested a Florida man and woman May 23 for identity theft and other charges.
A bear found dead at a nature preserve in Roxbury earlier this month was shot and likely dumped on Roxbury Land Trust Property, according to the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.
New Canaan Police Officer Ron Bentley has been assigned to work the downtown beat in an effort to deter criminal activity, enforce traffic laws and make the village a safer place to both visit and do business in, according to Police Chief Leon Krolikowski.
Darien Superintendent Dr. Dan Brenner advanced the discussion on stadium lights at the May 24 Board of Education meeting by unveiling parts of the plan for their installation and use.