HAN News, June 1

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.


Rob Adams has a Nutmeg Sports Update and Donald Eng takes a look back on this day in history.

Below are some of the stories we are following on Wednesday, June 1:

In an update on a Shelton we’ve been following the family of Eddy Conklin will receive a posthumous diploma at graduation. The decision comes after a, After a joint meeting between Superintendent of Shelton Schools Dr. Chris Clouet, the Conklin family, and Mayor Mark Lauretti.

A man doing community service at the local homeless shelter in Milford was arrested this week and charged with stealing from a volunteer.

Fairfield Police went looking for a New York man who went missing from his sister’s home early Sunday morning, but he was found by a Public Works employee in a tank at the sewage treatment plant, according to Hearst CT Media.

The black bear that was scared up a tree by New Canaan police Tuesday morning, at 30 Oenoke Lane, a quarter-mile from downtown Starbucks, is not an emergency situation, according to the state of Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.

Police are investigating an armed robbery in Danbury after two men held a resident up and stole several items from his house.

In Ridgefield, A parent’s complaint of fox trapping at Veterans Park School has led to a finding of an unauthorized effort to catch wildlife.

The Connecticut Better Business Bureau is urging users of the social media platform LinkedIn to change their passwords right away, after the company acknowledged stolen passwords are now being sold on the black market.

Wilton-based pet food company Blue Buffalo is recalling a batch of its Life Protection Formula dog food due to the presence of moisture and mold.

Shelton High School robotics team, the Gaelhawks, placed second in their division at the World Championship in St. Louis this season.

Thursday, June 30 marks the beginning of Fresh Air summer experiences for thousands of children and their volunteer host families as The Fresh Air Fund kicks off its 140th summer of serving New York City children.