HAN News, June 28

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.


Below are some of the stories we are following on Tuesday, June 28:

A 53-year-old motorcycle rider from Derby was killed in a crash on Route 8 Monday afternoon.

The Milford Police Department is looking for a man who allegedly told a bank teller at Chase Bank Friday that he had a gun before making off with an undisclosed amount of money.

A school counselor will be available at Joel Barlow High School this week, should any student wish to speak to one, following a serious crash involving local teens in Redding.

The Bridgeport  Police Detective Bureau is looking for assistance in identifying a perpetrator responsible for a shooting that occurred at Granfield Avenue near Carnegie Avenue, within the Success Park parking lot on June 26.

The body of an alligator was found in the Connecticut River Sunday. But it turns out, the alligator was a fake.

According to Connecticut Better Business Bureau, a recently-released government study offers a snapshot of common consumer scams and the number of victims over the course of one year.

A tractor trailer Monday afternoon got stuck under a railroad overpass bridge in New Canaan, clogging up traffic there for a couple of hours.

The report of a missing boy had a happy ending yesterday in Milford.

The Town of New Canaan will be conducting a training exercise today at Silver Hill Hospital.

The Brien McMahon High School valedictorian Laura Veira has come forward to speak out about the fact that she is an undocumented immigrant.

Since Trumbull Police k-9 Cyrus died prematurely June 14 the clinic that cared for him is working to raise money to support getting the department another new police dog.