HAN News, March 23

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Rob Adams joins us with a Nutmeg Sports Update. Donald Eng takes a look back on this day in history and Jim Cameron is Talking Transportation.

Below are some of the stories we are following on Wednesday, March 23:
In an update on a New Canaan story we brought you yesterday, A person was found dead of a gunshot wound at a North Wilton Road home Tuesday afternoon after New Canaan Police responded to a report of an armed person.
A Ridgefield man was among the injured the morning of March 22 when a terrorist bombing rocked an airport and subway in Brussels, Belgium.
Hearst CT Media is reporting that A Stamford neighborhood is in shock and the family and friends of a 25-year-old cancer survivor are in mourning after the man was shot by two city police SWAT team members Monday night.
Ansonia police are looking for the man who tried to rob the Shell gas station at 696 Main St. Tuesday night.
The Connecticut Department of Public Health has confirmed its laboratory detected the first travel-associated case of Zika in the state. State officials said it was only a matter of time before it would turn up here.
Police are looking for a man suspected of shoplifting from Stop & Shop in Wilton.
A recent Trumbull Partnership Against Underage Drinking and Drugs (TPAUD) survey that polled more than 2,800 students at the high school and both middle schools and revealed a decrease in both alcohol and marijuana use by the town’s youth over the last two years.
A donkey belonging to an Easton resident was attacked by a roaming pit bull March 15 at 10:59 p.m. The donkey suffered three puncture wounds to her jaw area, a puncture in the right side of her neck and bite wounds on her nose.