HAN News, March 24

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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.

Josh Fisher joins Kate for a look at front pages

Below are some of the stories we are following on Thursday, March 24:
The hunt for Rodolfo Revello is over after an extensive 11-day search.
Michael Kramer, the investment banker who owns the New Canaan property, where a 41-year-old Queens, NY, woman committed suicide Tuesday, was not home at the time, and neither was his family, according to a CNBC report.
Milford Police are looking for a man they said exposed himself at a local Dunkin Donuts on Sunday.
Police dogs brought on site to check for a bomb at Easton’s Helen Keller Middle School found nothing yesterday, and students returned to class.
Milford police arrested a Bridgeport man suspected of dealing drugs in Milford.
There was heightened security at New Britain High School today, the day after police said a huge fight broke out around dismissal time.
According to The Redding Pilot, Route 53 will be closed just south of its intersection with Umpawaug Road beginning the first week of July, the Department of Transportation announced today. It will remain closed for about 42 days.
In New York State As of March 27 residents there will no longer have the opportunity to shop around for the best prescription price, as New York will become the first state to require all prescriptions to be created electronically.
In Stratford, The uproar caused by the trapping and killing of beavers in Roosevelt Forest will prompt the forest’s commissioners to call for a ban on trapping.
The Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation will hold its first-ever Wilton-based volunteer orientation at its 27 Cannon Road campus on Saturday, April 2, from 10 to 11 a.m.