HAN News Update, Dec. 3
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Kate Czaplinski is joined by Donald Eng who takes a look back on this day in history. Rob Adams gives us the latest sports and weather.
Editorial Director John Kovach joins Kate to take a look at front pages this week.
Here are some of the stories we are following for Dec. 3:
The Milford Police Department is investigating a missing person complaint.
Police say they caught a real Grinch on Tuesday night — trying to pilfer toys for sick and needy kids right in the lobby of their own headquarters, according to the Fairfield Citizen.
A yearlong undercover investigation at a Norwalk strip club ended with the owner, bartenders, dancers and patrons under arrest for drug dealing and prostitution.
The Stamford man who leaped over the White House fence carrying a rewritten national constitution on Thanksgiving has been refused re-entry into the University of Bridgeport, where he is studying criminal justice and martial arts.
With negotiators gathering in Paris to work on agreements to lower carbon emissions, the Connecticut Audubon Society warns that climate change is already here and having a dramatic effect on the state’s wildlife.
Although snow hasn’t blanketed the area yet this season, a new snow-clearing procedure at Easton schools aims to benefit everyone in the coming years.
There will be a Milford Historic Homes Holiday Open House Tour, a fundraising/community event sponsored by the Milford Preservation Trust, Saturday, Dec. 12, from 2 to 5:30 p.m. The snow date is Sunday, Dec. 13.