HAN News Update: Monday, Nov. 16
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Kate Czaplinski is joined by Rob Adams with weather and high school sports updates. Donald Eng also takes a look back on this day in history.
Here are some of the stories we are following on Monday, Nov. 16:
Flags in Connecticut are flying at half staff today, to honor the victims of the attacks in Paris, France.
Thousands of dollars are missing from a Bridgeport Police evidence safe.
A Bridgeport man was arrested for reckless endangerment in the first degree, interfering with a police officer, reckless driving, engaging an officer in pursuit, and many other charges following a high-speed car chase in Trumbull last Friday morning that began on the southbound ramp of Route 25 and ended on Old Town Road around 1:40 a.m.
A peeping tom, tracked down by an angry witness, was arrested last Thursday for a public indecency and trespassing.
A Westport man stopped for speeding in New Canaan had hundreds of Xanax pills, hallucinogenic mushrooms, Dizepan pills and two ounces of pot in his car.
A misfiring furnace was all the warning a Monroe family had of elevated CO levels in their Edgewood Road home.
Deer hunters and cullers are waiting for the winter snows to cover the open space lands and bring out the deer that have so far evaded their best efforts.
Fishermen across Connecticut are angered that budget cuts proposed by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy would close all three of the state's fish hatcheries.
Jacob and Mark Goldenberg are the first father-son duo to volunteer for Weston EMS, according to a stroy in TheWestonForum.com.
The Milford Board of Aldermen recently gave its okay to demolish a house and garage on the city-owned Solomon property at 810 West River Street.
Many people in New England are familiar with the graceful stone walls that dot the landscape; sometimes people come across old stone walls while hiking in the woods.