HAN News Update, Nov. 10


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Kate Czaplinski is joined by Rob Adams with weather and high school sports. Donald Eng also takes a look back on this day in history.

Kate also talks with the executive director of the Green Village Initiative about the nonprofit's work in Bridgeport.

The FBI Public Corruption Task Force has been investigating how federal grant money was spent in Milford.

Bridgeport Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a suspect who assaulted a juvenile, and stole his bicycle.

In Ridgefield a man carrying a knife forced his way into an occupied house on Mamanasco Road on Nov. 4 and left with cash.

Continuing his Second Chance Society initiatives, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Monday opened a veterans’ unit in a state Department of Correction unit in Enfield.

A Connecticut middle school teacher fired after a video emerged showing him acting aggressively toward a student and pulling a chair out from under him says he regrets the confrontation and never meant for it to get out of hand.

Because of several Midwestern and Western oil supply disruptions, Connecticut gas prices are starting a slow climb. This week, average prices here are up $.01 cents compared to last week, says AAA Northeast.

Silver Hill Hospital in New Canaan, will introduce on Nov. 18 the only program in the tri-state area for adults with eating disorders.

The Milford Board of Education on Monday night approved a plan to reduce walking distances to school for Milford students for the 2016-17 school year — meaning more will be eligible to ride the bus next school year.

The Prospector Theater is on Broadway.

Stockbridge’s Cheesecake has made its way back to Shelton, but under a new name and new ownership. Located in the same Howe avenue address, Dee’s Kitchen now fills that short lived void.