HAN News Update, Feb. 12
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Rob Adams brings us the latest in local sports and weather. Donald Eng takes a look back on this day in history.
Below are some of the stories we are following for Friday, Feb. 12:
With freezing cold temperatures moving in this weekend this weekend, many towns are letting residents know about warming shelters.
Bridgeport police are investigating the city’s first homicide of 2016. It happened last night,in the city’s East End, near the Stratford border.
Two 18-year old Norwalk males and a Norwalk juvenile were arrested by New Canaan Police on Wednesday, Feb. 10, for stealing from a South Avenue resident a short time earlier.
An Orange man faces charges including attempted murder after police said he stabbed his mother at a Mulberry Lane residence early last Friday, Feb. 5.
A New Haven lawmaker wants a discussion this session about legalizing marijuana.
In Trumbull, A Fairview Avenue man was arrested for driving under the influence on Huntington Turnpike in the early hours of the morning Tuesday, Feb. 2.
According the Valley Independent Sentinel, An Ansonia woman who made headlines three years ago for recording a New Haven police officer using improper force has been charged with dealing drugs in the Valley.
Shake Shack is now one step closer to opening in Darien after formally filing applications with the Planning & Zoning Commission, Architectural Review Board and Zoning Board of Appeals.
If you are worried about pipes freezing in this cold weather on tap, Aquarion Water Company has a few tips.