In Case You Missed It Weekend Digest: April 27

To help make sure you stay informed on the most shared and talked about stories, each Saturday and Sunday we'll revisit 5 stories from the previous week, including the most recent updates.

Easter Massacre

Suicide bombers struck at churches filled with worshipers and hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, killing hundreds. Several people have been arrested in the wake of the bombings. ISIS claimed responsibility for the blasts and officials warned there may still be other militants preparing new bombings. See more on the attacks here.

Body Cam Captures Police Shooting

State police Tuesday released body cam video from a Hamden police officer who fired his weapon after stopping a car in New Haven last week. The shooting also involved a Yale University police officer, but that officer never turned on his body camera, state police said. A 22-year-old woman in the car was shot, but did not suffer life-threatening injuries. The shooting sparked several days of protests. See more on what investigators said about the shooting here.

State police on Tuesday released body cam video that showed the officer-involved shooting that injured a woman in New Haven.

Strike Over

Stop & Shop employees returned to work on Monday, a day after the union and the company agreed on a new contract. The deal ended an 11-day work stoppage by Stop & Shop workers. Union members approved the agreement in a vote on Thursday. Stop & Shop's parent company said the strike cost it about $100 million. For more on the agreement, click here.

After an 11-day strike, Stop & Shop workers across Connecticut returned to work on Monday after the union reached a tentative contract agreement with the company.

Accused Puppy Dumper Arrested

A California woman accused of dumping a bag full of puppies in a dumpster was arrested on Monday. Police said 54-year-old Deborah Sue Culwell was the woman seen on video throwing the puppies into a dumpster last Thursday. Good Samaritans heard the cries of the newborn puppies and rescued them after about an hour. See more on the arrest here.

Martin Shkreli has been sentenced to seven years in prison, AP reports.

Screen Time Guidelines

The World Health Organization has issued its first-ever guidance for how much screen time children under 5 should get: not very much, and none at all for those under 1. The U.N. health agency said Wednesday that kids under 5 should not spend more than one hour watching screens every day — and that less is better. For more on the guidelines, click here.

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