In Case You Missed It Weekend Digest: June 16

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.

Search Goes On

The search for Jennifer Dulos expanded this week as state police dive teams searched two different bodies of water in Avon. The 50-year-old mother of five has been missing since May 24. Investigators also continued their search at a trash facility in Hartford. See the latest on the search here.

State police divers searched a second body of water in Avon on Friday, along the same road where they searched a different pond earlier in the week.

Cold Case Arrest

Police on Wednesday made an arrest in the 1986 sexual assault and killing of 11-year-old Kathleen Flynn in Norwalk. Police in Maine arrested Marc Karun and held him as a fugitive from justice. Norwalk police were also there to execute an arrest warrant for Karun on sexual assault and murder charges in the death of Flynn. For more on the case, click here.

State Police in Maine have made an arrest in the murder and sexual assault of 11-year-old Kathleen Flynn in Norwalk in 1986, according to Norwalk Police.

Giant News

Sleeping Giant State Park in Hamden reopened on Friday, more than a year after severe storms caused massive damage to the popular recreation area. The May 15, 2018 storms took down thousands of trees in the park and changed the landscape of the hiking trails forever. Take a look inside the park here.

Hikers and others returned to Sleeping Giant State Park on Friday, more than a year after a devastating storm caused massive damage there.

Actor Arrested

Cuba Gooding Jr. was charged Thursday for allegedly groping a woman at a rooftop bar in Manhattan over the weekend. Gooding denied the allegation and pleaded not guilty to the charge. For details on the alleged incident, click here.

Relief On The Way

A new contract between CT Transit and its bus drivers will now allow for better access to bathrooms and bathroom breaks for those drivers. The drivers complained they have had limited access to bathrooms on their routes and often have to relieve themselves in bushes or even wear adult diapers. See more on the agreement here.

A new contract between CT Transit and the union representing its bus drivers will provide better restroom access to those drivers.
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