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.
Missing Mom Mystery
Police continue to search for a mother of five who has been missing from New Canaan for more than a week. Jennifer Dulos was last seen on May 24. The search for Dulos and evidence related to her disappearance has expanded beyond New Canaan into other towns and cities across the state. On Sunday, Dulo's estranged husband and another woman were arrested in connection to the missing person case. See the latest on the search here.
Pay Raise Coming
Connecticut has joined five other states and District of Columbia on a path to increase its minimum wage to $15 per hour in the coming years. Gov. Lamont signed a bill on Tuesday that will increase the state's minimum wage in increments, eventually bringing it to $15 in 2023. For more on the new law, click here.
Trouble in Paradise
A Delaware woman is warning travelers after she says she was brutally beaten while on vacation at a luxury resort in the Dominican Republic in January. Tammy Lawrence-Daley shared gruesome photos of her injuries. She spent five days in a hospital and underwent surgery after the incident. See more on the attack here.
Scare at the Ballpark
A young fan was taken to the hospital after getting struck by a foul ball during Wednesday night's game between the Chicago Cubs and Houston Astros. Cubs outfielder Albert Almora Jr. hit a line drive in the fourth inning into the field-level stands down the third base line, where it hit the girl. He immediately put his hands on his head and took a couple of steps toward the seats. He then fell to his knees near home plate and was consoled by teammate Jason Heyward and manager Joe Maddon. It took several minutes for Almora, who appeared to be crying, to compose himself and continue the at-bat. The girl was recovering in an area hospital. For more on the incident, click here.
Quite a Home
There is a very unique house in Hartford that is not all that it seems - unless you take a closer look. NBC Connecticut took a tour of the Austin House on Scarborough Street. The unique home, built in the 1930s, is 86 feet across, but is a mere 18 feet deep. While it may appear to passerby that this is a mansion, an up-close view shows that the home is much smaller. Click here for a look inside the unique home.