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In Case You Missed It Weekend Digest: June 23

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.

Travelers Championship Excitement

The pros continue to compete in the Travelers Championship today. The excitement really kicked off Wednesday when the pros mixed with celebrities for the annual Travlers Championship Pro-Am. Here's a look back.

When Brittany Vose was 6 years old, Phil Mickelson handed her a ball. It was a simple moment that was deeply emotional for the family.

Community Awaits News on Missing Mother

New Canaan mother of five Jennifer Dulos remains missing after four weeks. Her friends and family released a new statement Friday asking the public to come forward with any information that may help the case. Read the full statement here. 

Jennifer Dulos was last seen on Friday, May 24 when she dropped her children off at school in New Canaan. New Canaan police said Wednesday that they have received nearly 900 tips related to the investigation and more than 80 submissions from surveillance cameras.

Still Trying for Tolls

Gov. Ned Lamont once again set out his vision for a tolls plan at a meeting with House and Senate leaders Wednesday. The meeting was meant to be a critical opening moment for the Lamont administration as it met with the top leaders in the House and Senate about a way forward on infrastructure investment, and when to hold a Special Session on the issue. More here.

Gov. Ned Lamont once again set out his vision for a tolls plan at a meeting with House and Senate leaders Wednesday.

A Green Burial

After 17 months of moving through bureaucratic hoops, a Sherman family laid their mother to rest, honoring her dying wish for a green burial on the family property. Green burials are legal in Connecticut and all 50 states, but there can often be restrictions at the local level concerning where these burials can take place. Learn more here.

Green burials are legal in Connecticut and all 50 states, but there can often be restrictions at the local level concerning where these burials can take place.

Trouble With Testimony

Famed forensic scientist Dr. Henry Lee was defending his testimony in a 1985 New Milford murder case after the state's Supreme Court ordered a new trial for Sean Henning and Ralph Birch, two men convicted in the stabbing death of Everett Carr.

Famed forensic scientist Dr. Henry Lee defended his testimony in a 1985 case that sent two men to prison for the death of a man, after the Supreme Court ruled Lee’s testimony was false, granting the two men new trials.
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