In Case You Missed It Weekend Digest: March 17

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.

Flights Grounded

The FAA ordered all Boeing 737 Max 8 & 9 aircraft grounded, joining the rest of the world, which had already banned the planes from flying. The FAA said it made the decision as it learned more about the crash in Ethiopia involving one of the planes. The crash was similar to that of a 737 Max 8 in Indonesia in October. The order caused some delays and rescheduling for passengers flying Southwest, American, and United, all of which use the 737 Max 8 & 9 their fleets. See more on the grounding of the Boeing planes here.

Mosque Massacre

A gunman shot and killed 49 worshippers inside two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday. A 28-year-old man was arrested and charged with murder and several others were detained. Police did not say what the others' connections were to the crime. The death toll rose to 50 on Saturday, according to New Zealand Police. Read more about what the prime minister called "one of New Zealand's darkest days."

President Trump Fan Passes

The West Haven man with cystic fibrosis who received a call from President Trump died on Tuesday night. Jay Barrett, 44, was a big fan of the president and had hoped to meet him before he died. After a social media campaign started by Barrett's sister, President Trump called Barrett on March 5. For more on Barrett's call with the president, click here.

Don't Get Scammed

The Better Business Bureau has released its annual report on the riskiest scams nationwide. Employment scams were deemed the riskiest because of the type of information that can be compromised. See what other scams made the list here.

The Better Business Bureau is providing information on the riskiest scams across the country.

Reunited With Her Rings

A Massachusetts woman who lost her wedding rings at a rest stop on I-95 in Branford last month has her rings again, thanks to a Connecticut state trooper. The woman lost the rings when she got out of her car at the rest stop to use the bathroom. After a state trooper saw the couple's story, he searched through surveillance video from the rest stop and found the moment someone picked up the rings from the pavement. See how the trooper then located the rings and was able to return them to the couple here.

A Massachusetts woman is feeling thankful after a stranger helped her recover her missing wedding rings.
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