In Case You Missed It Weekend Digest: September 21

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

Tragic Death

A Cheshire mother died days after being stabbed multiple times in front of her children. Police say Monica Dominguez's husband, 31-year-old Emmanuel Dominguez-VillaGomez, stabbed her as many as 30 times. Dominguez-VillaGomez now faces murder charges in his wife's death. See more on what police say may have led to the violent attack here.

A woman stabbed as many as 30 times in a brutal domestic attack in Cheshire has died, according to police.

Fashion Backlash

The criticism came quickly after the fashion company Bstroy introduced a line of sweatshirts embroidered with the names of Sandy Hook, Stoneman Douglas, and other sites of school shootings. The garments also appeared to be riddled with bullet holes. To see what the company is saying about the sweatshirts and see reaction from Sandy Hook Promise, click here.

The hoodies bear names like Sandy Hook Elementary, Columbine, and other schools where mass shootings have happened, along with holes that look like they came from bullets.

End of the Eli Era?

The New York Giants announced this week that they will sit Eli Manning and replace him with rookie Daniel Jones against Tampa Bay this weekend. The 0-2 Giants drafted Jones out of Duke with the sixth pick in this year's NFL Draft as the heir apparent to two-time Super Bowl winner Manning. See more on the decision here.

Wait, What?

The U.S. Navy confirmed this week that three UFO videos posted by Blink 182 rocker Tom DeLonge are real and should never have been released to the public. The videos show infrared images captured by fighter pilots of what the Navy calls "unidentified aerial phenomena." For more on the videos and what they show, click here.

Like a Ninja

Hamden gym owner Drew Drechsel took home the $1 million prize at this week's finale of American Ninja Warrior. He followed up his big win with an appearance on Ellen. See more on Drechsel and his gym here.

In his ninth attempt on the show, 30-year old Drew Drechsel captured the $1 million prize and celebrated his win Tuesday with Ellen Degeneres.
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