June 18: 5 non-coronavirus stories from across the tri-state region

 
Looking for stories that are not about the coronavirus?  Here's a selection from across our regions. 
Variety: Action Park to be subject of new comedy series on Hulu: A notorious New Jersey theme park will become the subject of a new comedy series on Hulu. Variety is reporting the streaming service is developing a half-hour series based on a book about the legendary and dangerous Action Park.The park was nicknamed Accident Park due to the unsafe rides and attractions.
Police: Home surveillance video shows suspects attempting to break into cars in New Canaan driveway Home surveillance video shows a pair of suspects attempting to break into locked cars in the driveway of a New Canaan home. Police say the incident was recorded Wednesday around 2 a.m. by a surveillance camera at a home on Old Stamford Road. Investigators say luckily the cars in the driveway were locked, but that the suspects managed to break into unlocked vehicles on Leslie Lane and Mortimer Street Wednesday morning.
Greenlight CEO says app helps kids learn financial responsibility: News 12's Stone Grissom spoke with Timothy Sheehan, the co-founder and CEO of Greenlight - an app that allows parents to teach their children how to be financially responsible.
Ossining PD chief lauds body camera program for improving accountability, building trust: New York state troopers will now be required to wear body cameras while on patrol amid growing calls for reform and transparency in policing. The Ossining Police Department was the first agency in Westchester County to activate a body camera program. Chief Kevin Sylvester says the program helps improve officer accountability and builds trust with the community - both are now rally cries amid Black Lives Matter protests across the country.
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