June 5: 5 non-COVID stories from across the tri-state region
Looking for some stories that are not about the coronavirus? Here's a selection of stories from across our regions.
Kane in Your Corner investigation exposes unemployment benefits that are ‘too good to be true': The weekly unemployment stats announced by the New Jersey Department of Labor claim people receive unemployment benefits before they really do, a Kane In Your Corner finds.
Connecticut officer involved in 2019 fatal shooting resigns: An officer who was cleared of wrongdoing in a fatal shooting last year of an 18-year-old driver has resigned from a central Connecticut police department.
Long Island restaurant owner apologizes for remarks on George Floyd protesters: The owner of Tutto Pazzo restaurant in Huntington has issued a video apology on YouTube after his remarks about George Floyd protesters drew anger from the local community and nationwide.
Owner says $100K of merchandise stolen in Kingsbridge jewelry store robbery: A jewelry store in Kingsbridge was broken into and robbed on the same night that looting and vandalism took place throughout Fordham, Burnside Avenue and other areas of the Bronx.
Wild weather takes down trees and power lines across the Hudson Valley: Hundreds were left without power after June storms swept through the area.