May 29: 5 non-COVID-19 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. 
UConn student accused in slayings waives extradition: The suspect accused in two Connecticut homicides who sparked a manhunt before his arrest in Maryland has waived extradition.
Police seek suspect who vandalized 'Impeach Cuomo' sign: The banner was posted on a building in the village of Port Jefferson.
FDNY offers kitchen safety tips to prevent fires: As many people are spending more time indoors lately, the FDNY is making tips available to help keep people safe.
Police take person of interest into custody in Brooklyn shooting: Authorities took into custody a person of interest in a shooting in the East New York section of the borough. 
NJ restaurant owner apologizes after photo of old signage resurfaces:  A Toms River restaurant issued an apology after an old photograph of a sign referencing police brutality resurfaced. The photo shows that an electronic sign was posted outside Rivoli’s Restaurant in Toms River with the words, “I can breathe, I obey the law.”