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    Metropolitan police have named a suspect in the fatally stabbing of a man—who interns for a Connecticut lawmaker— on a Metro train at the NoMa-Gallaudet Metro station Saturday afternoon.

    Police have issued an arrest warrant for Jasper Spires for first-degree murder while armed. Investigators said if anyone see or knows where Spires can be located to call 911 and not approach or attempt to apprehend him.

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    The stabbing victim has been identified as Kevin Joseph Sutherland, 24, of northeast Washington, D.C.

    Metropolitan police said they were alerted by Metro Transit officers that Sutherland had been stabbed on a train. When they arrived at the station, in the 200 block of Florida Avenue, NE, they found him suffering from stab wounds.

    Sutherland had no signs of life at the scene, fire and emergency services personnel said.

    Investigators had initially released a lookout for the suspect, but that description was later found to be incorrect.

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    The American University Student Government issued a statement on Sunday, mourning Sutherland's death.

    "Kevin Sutherland was truly the best of us," said AUSG President Sasha Gilthorpe in the statement. "He was incredibly kind. He was utterly and completely devoted to his friends. He used his intelligence and his talents to be a champion for what he believed in. We are all better for knowing Kevin."

    The statement said Sutherland was an American University alumnus and two-time student government secretary.

    According to his LinkedIn website, Sutherland served as an intern for Rep. Jim Hines (D-CT) in 2008 and 2010. Hines tweeted out his sympathies to the family.

    Sutherland was employed at New Blue Interactive at the time of his death.

    "It is with a heavy heart that we announce the loss of our dear employee and friend Kevin Sutherland," said a statement from New Blue Interactive on their Facebook page. "We are heartbroken to hear of his passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with his entire family during this difficult time."

    Stay with News4 and NBCWashington for more on this developing story.


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    Kevin Sutherland (r) is seen pictured in this photo with U.S. Rep. Jim Himes of Connecticut; Sutherland had interned with the Congressman. Sutherland was fatally stabbed on a Metro train Saturday afternoon.Kevin Sutherland (r) is seen pictured in this photo with U.S. Rep. Jim Himes of Connecticut; Sutherland had interned with the Congressman. Sutherland was fatally stabbed on a Metro train Saturday afternoon.

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    Fire crews battle a brush fire in Oakland Hills on Saturday afternoon.Fire crews battle a brush fire in Oakland Hills on Saturday afternoon.

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  • 07/05/15--17:23: Bus Catches Fire on Turnpike

  • A bus caught fire on the NJ Turnpike in Salem County Sunday.

    The fire started on an Academy bus at 5:25 p.m. in the northbound lanes of the Turnpike in Oldmans Township, New Jersey. 

    A video and photo posted by witnesses show passengers standing in a wooded area as flames rise from the bus. No injuries have been reported and the flames were placed under control around 5:45 p.m. 

    The fire caused major traffic delays on the Turnpike. Officials continue to investigate. 



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    The U.S. women's soccer team won its third World Cup ever. Meet the team.

    Photo Credit: Getty Images

    Alyssa Naeher of the USA Women's Soccer Team works out during a training session on February 9, 2011 on the campus of Barry University in Miami Shores, Florida.Alyssa Naeher of the USA Women's Soccer Team works out during a training session on February 9, 2011 on the campus of Barry University in Miami Shores, Florida.

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    The United States defeated Japan 5-2 to win the 2015 World Cup in Vancouver.

    Photo Credit: FRANCK FIFE/AFP/Getty Images

    USA players celebrate their victory in the final football match between USA and Japan during the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup at the BC Place Stadium in Vancouver on July 5, 2015. USA won 5-2.USA players celebrate their victory in the final football match between USA and Japan during the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup at the BC Place Stadium in Vancouver on July 5, 2015. USA won 5-2.

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    A body has been recovered after a canoeing accident on the Housatonic River in Cornwall Sunday.

    State police and Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Environmental Conservation police initally were investigating reports of a missing canoer near the covered bridge on Route 7 in Cornwall. They later said it was no longer a water search and that they were instead investigating a boating accident.

    A canoe capsized on the river Sunday afternoon with three people on board, according to DEEP. Two people made it safely to shore, but the body of the third person was recovered later in the afternoon.

    Crews on scene confirmed the body found was the missing canoer.

    No further details were immediately available and the body has not been identified at this time.

    Litchfield County Dispatch sent Cornwall fire and ambulance and firefighters from Goshen and Bantam to help with the investigation. They were working to get a dive team and search boat in the water earlier on Sunday.



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    A body has been recovered after a canoeing accident in Cornwall on the Housatonic River.A body has been recovered after a canoeing accident in Cornwall on the Housatonic River.

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    New Haven officials are launching a new program called "Go New Haven, Go" and city leaders say the goal is to make New Haven a healthier, more sustainable place by encouraging people to find ways to get around the Elm City without using a car.

    Officials want more people to take advantage of transportation alternatives like biking, walking, carpooling and taking mass transit. Through the program, they'll be rewarding people who take advantage of those options.

    "Really, I think people are happier when they’re out and about – especially in the summertime," said New Haven Mayor Toni Harp. "“Really I think people are happier when they’re out and about – especially in the summertime."

    Some of the rewards include free trial rides on some of the mass transit options and also discounts on fares.

    Part of the goal of "Go New Haven, Go" is to get residents to see that these options are healthier, cleaner and cheaper than driving. They can lead to lower public health costs and make New Haven a more active city.

    "What we’d like to think about in New Haven is, how best do we have pulse points and transit options and transit stations to better serve our customers that are riding the bus?" explained New Haven Transportation, Traffic & Parking Director Doug Hausladen.
     

    More information is available at www.goNHgo.org.



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    New London police have arrested two women accused of assaulting a woman and stabbing a man in the chest.

    Police responded to a home on Williams Street just after 8 p.m. on the Fourth of July to investigate a domestic type disturbance and determined that two women assaulted one woman.

    One of the assailants also stabbed a male victim twice in the chest, police said.

    Minera Bell, 33, of New London, is charged with assault in the second degree for stabbing the male, assault in the third degree and breach of peace.

    She is being held in lieu of $50,000 bond.

    Tierra Moore, 32, of New London, was charged with breach of peace. She was released on a $1,000 non-surety bond.

    The male victim was treated at Lawrence and Memorial Hospital and released.
     



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    Minera Bell and Tierra Moore have been arrested after an attack and stabbing in New London, police said.Minera Bell and Tierra Moore have been arrested after an attack and stabbing in New London, police said.

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    Stamford police are seeking the public's help in locating an armed robbery suspect who assaulted two female employees at Mega Express Check Cashing Business and robbed money from the store at gunpoint.

    The suspect, who has been identified as Parim Vrzivoly, 35, of 631 Fairfield Ave., Stamford, waited for the 341 West Main St. for two female employees to unlock the front door when the business opened on Friday, July 3 and then pulled a handgun on them and pushed them to the back of the store, police said. He kept the gun pointed at them as he struck and kicked them and demanded they open the safe, according to police.

    Vrzivoly made off with an undisclosed amount of cash from the safe and fled on foot in the direction of Wilson Street, police said.

    Stamford police processed the scene and reviewed surveillance footage. They also found evidence that identified Vrzivoly as the suspect and obtained a warrant charging him with first-degree robbery.

    Police swarmed his Fairfield Avenue home, but couldn't find him. They learned he may be staying at a New York City hotel and driving a black 2008 Jeep Wrangler with Connecticut plates marked 897-WTF.

    Vrzivoly remains at large and Stamford police are still searching for him.

    Police described Vrzivoly as 5-foot-10, 190 pounds and 30 35 years old, according to police. He was wearing a black Under Armour hat, a maroon hooded sweatshirt and dark shorts and had his hood up over the hat, police said. He also had a dark backpack with him.



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    A water main on Adams Street South in Manchester is broken and crews are working on repairing it as quickly as possible.

    Officials from the water department said they learned of the break around 8:30 a.m.

    It’s not clear how many customers are affected, but do not expect that many are without water.



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    A water main on Adams Street South in Manchester is broken and crews are working on repairing it as quickly as possible.A water main on Adams Street South in Manchester is broken and crews are working on repairing it as quickly as possible.

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    State police stopped a car on Interstate 84 East in Union on Thursday night and found more than 1,000 bags of heroin, as well as 10 bags of crack cocaine.

    Police said state troopers stopped a gray 2002 Volkswagen Passat on I-84 East near the exit 72 off-ramp around 7:30 p.m. on Thursday because of emissions issues and noticed drug paraphernalia on the floor, police said.

    Inside the car, police found around 1,055 bags of heroin, around 10 bags of crack cocaine packaged to sell, narcotics paraphernalia and approximately $800 cash, police said.

    The driver, Zachary Monahan, 27, of Dudley, Massachusetts, and his passenger, Joshua Mimande, 26, of North Grosvenordale, were both taken into custody and transported to Troop C, where they were processed and charged.

    Both were charged with heroin possession, possession of heroin with intent to sell, cocaine possession, possession of cocaine heroin with intent to sell and possession of drug paraphernalia.

    Police seized the heroin, crack cocaine, narcotics paraphernalia and cash as evidence and transported to Troop C.

    Monahan and Mimande were held on $250,000 bond and are due in Rockville Superior Court on July 6.
     



    Photo Credit: Connecticut State Police

    Police found more than 1,000 bags of heroin during a traffic stop in Union.Police found more than 1,000 bags of heroin during a traffic stop in Union.

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    Oreos are getting a skinny new look, and its maker says the new cookie is a "sophisticated" snack for grown-ups that isn't meant to be twisted or dunked.

    Mondelez International Inc. says it will add "Oreo Thins" to its permanent lineup in the U.S. starting next week. The cookies look like regular Oreos and have a similar cookie-to-filling ratio, except that they're slimmer. That means four of the cookies contain 140 calories, compared with 160 calories for three regular Oreos.

    And since they're for adults, Oreo says they weren't designed to be twisted open or dunked. That's even though about half of customers pull apart regular Oreos before eating them, according to the company.

    "If people want to do that, it's clearly up to them," said Janda Lukin, senior director of Oreo for North America at parent company Mondelez International.

    In explaining what exactly made them more grown-up, she said that if regular Oreos are like pancakes, then Oreo Thins would be like crepes.

    Despite having fewer calories per serving, Mondelez says the new cookies aren't meant to be a diet snack. Still, the "Thins" name could be a stealth way to appeal to people who want to watch their weight, without the stigma of being seen as a diet food.

    Although the original Oreos started in the U.S. in 1912, Americans won't be the first to taste the Thins. The slimmer cookies were rolled out last year in China to address the company's tumbling cookie sales in the country.

    Lukin said the slimmer cookies helped win back "lapsed users" in China, or younger women who wanted something that wasn't quite as rich. In the first eight months, she said Oreo Thins generated $40 million in sales.

    During a conference call in April, Mondelez CEO Irene Rosenfeld had noted the success of the Thins in China and said the company would make them available "around the world."

    The Thins could help the company's North American cookie business, which declined in the first three months of this year. Mondelez said the Thins will be available starting July 13, and that they'll cost the same as regular Oreos.

    Lukin noted that it took months for the company to perfect manufacturing for the Thins. Early on, she said 60 percent of the cookies were breaking, but that the rate eventually came down to 3 percent. 



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    This product image provided by Mondelez shows the packaging design for This product image provided by Mondelez shows the packaging design for "Oreo Thins." Mondelez International Inc. says it will add "Oreo Thins," which have a similar cookie-to-filling ratio as regular Oreos, except that they're slimmer, to its permanent lineup in the U.S. starting next week.

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    It was a beautiful life for the U.S. women's soccer team Sunday night as they defeated Japan 5-2 to claim their record third World Cup title at the close of Fourth of July weekend. But the players weren't the only American idols representing the United States in Vancouver.

    American Idol winner and Guilford native Nick Fradiani is also living the beautiful life, known for his radio hit song by that name, most recently performing in the FIFA Fan Zone in Vancouver during the World Cup festivities on the Fourth of July, according to his Facebook page. His band, Beach Avenue, including percussionist Ryan Zipp, of Hamden, and guitarist/mandolin player/singer Nick Abraham, of Fairfield, backed him for the show. One of the songs they performed was "Beautiful Life," as seen in this YouTube video posted under the account, Elizabeth Rosalyn The.

    Fradiani performed a free, three-song show for World Cup fans in the fan zone that was televised on FOX, the network that airs "American Idol." FOX Sports broadcasted the World Cup tournament.

    His song, "Beautiful Life" was Fox Sports' official anthem for World Cup coverage, producing a music video featuring him singing and the U.S. women's soccer team as a promo for the World Cup.

    Before Fradiani was crowned American Idol, he and his band gained national recognition for competing on "America's Got Talent," which airs on the NBC network. NBC Connecticut is an NBC-owned station.

    Fradiani returned to Connecticut after his "American Idol" win to play some of his first concerts in Hartford at The Russian Lady for 96.5 TIC's Acoustic Cafe and Spotlight Theatres on Front Street, which hosted many watch parties during the run of the season.

    Next, Fradiani will travel across the country to perform on the "American Idol" tour from July 7 to Aug. 28. The closest locations to Connecticut the tour stops at are in Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, New Hampshire and Maine.



    Photo Credit: Jessie Sawyer/NBCConnecticut.com

    "American Idol" winner Nick Fradiani played with Beach Avenue band members Ryan Zipp and Nick Abraham at iHeart Radio's Dunkin Donuts Lounge at Spotlight Theatres on Front Street in Hartford on March 28, 2015. It was his second performance in Connecticut since winning "American Idol," and his father, Nick Fradiani Sr. played with the band for a song. Fans had to win tickets from one of the involved radio stations to go.

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    Metropolitan Police in Washington, D.C. have arrested a suspect in the fatal stabbing of a 24-year-old man – who had interned for U.S. Rep. Jim Himes, of Connecticut – aboard a Metro train Saturday afternoon.

    Police had issued an arrest warrant for Jasper Spires for first-degree murder while armed and are now confirming the identity of the person they arrested. 

    The victim is Kevin Joseph Sutherland, 24, of Northeast D.C. Sutherland was a graduate of American University.

    Metropolitan Police said they were alerted by Metro Transit officers that Sutherland had been stabbed on a train and arrived at the at the NoMa-Gallaudet station in the 200 block of Florida Avenue NE to find Sutherland suffering from stab wounds.

    Sutherland had no signs of life at the scene, fire and emergency services personnel said.

    The American University Student Government (AUSG) issued a statement on Sunday, mourning Sutherland's death.

    "Kevin Sutherland was truly the best of us," said AUSG President Sasha Gilthorpe in the statement. "He was incredibly kind. He was utterly and completely devoted to his friends. He used his intelligence and his talents to be a champion for what he believed in. We are all better for knowing Kevin."

    The statement said Sutherland was an American University alumnus and two-time student government secretary.

    According to his LinkedIn website, Sutherland served as an intern for Rep. Jim Himes, a Democrat from Connecticut, in 2008 and 2010. Himes tweeted out his sympathies to the family.

    Sutherland was employed at New Blue Interactive at the time of his death.

    "It is with a heavy heart that we announce the loss of our dear employee and friend Kevin Sutherland," said a statement from New Blue Interactive on their Facebook page. "We are heartbroken to hear of his passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with his entire family during this difficult time."



    Photo Credit: Metropolitan Police Department
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    The man who hit a police officer with a car after Naugatuck's fireworks show on Thursday admitted to hitting the officer and police are in the process of applying for an arrest warrant, police said.

    The driver, who was going south on Church Street in Naugatuck, ignored a police officer who signaled for him to stop around 9:45 p.m., went through the intersection with Maple Street and almost hit pedestrians crossing the street as well as that officer, police said.

    When the vehicle got stuck in traffic on the eastbound side of Maple Street near the Maple Street Bridge by Nardelli's, three more police officers confronted the driver and commanded him to stop, but he wouldn't obey police orders, police said.

    Instead the man "aggressively maneuvered the car back and forward several times and jumped the sidewalk located on the bridge," police said.

    "I was shocked and surprised when I heard what had happened, it's just so disrespectful to the police officers, and the community," Diane Nardelli said. "I can't believe someone would actually do something like that."

    When the car went onto the sidewalk, the vehicle hit a police officer in the leg. The driver then sped east on Maple Street in the direction of May Street, police said.

    The Naugatuck police officer, whose name hasn't been released, was treated at the hospital for minor leg and ankle injuries and released from the hospital. He wasn't seriously injured.

    Police interviewed the driver when he was in custody on other charges over the weekend and he confessed to driving the vehicle that hit the officer, police said.

    Officers are drafting a search warrant for the car and an arrest warrant for the driver. His name has not been released.



    Photo Credit: Naugatuck Police Department

    Naugatuck police are asking for the public's help in identifying a male driver who they say hit a police officer with a car after the town's fireworks show on Thursday.Naugatuck police are asking for the public's help in identifying a male driver who they say hit a police officer with a car after the town's fireworks show on Thursday.

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  • 07/06/15--13:44: NY Woman Is World's Oldest

  • A Brooklyn centenarian celebrated her 116th birthday Monday by being certified as the world's oldest living person. 

    Guinness World Records presented Susannah Mushatt Jones with a certificate naming her the world's oldest person on Friday, three days ahead of her birthday. Jones takes the title for oldest woman from Jerlean Talley, a Michigan woman who died in June at 116.

    The recordkeeping organization said that Jones is celebrating her milestone Monday with family and again on Tuesday with members of her housing community. 

    Jones was born July 6, 1899. At that time, the Spanish-American War had just ended, William McKinley was president and "automobile" was still a new term.

    Jones was the daughter of Alabama sharecroppers and the third of 11 children, all of whom she has outlived. She moved to New York City during the Roaring Twenties and has more than 100 nieces and nephews.

    "Are you an old lady or a young lady?" asked her niece Lois Judge during an interview earlier this year with NBC 4 New York's Roseanne Colletti.

    "I'm old," Jones said.

    Judge said Jones credits her longevity to not drinking, smoking or partying.


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    One of the women on the new World Cup-winning US. Women’s soccer team is from right here in Seymour, Connecticut.

    Alyssa Naeher is a backup goalie for Team USA.

    Her parents are overjoyed at their daughter’s success after so many years of hard work.

    “It was amazing last night. We watched it with family and friends. The excitement was just crazy," John Naeher, Alyssa’s father, said a day over the national team's 5-2 victory over Japan.

    Alyssa's mom was also proud.

    “For a mom to see your daughter have a dream in her heart and then actually just pursue it and get there, it's amazing” said Donna Lynn Naeher, Alyssa’s mother.

    NBC Connecticut’s Leslie Mayes interviewed the Naehers outside Bridgeport Hospital where they gathered Monday morning to celebrate another big day for their family, one of Alyssa’s sisters gave birth just hours after the big game.

    “Unbelievable, I don’t know if you can say too many blessings” said a very happy Donna Lynn.
    In the Seymour neighborhood the Naehers call home.

    Neighbors say Alyssa’s always been a great girl and they’re extremely proud of their hometown champion.

    “We’re so excited, we’re so proud. We’ve been following the games because of Alyssa” said Valerie Iott who lives right across the street from the Naeher family home.

    “It’s mind-blowing. Small town Seymour won the World Cup” Ethan Lott said.

    The community is especially looking forward to when Alyssa returns home to Seymour, to give her and all of Team USA well deserved praise for their victory.



    Photo Credit: Getty Images

    Alyssa Naeher of the USA Women's Soccer Team works out during a training session on February 9, 2011 on the campus of Barry University in Miami Shores, Florida.Alyssa Naeher of the USA Women's Soccer Team works out during a training session on February 9, 2011 on the campus of Barry University in Miami Shores, Florida.

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    Police have arrested a man accused of firing bullets into a child's bedroom door and the parking lot of a church in Hartford in May.

    Hartford police said Angel Almodovar, 22, of Hartford, fired several rounds into an apartment where children live at 29 Seyms Street on May 10. According to police, one of the bullets became lodged into a child's door jam.

    Officers responding to the scene found four .45-caliber shell casings as well five live .45 caliber rounds of ammunition, according to police

    Police arrested Almodovar on Thursday and charged him with first-degree criminal attempted assault with a firearm, carrying a pistol without a permit, unlawful discharge of a firearm, reckless endangerment in the first degree and risk of injury to a minor.

    Bond was set at $1 million.


    Someone fired a bullet into a child’s bedroom door in Hartford and more in the parking lot of a church on Sunday, according to police, who have arrested a suspect.Someone fired a bullet into a child’s bedroom door in Hartford and more in the parking lot of a church on Sunday, according to police, who have arrested a suspect.

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    Convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has filed a motion for a new trial, despite personally admitting his guilt in court as he was formally sentenced to death for his role in the bombings and manhunt that left four people dead.

    The motion was filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Boston.

    "A new trial is required in the interests of justice and judgments notwithstanding the verdict are required as a matter of evidentiary insufficiency," the motion reads.

    Tsarnaev's lawyers said the motion was filed following the court's suggestion at a status conference, as a placeholder to address the court's concerns about ensuring compliance with time and preservation requirements.

    Necn legal analyst and Massachusetts School of Law Associate Dean Michael Coyne says it's not unusual that this initial filing does not give specific grounds for the request for a new trial.

    "I don't think they're suggesting there's newly discovered evidence, but they are suggesting that justice requires a new trial because of the insufficiency of the evidence as they see it with respect to the charges that the defendant was convicted of," Coyne said.

    The court had given Tsarnaev until Aug. 17 to submit any post-trial motions and supporting material. Additional filings are expected before that date.

    Tsarnaev was formally sentenced to death on June 24.

    In May, a federal jury condemned Tsarnaev to die for bombing the 2013 marathon with his brother, Tamerlan. Three people were killed and more than 260 were injured when the brothers detonated two pressure-cooker bombs near the finish line.



    Photo Credit: AP

    In this courtroom sketch, Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is depicted sitting in federal court in Boston Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014, for a final hearing before his trial begins in January. Tsarnaev is charged with the April 2013 attack that killed three people and injured more than 260. He could face the death penalty if convicted.  (AP Photo/Jane Flavell Collins)In this courtroom sketch, Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is depicted sitting in federal court in Boston Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014, for a final hearing before his trial begins in January. Tsarnaev is charged with the April 2013 attack that killed three people and injured more than 260. He could face the death penalty if convicted. (AP Photo/Jane Flavell Collins)

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  • 07/06/15--15:32: Wildfire Smoke Filtering Sun

  • Notice the hazy, faded or milky appearance to the sky today? You’re not alone.

    While some high clouds obscured the sun, they weren’t the only thing in play.

    Many large wildfires are burning in Canada and Alaska, and that’s largely where the atmospheric flow has been coming from.

    Alberta, Canada has more than two dozen fires that are each burning more than 6,000 acres according to information from the Alberta Forest Protection Division.

    Meanwhile, the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service reports Alaska has 28 uncontained large wildfires.

    NBC Connecticut’s network of high definition sky cams captured the abnormal look to the sky Monday afternoon. You can view photographs in the gallery above.

    According to Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, the air quality index is moderate, which is mainly due to fine particles.

    Moving forward, clouds will dominate on Tuesday and Wednesday so any lingering smoke won’t be as noticeable in the sky.
     


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