Things you need to know on November 6.

Thanks to MetroNews Source for the following.

  • The young man who died in a crash on Interstate 84 in Southbury is being identified as a 22-year-old Danbury man. Police say Austin Fiddner was driving east Wednesday morning when his car struck the back of a tractor trailer. The crash remains under investigation. Read more in the NewsTimes.com

 

  • Pack a snack. Connecticut's new Department of Motor Vehicles computer system is not making for a shorter trip to the DMV. The average wait time in September of this year was 98 minutes at state DMVs, up from 37 minutes in September of 2014.

 

  • The deaths of Jeffrey and Jeanette Navin are both officially homicides. Connecticut's state medical examiner ruled yesterday that the Navins both died from gunshot wounds. Courant.com

 

  • YouTube now supports "VR video." The new video feature will give users access to 360-degree videos that make you feel like you are in the scene. Users will need a smartphone and a Google Cardboard virtual-reality viewer to see the videos.

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