Things you need to know on June 9.

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  • Officials say they have identified the final of seven bodies found behind a New Britain strip mall, the body of Marilyn Gonzalez, who was last seen in May of 2003. William Devin Howell is serving a 15-year prison term for the killing of another victim whose body was never found. Prosecutors say they are confident that Howell is responsible for the murders of all seven victims.
  • It could be a dream come true for some doughnut lovers! You may soon be able to order your "Dunkin' Donuts" online and have them delivered. The CEO of Dunkin' confirms testing of a delivery service is currently underway. If all goes according to plan, he says mobile ordering should be available by the end of the year. Homer Simpson is beside himself with glee.
  • An SAT college entry exam screw up is likely to affect thousands of students. The Washington Post is reporting that many students taking the SAT last Saturday found a mistake in the instructions about how much time they had to complete a section.The College Board, the group that makes the tests, released a statement apologizing for the confusion and said it's working on a fair solution. Click on THE COLLEGE BOARD for more info.
  • New ways announced to use your Apple Pay. Apple is opening its Apple Pay mobile wallet to store-branded credit and debit cards, and store loyalty cards. The company announced yesterday that Apple Pay will now accept credit cards from Kohl's, BJ's and JCPenney. It will also accept loyalty cards from Dunkin' Donuts and Walgreen's.

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