Midday Newscast: September 10, 2008

State to expand eligibility for Food Stamp benefits this winter; Tom Costello says he thinks voters responded to his call to end the partisan bickering at the State House; Peter Welch says he’s grateful for the support people gave him after his first term in Congress;  more…

Democratic lt. governor’s race

The Primary Election is Tuesday and there are two Democrats running for lieutenant governor: former representative Tom Costello of Rutland and businessman Nate Freeman of Northfield.  We’ll find out what they would do as lieutenant governor, and why they want to challenge incumbent Republican Brian Dubie.

Midday Newscast: July 7, 2008

U.S. Border agent shoots at three suspects in Derby Line; Congressional delegation seeks assistance to help poor families heat their homes; Thomas Costello says he plans to run for lieutenant governor;  student loan rates are going down.

Morning Newscast: July 7, 2008

Here are the top stories at 7:30 a.m.: The Asa Bloomer state office building in Rutland will reopen today;  A second Democrat is entering the race for Vermont’s lieutenant governor…

Second Democrat enters Lt. Gov. race

A second Democrat is entering the race for Vermont’s lieutenant governor, setting up a primary race to choose a candidate to challenge Republican incumbent Brian Dubie.