Evening Newscast: August 11, 2008

VT Judiciary and Douglas Administration square off over proposed budget cuts; enrollment for Catamount health falls short of projections; regional initiative aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions gaining ground in Northeast; NH fuel company fined $6,000 for 2 fuel spills in VT; Camp Ta-Kum-Ta moving from Colchester; Deborah Luskin on boomers caught between elderly parents and maturing children.

Another U.S. court rules against auto industry

Another federal court has ruled against the auto industry in its attempt to block regulation of greenhouse gas pollution from cars. The ruling today from a U.S. District Judge in California supports a September decision by a federal judge in Vermont.

Midday Newscast: October 26, 2007

After almost two years of work, the governor’s commission on climate change has laid out a detailed plan for how Vermont can reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 25% in five years; more…