Midday Newscast: November 11, 2008

Veterans Day is being observed across Vermont today; a dramatic increase in the number of Vermont voters who used an early ballot for last week’s election; Jean Charles of Lyndonville wants to raise money to help families whose children were killed last week when a school in Haiti collapsed.

Midday Newscast: July 24, 2008

Heavy rain is expected to continue sweeping across the region this afternoon; an Iraq war veteran formally announced his campaign for the U.S. House;  the Vermont National Guard is being recognized in Washington for its program to help veterans who return from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan; Andrew Wheating prepares to head off to the Olympics.

Morning Newscast: July 24, 2008

Here are the top stories at 7:30 a.m.: Vermont leads the nation in helping service members when they come home;  Officials predict the power won’t be as cheap as it is now in the near future;  The first Vermont municipality to pass an ordinance restricting where sex offenders may live within its borders is expected to draw a legal challenge…

Vermont leads the nation in helping veterans

Vermont has suffered the highest proportion of casualties from the Iraq War of any state. But it leads the nation in helping service members when they come home. Tanya Snyder reports from Washington.