Evening Newscast: Aug. 13, 2008

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High demand and bad weather have made it difficult for many Vermonters who want to heat their homes with wood this winter; Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gaye Symington and Republican governor Jim Douglas strongly disagree over the most effective way to combat sex crimes in Vermont; the man accused of kidnapping 12-year-old Brooke Bennett waived a preliminary hearing; ubernatorial candidate Anthony Pollina’s recent switch from Progressive to independent may force him into giving back some of his campaign contributions; Commentator Paul Richardson has been following the conflict between Russia and Ossetia, noting differences in US and Russian media coverage.

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