Morning Newscast: August 6, 2008

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Here are the top stories at noon:

Gov. Jim Douglas says he wants heavy trucks to be able to use the Interstate 89 bridge between Vermont and New Hampshire; IBM is reducing pay for some of its shift workers at its semiconductor plant in Essex Junction; AIDS advocates say they hope the more accurate statistics will mean the federal government will do a better job of addressing the pandemic in the next year;  Northeastern governors are asking President Bush to release $120 million in contingency funds for the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program; The man who modeled for one of artist Norman Rockwell’s iconic Boy Scout paintings during World War II, has died. He was 82.

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