Morning Newscast: July 2, 2008

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Here are the top stories at 7:30 a.m.:

The man charged with going on a shooting rampage in Essex in 2006, shooting two teachers at an elementary school in addition to two others, has been ruled competent to stand trial;  The new owners of the Jay Peak ski area want to build a four season resort. They want to build another hotel, as well as a new water park and a bowling alley;  The former owner of the Killington and Mount Snow ski resorts in Vermont and others around the country has sold off its last property and gone out of business;  Governor John Lynch is signing the New Hampshire Online Child Safety Act this afternoon. The legislation designed to protect children from online predators and child pornographers.

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