Morning Newscast: November 16, 2007

Print More

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

Vermont has joined five other states in asking the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to consider the threat of terrorism and earthquakes when nuclear plants apply to have their licenses renewed; aaleria Vinnikova, the fiancé of a Dartmouth College coach, is free after spending a month in jail for a minor visa violation, but Vinnikova and her lawyers say her situation is not unique; and the mayor of a Barre isn’t giving up on efforts to persuade the organizers of a Martin Luther King, Jr., memorial to use some of its granite.


Comments are closed.