Morning Newscast: October 15, 2007

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

 A study says the state of Vermont needs to pay more to foster parents of children in state custody; the town is Sutton considering a plan to use the old Burke Lumber Mill site for a plant that would produce wood chips and pellets; real estate brokers say both buyers and sellers can make out well with the right strategy; the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife is going to treat the Poultney and Hubbardton rivers for lamprey as soon the water levels in the rivers are high enough; the Vermont State Police are searching for a man suspected of invading the home of an elderly Rutland woman this morning; and a funeral is planned for tomorrow in Waitsfield for Werner von Trapp.

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