Morning Newscast: October 7, 2008

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

One of Vermont’s oldest and most prestigious ski resorts could soon be sold off by its financially troubled parent company. American International Group has owned the Stowe Mountain Resort for years. And the insurance company recently announced that everything but its core business is for sale; The federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission has dismissed calls by anti-nuclear groups for an overhaul of its review process before it finishes processing license renewal applications from Vermont Yankee and three other plants; The man accused of kidnapping and killing Brooke Bennett, is due in court Wednesday to face new charges filed last week; New Hampshire received disaster assistance help from the Agriculture Department.

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