Morning Newscast: September 15, 2008

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

It’s been a busy summer for police across Vermont investigating homicides from one end of the state to the other; Defense attorneys are resisting legal changes proposed by prosecutors in the wake of the Brooke Bennett kidnapping and murder; Governor John Lynch and lawmakers from both parties are announcing plans today to advance up to $10 million in state money to help New Hampshire families pay their winter heating bills;  The National Education Association’s Vermont chapter will make its endorsement today in the governor’s race;  The state Public Service Board is holding a public hearing tonight on Vermont Yankee’s bid for a 20-year license renewal.

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