Mon 23-MAR-2015 Early A.M. News Script

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Good Morning, I'm Eva McKend!

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We begin this morning with an update on an attack that shocked the Burlington community. The man accused of nearly beating his wife to death with a baseball bat -- is scheduled to change his plea this morning. Colleen Bray survived the attack at their Burlington home in 20-13. Prosecutors say it was premeditated -- and charged James ((SKA ROLL AHH)) Scarola with aggravated attempted murder. Chittenden County State's Attorney T-J Donovan says (SKA ROLL AHH)) Scarola will change his plea today. We'll be at court for that announcement -- and we'll bring you the latest information on this case as it comes in.

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A South Burlington police officer is on administrative leave this morning -- accused of driving drunk. Colchester police say 47-year-old Jeffery Martel had a blood alcohol content of point-1-3-3 when he crashed his van into a telephone pole on Route 15 early Sunday morning. Martel was not hurt. He has worked with South Burlington police for about 18 years.

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In a statement, South Burlington's Police Chief, Trevor Whipple, said QUOTE: "This is a serious allegation. A criminal investigation is being conducted by C-P-D. A second investigation of potential violation of SBPD General Orders and personnel policies is being conducted by SBPD. Lieutenant Martel has been placed on administrative leave until further notice."

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Imagine breaking down on the side of the road -- and then almost getting robbed! That's what police in Cavendish say happened late last night. They say a woman's car broke down on Route 103 in the Proctorsville Gulf -- and a man stopped to help her get it started. But after he did -- he asked her for money. And when she didn't give him any -- he attacked her. She was able to drive away and call police. They're now looking for a slender white man, about 5-10 with shoulder-length dirty blonde hair. They say he had acne scars and a raspy voice. If you know who he is -- contact police.

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Still way too cold & blustery today. Warmer with sunshine on Tuesday. Frontal system coming at us Wednesday with rain showers late, and into Thursday. Cold air comes back in Thursday night into Friday with some rain/snow showers. A few flurries Saturday morning, then partly sunny rest of weekend, but still chilly.

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Good morning, I'm Cat Viglienzoni. We have breaking news this morning -- a skier dies on the slopes at Killington Resort. State police say Terrance Scott of Nashua, New Hampshire was skiing with family and friends Saturday afternoon when he lost control and crashed into multiple trees -- knocking off his helmet. The 23-year-old died at the resort. He was described as an expert skier. That was one of two skier accidents on Vermont slopes Saturday. The other was at Sugarbush Resort. Someone was airlifted after a serious accident there. We're still waiting for information on their condition.

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The man accused of nearly beating his wife to death with a baseball bat -- is scheduled to change his plea this morning. Colleen Bray survived the attack at their Burlington home in 20-13. Prosecutors say it was premeditated -- and charged James Scarola with aggravated attempted murder. Chittenden County State's Attorney T-J Donovan says Scarola will change his plea today. Eva McKend will be at court for that announcement -- and we'll bring you the latest information on this case as it comes in.

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A South Burlington police officer is on administrative leave this morning -- accused of driving drunk. Colchester police say 47-year-old Jeffery Martel had a blood alcohol content of point-1-3-3 when he crashed his van into a telephone pole on Route 15 early Sunday morning. Martel was not hurt. He has worked with South Burlington police for about 18 years.

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It used to be called Maple Leaf Farm. A residential treatment facility in Underhill for those addicted to alcohol. But times have changed and so has the center. It is now called Maple Leaf Treatment Center to reflect the shift in services to people also struggling with drug addiction. Center Director Bill Young says when he started working there 10 years ago -- 80 percent of the people there were alcoholics. About 20 percent abused opiates.

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(( tile JOE_7232_01 Bill Young/Maple Leaf Treatment Center 00:29:51:00 " It has reversed itself today in the last three years we have had a 60 percent increase in opiate addicts being admitted to treatment and there are lots of days now where 80 percent of the folks in treatment are opiate addicts. 00:30:07:08 so you can't overstate what a dramatic change we have seen. "00:30:15:03)) Bill Young will talk more about changes at Maple Leaf to help opiate addicts successfully kick their habits -- tonight on The Thirty at 5:30.

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A conference in Burlington today is tackling Vermont's energy relationship with our neighbors to the north. Quebec provides Vermont with its largest source of power -- through hydro-electricity. Hydro Quebec and Gaz Metro -- which owns Green Mountain Power and Vermont Gas -- are based in Quebec. Governor Shumlin and Quebec's Premier are both expected to participate in a discussion about energy issues this evening.

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Still way too cold & blustery today. Warmer with sunshine on Tuesday. Frontal system coming at us Wednesday with rain showers late, and into Thursday. Cold air comes back in Thursday night into Friday with some rain/snow showers. A few flurries Saturday morning, then partly sunny rest of weekend, but still chilly.

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Good morning it's 5:00 -- I'm ... And I'm ... Gary Sadowsky starts us off this morning with quick check on the weather.

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We begin this morning with an update on an attack that shocked the Burlington community. The man accused of nearly beating his wife to death with a baseball bat -- is scheduled to change his plea this morning. Colleen Bray survived the attack at their Burlington home in 20-13. Prosecutors say it was premeditated -- and charged James Scarola with aggravated attempted murder. Chittenden County State's Attorney T-J Donovan says Scarola will change his plea today. We'll be at court for that announcement -- and we'll bring you the latest information on this case as it comes in.

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A South Burlington police officer is on administrative leave this morning -- after police say he crashed his car while driving drunk. As Rose Spillman tells us -- it's the latest in a string of similar incidents.

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Early Sunday morning, according to authorities, a lieutenant with the South Burlington Police Department crashed his personal car on College Parkway in Colchester. (00:38:55 9278) ((Sgt. Francis Gonyaw/Colchester Police Department "That vehicle was involved with a telephone pole, striking and colliding with a telephone pole on route 15 in Colchester." 00:39:02)) The driver, Jeffrey Martel was the only person in the car, was not injured. Colchester police responded. (00:39:20 9278) ((Sgt. Francis Gonyaw/Colchester Police Department "Officers conducted further investigation upon their arrival, determined that Mr. Martel had been drinking alcohol." 00:39:28)) Martel-- who was not in uniform at the time-- was interviewed at the scene and arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence. Police say he later produced a Blood Alcohol Content of .133 percent. Martel was first hired in South Burlington in 1997. South Burlington's Police Chief, Trevor Whipple, released the following statement in connection with the arrest: This is a serious allegation. A criminal investigation is being conducted by Colchester Police Department. A second investigation of potential violation of SBPD General Orders and personnel policies is being conducted by SBPD. Lieutenant Martel has been placed on administrative leave until further notice. The is the third case involving alleged misconduct of law enforcement in Vermont-- in as many weeks. Recently, a newly-hired police officer in Rutland was suspended after being arrested for driving drunk. He was not on duty at the time of the incident. And, earlier this month, an investigation was launched involving a trooper with the Vermont State Police, involving an alcohol-related incident while on the job- though an arrest has not been made. Martel was released on a citation for driving under the influence, 1st offense. (nats: we are investigating)) Rose Spillman, Channel 3 News, Burlington.

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Imagine breaking down on the side of the road -- and then almost getting robbed! That's what police in Cavendish say happened late last night. They say a woman's car broke down on Route 103 in the Proctorsville Gulf -- and a man stopped to help her get it started. But after he did -- he asked her for money. And when she didn't give him any -- he attacked her. She was able to drive away and call police. They're now looking for a slender white man, about 5-10 with shoulder-length dirty blonde hair. They say he had acne scars and a raspy voice. If you know who he is -- contact police.

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We're expecting to learn more today about plans to close two dispatch centers in Derby and Rutland. Governor Shumlin says it would save nearly two million dollars during a budget crunch. 30 dispatchers would lose their jobs. The state employees union -- and first responders -- are protesting the plan. The House Budget Committee is meeting today -- to work on an alternative.

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Landlords can face an uphill battle trying to get an unwanted tenant out of a home. But as Alex Apple tells us -- that process could soon change.

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After months of frustrations and legal battles Ralph and Sean Garbart are finally back in their home. (09:04:10 JUNE 2014 )((Ralph and Sean Garbart/Homeowner "It says here the tenant shall not sublet the whole, or part of the residence without the landlord's written consent.")) The Garbarts were renting their home in early 2014 when their tenants subletted the old Berlin schoolhouse -- to a couple that refused to leave -- and never paid rent. (51:40 Rep. Kesha Ram/D-Burlington)(("We 've heard more and more cases of where landlord/tenant law is not working for people.")) Now Representative Kesha Ram has a proposal -- a bill that she hopes would make it easier for landlords to keep out unwanted tenants. (51:01 Rep. Kesha Ram/D-Burlington)(("Ev ery time we look at landlord/tenant law, we try to look at it with an eye toward where we find balance.")) Ram's proposed bill does two things: it makes it illegal for a tenant to sublet without the landlord's approval. And it attempts to ensure tenants "quiet enjoyment" of their residence -- free of persistent problems caused by others living in the building. (47:28 Rep. Kesha Ram/D-Burlington)(("Wh at that does is limit liability and protect those tenants as well as give the landlord the information they need in case there is a problem.")) (03:05 Angela Zaikowski/Director Vt. Apartment Owners Association)(("Landlor ds would still be in a position of having to send a termination notice which right now is a 30 day notice for breach of lease.")) Angela Zaikowski -- the director of the Vermont Apartment Owners Association -- does not currently support the bill over questions about the bill's balance. (01:17 Angela Zaikowski/Director Vt. Apartment Owners Association)(("Because that's ultimately something that we're looking for is something that's fair to landlords, something that's fair to tenants.")) The proposal does not speed up the legal process for enforcing the terms of a lease -- renters must wait 30 days before they can even start the eviction process. (07:12 Angela Zaikowski/Director Vt. Apartment Owners Association)(("This bill does not give the landlords additional tools to help them police these problems, to help them enforce these problems.")) Ram's bill does not shorten that legal process -- meaning evictions would still take time and money -- two things some landlords don't have. ((STANDUP TAG 17:50 This bill was not introduced in time for the House and Senate to debate it this year, but discussion on its proposals can begin as soon as the legislative session starts up next year. AA. CH3N. MTP"))

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As we head into sugaring season -- officials are warning Vermonters to stay off the ice on lakes and rivers. Even with our long, cold winter -- the ice on the water is getting weaker because of the high sun angle. More of the sun's warm this now being absorbed by the water UNDER the ice... and it's melting the ice from the bottom up. So even if it looks solid ... it could likely be weak.

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(anchors introduce gary) Still way too cold & blustery today. Warmer with sunshine on Tuesday. Frontal system coming at us Wednesday with rain showers late, and into Thursday. Cold air comes back in Thursday night into Friday with some rain/snow showers. A few flurries Saturday morning, then partly sunny rest of weekend, but still chilly.

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Today: Partly sunny Still cold & blustery (a few mtn. flurries) Highs: 15 to 22 Wind: NW 10 to 20 mph Tonight: Mostly clear Cold Lows: 0 to 10 Wind: Light Tuesday: Mostly sunny Not as cold Highs: 27 to 34 Wind: N 5 to 10 mph Extended: Wednesday: AM sun Increasing clouds Chance rain showers late Lows: 7 to 17 Highs: 35 to 45 Thursday: Mostly cloudy Rain showers Lows: 30s Highs: 40s Friday: Mostly cloudy Rain/snow showers Lows: 30s Highs: 30s Hyper-Extended: Saturday: Chance for AM snow showers Then partly sunny Lows: 12 to 22 Highs: 25 to 35 Sunday: Partly sunny Lows: 10 to 20 Highs: 30s

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If you want to be the first to find out which candidates are entering the 20-16 presidential race -- it seems Twitter may be the place to check this election. Susan McGinnis tells us which candidate became the first to throw his hat in the ring.

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(PKG) -nats- It's a time for truth Hours before what was expected to be his official announcement at Virginia's Liberty University...Texas Republican Ted Cruz took to twitter to announce his bid for the White House. (Handout: Cruz for President) (Nat/sot) It's going to take a new generation of courageous conservatives to help make America great again." The tweet, posted shortly after midnight, included this 30-second CAMPAIGN video with a message to voters. -nat/sot- Aides say his remarks today will highlight his oratory skills. (Handout Senate TV) In 2013, Cruz gained notoriety when he famously delivered a 21-hour long filibuster on the Senate floor in an attempt to defund President Obama's health care law. Some Democrats are already blasting his chances. (Courtesy: NBC Meet the Press) In an appearance on NBC's Meet the Press -- California Governor Jerry Brown, who ran for President three times, called Cruz unfit to run... particularly because of what he calls his 'extreme' views on climate change: (SOT Gov Jerry Brown/ D-CA) "That man betokens such a level of ignorance, and a direct falsification of the existing scientific data." (STANDUP: Susan McGinnis CBS News Washington, D.C.) Cruz's announcement makes him the first candidate from either party to officially throw his hat in the ring. The freshman senator will have to set himself apart in a crowded field of Republicans... expected to include former Florida governor Jeb bush and governor scott walker of Wisconsin. Over the next few weeks -- Florida Senator Marco Rubio and Kentucky Senator Rand Paul are also expected to launch their campaigns. Susan McGinnis CBS News Washington.

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A New Hampshire teen is lucky to alive this morning after escaping uninjured from his car after it landed atop a bridge over the Merrimack River. Take a look at these dramatic pictures. New Hampshire state police say the Nashua teen lost control of his Honda Accord on Saturday, hit a snow bank then went airborne. His car came to rest on a guardrail of a bridge, its rear dangling over the water and its front fender planted in the snow at the side of the highway, The teen was issued a citation for failing to keep his vehicle within roadway markings, but escaped unscathed. Police say neither drugs nor alcohol were factors in the crash.

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Investigators at a Maine ski area say the backup brakes may have failed in a chair lift accident that sent seven people to the hospital Saturday. A Sugarloaf resort spokesman said a gearbox on the lift malfunctioned and interrupted two braking systems. A third brake also didn't work properly -- and a lift attendant had to pull a manual emergency brake. The resort says the gearbox had been looked at the day before. Two hundred skiers were evacuated and some -- as you saw in the video --had to jump to safety.

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Welcome Back. It could have been the end of her race but she wouldn't allow it. A photo from a 10K in Kentucky is going viral. It's not of the winner or even a medal ceremony... It shows a woman, determined not to give up, crossing the finish line hand in hand with her son and a police officer. Two years in and 217 pounds lighter, Asia Ford is on a journey to be strong and healthy for her three children.

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((Lt. Aubrey Gregory, Louisville Metro Police "The EMS guys got out and talked to her, went to check on her. And she was like 'I'm not stopping. I'm not stopping.' So she kept going.)) ((Asia Ford, 10K Runner "And he said, 'you're going to finish the race, aren't you?' And I was like, 'yes.')) ((Lt. Aubrey Gregory, Louisville Metro Police "And I said I'm not going to let her stop. We're going to do this together. I got out. She grabbed my hand. I grabbed her hand.")) Asia, her son and Lieutenant Aubrey Gregory ended up crossing that finish line together. Her son, now saying he has a new outlook on the men and women that don that blue uniform.

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Would anyone buy cologne that smells like a hamburger? Burger King is going to find out on April 1st in Japan. For one day only, the fast food company will sell what it is calling "flame grilled" fragrance for 5 thousand yen or about $40, with the purchase of a whopper. Burger King briefly sold a fragrance called "flame" at its U-S stores a few years ago. We should point out-- that April first is April Fool's Day. No word if this is Burger King's idea of a 'whopper' of a joke.

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No joke from Mother Nature though! Take a look at this magnificent double rainbow over the Phoenix, Arizona skyline. An onlooker took this striking photo during a sunny rain storm on the first day of spring--while inside the Tonto National Forest. She says the rainbow stayed in place for nearly 45 minutes...followed by rain, hail, lightning and a beautiful sunset.

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Still way too cold & blustery today. Warmer with sunshine on Tuesday. Frontal system coming at us Wednesday with rain showers late, and into Thursday. Cold air comes back in Thursday night into Friday with some rain/snow showers. A few flurries Saturday morning, then partly sunny rest of weekend, but still chilly.

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Stress management may be a new tool in the fight to help breast cancers recover from the disease. Eboni Williams explains why in our healthwatch.

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A new study suggests teaching breast cancer patients stress management can reap long lasting rewards. Researchers at the University of Miami tracked 240 women and found those who learned relaxation and coping skills along with their treatment had less depression and better quality of life up to fifteen years later. Researchers at the Medical University of South Carolina say Vitamin D supplements may slow or even *reverse* the progression of low-grade prostate tumors. They say more than half of men taking 4000 units of Vitamin D over a two-month period showed improvement... and sometimes even the *disappearance* of their tumors. And what may be a new weapon in the battle of the bulge.. A team from Vanderbilt University says it has programmed bacteria to live in the gut and suppress hunger. In tests, lab mice that drank water with the microbes stayed lighter and leaner for up to 3 months after treatment. Those are some of the day's top health stories. Eboni Williams, CBS News, New York.

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In the headlines this morning: MOUNTAIN RESCUE -- A mother and children are safe this morning after a scary night in the Adirondacks... Road to recovery-- A treatment center helps addicts kick the habit.. Plus HELP WANTED -- if you're looking for a job, we have some suggestions!

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But before we get to those stories -- let's take a quick look at how the weather is shaping up this morning.

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Police in Winooski say a robber targeted a Main Street gas station in broad daylight. Authorities say it happened around noon Sunday, a white male robbed the Simon's Gas Station and then fled on foot. He was wearing a green jacket, grey hooded sweatshirt and dark pants. Police say the man was also carrying a black backpack. A weapon was not displayed. We do not know how much cash was taken. Anyone with information is asked to contact Winooski police.

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A mother and her two children are safe this morning after a scary night lost on Mount Marcy. Police say they got lost coming down from the mountain Saturday afternoon. They called for help -- and rescuers searched through the night to find them. Around 11 in the morning -- they were air-lifted off the mountain. They were taken to the hospital for weather-related injuries. That rescue earned praise from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo -- who said the state forest rangers worked selflessly to find the family -- despite the extreme weather conditions.

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Hunters -- or others concerned about Vermont's deer and moose -- can have their say at hearings -- starting today. Among the discussion topics -- a review of this year's proposed moose hunting season and permit numbers... and changes to the deer hunting season. Those are from 6:30 to 9 p.m. this at the following locations: Barre and Bennington today... Brighton and Brattleboro tomorrow ... And St. Albans and Castleton on Thursday.

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It used to be called Maple Leaf Farm. A residential treatment facility in Underhill for those addicted to alcohol. But times have changed and so has the center. It is now called Maple Leaf Treatment Center to reflect the shift in services to people also struggling with drug addiction. Center Director Bill Young says when he started working there 10 years ago -- 80 percent of the people there were alcoholics. About 20 percent abused opiates.

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(( tile JOE_7232_01 Bill Young/Maple Leaf Treatment Center 00:29:51:00 " It has reversed itself today in the last three years we have had a 60 percent increase in opiate addicts being admitted to treatment and there are lots of days now where 80 percent of the folks in treatment are opiate addicts. 00:30:07:08 so you can't overstate what a dramatic change we have seen. "00:30:15:03)) Bill Young will talk more about changes at Maple Leaf to help opiate addicts successfully kick their habits -- tonight on The Thirty. That's at 5:30 here on channel 3 news.

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We wanted to share a couple job opportunities with you this morning...

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We'll start with an opportunity in northern Vermont. Job seekers in Franklin County can head to St. Albans this week for a job fair. The 17th annual Franklin Region Career and Job Expo is this Thursday from noon to 5 p.m. at the Collins Perley Sports Complex. More than 60 employers from companies throughout the state will be there -- and about 700 applicants.

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And we have another hiring opportunity to tell you about. Manpower will be at the Burlington Department of Labor office on Wednesday for a hiring event from 9:30 to noon. They have multiple shifts available in Chittenden, Franklin, and Washington counties. Many of these are entry-level production or data entry positions.

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And if you're looking for a retail management position -- Famous Footwear Outlet in Essex Junction is looking for an Assistant Sales Manager. The position is full-time. They're looking for someone with good customer service skills -- who can work with other managers to create a good teamwork environment -- and work a flexible schedule. If you're interested -- you can apply online. ((www.qhire.net/brown, zip code 05452))

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Securitas USA -- a security firm -- has openings in greater Williston and Waterbury areas. Job responsibilities include Access Control, Customer Service, and Patrols and Safety Inspections. The Swanton Public library needs a Library Director to oversee all aspects of library function. Woodstock Sunoco Tire & Auto is for someone to provide customer service to their full & self serve gas customers. Multiple shifts are available. Vermont Natural Coatings -- in Hardwick -- is looking for a Floor Contractor Education Outreach Coordinator.

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And Seaway Car Wash has full and part-time positions available. The company says it offers competitive pay -- and you get to work outside. R-S-D Companies is looking for Class "A" CDL drivers in Williston, White River Junction, Selkirk, New York -- and Hooksett, New Hampshire. They're also hiring a Transportation Manager in Williston. The Montpelier Recreation Department has an opening for a part-time administrative assistant. And Barry Callebaut - St. Albans is currently hiring experienced Maintenance Technicians and Machine Operators for night shifts.

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For all the details on how you can apply -- head on over to wcax.com. If you have openings you would like to post -- email helpwanted@wcax.com. That's today's Help Wanted. Eva?

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(anchors introduce gary) Still way too cold & blustery today. Warmer with sunshine on Tuesday. Frontal system coming at us Wednesday with rain showers late, and into Thursday. Cold air comes back in Thursday night into Friday with some rain/snow showers. A few flurries Saturday morning, then partly sunny rest of weekend, but still chilly.

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Today: Partly sunny Still cold & blustery (a few mtn. flurries) Highs: 15 to 22 Wind: NW 10 to 20 mph Tonight: Mostly clear Cold Lows: 0 to 10 Wind: Light Tuesday: Mostly sunny Not as cold Highs: 27 to 34 Wind: N 5 to 10 mph Extended: Wednesday: AM sun Increasing clouds Chance rain showers late Lows: 7 to 17 Highs: 35 to 45 Thursday: Mostly cloudy Rain showers Lows: 30s Highs: 40s Friday: Mostly cloudy Rain/snow showers Lows: 30s Highs: 30s Hyper-Extended: Saturday: Chance for AM snow showers Then partly sunny Lows: 12 to 22 Highs: 25 to 35 Sunday: Partly sunny Lows: 10 to 20 Highs: 30s

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Friday -- Governor Shumlin asked lawmakers to prepare for a possible switch to the federally run health care exchange -- IF Vermont Health Connect is still not working properly by the end of this year. Kyle Midura spoke with Health Care Reform chief Lawrence Miller about what's next.

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((OUTCUE: Coming up a bit later in the broadcast))

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And as Kyle mentioned -- we do have more of that conversation coming up in our six o'clock hour. If you can't stay with us that long though -- we'll have the rest of the conversation on our website -- later this morning.

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((TRT:2:11....Kane O'Neill)) (((On Saturday four local hockey teams hit the ice for what would end up being their final games of the season...and only one would end their season holding an NCAA Title, and for the 2nd straight year, it was the Plattsburgh Women ... Houle:"I'm so proud of this group. I mean, if you look at the players we lost off our team last year, and I've talked about this before, seven unbelievable seniors last year that we lost and certainly, you come into the year and everybody picks you number one because you were number one last year. But, you know, we always want to be there at the end and compete for a national title but for this team to do what they did this year is very special and I credit all of our seniors. They were just unreal this year." The UVM men's basketball season is not over just yet... Last Wednesday, the HoopCats beat Hofstra in the first round of the CBI Tournament to keep the season alive. Tonight, the Catamounts will host Radford in the Quarterfinals, looking to extend their season at least one more game ... O'Day:"It means a lot. To be the first postseason home game, it's special we get to be a part of that. We're real excited to play at home again, especially for our seniors. It's a lot of fun to still play in March." Becker:"It's great. I want to thank the administration for making this possible and the CBI, obviously. It's a great opportunity for our fans to get to experience a postseason tournament on our home court, for our players to experience it and I'm just really happy." Tip off tonight is at 7 p.m...we'll have the highlights and reaction in sports.... With your sports wrap, I'm Kane O'Neill..)))

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Still way too cold & blustery today. Warmer with sunshine on Tuesday. Frontal system coming at us Wednesday with rain showers late, and into Thursday. Cold air comes back in Thursday night into Friday with some rain/snow showers. A few flurries Saturday morning, then partly sunny rest of weekend, but still chilly.

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It's definitely still chili weather outside! And Sunday -- a chili cook-off had a dual purpose -- to help cancer survivors. Rose Spillman has the story from Barre.

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Two long time friends, Rich McSheffrey and Keith Paxman, have been hosting chili cook offs at their pub in Barre for the past three years. All money raised from the event goes to the Vermont Cancer Survivor Network, a cause close to the mens' hearts. (00:15:47 9242) ((Keith Paxman/Co-Owner "While Rich's dad was battling cancer, you know, unfortunately , my father passed away, and Rich's dad actually beat stage 4 cancer." 00:15:56)) McSheffrey and Paxman's chili cook offs have raised over 10,000 dollars in past years. They say the Cornerstone Pub, which they co-own, was the perfect spot. (00:19:18 9243) ((Rich McSheffrey/Co-Owner of Cornerstone Pub "My dad was involved with the kindred connection at the Vermont Cancer Survivors network, where he'd mentored other people going through the same disease once he became a survivor. So he was asking me about a fundraiser, and I thought there's no better place to do it than here." 00:19:31)) Around 35 chili cookers came out to the event that packed the pub on Sunday. Cornerstone is hoping to raise around 7 thousand dollars from the event, all of which will go straight to the non-profit organization. Rose Spillman, Channel 3 News, Barre.

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Good morning it's 5:00 -- I'm ... And I'm ... Gary Sadowsky starts us off this morning with quick check on the weather.

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We begin this morning with an update on an attack that shocked the Burlington community. The man accused of nearly beating his wife to death with a baseball bat -- is scheduled to change his plea this morning. Colleen Bray survived the attack at their Burlington home in 20-13. Prosecutors say it was premeditated -- and charged James Scarola with aggravated attempted murder. Chittenden County State's Attorney T-J Donovan says Scarola will change his plea today. We'll be at court for that announcement -- and we'll bring you the latest information on this case as it comes in.

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A South Burlington police officer is on administrative leave this morning -- accused of driving drunk. Colchester police say 47-year-old Jeffery Martel had a blood alcohol content of point-1-3-3 when he crashed his van into a telephone pole on Route 15 early Sunday morning. Martel was not hurt. He has worked with South Burlington police for about 18 years.

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In a statement, South Burlington's Police Chief, Trevor Whipple, said QUOTE: "This is a serious allegation. A criminal investigation is being conducted by CPD. A second investigation of potential violation of SBPD General Orders and personnel policies is being conducted by SBPD. Lieutenant Martel has been placed on administrative leave until further notice."

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We're expecting to learn more today about plans to close two dispatch centers in Derby and Rutland. Governor Shumlin says it would save nearly two million dollars during a budget crunch. 30 dispatchers would lose their jobs. The state employees union -- and first responders -- are protesting the plan. The House Budget Committee is meeting today -- to work on an alternative.

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Landlords can face an uphill battle trying to get an unwanted tenant out of a home. But as Alex Apple tells us -- that process could soon change.

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After months of frustrations and legal battles Ralph and Sean Garbart are finally back in their home. (09:04:10 JUNE 2014 )((Ralph and Sean Garbart/Homeowner "It says here the tenant shall not sublet the whole, or part of the residence without the landlord's written consent.")) The Garbarts were renting their home in early 2014 when their tenants subletted the old Berlin schoolhouse -- to a couple that refused to leave -- and never paid rent. (51:40 Rep. Kesha Ram/D-Burlington)(("We 've heard more and more cases of where landlord/tenant law is not working for people.")) Now Representative Kesha Ram has a proposal -- a bill that she hopes would make it easier for landlords to keep out unwanted tenants. (51:01 Rep. Kesha Ram/D-Burlington)(("Ev ery time we look at landlord/tenant law, we try to look at it with an eye toward where we find balance.")) Ram's proposed bill does two things: it makes it illegal for a tenant to sublet without the landlord's approval. And it attempts to ensure tenants "quiet enjoyment" of their residence -- free of persistent problems caused by others living in the building. (47:28 Rep. Kesha Ram/D-Burlington)(("Wh at that does is limit liability and protect those tenants as well as give the landlord the information they need in case there is a problem.")) (03:05 Angela Zaikowski/Director Vt. Apartment Owners Association)(("Landlor ds would still be in a position of having to send a termination notice which right now is a 30 day notice for breach of lease.")) Angela Zaikowski -- the director of the Vermont Apartment Owners Association -- does not currently support the bill over questions about the bill's balance. (01:17 Angela Zaikowski/Director Vt. Apartment Owners Association)(("Because that's ultimately something that we're looking for is something that's fair to landlords, something that's fair to tenants.")) The proposal does not speed up the legal process for enforcing the terms of a lease -- renters must wait 30 days before they can even start the eviction process. (07:12 Angela Zaikowski/Director Vt. Apartment Owners Association)(("This bill does not give the landlords additional tools to help them police these problems, to help them enforce these problems.")) Ram's bill does not shorten that legal process -- meaning evictions would still take time and money -- two things some landlords don't have. ((STANDUP TAG 17:50 This bill was not introduced in time for the House and Senate to debate it this year, but discussion on its proposals can begin as soon as the legislative session starts up next year. AA. CH3N. MTP"))

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As we head into sugaring season -- officials are warning Vermonters to stay off the ice on lakes and rivers. Even with our long, cold winter -- the ice on the water is getting weaker because of the high sun angle. More of the sun's warm this now being absorbed by the water UNDER the ice... and it's melting the ice from the bottom up. So even if it looks solid ... it could likely be weak.

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(anchors introduce gary) Still way too cold & blustery today. Warmer with sunshine on Tuesday. Frontal system coming at us Wednesday with rain showers late, and into Thursday. Cold air comes back in Thursday night into Friday with some rain/snow showers. A few flurries Saturday morning, then partly sunny rest of weekend, but still chilly.

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Today: Partly sunny Still cold & blustery (a few mtn. flurries) Highs: 15 to 22 Wind: NW 10 to 20 mph Tonight: Mostly clear Cold Lows: 0 to 10 Wind: Light Tuesday: Mostly sunny Not as cold Highs: 27 to 34 Wind: N 5 to 10 mph Extended: Wednesday: AM sun Increasing clouds Chance rain showers late Lows: 7 to 17 Highs: 35 to 45 Thursday: Mostly cloudy Rain showers Lows: 30s Highs: 40s Friday: Mostly cloudy Rain/snow showers Lows: 30s Highs: 30s Hyper-Extended: Saturday: Chance for AM snow showers Then partly sunny Lows: 12 to 22 Highs: 25 to 35 Sunday: Partly sunny Lows: 10 to 20 Highs: 30s

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Texas Republican Ted Cruz is kicking off his 2016 Presidential race. He officially announced his candidacy overnight with a tweet and video. Anne Marie Green reports..

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Senator Ted Cruz has officially announced his candidacy for President today. The Texas Republican kicked off his campaign with a tweet and 30-second video early this morning. The announcement makes the 44-year-old Tea Party favorite the first major candidate from either party to launch a campaign. Several other Republicans - including Florida Senator Marco Rubio and Kentucky Senator Rand Paul are expected to do the same -- in the coming weeks. The U.N. special envoy to Yemen says rebels groups are pushing the country to the edge of a civil war. The warning came during an emergency meeting of the U.N. Security Council Sunday. Yemen has descended into chaos in recent months with Shiite Houthi (who-thee) rebels, seizing control of the capital city...closing in on the country's embattled President. The mounting tensions led to the evacuation of remaining US personnel in the country. And, the nation of Singapore has declared seven days of mourning after the passing of its first and longest serving Prime Minister. After its split with Malaysia in 1965, Lee Kuan Yew led the tiny island state into becoming one of the world's most prosperous countries ...though he was criticized for his tough policies and strict limits on speech and public protest. Lee had been hospitalized since February for pneumonia. Officials say he passed away peacefully earlier today at the age of 91. Those are some of the day's top stories. I'm Anne Marie Green CBS News New York.

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Welcome Back. It could have been the end of her race but she wouldn't allow it. A photo from a 10K in Kentucky is going viral. It's not of the winner or even a medal ceremony... It shows a woman, determined not to give up, crossing the finish line hand in hand with her son and a police officer. Two years in and 217 pounds lighter, Asia Ford is on a journey to be strong and healthy for her three children.

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((Lt. Aubrey Gregory, Louisville Metro Police "The EMS guys got out and talked to her, went to check on her. And she was like 'I'm not stopping. I'm not stopping.' So she kept going.)) ((Asia Ford, 10K Runner "And he said, 'you're going to finish the race, aren't you?' And I was like, 'yes.')) ((Lt. Aubrey Gregory, Louisville Metro Police "And I said I'm not going to let her stop. We're going to do this together. I got out. She grabbed my hand. I grabbed her hand.")) Asia, her son and Lieutenant Aubrey Gregory ended up crossing that finish line together. Her son, now saying he has a new outlook on the men and women that don that blue uniform.

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Would anyone buy cologne that smells like a hamburger? Burger King is going to find out on April 1st in Japan. For one day only, the fast food company will sell what it is calling "flame grilled" fragrance for 5 thousand yen or about $40, with the purchase of a whopper. Burger King briefly sold a fragrance called "flame" at its U-S stores a few years ago. We should point out-- that April first is April Fool's Day. No word if this is Burger King's idea of a 'whopper' of a joke.

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No joke from Mother Nature though! Take a look at this magnificent double rainbow over the Phoenix, Arizona skyline. An onlooker took this striking photo during a sunny rain storm on the first day of spring--while inside the Tonto National Forest. She says the rainbow stayed in place for nearly 45 minutes...followed by rain, hail, lightning and a beautiful sunset.

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Still way too cold & blustery today. Warmer with sunshine on Tuesday. Frontal system coming at us Wednesday with rain showers late, and into Thursday. Cold air comes back in Thursday night into Friday with some rain/snow showers. A few flurries Saturday morning, then partly sunny rest of weekend, but still chilly.

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In effort to restore public confidence in Vermont Health Connect, the administration's Chief of Health Care Reform, Lawrence Miller, met with lawmakers Friday to explore looking at alternatives to the program. Kyle Midura continues his Statehouse Sitdown with Miller about how this new plan could impact you.

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((OUTCUE: Mr. Miller, thanks for your time -- back to you folks in the studio.))

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In the headlines this morning: MOUNTAIN RESCUE -- A mother and children are safe this morning after a scary night in the Adirondacks... Road to recovery-- A treatment center helps addicts kick the habit.. Plus HELP WANTED -- if you're looking for a job, we have some suggestions!

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But before we get to those stories -- let's take a quick look at how the weather is shaping up this morning.

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Police in Winooski say a robber targeted a Main Street gas station in broad daylight. Authorities say it happened around noon Sunday, a white male robbed the Simon's Gas Station and then fled on foot. He was wearing a green jacket, grey hooded sweatshirt and dark pants. Police say the man was also carrying a black backpack. A weapon was not displayed. We do not know how much cash was taken. Anyone with information is asked to contact Winooski police.

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A mother and her two children are safe this morning after a scary night lost on Mount Marcy. Police say they got lost coming down from the mountain Saturday afternoon. They called for help -- and rescuers searched through the night to find them. Around 11 in the morning -- they were air-lifted off the mountain. They were taken to the hospital for weather-related injuries. That rescue earned praise from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo -- who said the state forest rangers worked selflessly to find the family -- despite the extreme weather conditions.

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It used to be called Maple Leaf Farm. A residential treatment facility in Underhill for those addicted to alcohol. But times have changed and so has the center. It is now called Maple Leaf Treatment Center to reflect the shift in services to people also struggling with drug addiction. Center Director Bill Young says when he started working there 10 years ago -- 80 percent of the people there were alcoholics. About 20 percent abused opiates.

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(( tile JOE_7232_01 Bill Young/Maple Leaf Treatment Center 00:29:51:00 " It has reversed itself today in the last three years we have had a 60 percent increase in opiate addicts being admitted to treatment and there are lots of days now where 80 percent of the folks in treatment are opiate addicts. 00:30:07:08 so you can't overstate what a dramatic change we have seen. "00:30:15:03)) Bill Young will talk more about changes at Maple Leaf to help opiate addicts successfully kick their habits -- tonight on The Thirty at 5:30 right here on channel 3.

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We wanted to share a couple job opportunities with you this morning...

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We'll start with an opportunity in northern Vermont. Job seekers in Franklin County can head to St. Albans this week for a job fair. The 17th annual Franklin Region Career and Job Expo is this Thursday from noon to 5 p.m. at the Collins Perley Sports Complex. More than 60 employers from companies throughout the state will be there -- and about 700 applicants.

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And we have another hiring opportunity to tell you about. Manpower will be at the Burlington Department of Labor office on Wednesday for a hiring event from 9:30 to noon. They have multiple shifts available in Chittenden, Franklin, and Washington counties. Many of these are entry-level production or data entry positions.

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And if you're looking for a retail management position -- Famous Footwear Outlet in Essex Junction is looking for an Assistant Sales Manager. The position is full-time. They're looking for someone with good customer service skills -- who can work with other managers to create a good teamwork environment -- and work a flexible schedule. If you're interested -- you can apply online. ((www.qhire.net/brown, zip code 05452))

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Securitas USA -- a security firm -- has openings in greater Williston and Waterbury areas. Job responsibilities include Access Control, Customer Service, and Patrols and Safety Inspections. The Swanton Public library needs a Library Director to oversee all aspects of library function. Woodstock Sunoco Tire & Auto is for someone to provide customer service to their full & self serve gas customers. Multiple shifts are available. Vermont Natural Coatings -- in Hardwick -- is looking for a Floor Contractor Education Outreach Coordinator.

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And Seaway Car Wash has full and part-time positions available. The company says it offers competitive pay -- and you get to work outside. R-S-D Companies is looking for Class "A" CDL drivers in Williston, White River Junction, Selkirk, New York -- and Hooksett, New Hampshire. They're also hiring a Transportation Manager in Williston. The Montpelier Recreation Department has an opening for a part-time administrative assistant. And Barry Callebaut - St. Albans is currently hiring experienced Maintenance Technicians and Machine Operators for night shifts.

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For all the details on how you can apply -- head on over to wcax.com. If you have openings you would like to post -- email helpwanted@wcax.com. That's today's Help Wanted. Eva?

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(anchors introduce gary) Still way too cold & blustery today. Warmer with sunshine on Tuesday. Frontal system coming at us Wednesday with rain showers late, and into Thursday. Cold air comes back in Thursday night into Friday with some rain/snow showers. A few flurries Saturday morning, then partly sunny rest of weekend, but still chilly.

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Today: Partly sunny Still cold & blustery (a few mtn. flurries) Highs: 15 to 22 Wind: NW 10 to 20 mph Tonight: Mostly clear Cold Lows: 0 to 10 Wind: Light Tuesday: Mostly sunny Not as cold Highs: 27 to 34 Wind: N 5 to 10 mph Extended: Wednesday: AM sun Increasing clouds Chance rain showers late Lows: 7 to 17 Highs: 35 to 45 Thursday: Mostly cloudy Rain showers Lows: 30s Highs: 40s Friday: Mostly cloudy Rain/snow showers Lows: 30s Highs: 30s Hyper-Extended: Saturday: Chance for AM snow showers Then partly sunny Lows: 12 to 22 Highs: 25 to 35 Sunday: Partly sunny Lows: 10 to 20 Highs: 30s

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((TRT:2:11....Kane O'Neill)) (((On Saturday four local hockey teams hit the ice for what would end up being their final games of the season...and only one would end their season holding an NCAA Title, and for the 2nd straight year, it was the Plattsburgh Women ... Houle:"I'm so proud of this group. I mean, if you look at the players we lost off our team last year, and I've talked about this before, seven unbelievable seniors last year that we lost and certainly, you come into the year and everybody picks you number one because you were number one last year. But, you know, we always want to be there at the end and compete for a national title but for this team to do what they did this year is very special and I credit all of our seniors. They were just unreal this year." The UVM men's basketball season is not over just yet... Last Wednesday, the HoopCats beat Hofstra in the first round of the CBI Tournament to keep the season alive. Tonight, the Catamounts will host Radford in the Quarterfinals, looking to extend their season at least one more game ... O'Day:"It means a lot. To be the first postseason home game, it's special we get to be a part of that. We're real excited to play at home again, especially for our seniors. It's a lot of fun to still play in March." Becker:"It's great. I want to thank the administration for making this possible and the CBI, obviously. It's a great opportunity for our fans to get to experience a postseason tournament on our home court, for our players to experience it and I'm just really happy." Tip off tonight is at 7 p.m...we'll have the highlights and reaction in sports.... With your sports wrap, I'm Kane O'Neill..)))

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A man accused of nearly beating his wife to death with a baseball bat -- is scheduled to change his plea this morning. Colleen Bray survived the attack at their Burlington home in 20-13. Prosecutors say it was premeditated -- and charged James Scarola with aggravated attempted murder. Chittenden County State's Attorney T-J Donovan says Scarola will change his plea today. I'll be at court for that announcement -- and I'll bring you the latest information on this case as it comes in.

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A South Burlington police officer is on administrative leave this morning -- charged with driving drunk. Colchester police say 47-year-old Jeffery Martel had a blood alcohol content of point-1-3-3 when he crashed his van into a telephone pole on Route 15 early Sunday morning. Martel was not hurt. He has worked with South Burlington police for about 18 years.

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And we're expecting to learn more today about plans to close two dispatch centers in Derby and Rutland. Governor Shumlin says it would save nearly two million dollars during a budget crunch. 30 dispatchers would lose their jobs. The state employees union -- and first responders -- are protesting the plan. The House Budget Committee is meeting today -- to work on an alternative.

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Twitter may be the new outlet for 20-16 presidential candidates to announce their bids. Senator Ted Cruz tweeted yesterday that he's running for president. The Texas Republican is expected to make an official announcement today. Cruz is a Tea Party favorite -- and was expected to make a White House run. He will be the first major candidate to formally launch a campaign.

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Investigators at a Maine ski area say the backup brakes may have failed in a chairlift accident that sent seven people to the hospital Saturday. A Sugarloaf resort spokesman said a gearbox on the lift malfunctioned and interrupted two braking systems. A third brake also didn't work properly -- and a lift attendant had to pull a manual emergency brake. The resort says the gearbox had been looked at the day before. Two hundred skiers were evacuated and some -- as you saw in the video --had to jump to safety.

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Out-of-state companies are looking to cash in on Vermont's liquid gold. Sweetree -- a Connecticut company -- is tapping into thousands of acres of maple trees in the remote northeastern part of the Green Mountain State. It has plans to become the largest maple syrup producer in North America. A Quebec company has already moved into the same region to buy more syrup from U.S. producers. They say consumers want real maple syrup.

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And as we head into sugaring season -- officials are warning Vermonters to stay off the ice on lakes and rivers. Even with our long, cold winter -- the ice on the water is getting weaker because of the high sun angle. More of the sun's warm this now being absorbed by the water UNDER the ice... and it's melting the ice from the bottom up. So even if it looks solid ... it could likely be weak.

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And -- that's a wrap. Gary, over to you.

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Still way too cold & blustery today. Warmer with sunshine on Tuesday. Frontal system coming at us Wednesday with rain showers late, and into Thursday. Cold air comes back in Thursday night into Friday with some rain/snow showers. A few flurries Saturday morning, then partly sunny rest of weekend, but still chilly.

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Dr. Karen Anderson From Mad River Veterinary Service joins us to talk about pet Dental Health.

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Good morning, I'm Cat Viglienzoni. A mother and her two children are safe this morning after a scary night lost on Mount Marcy. Police say they got lost coming down from the mountain Saturday afternoon. They called for help -- and rescuers searched through the night to find them. Around 11 in the morning -- they were air-lifted off the mountain. They were taken to the hospital for weather-related injuries. That rescue earned praise from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo -- who said the state forest rangers worked selflessly to find the family -- despite the extreme weather conditions.

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Winooski police are looking for the robber who they say targeted a gas station in broad daylight. They say around noon Sunday, this white man robbed the Simon's Gas Station and took off on foot. No weapon was shown. He was wearing a green jacket, grey hooded sweatshirt, and dark pants. If you recognize him -- call police.

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An Alburgh family is figuring out how to rebuild -- after fire tore through their mobile home on Martell Road Sunday morning. The fire was put out quickly, but the home suffered considerable damage. The Red Cross is helping that family.

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We're expecting to learn more today about plans to close two dispatch centers in Derby and Rutland. Governor Shumlin says it would save nearly two million dollars during a budget crunch. 30 dispatchers would lose their jobs. The state employees union -- and first responders -- are protesting the plan. The House Budget Committee is meeting today -- to work on an alternative.

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As we head into sugaring season -- officials are warning Vermonters to stay off the ice on lakes and rivers. Even with our long, cold winter -- the ice on the water is getting weaker because of the high sun angle. More of the sun's warm this now being absorbed by the water UNDER the ice... and it's melting the ice from the bottom up. So even if it looks solid ... it could likely be weak.

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Still way too cold & blustery today. Warmer with sunshine on Tuesday. Frontal system coming at us Wednesday with rain showers late, and into Thursday. Cold air comes back in Thursday night into Friday with some rain/snow showers. A few flurries Saturday morning, then partly sunny rest of weekend, but still chilly.


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