Mon 21-JUL-2014 Early A.M. News Script

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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. weather intro (anchors thank in 3-shot-transition to lead story)

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Investigators are trying to figure out what brought down a plane in Lake Placid --- killing three people. The Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board have taken over the investigation. We're waiting for word on whether the plane was landing or taking off when the crash happened. The names of the victims have not been released yet. Logan Crawford talked with people on the ground who heard the crash.

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(tile 2060 00:04:48:12) ((nats plane 00:04:50:10)) A single engine plane flying over northern New York crashed on a farm in the town of North Elba -- killing the 3 people onboard. (tile 2057 00:02:51:05) ((James Tolkan/Neighbor "I've often thought that it's a possibility that some plane could come down near here. This is the first time it has. It's shocking, it's almost disbelief." 00:03:05:20)) The plane went down less than a mile from the Lake Placid Airport. New York State Police and the Federal Aviation Administration are investigating the crash. (tile 2068 00:09:56:04) ((Samuel Barclay/Lake Placid "it's surprising everyone's shocked and wants to know what's going on and I'm curious myself. They have a lot of police down there. It'd be nice to hear something." 00:10:06:25)) (tile 2066 00:08:09:12) ((Logan Crawford/North Elba "I spoke with the owner of the farm where the plane crashed. She won't go on camera -- but says she was doing work around the farm this morning when she heard a plane right overhead and a thud right after. She said the plane burst into flames immediately and there was nothing anyone could do to save the people onboard." 00:08:26:00)) (tile 2070 00:12:27:00) ((Craig Randall/Lake Placid Mayor "Our fire and rescue people were on the scene almost immediately and were able to extinguish the burning plane but unfortunately weren't able to do anything for the occupants of the plane." 00:12:42:12)) Police declined to comment. The identities of the 3 victims -- as well as what caused the plane to crash -- are currently unknown. (tile 2057 00:04:08:28) ((James Tolkan/Neighbor "Grateful that it didn't land on my house and my animals and my family and my wife and so on. But I've been aware that it could happen with these small planes, this little airport." 00:04:20:17)) Police say the FAA is taking over the investigation. Logan Crawford, channel 3 news, North Elba. -3-

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The renewed search for a plane that disappeared 40 years ago above Lake Champlain is over. After a search that spanned about 15 miles at the bottom of Lake Champlain, no evidence of the plane was found. Search teams used underwater vehicles and side-scanning sonar in hopes of finding the jet that likely crashed into the lake during a snowstorm in 1971. Although nothing was recovered, Investigators say the case will remain open.

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Police say a Richmond man is dead after a motorcycle crash. Vermont state police say late Sunday night -- Bryon Derway was driving on Duxbury road in Bolton -- when he lost control of the motorcycle around a sharp curve. They say he slid on the road into a guardrail. The 24-year-old died at the hospital. Anyone who may have seen the accident is asked to call police.

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A sex offender is accused of stalking a young girl at the University Mall. South Burlington police say Saturday 42-year old Ryan Aldrich of Burlington followed the pre-teen from the food court into a store. There police say he asked the girl several age-inappropriate questions that made her fear for her safety. Aldrich stopped -- when the girl's father entered the store. Aldrich is charged with aggravated stalking. Police say he is a registered sex offender with a sex assault conviction.

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Hartford Police say a body was found in White River Junction. Police were told about the body around 4:30 p.m. Sunday. Officers found it in the woods behind Mount Olivet Cemetery. The man's name is being withheld until his family has been notified. No word yet on the circumstances surrounding his death.

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(anchors introduce gary) Local temps: Mainly in upper 50s, low 60s NE clouds: just a few clouds, mainly north NE temps/radar: Lots of 50s here, but 60s elsewhere. Just a few showers north of the border. NE dewpoints: still not too bad - mainly 50s, but some 60s west/northwest. U.S. Clouds/radar: some rain SE. May be stormy in upper midwest, hot, too. Forecast clouds/precip: Just an isolated t-storm possible today, mainly Adirondacks. Tomorrow, too, mainly south.

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Today: Partly sunny Chance for an isolated t-storm Highs: 78 to 85 Wind: S 5 to 15 mph Tonight: Partly cloudy Lows: 58 to 65 Wind: S 5 to 10 mph Tuesday: Partly sunny More humid Chance for an isolated t-storm Highs: 83 to 90 Wind: SSW 5 to 15 mph Extended: Wednesday: Showers, t-storms, some strong Lows: 65 to 72 Highs: 80s Thursday: Chance for AM showers Then partly sunny Not as hot, humid Lows: 58 to 65 Highs: 70s Friday: Partly cloudy Lows: 50s Highs: 75 to 85 Hyper-Extended: Saturday: Partly cloudy Lows: 50s Highs: 75 to 85 Sunday: Partly sunny Chance for showers, t-storms Lows: 50s Highs: 75 to 85

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Secretary of State John Kerry headS to Egypt today, to TRY TO broker a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas militants. His trip comes as the international community is raising concerns about the rising civilian death toll. Here's Susan McGinnis.

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Palestinians in the Gaza Strip woke to more rocket fire this morning as the GROUND WAR continued to escalate between Israel and Hamas militants. Calls for a cease fire grew louder on Sunday, the deadliest day of fighting. :14-:18 (SOT: Ban Ki-moon / United Nations Secretary General) : "The violence must stop now." The United Nations Security Council held an emergency meeting LATE Sunday night to discuss civilian casualties and called for an immediate halt to the fighting. Gaza health officials say the death toll among Palestinians has now topped 500 since the conflict started. Tens of thousands have fled their homes for safety. :35-:47 (SOT: Riyad Mansour / Palestinian Ambassador to the UN): The tragedy in Gaza is beyond comprehension. The hospitals are overwhelmed with number of injured civilians. 13 Israel soldiers were ALSO killed Sunday, 2 were American citizens. :52-1:02 (SOT: Ron Prossor / Israeli Ambassador to the UN) "The solution to the current crisis is very simple. If it's going to be quiet in Israel, it's going to be quiet in Gaza." THE U.S. is still hoping diplomatic efforts can put an end to the violence. 1:07-1:15 (SOT John Kerry / US Secretary of State): "We support the Egyptian effort to have a cease-fire, which Israel joined into, which does not have preconditions." A UN draft resolution calls for the protection of civilians in Gaza and for immediate humanitarian assistance. Susan McGinnis, CBS News, Washington.

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A train derailed Sunday afternoon in Pennsylvennia. According to officials -- 12 cars from a Norfolk Southern Train went off the tracks -- four of which were full of coal. The train derailed in Susqhehanna Township -- and fire officials say a mechanical issue caused the crash. No word on how long cleanup will take.

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In Massachusetts -- a fiery crash from the skies when a hot air balloon hit the ground. Police in Clinton say six people were on board the balloon when it hit powerlines and caused at least two explosions. Five of the people on board were burned -- some seriously. Investigators are now trying to figure out what caused that crash.

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As the gray seal population rises -- so do the number of conflicts. Decades after gray seals were nearly wiped out in New England waters because of hunting -- the population has bounced so far back -- some residents in Maine are calling for a controlled hunt. Scientists say the popultion was revived thanks to conservation efforts, abundance of food and migration from Canada. But many fisherman complain that the seals are getting in the way of fishing charters and are stealing catches. And beachgoers say the seals are taking over large stretches of beach -- and attracting sharks -- which feed on them.s

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Big news for virtual book junkies -- amazon has has rolled out it's first E-Book subscription service. It's called Kindle Unlimited. You pay just under 10 bucks a month -- for access to over a half-million digital and audio books. The company says with hopes to expand its service and attract more users -- it will give customers the ability to read as much as they want for one flat rate. This move comes in the midst of a dispute between the compnay and big name authors -- over e-book contract negotiations. The fight has Amazon pushing for a greater share of e-book revenue -- and lower e-book prices.

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It seems like everyone is into taking selfies these days... Even crimials. And two crimes -- caught on camera -- helped police make arrests. The first, was when police say a group of suspects in Georgia -- actually videotaped themselves making meth. Police say the hope video was made by four people who were making the drug inside a garage. It not only shows the suspets making meth -- but also taking hits of it as well. Investigators say they found the video on a cellphone -- that the group had filmed during the process.

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And the second, was when a woman landed herself in trouble with police -- over the pictures she posted on facebook. That's because officers say the clothes she's wearing in the photo -- were stolen. They say the Illinois woman was suspected of stealing from a local boutique -- and then she posted photos of herself wearing the stolen goods. She was arrested -- and police later found she was wanted on another warrant in a nearby county.

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Almanac: Warm & dry yesterday - nice summer day. July so far: A little warmer, drier than average so far. NE clouds: just a few clouds, mainly north NE temps/radar: Lots of 50s here, but 60s elsewhere. Just a few showers north of the border. NE dewpoints: still not too bad - mainly 50s, but some 60s west/northwest. U.S. Highs today: hot across country, especially midwest.

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The C-D-C says H-I-V rates are declining in the U-S. But it's not all good news from their latest report. David Begnaud has today's healthwatch.

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HIV rates are declining in the US. New research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows the annual HIV diagnosis rate in the US has decreased more than 30 percent from 2002-2011. While declines have been seen in several groups including women and people 35 to 44, cases among homosexual men remained stable overall and *increases* were seen in some groups of young men. (VO) A new study found most of the genetic risk for autism comes from versions of genes that are common and not rare mutations. Researchers at Mount Sinai in New York say knowing the nature of the genetic risk can help them better understand the disorder that right now has no cure. (VO) And attending a successful school may improve a student's behavior as well as their performance in the classroom. A new study in the journal Pediatrics looked at high school students from low-income neighborhoods. Students who were admitted to high-performing public charter schools performed much better on math and English tests . Fewer teens in charter schools also engaged in very risky behaviors. And those are some of today's top health stories. I'm David Begnaud, For CBS News, New York.

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Fairpoint union members are in support of a strike... Pier One heads to South Burlington... And celebrating the Adirondack Challenge

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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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The Unions representing workers of Fairfield Communications in Northern New England say a first vote shows an overwhelming majority support authorizing a strike. Negotiations began in April on a contract that expires at the start of August. Workers in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont recently held meetings to vote on whether to authorize a strike. Voting has finished in Maine and Vermont, but has been extended in New Hampshire due to storm damage. The vote does not mean the 2-thousand workers will go on strike but gives leaders with the Communications Workers of America and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers the ability to call for one. The company says service to customers will continue if there is a strike.

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A couple of good samaritans came to the rescue after a Massachusetts hiker got sick on Mount Washington. 62-year-old Wayne Taylor was hiking along the Lion Head Trail. That's when he began to feel sick and exhausted. A nurse practitioner and an E-M-T who were also hiking came to his rescue and called for help. Taylor was checked out by an rescue crews but declined further treatment.

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Today is the deadline for Vermont small businesses to apply for disaster relief loans. The U-S Small Business Administration says the loans for damage incurred in May are available to businesses and nonprofits in all 14 counties. Loans can be for up to 2-million dollars. For a link to more information - visit the InfoCenter at wcax dot com.

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A top U-S health official says Vermont is doing a good job -- helping residents learn about the risks and benefits of vaccinations. Dr. Anne ((shook-it)) Schuchat is an assistant surgeon general -- and director of the CDC's National Center for Immunizations and Respiratory Diseases. She says the state's new online -- "It's Ok to Ask" campaign -- provides a safe, judgement-free place for parents to get information.

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A Congresswoman from New Hampshire is taking a stand against wildlife diseases. Representative Carol Shea-Porter has introduced a bill calling for better responses to diseases like white nose syndrome -- a deadly fungal infection common among bats. The bill will allow the Department of the Interior to declare wildlife disease emergencies across the U-S. Once an emergency is declared, the department would then join forces with federal agencies, state and local governments to respond.

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Pier One Imports is opening a store in South Burlington. Tuesday is the grand opening of the store's newest location-- right next to Trader Joes--off of Dorset Street. The city says Pier One is another step towards developing a downtown city center for South Burlington. And some residents -- are excited about the new home décor store.

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00:03:22 00:03:34 ((Mark Bradley/South Burlington "We're excited about it opening this coming Tuesday and we think its a great business to be in South Burlington. We're here shopping at Trader Joes and to have Pier one next door, we'll be going in there.")) The store will open its doors--Tuesday morning.

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A showdown in the Adirondacks between Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. The two went head to head in a white water rafting race. It was part of the Adirondack Challenge -- an event highlighting recreational opportunities in the area. The Governors paddled down New York's Indian River -- in a race that ended in a tie -- 19 minutes 20 seconds. While the governors were in the water in North Creek -- the Adirondack Challenge Festival took place in nearby Indian Lake. Logan Crawford was there.

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(tile 2095 00:14:00:19) ((nats ball dunk 00:14:04:06)) (tile 2112 00:22:56:15) ((Daniel Proctor/Indian Lake "We love Indian Lake, we love the Adirondacks, we love being able to contribute something to the well being of the community and this is one of the ways to do it." 00:23:09:08)) All day long events are held in the hamlet of Indian Lake. (tile 2108 00:20:11) ((nats singing 00:20:14:26)) Drawing in New Yorkers from all over. (tile 2071 00:01:22:05) ((William Farber/Hamilton County Board of Supervisors Chairman "One of the real paradoxes of the Adirondack Park has been that it's been a really, really well kept secret. We have such magnificent scenery, we have a wonderful venue, we have so many fantastic outdoor amenities for people to participate in." 00:01:37:09)) The festival at Byron Park features everything from live music -- to fun on the water. (tile 2099 00:15:14:27) ((Donald Peck/Governeur "you ever kayak before? Not too much. Kind of looking forward to it. And he doesn't swim so he's kind of nervous. But we'll be fine." 00:15:23:12)) (tile 2111 00:21:05:07) ((Logan Crawford/Indian lake "Organizers of the Adirondack Challenge wanted to include the feel of the Adirondacks throughout the day's activities, ranging from what you can do in the Adirondacks to what you can eat in the Adirondacks." 00:21:16:04)) (tile 2087 00:09:44:27) ((Thomas Frey/Elf's Farm Winery "A taste of New York, we're an Adirondack Coast Winery in Plattsburgh, New York. So we figured we'd bring some great New York wine and our signature hard cider which is a strawberry hard cider." 00:09:56:00)) New York State pays nearly 200-thousand dollars for the Adirondack Challenge -- hoping to boost tourism in this corner of the Empire State. (tile 2112 00:22:26:15) ((Daniel Proctor/Indiian Lake "oh it's great. Are you kidding?" 00:22:28:07)) The Adirondack challenge... A sneak peak of what the Adirondacks are all about. (tile 2088 00:11:05:07 ((nats horseshoe 00:11:05:24)) Logan Crawford, channel 3 news, Indian Lake. -3-

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(anchors introduce gary) Local temps: Mainly in upper 50s, low 60s NE clouds: just a few clouds, mainly north NE temps/radar: Lots of 50s here, but 60s elsewhere. Just a few showers north of the border. NE dewpoints: still not too bad - mainly 50s, but some 60s west/northwest. U.S. Clouds/radar: some rain SE. May be stormy in upper midwest, hot, too. Forecast clouds/precip: Just an isolated t-storm possible today, mainly Adirondacks. Tomorrow, too, mainly south.

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Today: Partly sunny Chance for an isolated t-storm Highs: 78 to 85 Wind: S 5 to 15 mph Tonight: Partly cloudy Lows: 58 to 65 Wind: S 5 to 10 mph Tuesday: Partly sunny More humid Chance for an isolated t-storm Highs: 83 to 90 Wind: SSW 5 to 15 mph Extended: Wednesday: Showers, t-storms, some strong Lows: 65 to 72 Highs: 80s Thursday: Chance for AM showers Then partly sunny Not as hot, humid Lows: 58 to 65 Highs: 70s Friday: Partly cloudy Lows: 50s Highs: 75 to 85 Hyper-Extended: Saturday: Partly cloudy Lows: 50s Highs: 75 to 85 Sunday: Partly sunny Chance for showers, t-storms Lows: 50s Highs: 75 to 85

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Here's a look at who's hiring this morning. The I-T company -- CTG is looking for a database analyst, data architect, revenue cycle program manager, epic testing coordinator, a techincal analyst -- and a number of other positions. They have openings listed in Burlington, Montpelier, and Essex Junction.

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And an Essex Junction Manufacturing company is increasing operations staff. Autumn Harp Inc. is hiring a quality specailist and a compounder. They are also hiring two night shift positions -- a production team leader and compounding team leader.

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And for members of the guard, reserves, veterans and spouses -- there is a Career Resources and Job fair tomorrow in White River Junction. The expo is from 1 until 3 -- and then opens to the public from 3 until five. It's in the V-A Education buildling on North main street. Again that's on Tuesday. For a link to the job opportunities -- visit wcax.com. That's help wanted.

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Who knew? It turns out -- the world's oldest known reef is right here in Vermont. Cat Viglienzoni went to Isle La Motte check it out.

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The moment you step out of your car at the Goodsell Ridge Preserve in Isle La Motte -- you're walking on history. The shadows of an ancient gastropod are etched in the rocks here. This -- is the start of the Walk Through Time. ((SOT Linda Fitch, Isle La Motte Preservation Trust President 000016 It's 4,600 feet long 18 Cat: And that's significant because? Linda: Because every foot represents a million years 24)) Linda Fitch is the president of the Isle La Motte Preservation Trust. In January -- she got a call asking if they wanted the exhibit. Now -- panels chronicling Earth's history line the path through the meadows. ((SOT Fitch 000538 We think it's a wonderful combination. It gets people outdoors, which they love to do. Our trails are really great. 46 But then we have this educational piece -- one, the fossils that are here 50 They're fossils of the oldest reef in the world 54 and almost half a billion years old 57)) That's right -- the Chazy Reef we're walking on pre-dates coral reefs. If you know where to look -- you can find fossils of ancient ancestors to today's snails -- or, a little off the beaten path, even squid and octopus. ((SOT Linda Fitch 001137 This kind of wonderful thing here was a very large cephalopod -- and here's a smaller one. Cat: Oh wow. Linda: And part of another one 48)) But before those creatures would have a chance -- they had to have oxygen to breathe. This panel -- explains how that happened. ((SOT Fitch 001948 Oxygen was poisonous to life as it had developed up to that point 54 So it was a mass extinction 57)) A mass extinction that led to the growth of new life. And as we walk through the trees, we come to an ancient underwater scene with sponges, trilobites and jellies -- about 540 million years ago. This is what our reef would have looked like. ((SOT Fitch, 001654 This reef here was the first biologically-diverse ecosystem. 58)) ((CAT STANDUP 002654 Where I'm standing represents about 250 million years ago. We're almost at the end of the walk, and we haven't even gotten to the dinosaurs yet! 002703)) They're not far off though. In fact, the history most of us are familiar with -- the extinction of the dinosaurs and the rise of mammals -- only takes place in the last few feet of the path. ((SOT 003113 Cat: And just on this very last panel we get to us -- humans. Linda: We do. Homo sapiens. Perhaps about a million years ago. 23 Very, very recent, when you consider the entire history of Earth 28)) A history of Earth -- preserved in the Islands. Cat Viglienzoni, Channel 3 News, Isle La Motte.

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The exhibit will be up through mid-October, and then will be taken down for the winter.

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(((a busy few days for local auto racing fans wrapping up Sunday in Plattsburgh. It's the second running of the ACT International at Airborne Speedway. This year, the late model race is 3 segments, totaling 200 lap... Last year's runner up, Williston's Brian Hoar, starting on the pole and leading the pack until lap 26 when a flat tire forces him to the back. Barre's Nick Sweet takes over on the restart and never looks back, taking the first 50-lap segment. Hoar down but not out ... The 37-machine makes a run in the second 75-lap segment grabbing the win but he would not factor into the finale... That would be a three-way race between Sweet, Patrick Laperle and Joey Pole... After Pole falls behind... It's Sweet and LaPerle going door to door for the final 20... With 3 to go, the Quebec native Laperle making the final move to seal it... Patrick Laperle wins the ACT International and $25,000. Sweet settles for second, Pole was third. --- "To win like that you know... To be side by side and next to each other you ever know what could happen... I passed him with two laps to go and held on it was awesome, a great race... Obviously, wish I could have stayed a little longer on the outside and made the pass but his car was a little better than mine today, I'm still proud of everyone associated with my race team" --- At Centennial Field, the Lake Monsters hosting Hudson Valley. Tied at 1 in the bottom of the seventh, one out and the basses are loaded for Brett Vertigan. He grounds to first base, they get one out at second, but Vertigan avoids the double play with his speed. A run scores. 2-1 Vermont. The next batter, Max Kuhn lines one dine the line in right bringing in another run. The Monsters hang on for the 3-1 win. --- The Mountaineers were off last night for the all star game. They're off again tonight and are back in action Tuesday. That's it for now, Scott Fleishman, channel 3 sports, have a great day.)))

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NE clouds: just a few clouds, mainly north NE temps/radar: Lots of 50s here, but 60s elsewhere. Just a few showers north of the border. NE dewpoints: still not too bad - mainly 50s, but some 60s west/northwest. U.S. Highs today: hot across country, especially midwest.

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A love of hockey and an unexpected diagnosis at the age of 25 have shaped a Vermont woman's life. She started Hockey Fights MS after being diagnosed in college. This weekend in Vermont, more than 6-hundred players are hitting the ice to raise money for MS research and rehabilitation. Julie Kelley has more.

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((Candice Arnold/Executive Director "Hockey Fights MS" 00:11:49- 00:11:56 It is emotional because it's just something that you -- )) Candice Arnold struggles to find the words to describe the unknown that is multiple sclerosis. ((Candice Arnold/Executive Director "Hockey Fights MS" 00:12:15-00:12:36 There's a big question mark as to how is ms going to effect you? And it effects everybody at a different level and so that's the most emotional, scariest, scariest part about all of this. It's not like you can say I have this and in five years I'm going to be here and in five years I'll be here. it's a question. Nobody knows.)) This 34-year-old says, she is grateful that she has gone almost ten years and she is still walking and doing almost everything she did before her diagnosis ... Including playing hockey! ((Candice Arnold/Executive Director "Hockey Fights MS" 00:03:05 - 00:03:18 I just thought, rather than sit here and try to wonder what the future is going to be I might as well just do something to make myself feel better and to also try to help everybody who is dealing with the same thing that I am.)) ((Dr. Angela Applebee/Director of MS Center at Fletcher Allen 00:07:29-00:07:43 That's what I see with MS patients they not only want to help themselves ahve a good quality of life but help others and help us fight the disease and bringing awareness is the best way to do that and that's how we make further developments in the field of MS)) ((Candice Arnold/Executive Director "Hockey Fights MS" 00:14:18 -00:14:22 Vermont is a great place in that there are so many rinks here ... )) And Candice needs every one she can get this weekend! She started Hockey Fights MS in Pennsylvania nearly a decade ago and today, there are also events in Maryland, Massachusetts and Vermont. ((Candice Arnold/Executive Director "Hockey Fights MS" 00:01:53-00:02:00 We have one in Vermont, which is our largest, with almost fifty teams. We have a little over 600 players playing this weekend. That's our largest.)) Players are coming from as far as Texas and her Mom will be out on the ice too. Like Candice, MS hasn't stopped her from playing hockey and helping her daughter raise money for the MS Center at Fletcher Allen Healthcare. Nats-hospital So far, Hockey Fights MS has raised nearly 40-thousand-dollars for the hospital. Stand up - Julie Kelley The money that Candice has raised at the hockey tournament helped pay for an infusion chair here at Fletcher Allen. And that's just the start of her impact helping other MS patients. ((Candice Arnold/Executive Director "Hockey Fights MS" 00:09:47 -00:09:58 We were able to donate enough money to Johns Hopkins in Baltimore that they were able to buy a new microscope and so, just knowing that the researchers are using that microscope every day makes me feel really good about that.)) ((Dr. Angela Applebee/Director of MS Center at Fletcher Allen 00:08:14-00:08:47 Reporter: what do you think when you see one woman do so much? Applebee: I'm just .. it actually, I can't, It takes words out of my mouth. Honestly. I'm just impressed by her and not only her, but I have a lot of patients like her, they're inspirational and they make me want to come to my job. )) JULIE KELLEY, CHANNEL3 NEWS BTV.

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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. weather intro (anchors thank in 3-shot-transition to lead story)

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Investigators are trying to figure out what brought down a plane in Lake Placid --- killing three people. The Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board have taken over the investigation. We're waiting for word on whether the plane was landing or taking off when the crash happened. The names of the victims have not been released yet. Logan Crawford talked with people on the ground who heard the crash.

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(tile 2060 00:04:48:12) ((nats plane 00:04:50:10)) A single engine plane flying over northern New York crashed on a farm in the town of North Elba -- killing the 3 people onboard. (tile 2057 00:02:51:05) ((James Tolkan/Neighbor "I've often thought that it's a possibility that some plane could come down near here. This is the first time it has. It's shocking, it's almost disbelief." 00:03:05:20)) The plane went down less than a mile from the Lake Placid Airport. New York State Police and the Federal Aviation Administration are investigating the crash. (tile 2068 00:09:56:04) ((Samuel Barclay/Lake Placid "it's surprising everyone's shocked and wants to know what's going on and I'm curious myself. They have a lot of police down there. It'd be nice to hear something." 00:10:06:25)) (tile 2066 00:08:09:12) ((Logan Crawford/North Elba "I spoke with the owner of the farm where the plane crashed. She won't go on camera -- but says she was doing work around the farm this morning when she heard a plane right overhead and a thud right after. She said the plane burst into flames immediately and there was nothing anyone could do to save the people onboard." 00:08:26:00)) (tile 2070 00:12:27:00) ((Craig Randall/Lake Placid Mayor "Our fire and rescue people were on the scene almost immediately and were able to extinguish the burning plane but unfortunately weren't able to do anything for the occupants of the plane." 00:12:42:12)) Police declined to comment. The identities of the 3 victims -- as well as what caused the plane to crash -- are currently unknown. (tile 2057 00:04:08:28) ((James Tolkan/Neighbor "Grateful that it didn't land on my house and my animals and my family and my wife and so on. But I've been aware that it could happen with these small planes, this little airport." 00:04:20:17)) Police say the FAA is taking over the investigation. Logan Crawford, channel 3 news, North Elba. -3-

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The search for a plane that disappeared 40 years ago above Lake Champlain is over. After a search that spanned about 15 miles at the bottom of Lake Champlain, no evidence of the plane was found. Search teams used underwater vehicles and side-scanning sonar in hopes of finding the jet that likely crashed into the lake during a snowstorm in 1971. Although nothing was recovered, Investigators say the case will remain open.

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Police say a Richmond man is dead after a motorcycle crash. Vermont state police say late Sunday night -- Bryon Derway was driving on Duxbury road in Bolton -- when he lost control of the motorcycle around a sharp curve. They say he slid on the road into a guardrail. The 24-year-old died at the hospital. Anyone who may have seen the accident is asked to call police.

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A Burlington man will be in court this morning -- accused of stalking a young girl at the University Mall. South Burlington police say yesterday 42-year old Ryan Aldrich followed the pre-teen from the food court into a store. There police say he asked the girl several age-inappropriate questions that made her fear for her safety. Aldrich stopped -- when the girl's father entered the store. Aldrich is charged with aggravated stalking. Police say he is a registered sex offender with a sex assault conviction.

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Hartford Police say a body was found in White River Junction. The call came in around 4:30 p-m Sunday -- notifying police that there was a dead body in a wooded area behind Mount Olivet Cemetary on Hartford Avenue. When they got there, they found the body of a 51-year-old man. Police are working to notify family and have not released a name. The incident is still under investigation.

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(anchors introduce gary) Local temps: Mainly in upper 50s, low 60s NE clouds: just a few clouds, mainly north NE temps/radar: Lots of 50s here, but 60s elsewhere. Just a few showers north of the border. NE dewpoints: still not too bad - mainly 50s, but some 60s west/northwest. U.S. Clouds/radar: some rain SE. May be stormy in upper midwest, hot, too. Forecast clouds/precip: Just an isolated t-storm possible today, mainly Adirondacks. Tomorrow, too, mainly south.

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Today: Partly sunny Chance for an isolated t-storm Highs: 78 to 85 Wind: S 5 to 15 mph Tonight: Partly cloudy Lows: 58 to 65 Wind: S 5 to 10 mph Tuesday: Partly sunny More humid Chance for an isolated t-storm Highs: 83 to 90 Wind: SSW 5 to 15 mph Extended: Wednesday: Showers, t-storms, some strong Lows: 65 to 72 Highs: 80s Thursday: Chance for AM showers Then partly sunny Not as hot, humid Lows: 58 to 65 Highs: 70s Friday: Partly cloudy Lows: 50s Highs: 75 to 85 Hyper-Extended: Saturday: Partly cloudy Lows: 50s Highs: 75 to 85 Sunday: Partly sunny Chance for showers, t-storms Lows: 50s Highs: 75 to 85

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Secretary of State John Kerry head to Egypt today -- trying to broker a cease-fire deal between Israel and Hamas. As the death toll in Gaza continues to climb. Lauren Lyster has the latest -- in Worldwatch.

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US Secretary of State John Kerry travels to Egypt today to attempt to broker a cease fire between Israel and Hamas militants. The trip comes as calls for an end to the violence grow louder. Sunday was the deadliest day in the conflict since fighting began nearly three weeks ago. At least 90 Palestinians were killed, including many civilians. 13 Israeli soldiers died. Two of them were American citizens. International access to the site of a downed Malaysia Airlines jetliner is still limited, four days after the plane was shot from the sky. Western leaders are accusing pro-Russian rebels of tampering with the crash site in eastern Ukraine. All 298 people aboard died. Many of the bodies have been placed into refrigerated boxcars, but there are concerns the remains may not be treated with due respect and dignity. And...Hundreds of people watched the "Eagle" land again in New York City's Times Square Sunday to mark the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 space mission. Toshiba celebrated by showing a special video from NASA on a giant TV screen. Many of the visitors shot the presentation on their own personal electronic devices. Those are some of the day's top stories. I'm Lauren Lyster, CBS News New York.

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Here's a look at who's hiring this morning. The I-T company -- CTG is looking for a database analyst, data architect, revenue cycle program manager, epic testing coordinator, a techincal analyst -- and a number of other positions. They have openings listed in Burlington, Montpelier, and Essex Junction.

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And an Essex Junction Manufacturing company is increasing operations staff. Autumn Harp Inc. is hiring a quality specailist and a compounder. They are also hiring two night shift positions -- a production team leader and compounding team leader.

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And for members of the guard, reserves, veterans and spouses -- there is a Career Resources and Job fair tomorrow in White River Junction. The expo is from 1 until 3 -- and then opens to the public from 3 until five. It's in the V-A Education buildling on North main street. Again that's on Tuesday. For a link to the job opportunities -- visit wcax.com. That's help wanted.

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Big news for virtual book junkies -- amazon has has rolled out it's first E-Book subscription service. It's called Kindle Unlimited. You pay just under 10 bucks a month -- for access to over a half-million digital and audio books. The company says with hopes to expand its service and attract more users -- it will give customers the ability to read as much as they want for one flat rate. This move comes in the midst of a dispute between the compnay and big name authors -- over e-book contract negotiations. The fight has Amazon pushing for a greater share of e-book revenue -- and lower e-book prices.

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It seems like everyone is into taking selfies these days... Even crimials. And two crimes -- caught on camera -- helped police make arrests. The first, was when police say a group of suspects in Georgia -- actually videotaped themselves making meth. Police say the hope video was made by four people who were making the drug inside a garage. It not only shows the suspets making meth -- but also taking hits of it as well. Investigators say they found the video on a cellphone -- that the group had filmed during the process.

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And the second, was when a woman landed herself in trouble with police -- over the pictures she posted on facebook. That's because officers say the clothes she's wearing in the photo -- were stolen. They say the Illinois woman was suspected of stealing from a local boutique -- and then she posted photos of herself wearing the stolen goods. She was arrested -- and police later found she was wanted on another warrant in a nearby county.

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Almanac: Warm & dry yesterday - nice summer day. July so far: A little warmer, drier than average so far. NE clouds: just a few clouds, mainly north NE temps/radar: Lots of 50s here, but 60s elsewhere. Just a few showers north of the border. NE dewpoints: still not too bad - mainly 50s, but some 60s west/northwest. U.S. Highs today: hot across country, especially midwest.

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Who knew? It turns out the world's oldest known reef is right here in Vermont. Cat Viglienzoni went to Isle La Motte check it out.

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The moment you step out of your car at the Goodsell Ridge Preserve in Isle La Motte -- you're walking on history. The shadows of an ancient gastropod are etched in the rocks here. This -- is the start of the Walk Through Time. ((SOT Linda Fitch, Isle La Motte Preservation Trust President 000016 It's 4,600 feet long 18 Cat: And that's significant because? Linda: Because every foot represents a million years 24)) Linda Fitch is the president of the Isle La Motte Preservation Trust. In January -- she got a call asking if they wanted the exhibit. Now -- panels chronicling Earth's history line the path through the meadows. ((SOT Fitch 000538 We think it's a wonderful combination. It gets people outdoors, which they love to do. Our trails are really great. 46 But then we have this educational piece -- one, the fossils that are here 50 They're fossils of the oldest reef in the world 54 and almost half a billion years old 57)) That's right -- the Chazy Reef we're walking on pre-dates coral reefs. If you know where to look -- you can find fossils of ancient ancestors to today's snails -- or, a little off the beaten path, even squid and octopus. ((SOT Linda Fitch 001137 This kind of wonderful thing here was a very large cephalopod -- and here's a smaller one. Cat: Oh wow. Linda: And part of another one 48)) But before those creatures would have a chance -- they had to have oxygen to breathe. This panel -- explains how that happened. ((SOT Fitch 001948 Oxygen was poisonous to life as it had developed up to that point 54 So it was a mass extinction 57)) A mass extinction that led to the growth of new life. And as we walk through the trees, we come to an ancient underwater scene with sponges, trilobites and jellies -- about 540 million years ago. This is what our reef would have looked like. ((SOT Fitch, 001654 This reef here was the first biologically-diverse ecosystem. 58)) ((CAT STANDUP 002654 Where I'm standing represents about 250 million years ago. We're almost at the end of the walk, and we haven't even gotten to the dinosaurs yet! 002703)) They're not far off though. In fact, the history most of us are familiar with -- the extinction of the dinosaurs and the rise of mammals -- only takes place in the last few feet of the path. ((SOT 003113 Cat: And just on this very last panel we get to us -- humans. Linda: We do. Homo sapiens. Perhaps about a million years ago. 23 Very, very recent, when you consider the entire history of Earth 28)) A history of Earth -- preserved in the Islands. Cat Viglienzoni, Channel 3 News, Isle La Motte.

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The exhibit will be up through mid-October, and then taken down for the winter.

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Construction near the border -- how to beat the traffic backups... A New Hampshire Vet receives a great honor ... And risks and benefits of vaccinations...

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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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The Unions representing workers of Fairpoint Communications in Northern New England say a first vote shows an overwhelming majority support authorizing a strike. Negotiations began in April on a contract that expires at the start of August. Workers in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont recently held meetings to vote on whether to authorize a strike. Voting has finished in Maine and Vermont, but has been extended in New Hampshire due to storm damage. The vote does not mean the 2-thousand workers will go on strike but gives leaders with the Communications Workers of America and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers the ability to call for one. The company says service to customers will continue if there is a strike.

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A couple of good samaritans came to the rescue after a Massachusetts hiker got sick on Mount Washington. 62-year-old Wayne Taylor was hiking along the Lion Head Trail. That's when he began to feel sick and exhausted. A nurse practitioner and an E-M-T who were also hiking came to his rescue and called for help. Taylor was checked out by an rescue crews but declined further treatment.

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A new hampshire veteran -- will recieve the nations high decoration for battlefield valor today. President Barack Obama will bestow the Medal of Honor on Army veteran Staff Sargeant Ryan Pitts who fought off enemy fighters during one of the bloodiest battles of the war in Afghanistan despite being critically wounded by shrapnel. The Nashua man will be awarded the medal during a ceremony today at the White House. The 28-year-old will become the ninth living recipient of the medal for actions in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Senator Bernie Sanders is awash in cash even though he is not up for reelection until 20-18. The Senator raked in more than 716-thousand dollars just in the past three months, according to campaign finance reports. That's about nine times the amount he raised last quarter. The big influx comes as the senator has hinted at a possible presidential run. Senator Sanders says his campaign's fund-raising efforts are about other races besides his own.

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((00:06:55 one of the things we're doing is refunneling some of that money into other candidates. i worry very very much about a republican control over the united states senate. they control the house. i dont think -- i know i dont want to see that 00:07:08)) Senator Sanders points out that most of the money that came in is from donors giving small amounts -- the average contribution, roughly 41 dollars. His campaign war chest now totals more than four-and-a-half million dollars.

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Crossing into Canada could take more time than usual over the next few weeks. U-S Customs and Border Protection says a 2-week construction holiday in Canada will cause traffic delays on both sides of the border. With tourists and commuters crossing the Vermont-Canadian border throughout the summer, they say having all the proper travel documents ready at the border will help speed up the process.

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(anchors introduce gary) Local temps: Mainly in upper 50s, low 60s NE clouds: just a few clouds, mainly north NE temps/radar: Lots of 50s here, but 60s elsewhere. Just a few showers north of the border. NE dewpoints: still not too bad - mainly 50s, but some 60s west/northwest. U.S. Clouds/radar: some rain SE. May be stormy in upper midwest, hot, too. Forecast clouds/precip: Just an isolated t-storm possible today, mainly Adirondacks. Tomorrow, too, mainly south.

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Today: Partly sunny Chance for an isolated t-storm Highs: 78 to 85 Wind: S 5 to 15 mph Tonight: Partly cloudy Lows: 58 to 65 Wind: S 5 to 10 mph Tuesday: Partly sunny More humid Chance for an isolated t-storm Highs: 83 to 90 Wind: SSW 5 to 15 mph Extended: Wednesday: Showers, t-storms, some strong Lows: 65 to 72 Highs: 80s Thursday: Chance for AM showers Then partly sunny Not as hot, humid Lows: 58 to 65 Highs: 70s Friday: Partly cloudy Lows: 50s Highs: 75 to 85 Hyper-Extended: Saturday: Partly cloudy Lows: 50s Highs: 75 to 85 Sunday: Partly sunny Chance for showers, t-storms Lows: 50s Highs: 75 to 85

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(((a busy few days for local auto racing fans wrapping up Sunday in Plattsburgh. It's the second running of the ACT International at Airborne Speedway. This year, the late model race is 3 segments, totaling 200 lap... Last year's runner up, Williston's Brian Hoar, starting on the pole and leading the pack until lap 26 when a flat tire forces him to the back. Barre's Nick Sweet takes over on the restart and never looks back, taking the first 50-lap segment. Hoar down but not out ... The 37-machine makes a run in the second 75-lap segment grabbing the win but he would not factor into the finale... That would be a three-way race between Sweet, Patrick Laperle and Joey Pole... After Pole falls behind... It's Sweet and LaPerle going door to door for the final 20... With 3 to go, the Quebec native Laperle making the final move to seal it... Patrick Laperle wins the ACT International and $25,000. Sweet settles for second, Pole was third. --- "To win like that you know... To be side by side and next to each other you ever know what could happen... I passed him with two laps to go and held on it was awesome, a great race... Obviously, wish I could have stayed a little longer on the outside and made the pass but his car was a little better than mine today, I'm still proud of everyone associated with my race team" --- At Centennial Field, the Lake Monsters hosting Hudson Valley. Tied at 1 in the bottom of the seventh, one out and the basses are loaded for Brett Vertigan. He grounds to first base, they get one out at second, but Vertigan avoids the double play with his speed. A run scores. 2-1 Vermont. The next batter, Max Kuhn lines one dine the line in right bringing in another run. The Monsters hang on for the 3-1 win. --- The Mountaineers were off last night for the all star game. They're off again tonight and are back in action Tuesday. That's it for now, Scott Fleishman, channel 3 sports, have a great day.)))

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This morning 3 Minute Wrap. Getting you up to speed every morning -- in just 3 minutes.

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Secretary of State John Kerry is heading back to the Middle East this morning to push for a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas. When Kerry arrives in Egypt, he'll join diplomatic efforts to resume a truce that had been agreed to back in 2012. Meanwhile, the U-N Security Council emerged from an emergency session late last night with a proposed resolution much weaker than a proposal from Jordan that called for Israel to pull out of Gaza. The Palestinian death toll is now past 500.

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We're finally hearing from Russia's president after the deadly plane shoot down. Vladimir Putin is lashing out at Ukraine for ongoing violence with pro-Russian rebels in the eastern part of the country. And he says the downing of the Malaysia Airlines plane over eastern Ukraine is being used for others' "mercenary objectives." In a statement posted on the Kremlin website, Putin says he supports a crash investigation by a "full team of experts" under the U-N's watch. Meanwhile, Western leaders say pro-Russia rebels are tampering with the crash site.

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Still no word on what caused a deadly plane crash near Lake Placid. Investigators from the F-A-A and the N-T-S-B are on the scene in the town of North Elba. A small plane went down at a farm there Saturday -- killing all three people on board.. The crash was only a mile from the airport. It's unclear if the plane was landing or taking off. The names of the victims have not been released.

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A Burlington man is accused of stalking a young girl at the University Mall. South Burlington police say yesterday 42-year old Ryan Aldrich followed the pre-teen from the food court into a store. There police say he asked the girl several age-inappropriate questions that made her fear for her safety. Aldrich stopped -- when the girl's father entered the store. Aldrich is charged with aggravated stalking. Police say he is a registered sex offender with a sex assault conviction.

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Another retailer is set to open this week in South Burlington. Tuesday is the grand opening of Pier One Imports. It will be right next to Trader Joes--off of Dorset Street. The home décor company says when Vermont's store opens -- it will mark them having a store in all 50 states.

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The Adirondack Challenge put politicians to the test. Governors Peter Shumlin and Andrew Cuomo went head to head in a rafting race down New York's Indian River. The event is aimed at increasing tourism in the Adirondacks.

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It turns out -- the world's oldest known reef is right here in Vermont. The Chazy ((SHAY-ZEE)) Reef is part of the Goodsell Ridge Preserve in Isle La Motte. Panels in a new exhibit called "The Walk Through Time" take visitors to the preserve back nearly half a BILLION years to chronicle the history of the reef.

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((SOT Fitch 000538 We think it's a wonderful combination. It gets people outdoors, which they love to do. Our trails are really great. 46 But then we have this educational piece -- one, the fossils that are here 50 They're fossils of the oldest reef in the world 54 and almost half a billion years old 57)) If you want to visit -- that exhibit will be up through mid-October before it's taken down for the winter.

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

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NE clouds: just a few clouds, mainly north NE temps/radar: Lots of 50s here, but 60s elsewhere. Just a few showers north of the border. NE dewpoints: still not too bad - mainly 50s, but some 60s west/northwest. U.S. Highs today: hot across country, especially midwest.

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A love of hockey and an unexpected diagnosis at the age of 25 have shaped a Vermont woman's life. She started Hockey Fights MS after being diagnosed in college. This weekend in Vermont, more than 6-hundred players are hitting the ice to raise money for MS research and rehabilitation. Julie Kelley has more.

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((Candice Arnold/Executive Director "Hockey Fights MS" 00:11:49- 00:11:56 It is emotional because it's just something that you -- )) Candice Arnold struggles to find the words to describe the unknown that is multiple sclerosis. ((Candice Arnold/Executive Director "Hockey Fights MS" 00:12:15-00:12:36 There's a big question mark as to how is ms going to effect you? And it effects everybody at a different level and so that's the most emotional, scariest, scariest part about all of this. It's not like you can say I have this and in five years I'm going to be here and in five years I'll be here. it's a question. Nobody knows.)) This 34-year-old says, she is grateful that she has gone almost ten years and she is still walking and doing almost everything she did before her diagnosis ... Including playing hockey! ((Candice Arnold/Executive Director "Hockey Fights MS" 00:03:05 - 00:03:18 I just thought, rather than sit here and try to wonder what the future is going to be I might as well just do something to make myself feel better and to also try to help everybody who is dealing with the same thing that I am.)) ((Dr. Angela Applebee/Director of MS Center at Fletcher Allen 00:07:29-00:07:43 That's what I see with MS patients they not only want to help themselves ahve a good quality of life but help others and help us fight the disease and bringing awareness is the best way to do that and that's how we make further developments in the field of MS)) ((Candice Arnold/Executive Director "Hockey Fights MS" 00:14:18 -00:14:22 Vermont is a great place in that there are so many rinks here ... )) And Candice needs every one she can get this weekend! She started Hockey Fights MS in Pennsylvania nearly a decade ago and today, there are also events in Maryland, Massachusetts and Vermont. ((Candice Arnold/Executive Director "Hockey Fights MS" 00:01:53-00:02:00 We have one in Vermont, which is our largest, with almost fifty teams. We have a little over 600 players playing this weekend. That's our largest.)) Players are coming from as far as Texas and her Mom will be out on the ice too. Like Candice, MS hasn't stopped her from playing hockey and helping her daughter raise money for the MS Center at Fletcher Allen Healthcare. Nats-hospital So far, Hockey Fights MS has raised nearly 40-thousand-dollars for the hospital. Stand up - Julie Kelley The money that Candice has raised at the hockey tournament helped pay for an infusion chair here at Fletcher Allen. And that's just the start of her impact helping other MS patients. ((Candice Arnold/Executive Director "Hockey Fights MS" 00:09:47 -00:09:58 We were able to donate enough money to Johns Hopkins in Baltimore that they were able to buy a new microscope and so, just knowing that the researchers are using that microscope every day makes me feel really good about that.)) ((Dr. Angela Applebee/Director of MS Center at Fletcher Allen 00:08:14-00:08:47 Reporter: what do you think when you see one woman do so much? Applebee: I'm just .. it actually, I can't, It takes words out of my mouth. Honestly. I'm just impressed by her and not only her, but I have a lot of patients like her, they're inspirational and they make me want to come to my job. )) JULIE KELLEY, CHANNEL3 NEWS BTV.


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