Thu 28-APR-2016 Early A.M. News Script

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((THANK GARY)) ((Gina: Rutland's mayor wants to welcome Syrian refugees but that decision isn't sitting right with lawmakers...)) ((EVA TALKS)) But first this morning... her death rocked the Northeast Kingdom...

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A major charge is thrown out against one of Pat O'Hagan's accused killers. Eliza Larson has more.

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((Eliza Larson/Sheffield: "It was a killing that shocked the entire community of Sheffield, but, in a new development, a judge has thrown out the first degree murder charge of one of the three defendants.)) Authorities say Keith Baird, Michael Norrie and Richard Fletcher murdered 78-year-old Pat O'Hagan during a botched burglary in 2010. Norrie and Fletcher have already pleaded guilty to lesser charges, Baird was awaiting trial -- but his attorney argued the state could not prove Baird either killed or had the intent to kill O'Hagan. The Caledonian-Record newspaper reports today that Judge Michael Kupersmith agreed -- throwing out the murder charge. ((ELIZA: We talked with residents in the community who say the day was an emotional one.)) ((Leslie DeGreenia/Sheffield: "I think he belongs in jail. he cried foul and he lost there. ANd that he wasn't there but he was. Pat was a good friend of mine. He was involved. If the court lets him off somebody should check the courts.")) Prosecutor Lisa Warren tells the paper she is mulling options to appeal or file a reduced charge. The judge also ruled to move the trial out of the county. Eliza Larson. Channel 3 News. Sheffield.

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The man authorities say went after women of color - with Ku Klux Klan fliers in Burlington takes a plea deal. 21-year-old William (SHANK) Schenk was arrested last fall for specifically targeting two women. He pleaded no contest to two counts of disorderly conduct -- and time already served. Schenk also apologized to his victims in court.

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((SOT William Schenk, Accused 004302 I do care about the victims and I just want them to move on in life and I'm going to do the same 13)) ((SOT Jocellyn Harvey, Victim 004711 He said what he needed to say. Whether or not I fully believe them, as of right now, I don't think I do. 16)) Schenk originally argued to get the charges dropped - on first amendment -- free speech grounds. But the judge said he'd specifically gone after the women. Schenk now plans to appeal the first amendment issue to the supreme court. He also faces felony charges in a separate case in New York.

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Bernie Sanders is set to lay off hundreds of campaign workers -- after losing four out of five primaries yesterday -- in his pursuit of the presidency. Sanders tells the New York Times he will stay in the race, but is scaling back his campaign. He will focus on trying to win California -- while also conceding he has a QUOTE "very narrow path" to the nomination. Sanders is also adjusting his message -- telling supporters he will go to the convention to fight for a progressive platform.

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((Sanders: We are in the campaign to win but if we do not win we intend to win every delegate we can so when we go to Philadelphia in July we can put together the strongest most progressive agenda we have ever seen. Our job whether we win or we do not, he says is to transform not just the country, but the democratic party.")) As for Clinton, she now has 91-percent of the delegates needed to clinch the nomination -- and at her current pace she could do that in the final set of primaries before the Democratic convention.

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Ted Cruz picked a running mate -- BEFORE he wins the republican nomination. He announced that Carly Fiorina will be his Vice Presidential pick if he is the nominee.

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The Queen City welcomes a new fire chief .. On the job now for 4 months. This morning, Tyler's checking in to see how he's been doing -- he's live in Burlington this morning. Hi, Tyler.

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Previously Hartford fire chief? You've been a firefighter for a long time! Tell us about your career. You've held some other leadership roles too, right? Some of the challenges you've faced in your career? When you were hired, one of the things you were credited with was how you handled the aftermath of Tropical Storm Irene. This is the state's busiest fire department? They call you a "chief Engineer", what does that mean? What are the challenges of being a chief? What are the challenges of working in a city? Older buildings? How do you connect with the community? How can people help the department - particularly this time of year? History of the fire house? Hidden secrets? What's a typical day like for a Burlington firefighter? Variety of calls? What goes through your mind when a call comes in? Your day can change quickly. Firefighters seem to be more like EMT's these days. Is there a particular rescue you made that really made you re-evaluate your life and what you do? Where do you see yourself moving forward? Do you want to stay here?

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We'll continue our chat -- and learn more about the Central Ave fire station -- ahead!

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((2SHOT)) ((GREEN WALL)) Today will be a whole lot like yesterday - starting cold, but ending up sunny, although still a bit cool for this time of year. Friday will be much the same, but a few more clouds in our southern areas. Weekend starts out okay with more sunshine, but a system pushing up from the south will bring rain showers starting Sunday, lasting through Monday, and lingering into Tuesday. As that system moves out, another one, coming in from the west, will take its place with more showers on Wed.

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Today: Mostly sunny Highs: 48 to 55 Wind: NNW 5 to 15 mph Tonight: N: Mostly clear S: Mostly cloudy Lows: 18 to 28 Wind: Light Friday: N: Mostly sunny S: Mix of sun & clouds Highs: 52 to 58 Wind: N 5 to 15 mph Extended: Saturday: Partly cloudy Lows: 22 to 32 Highs: 50s Sunday: Mostly cloudy Showers Lows: 30s Highs: 50s Monday: Mostly cloudy Showers Lows: 35 to 45 Highs: 48 to 58 Hyper-Extended: Tuesday: Partly sunny Chance for showers, mainly early Lows: 30s Highs: 50s Wednesday: Mostly cloudy Showers Lows: 35 to 45 Highs: 55 to 65

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Paris terror suspect Salah (SAUL-UH) Abdeslam (AB-DUH-SLAHM) is back in France to face charges for November's attacks. Belgium authorities transferred him yesterday -- and armed police stood guard at the courthouse in Paris -- as authorities hauled him in to face trial. He is the only surviving suspect in last year's massacres in the French capital that killed 130 people. The 26 year old is charged with terrorist murders, and possessing and using weapons and bombs.

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He was once among the most powerful politicians in Washington. The former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert was sentenced in a Chicago courtroom to 15 months in prison .. And 2 years supervised release. The case involved long-secret accusations of sexual abuse and paying off an accuser. He told the court he was deeply ashamed and admitted to sexually abusing former wrestling student. Because of the statute of limitations, he cannot be charged with sexual abuse.

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A former volunteer Oklahoma sheriff's deputy who shot and killed unarmed suspect Eric Courtney Harris has been found guilty of second-degree manslaughter. A jury in Tulsa handed down its verdict against 74-year-old Robert Bates Wednesday. Bates says he meant to use his stun gun, but grabbed the wrong weapon. The jury recommended he be sentenced to four years in prison. He is scheduled to be sentenced next month.

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President Obama will visit Flint, Michigan after an 8-year-old girl asked to meet him. Mari Copeny wrote to the President asking to meet with him or the first lady to make sure he understood the city's water crisis. She said she was speaking on behalf of all the kids affected by lead-filled water in Flint. In the President's response to Mari -- he said he was proud of her and would visit next week.

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Experts says this year's allergy season has been a strange one so far in our region. The tree pollens often rampant in late April have been emerging a bit erratically. Doctors say that last year was the worst spring allergists have been with the highest pollen counts ever. Although allergies aren't that bad yet...it doesn't mean they won't come and experts say to prepare now.

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I hate to be the bearer of bad news... but...new data shows that dogs hate hugs. Dog owners are in denial but according to numerous outlets -- almost 82-percent of dogs dislike being hugged. It's based on cues of distress found in a random assortment of photos pulled from the internet. Ears down -- head turned to avoid eye contact. Submissive eye closing - lip licking -- anxious yawning. RUFF news for dog owners.

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A dramatic plane crash in Alabama. Surveillance video captured a small plane crashing into some oak trees after taking off. The plane -- bursts into flames, just as witnesses rush in to help. You can see a nearby business owner's reaction to the crash. Amazingly, the pilot escaped with only minor injuries to his hand.

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Today will be a whole lot like yesterday - starting cold, but ending up sunny, although still a bit cool for this time of year. Friday will be much the same, but a few more clouds in our southern areas. Weekend starts out okay with more sunshine, but a system pushing up from the south will bring rain showers starting Sunday, lasting through Monday, and lingering into Tuesday. As that system moves out, another one, coming in from the west, will take its place with more showers on Wed.

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Keeping Jay Peak and Qburke open...what it's going to take after the Kingdom Con. Rutland's Mayor in the hot seat after lawmakers are questioning his refugee plans. And Tyler is live from the Burlington Fire Department talking to the new chief.

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Amidst the alleged fraud case .. Those now in charge of Jay Peak and Q Burke say hundreds of people will keep their jobs at the resorts.. For now. Governor Shumlin was at Jay with investors and employees -- Kyle Midura was there.

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Mud season is Jay Peak's slow season, but hope springs anew here. The man a federal judge put behind the resort's financial controls says unfrozen and thawing assets totaling more than $22 million will keep the mountain afloat through the summer until skiers and riders return. Then it's up to Mother Nature. "Really that's what we need, we need a good snow season," said Michael Goldberg, the federal receiver. Goldberg arrived earlier this month to assess the impact of allegations that operators of Jay and Q Burke misused $200 million and stole another $50 million. Despite debts and bad publicity here, Goldberg and the governor say layoffs and bankruptcy are not in the forecast. "I can never guarantee anything 100 percent, but I can guarantee it 99.999 percent," Goldberg said. "I'm convinced that going forward, Jay Peak and Burke Mountain have a bright employment future," said Gov. Peter Shumlin, D-Vermont. Along with the unfrozen assets, allegedly defrauded foreign investors may double-down as they hope to secure their green cards, if not a solid return. "They're more concerned, in many respects, with getting their EB-5 status than getting their money back," Goldberg said. For Felipe Vieira, investing more is not an option. "To tell you the truth, I don't have money," Vieira said. He and his family sold off much of their lives in Brazil to create a life in Vermont. Vieira worries about his immigration status and how he'll pay for his daughter to go to college next year. "They need to put some kind of controls in place to prevent what's happening now," Vieira said. For employees, both optimists and pessimists received good news Wednesday. "I wasn't too worried about it before, but it's definitely that little bit of relief that everyone was looking for," said Trevor Trottier, a chef at the Clubhouse Grill. "It's amazing, I'm really, really happy to hear that, because this mountain employs a lot of people," said Madison Barry, a child care worker. "It's business as usual, it's actually better than usual," Goldberg said. Goldberg says visitors to the resorts won't notice any difference under new management outside of dropping the now infamous Q from Burke's title. Newport residents will notice a hole in their downtown where a planned project will not move forward. Commerce and economic development commissioner pat nolton notes where there was once distressed buildings with asbetos inside the walls, there will soon be green space. And that will certainly be more appealing to any future developers. Kyle Midura -- channel 3 news -- Jay.

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We know at least one potential buyer has already seen the hotel at Burke - that was scheduled to open last fall. A sale to a hotel operator would be key not just for the dozens of workers who THOUGHT they had a job at the resort - but also for businesses that opened up - expecting a flow of tourists. Folks in Burke were quick to react to the new developments.

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(("It's very important. It's very important for the hotel to be successful, for the mountain to endure and be successful we need the room base. So the hotel's critical to the mountain, and therefore, to the community,")) The receiver overseeing the resorts says bburke is finished and could open anytime.

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The mayor of Rutland was in the hot seat as he faced questions from lawmakers about his push to bring refugees to the city. Eva was at that meeting and is here now to explain. So here's what happened Gina...prior to Mayor Chris Louras' big announcement Tuesday that 100 refugees are coming to Rutland this fall, very few people knew ... including the entire Rutland County delegation. Louras did not give a heads up to most state, city or county officials before making this decision. As a result - there are real concerns. One by one, lawmakers peppered the mayor with questions about security and the financial costs at a meeting in Montpelier Wednesday. Louras said the move was a on need to know basis and if given the choice, he would keep lawmakers in the dark again.

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((SOT Louras: We do not live in a pure democracy. By very design in the United States, not everybody gets a vote on every specific issue)) ((SOT Rep. Douglas Gage R- Rutland City 003713, There hasn't been any testimony taken. The public has not had any part in this. To me, it's like bringing a puppy home to mom and dad and saying 'can I keep it?' 26 But you've already made the decision to keep it 29)) Rutland residents could see the first refugee families come to the city this October. The meeting was not entirely combative. Some state reps said the mayor's decision took "guts." The mayor says all that was required to bring the refugees to his city was a letter of support from him to Vermont's refugee resettlement group. He didn't sign any contract.

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Three men are arrested in a prostituion sting in Canaan, New Hampshire -- including a former school official. Police say in less than 24 hours -- the men contacted undercover officers -- offering to pay for sex. 55-year-old Peter Bloomfield of Enfield New Hampshire -- 49-year-old Alan Lane of Sharon Vermont and 48-year-old Matthew Laramie of Grantham New Hampshire, Laramie is the former principal of Ray School in Hanover New Hampshire. He was recently accused of embezzling more than 30-thousand-dollars. All face a misdemeanor charge.

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State Police say they stopped a driver with no license to drive - for the 11th time. Daniel Wilder's license was suspended ten years ago - after a DWI conviction. Yesterday .. troopers say they stopped the Northfield man for failing to signal. He'll be in court in June -- for his 11th charge of driving with license suspended.

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They are typically the busiest fire department in the state -- and now, Burlington has a new Fire Chief. Tyler is catches up with him this morning. Good morning, Tyler!

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Previously Hartford fire chief? You've been a firefighter for a long time! Tell us about your career. You've held some other leadership roles too, right? Some of the challenges you've faced in your career? When you were hired, one of the things you were credited with was how you handled the aftermath of Tropical Storm Irene. This is the state's busiest fire department? They call you a "chief Engineer", what does that mean? What are the challenges of being a chief? What are the challenges of working in a city? Older buildings? How do you connect with the community? How can people help the department - particularly this time of year? History of the fire house? Hidden secrets? What's a typical day like for a Burlington firefighter? Variety of calls? What goes through your mind when a call comes in? Your day can change quickly. Firefighters seem to be more like EMT's these days. Is there a particular rescue you made that really made you re-evaluate your life and what you do? Where do you see yourself moving forward? Do you want to stay here?

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How do firefighters get ready for the day -- and what do they do in their down time? We'll find out, during our next hour!

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((2SHOT)) ((GREEN WALL)) Today will be a whole lot like yesterday - starting cold, but ending up sunny, although still a bit cool for this time of year. Friday will be much the same, but a few more clouds in our southern areas. Weekend starts out okay with more sunshine, but a system pushing up from the south will bring rain showers starting Sunday, lasting through Monday, and lingering into Tuesday. As that system moves out, another one, coming in from the west, will take its place with more showers on Wed.

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Today: Mostly sunny Highs: 48 to 55 Wind: NNW 5 to 15 mph Tonight: N: Mostly clear S: Mostly cloudy Lows: 18 to 28 Wind: Light Friday: N: Mostly sunny S: Mix of sun & clouds Highs: 52 to 58 Wind: N 5 to 15 mph Extended: Saturday: Partly cloudy Lows: 22 to 32 Highs: 50s Sunday: Mostly cloudy Showers Lows: 30s Highs: 50s Monday: Mostly cloudy Showers Lows: 35 to 45 Highs: 48 to 58 Hyper-Extended: Tuesday: Partly sunny Chance for showers, mainly early Lows: 30s Highs: 50s Wednesday: Mostly cloudy Showers Lows: 35 to 45 Highs: 55 to 65

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A fire fighters is injured fighting a grass fire. This time in Georgia. Yesterday more than an acre-and-a-half -- scorched. At one point -- flames were shooting about 30 feet in the air. We're not sure of the injured fire fighter's condition. And we don't know how the fire started .. but Firefighters want to remind people -- it's too dry to burn right now.

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A study on groundwater runoff expands thanks to a half a million dollar grant. This field at Shelburne Farms is the site of an on going state agricultural study on groundwater runoff.. And now the USDA grant will help launch a new 4 year study here .. by UVM to evaluate how alternative farming practices effects water quality and climate change mitigation. Joshua Faulkner with UVM Extension says the information they gather can be used as the state moves to address global warming and tighten rules surrounding water quality.

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((Josh 00:03:00:08" We are concerned about water quality and there is talk of regulations for farmers and certain practices that may or may not be required so we want to make sure that we have the best scientific information available to back up the policy and the programs that are implemented in Vermont." 00:03:17:00)) But water is just part of what's being studied here .. They are also measuring green house gas emissions. The samples will be analyzed in the lab and carefully tracked for the next four years.

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Another effort to legalize marijuana at the state house. The Senate attached its pot bill to a House-approved miscellaneous crime bill -- and sent the whole package back to the House for consideration. Senators who support legalization say they were frustrated the pot bill -- stalled in committee. This approach bypasses those committees -- forcing the issue on to the House floor.

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Today will be a whole lot like yesterday - starting cold, but ending up sunny, although still a bit cool for this time of year. Friday will be much the same, but a few more clouds in our southern areas. Weekend starts out okay with more sunshine, but a system pushing up from the south will bring rain showers starting Sunday, lasting through Monday, and lingering into Tuesday. As that system moves out, another one, coming in from the west, will take its place with more showers on Wed.

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A first-degree murder charge -- tossed -- in the killing of a Northeast Kingdom grandmother. Authorities say Keith Baird, Michael Norrie and Richard Fletcher murdered 78-year-old Pat O'Hagan during a botched burglary in 2010. Norrie and Fletcher already pleaded guilty to lesser charges. The Caledonian-Record newspaper reports Judge Michael Kupersmith agreed to throw out the murder charge against Baird. Prosecutor Lisa Warren says she is considering an appeal or to file a reduced charge.

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The man authorities say distributed Ku Klux Klan fliers in Burlington takes a plea deal. 21-year-old William (SHANK) Schenk was arrested last fall for specifically targeting two women. He pleaded no contest to two counts of disorderly conduct -- and time already served. Schenk also apologized to his victims in court. He also faces felony charges in a separate case in New York.

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Jay Peak is open - and hiring. That's the word from Governor Peter Shumlin and the receiver now in charge of finances of the EB-5 projects in the Northeast Kingdom. Receiver Michael Goldberg Had revealed in a court filing of dire financial problems at Jay, but he now says enough funds have been released to keep everything up and running. Goldberg and Governor Shumlin met with employees Wednesday to assure them their jobs are secure.

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Three men are arrested in a prostitution sting in Canaan, New Hampshire -- including a former school official. Police say in less than 24 hours -- the men contacted undercover officers -- offering to pay for sex. 55-year-old Peter Bloomfield of Enfield New Hampshire -- 49-year-old Alan Lane of Sharon Vermont and 48-year-old Matthew Laramie of Grantham New Hampshire, Laramie is the former principal of Ray School in Hanover. He was recently accused of embezzling more than 30-thousand-dollars. All face a misdemeanor charge.

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An effort to remove criminal penalties for possessing syringes with trace amounts of illegal drugs hits a wall in the New Hampshire Senate. A key committee says the legislation, which would also allow hypodermic needles to be dispensed at places other than pharmacies, should be turned into a study committee, effectively preventing any changes this year.

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New York state makes $3 million dollars available to help people with disabilities get air conditioning. To qualify, households must meet income guidelines and include someone who suffers from a health problem that gets worse with heat. More than 4,100 households received assistance for air conditioning last summer. Applications will be accepted through August 31, or until funding runs out.

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Today the Plattsburgh City Common Council will decide if downtown businesses can set up outdoor dining space this summer. A number of restaurants and cafes don't have enough sidewalk space to set up tables, so they reserve parking spaces instead. The number of parking spaces varies depending on the size of the storefront. Business owners say outdoor dining helps them bring in more customers.

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Today will be a whole lot like yesterday - starting cold, but ending up sunny, although still a bit cool for this time of year. Friday will be much the same, but a few more clouds in our southern areas. Weekend starts out okay with more sunshine, but a system pushing up from the south will bring rain showers starting Sunday, lasting through Monday, and lingering into Tuesday. As that system moves out, another one, coming in from the west, will take its place with more showers on Wed.

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Today will be a whole lot like yesterday - starting cold, but ending up sunny, although still a bit cool for this time of year. Friday will be much the same, but a few more clouds in our southern areas. Weekend starts out okay with more sunshine, but a system pushing up from the south will bring rain showers starting Sunday, lasting through Monday, and lingering into Tuesday. As that system moves out, another one, coming in from the west, will take its place with more showers on Wed.

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A first-degree murder charge -- tossed -- in the killing of a Northeast Kingdom grandmother. Authorities say Keith Baird, Michael Norrie and Richard Fletcher murdered 78-year-old Pat O'Hagan during a botched burglary in 2010. Norrie and Fletcher already pleaded guilty to lesser charges. The Caledonian-Record newspaper reports Judge Michael Kupersmith agreed to throw out the murder charge against Baird. Prosecutor Lisa Warren says she is considering an appeal or to file a reduced charge.

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Jay Peak is open - and hiring. That's the word from Governor Peter Shumlin and the receiver now in charge of finances of the EB-5 projects in the Northeast Kingdom. Receiver Michael Goldberg Had revealed in a court filing of dire financial problems at Jay, but he now says enough funds have been released to keep everything up and running.

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Three men are arrested in a prostitution sting in Canaan, New Hampshire -- including a former school official. Police say in less than 24 hours -- the men contacted undercover officers -- offering to pay for sex. 55-year-old Peter Bloomfield of Enfield New Hampshire -- 49-year-old Alan Lane of Sharon Vermont and 48-year-old Matthew Laramie of Grantham New Hampshire, Laramie is the former principal of Ray School in Hanover. He was recently accused of embezzling more than 30-thousand-dollars. All face a misdemeanor charge.

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New York state makes 3 million dollars available to help people with disabilities get air conditioning. To qualify, households must meet income guidelines and include someone who suffers from a health problem that gets worse with heat. Applications will be accepted through August 31, or until funding runs out.

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Today will be a whole lot like yesterday - starting cold, but ending up sunny, although still a bit cool for this time of year. Friday will be much the same, but a few more clouds in our southern areas. Weekend starts out okay with more sunshine, but a system pushing up from the south will bring rain showers starting Sunday, lasting through Monday, and lingering into Tuesday. As that system moves out, another one, coming in from the west, will take its place with more showers on Wed.

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A first-degree murder charge -- tossed -- in the killing of a Northeast Kingdom grandmother. Authorities say Keith Baird, Michael Norrie and Richard Fletcher murdered 78-year-old Pat O'Hagan during a botched burglary in 2010. Norrie and Fletcher already pleaded guilty to lesser charges. The Caledonian-Record newspaper reports Judge Michael Kupersmith agreed to throw out the murder charge against Baird. Prosecutor Lisa Warren says she is considering an appeal or to file a reduced charge.

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Jay Peak is open - and hiring. That's the word from Governor Peter Shumlin and the receiver now in charge of finances of the EB-5 projects in the Northeast Kingdom. Receiver Michael Goldberg Had revealed in a court filing of dire financial problems at Jay, but he now says enough funds have been released to keep everything up and running.

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Three men are arrested in a prostitution sting in Canaan, New Hampshire -- including a former school official. Police say in less than 24 hours -- the men contacted undercover officers -- offering to pay for sex. 55-year-old Peter Bloomfield of Enfield New Hampshire -- 49-year-old Alan Lane of Sharon Vermont and 48-year-old Matthew Laramie of Grantham New Hampshire, Laramie is the former principal of Ray School in Hanover. He was recently accused of embezzling more than 30-thousand-dollars. All face a misdemeanor charge.

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New York state makes $3 million dollars available to help people with disabilities get air conditioning. To qualify, households must meet income guidelines and include someone who suffers from a health problem that gets worse with heat. Applications will be accepted through August 31, or until funding runs out.

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Today will be a whole lot like yesterday - starting cold, but ending up sunny, although still a bit cool for this time of year. Friday will be much the same, but a few more clouds in our southern areas. Weekend starts out okay with more sunshine, but a system pushing up from the south will bring rain showers starting Sunday, lasting through Monday, and lingering into Tuesday. As that system moves out, another one, coming in from the west, will take its place with more showers on Wed.

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((THANK GARY)) ((Gina: Rutland's mayor wants to welcome Syrian refugees but that decision isn't sitting right with lawmakers...)) ((EVA TALKS)) But first this morning... her death rocked the Northeast Kingdom...

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A major charge is thrown out against one of Pat O'Hagan's accused killers. Eliza Larson has more.

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((Eliza Larson/Sheffield: "It was a killing that shocked the entire community of Sheffield, but, in a new development, a judge has thrown out the first degree murder charge of one of the three defendants.)) Authorities say Keith Baird, Michael Norrie and Richard Fletcher murdered 78-year-old Pat O'Hagan during a botched burglary in 2010. Norrie and Fletcher have already pleaded guilty to lesser charges, Baird was awaiting trial -- but his attorney argued the state could not prove Baird either killed or had the intent to kill O'Hagan. The Caledonian-Record newspaper reports today that Judge Michael Kupersmith agreed -- throwing out the murder charge. ((ELIZA: We talked with residents in the community who say the day was an emotional one.)) ((Leslie DeGreenia/Sheffield: "I think he belongs in jail. he cried foul and he lost there. ANd that he wasn't there but he was. Pat was a good friend of mine. He was involved. If the court lets him off somebody should check the courts.")) Prosecutor Lisa Warren tells the paper she is mulling options to appeal or file a reduced charge. The judge also ruled to move the trial out of the county. Eliza Larson. Channel 3 News. Sheffield.

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The man authorities say went after women of color - with Ku Klux Klan fliers in Burlington takes a plea deal. 21-year-old William (SHANK) Schenk was arrested last fall for specifically targeting two women. He pleaded no contest to two counts of disorderly conduct -- and time already served. Schenk also apologized to his victims in court.

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((SOT William Schenk, Accused 004302 I do care about the victims and I just want them to move on in life and I'm going to do the same 13)) ((SOT Jocellyn Harvey, Victim 004711 He said what he needed to say. Whether or not I fully believe them, as of right now, I don't think I do. 16)) Schenk originally argued to get the charges dropped - on first amendment -- free speech grounds. But the judge said he'd specifically gone after the women. Schenk now plans to appeal the first amendment issue to the supreme court. He also faces felony charges in a separate case in New York.

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A Milton man who fooled his girlfriend in a bear hoax was sentenced to four to ten years in prison. 30-year-old Lucas Gingras pleaded guilty to first-degree arson and reckless endangerment after cutting a deal with prosecutors. Gingras was charged with attempted murder after police say he got his girlfriend to jump off a cliff while running from an imaginary bear. He claimed his girlfriend was injured while the couple tried to escape the bear. With credit for time served, Gingras could be out in about two years.

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Bernie Sanders is set to lay off hundreds of campaign workers -- after losing four out of five primaries yesterday -- in his pursuit of the presidency. Sanders tells the New York Times he will stay in the race, but is scaling back his campaign. He will focus on trying to win California -- while also conceding he has a QUOTE "very narrow path" to the nomination. Sanders is also adjusting his message -- telling supporters he will go to the convention to fight for a progressive platform.

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((Sanders: We are in the campaign to win but if we do not win we intend to win every delegate we can so when we go to Philadelphia in July we can put together the strongest most progressive agenda we have ever seen. Our job whether we win or we do not, he says is to transform not just the country, but the democratic party.")) As for Clinton, she now has 91-percent of the delegates needed to clinch the nomination -- and at her current pace she could do that in the final set of primaries before the Democratic convention.

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Ted Cruz picked a running mate -- BEFORE he wins the republican nomination. He announced that Carly Fiorina will be his Vice Presidential pick if he is the nominee.

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The Queen City welcomes a new fire chief .. On the job now for 4 months. This morning, Tyler's checking in to see how he's been doing -- he's live in Burlington this morning. Hi, Tyler.

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Previously Hartford fire chief? You've been a firefighter for a long time! Tell us about your career. You've held some other leadership roles too, right? Some of the challenges you've faced in your career? When you were hired, one of the things you were credited with was how you handled the aftermath of Tropical Storm Irene. This is the state's busiest fire department? They call you a "chief Engineer", what does that mean? What are the challenges of being a chief? What are the challenges of working in a city? Older buildings? How do you connect with the community? How can people help the department - particularly this time of year? History of the fire house? Hidden secrets? What's a typical day like for a Burlington firefighter? Variety of calls? What goes through your mind when a call comes in? Your day can change quickly. Firefighters seem to be more like EMT's these days. Is there a particular rescue you made that really made you re-evaluate your life and what you do? Where do you see yourself moving forward? Do you want to stay here?

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We'll continue our chat -- and learn more about the Central Ave fire station -- ahead!

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((2SHOT)) ((GREEN WALL)) Today will be a whole lot like yesterday - starting cold, but ending up sunny, although still a bit cool for this time of year. Friday will be much the same, but a few more clouds in our southern areas. Weekend starts out okay with more sunshine, but a system pushing up from the south will bring rain showers starting Sunday, lasting through Monday, and lingering into Tuesday. As that system moves out, another one, coming in from the west, will take its place with more showers on Wed.

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Today: Mostly sunny Highs: 48 to 55 Wind: NNW 5 to 15 mph Tonight: N: Mostly clear S: Mostly cloudy Lows: 18 to 28 Wind: Light Friday: N: Mostly sunny S: Mix of sun & clouds Highs: 52 to 58 Wind: N 5 to 15 mph Extended: Saturday: Partly cloudy Lows: 22 to 32 Highs: 50s Sunday: Mostly cloudy Showers Lows: 30s Highs: 50s Monday: Mostly cloudy Showers Lows: 35 to 45 Highs: 48 to 58 Hyper-Extended: Tuesday: Partly sunny Chance for showers, mainly early Lows: 30s Highs: 50s Wednesday: Mostly cloudy Showers Lows: 35 to 45 Highs: 55 to 65

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Paris terror suspect (SAUL-UH) Salah (AB-DUH-SLAHM) Abdeslam is back in France to face charges for November's attacks. Belgium authorities transferred him yesterday -- and armed police stood guard at the courthouse in Paris -- as authorities hauled him in to face trial. He is the only surviving suspect in last year's massacres in the French capital that killed 130 people. The 26 year old is charged with terrorist murders, and possessing and using weapons and bombs.

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He was once among the most powerful politicians in Washington. The former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert was sentenced in a Chicago courtroom to 15 months in prison .. And 2 years supervised release. The case involved long-secret accusations of sexual abuse and paying off an accuser. He told the court he was deeply ashamed and admitted to sexually abusing former wrestling student. Because of the statute of limitations, he cannot be charged with sexual abuse.

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A former volunteer Oklahoma sheriff's deputy who shot and killed unarmed suspect Eric Courtney Harris has been found guilty of second-degree manslaughter. A jury in Tulsa handed down its verdict against 74-year-old Robert Bates Wednesday. Bates says he meant to use his stun gun, but grabbed the wrong weapon. The jury recommended he be sentenced to four years in prison. He is scheduled to be sentenced next month.

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President Obama will visit Flint, Michigan after an 8-year-old girl asked to meet him. Mari Copeny wrote to the President asking to meet with him or the first lady to make sure he understood the city's water crisis. She said she was speaking on behalf of all the kids affected by lead-filled water in Flint. In the President's response to Mari -- he said he was proud of her and would visit next week.

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Experts says this year's allergy season has been a strange one so far in our region. The tree pollens often rampant in late April have been emerging a bit erratically. Doctors say that last year was the worst spring allergists have been with the highest pollen counts ever. Although allergies aren't that bad yet...it doesn't mean they won't come and experts say to prepare now.

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(12:04) ((Dr. Elizabeth Jaffe/Timber Lane Asthma and Allergy: It doesn't hurt to start the antihistamines, nasal sprays, eye drops. Some people need all three things and if you start it earlier you're not building up the inflammation.))

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I hate to be the bearer of bad news... but...new data shows that dogs hate hugs. Dog owners are in denial but according to numerous outlets -- almost 82-percent of dogs dislike being hugged. It's based on cues of distress found in a random assortment of photos pulled from the internet. Ears down -- head turned to avoid eye contact. Submissive eye closing - lip licking -- anxious yawning. RUFF news for dog owners.

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A dramatic plane crash in Alabama. Surveillance video captured a small plane crashing into some oak trees after taking off. The plane -- bursts into flames, just as witnesses rush in to help. You can see a nearby business owner's reaction to the crash. Amazingly, the pilot escaped with only minor injuries to his hand.

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Today will be a whole lot like yesterday - starting cold, but ending up sunny, although still a bit cool for this time of year. Friday will be much the same, but a few more clouds in our southern areas. Weekend starts out okay with more sunshine, but a system pushing up from the south will bring rain showers starting Sunday, lasting through Monday, and lingering into Tuesday. As that system moves out, another one, coming in from the west, will take its place with more showers on Wed.

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Keeping Jay Peak and Qburke open...what it's going to take after the Kingdom Con. Rutland's Mayor in the hot seat after lawmakers are questioning his refugee plans. And Tyler is live from the Burlington Fire Department talking to the new chief.

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Amidst the alleged fraud case .. Those now in charge of Jay Peak and Q Burke say hundreds of people will keep their jobs at the resorts.. For now. Governor Shumlin was at Jay with investors and employees -- Kyle Midura was there.

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Mud season is Jay Peak's slow season, but hope springs anew here. The man a federal judge put behind the resort's financial controls says unfrozen and thawing assets totaling more than $22 million will keep the mountain afloat through the summer until skiers and riders return. Then it's up to Mother Nature. "Really that's what we need, we need a good snow season," said Michael Goldberg, the federal receiver. Goldberg arrived earlier this month to assess the impact of allegations that operators of Jay and Q Burke misused $200 million and stole another $50 million. Despite debts and bad publicity here, Goldberg and the governor say layoffs and bankruptcy are not in the forecast. "I can never guarantee anything 100 percent, but I can guarantee it 99.999 percent," Goldberg said. "I'm convinced that going forward, Jay Peak and Burke Mountain have a bright employment future," said Gov. Peter Shumlin, D-Vermont. Along with the unfrozen assets, allegedly defrauded foreign investors may double-down as they hope to secure their green cards, if not a solid return. "They're more concerned, in many respects, with getting their EB-5 status than getting their money back," Goldberg said. For Felipe Vieira, investing more is not an option. "To tell you the truth, I don't have money," Vieira said. He and his family sold off much of their lives in Brazil to create a life in Vermont. Vieira worries about his immigration status and how he'll pay for his daughter to go to college next year. "They need to put some kind of controls in place to prevent what's happening now," Vieira said. For employees, both optimists and pessimists received good news Wednesday. "I wasn't too worried about it before, but it's definitely that little bit of relief that everyone was looking for," said Trevor Trottier, a chef at the Clubhouse Grill. "It's amazing, I'm really, really happy to hear that, because this mountain employs a lot of people," said Madison Barry, a child care worker. "It's business as usual, it's actually better than usual," Goldberg said. Goldberg says visitors to the resorts won't notice any difference under new management outside of dropping the now infamous Q from Burke's title. Newport residents will notice a hole in their downtown where a planned project will not move forward. Commerce and economic development commissioner pat nolton notes where there was once distressed buildings with asbetos inside the walls, there will soon be green space. And that will certainly be more appealing to any future developers. Kyle Midura -- channel 3 news -- Jay.

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We know at least one potential buyer has already seen the hotel at Q-Burke - that was scheduled to open last fall. A sale to a hotel operator would be key not just for the dozens of workers who THOUGHT they had a job at the resort - but also for businesses that opened up - expecting a flow of tourists. Folks in Burke were quick to react to the new developments.

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(("It's very important. It's very important for the hotel to be successful, for the mountain to endure and be successful we need the room base. So the hotel's critical to the mountain, and therefore, to the community,")) The receiver overseeing the resorts says Q-Burke is finished and could open anytime.

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Another effort to legalize marijuana at the state house. The Senate attached its pot bill to a House-approved miscellaneous crime bill -- and sent the whole package back to the House for consideration. Senators who support legalization say they were frustrated the pot bill -- stalled in committee. This approach bypasses those committees -- forcing the issue on to the House floor.

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The mayor of Rutland was in the hot seat Wednesday as he faced questions from lawmakers about his push to bring refugees to the city. Eva was at that meeting and is here now to explain. So here's what happened Gina...prior to Mayor Chris Louras' big announcement Tuesday that 100 refugees are coming to Rutland this fall, very few people knew ... including the entire Rutland County delegation. Louras did not give a heads up to most state, city or county officials before making this decision. As a result - there are real concerns. One by one lawmakers peppered the mayor with questions about security and the financial costs at a meeting in Montpelier Wednesday. Louras said the move was a on need to know basis and if given the choice, he would keep lawmakers in the dark again.

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((SOT Louras: We do not live in a pure democracy. By very design in the United States, not everybody gets a vote on every specific issue)) ((SOT Rep. Douglas Gage R- Rutland City 003713, There hasn't been any testimony taken. The public has not had any part in this. To me, it's like bringing a puppy home to mom and dad and saying 'can I keep it?' 26 But you've already made the decision to keep it 29)) Rutland residents could see the first refugee families come to the city this October. The meeting was not entirely combative. Some state reps said the mayor's decision took "guts." The mayor says all that was required to bring the refugees to his city was a letter of support from him to the Vermont's refugee resettlement program. He didn't sign any contract.

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An effort to remove criminal penalties for possessing syringes with trace amounts of illegal drugs hits a wall in the New Hampshire Senate. A key committee says the legislation, which would also allow hypodermic needles to be dispensed at places other than pharmacies, should be turned into a study committee, effectively preventing any changes this year.

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Three men are arrested in a prostituion sting in Canaan, New Hampshire -- including a former school official. Police say in less than 24 hours -- the men contacted undercover officers -- offering to pay for sex. 55-year-old Peter Bloomfield of Enfield New Hampshire -- 49-year-old Alan Lane of Sharon Vermont and 48-year-old Matthew Laramie of Grantham New Hampshire, Laramie is the former principal of Ray School in Hanover New Hampshire. He was recently accused of embezzling more than 30-thousand-dollars. All face a misdemeanor charge.

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State Police say they stopped a driver with no license to drive - for the 11th time. Daniel Wilder's license was suspended ten years ago - after a DWI conviction. Yesterday .. troopers say they stopped the Northfield man for failing to signal. He'll be in court in June -- for his 11th charge of driving with license suspended.

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They are typically the busiest fire department in the state -- and now, Burlington has a new Fire Chief. Tyler is catches up with him this morning. Good morning, Tyler!

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Previously Hartford fire chief? You've been a firefighter for a long time! Tell us about your career. You've held some other leadership roles too, right? Some of the challenges you've faced in your career? When you were hired, one of the things you were credited with was how you handled the aftermath of Tropical Storm Irene. This is the state's busiest fire department? They call you a "chief Engineer", what does that mean? What are the challenges of being a chief? What are the challenges of working in a city? Older buildings? How do you connect with the community? How can people help the department - particularly this time of year? History of the fire house? Hidden secrets? What's a typical day like for a Burlington firefighter? Variety of calls? What goes through your mind when a call comes in? Your day can change quickly. Firefighters seem to be more like EMT's these days. Is there a particular rescue you made that really made you re-evaluate your life and what you do? Where do you see yourself moving forward? Do you want to stay here?

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How do firefighters get ready for the day -- and what do they do in their down time? We'll find out, during our next hour!

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((2SHOT)) ((GREEN WALL)) Today will be a whole lot like yesterday - starting cold, but ending up sunny, although still a bit cool for this time of year. Friday will be much the same, but a few more clouds in our southern areas. Weekend starts out okay with more sunshine, but a system pushing up from the south will bring rain showers starting Sunday, lasting through Monday, and lingering into Tuesday. As that system moves out, another one, coming in from the west, will take its place with more showers on Wed.

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Today: Mostly sunny Highs: 48 to 55 Wind: NNW 5 to 15 mph Tonight: N: Mostly clear S: Mostly cloudy Lows: 18 to 28 Wind: Light Friday: N: Mostly sunny S: Mix of sun & clouds Highs: 52 to 58 Wind: N 5 to 15 mph Extended: Saturday: Partly cloudy Lows: 22 to 32 Highs: 50s Sunday: Mostly cloudy Showers Lows: 30s Highs: 50s Monday: Mostly cloudy Showers Lows: 35 to 45 Highs: 48 to 58 Hyper-Extended: Tuesday: Partly sunny Chance for showers, mainly early Lows: 30s Highs: 50s Wednesday: Mostly cloudy Showers Lows: 35 to 45 Highs: 55 to 65

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A fire fighters is injured fighting a grass fire. This time in Georgia. Yesterday more than an acre-and-a-half -- scorched. At one point -- flames were shooting about 30 feet in the air. We're not sure of the injured fire fighter's condition. And we don't know how the fire started .. but Firefighters want to remind people -- it's too dry to burn right now.

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A study on groundwater runoff expands thanks to a half a million dollar grant. This field at Shelburne Farms is the site of an on going state agricultural study on groundwater runoff.. And now the USDA grant will help launch a new 4 year study here .. by UVM to evaluate how alternative farming practices effects water quality and climate change mitigation. Joshua Faulker with UVM Extension says the information they gather can be used as the state moves to address global warming and tighten rules surrounding water quality.

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((Josh 00:03:00:08" We are concerned about water quality and there is talk of regulations for farmers and certain practices that may or may not be required so we want to make sure that we have the best scientific information available to back up the policy and the programs that are implemented in Vermont." 00:03:17:00)) But water is just part of what's being studied here .. They are also measuring green house gas emissions. The samples will be analyzed in the lab and carefully tracked for the next four years.

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New York state made $3 million dollars available to help people with disabilities get air conditioning. To qualify, households must meet income guidelines and include someone who suffers from a health problem that gets worse with heat. More than 4,100 households received assistance for air conditioning last summer. Applications will be accepted through August 31, or until funding runs out.

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Today the Plattsburgh City Common Council will decide if downtown businesses can set up outdoor dining space this summer. A number of restaurants and cafes don't have enough sidewalk space to set up tables, so they reserve parking spaces instead. Eight businesses are now interested in placing tables outside between May 1st and September 30th. The number of parking spaces varies depending on the size of the storefront. Business owners say outdoor dining helps them bring in more customers.

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((Carol McLean/Irises Restaurant, Wine Bar & Delish Bakeshop 2902 04:43:28 "We get a lot of people who say that; that they did not know we were here, but then they drive by, they see the umbrellas, they see people outside, and it encourages them to stop and enjoy it." 04:43:36)) In all, more than a dozen spaces could be blocked off if approved by the council today. Some residents argue the blocked off space makes parking downtown more difficult.

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((TRT: 1:26 ... OC: MIKE MCCUNE)) ((UVM Hall of Famer Eddie Benton and Katie Rokus, an assistant coach at the University of Cincinnati, are two of the finalists to become the new head coach of the UVM women's basketball team. Channel Three Sports has learned that they are two of four candidates that have been invited for on campus interviews next week and the first two to accept their invitations. ---------------------- --- Benton is the all-time leading scorer in UVM men's basketball history. He has spent the past three seasons as an assistant coach with the women's program at Duquesne. Prior to that, Benton spent one season as an assistant coach at St. Francis University and eight years as head coach at Division III Le Roche College, where he led the Redhawks to back-to-back conference titles and NCAA Tournament bids, won a total of 108 games over those eight years and was named the conference coach of the year in 2012. As a player at Vermont, Benton's name is all over the school record books, and his number 10 hangs in the rafters at Patrick Gym. Benton scored 2,474 points during his time in Burlington from 1992-1996, the most points in program history and the second most in America East history behind only the late, great Reggie Lewis at Northeastern. His number was retired in 2000 and Benton was elected into the UVM Hall of Fame in 2006... ---------------------- --- Kathleen Young, a former field hockey standout at Essex and freshman at Harvard, has been selected to the U-S Under-19 National Team that will head to Germany next month to play a trio of games against the German Junior Team. We'll have more on that trip coming up at 6pm. With your sportswrap, I'm Mike McCune.))

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Today will be a whole lot like yesterday - starting cold, but ending up sunny, although still a bit cool for this time of year. Friday will be much the same, but a few more clouds in our southern areas. Weekend starts out okay with more sunshine, but a system pushing up from the south will bring rain showers starting Sunday, lasting through Monday, and lingering into Tuesday. As that system moves out, another one, coming in from the west, will take its place with more showers on Wed.

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Vermont's own Julia Sokolowski was voted off the CBS reality show Survivor last night. The CVU grad is Survivor's youngest female contestant ever -- and made it through 29 days of the competition -- in the jungles of Cambodia. Here's what she had to say -- after being voted off...

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((4:56 I'm bummed but I'm proud of the way I played. Being one of the youngest people to ever play this game -- I feel like I had the opporunity to kind of grow up out here -- laern alot about myself I did make some big moves and help contribute to some blindside. I didn't go out not trying I didn't go out being dragged along.. so at least i know I played 5:15)) After Julia's elimination -- only 6 contestants remain.

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((GARY DOES SHORT WX .. TAKES FULL SCREEN ... SHOT COMES BACK OUT TO 4SHOT FOR CLOSE)) Today will be a whole lot like yesterday - starting cold, but ending up sunny, although still a bit cool for this time of year. Friday will be much the same, but a few more clouds in our southern areas. Weekend starts out okay with more sunshine, but a system pushing up from the south will bring rain showers starting Sunday, lasting through Monday, and lingering into Tuesday. As that system moves out, another one, coming in from the west, will take its place with more showers on Wed.


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