Tue 30-JUN-2015 Early A.M. News Script

-------- The 8:25 News Scripts Follow ------------

1} SHOOTING3_VOFONT


A Worcester woman is facing attempted homicide charges after a shooting in Westford. The shooting happened Monday afternoon. Police say 48-year-old Darryl Montague was discovered by a family member lying at the edge of the road near his home. It was initially thought that he may have been hit by a car, but rescuers discovered that he had been shot in the torso. He was taken to the hospital -- where it was discovered he had a second gunshot injury -- to his jaw. Montague is listed in critical condition. State police say 31-year-old Veronica Lewis of (wuss-ter) Worcester was at the Montague home for a reported firearms lesson. She is charged with 1st degree attempted homicide. She will be in court today -- and we will bring you the latest information as it's released.

2} SWEAT3_VO


From the hospital -- the now captured killer -- is starting to talk. David Sweat was shot and caught on Sunday -- and officials say his condition has been upgraded from critical to stable. He is speaking out to investigators about his three weeks on the run. Sweat says his fellow escapee, Richard Matt had blisters on his feet and was slowing down their run for the Canadian boarder. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says Matt and Sweat were heading to Mexico -- but had to change course when prison tailor Joyce Mitchell didn't pick them up -- after they escaped from the Clinton Correctional Facility June 6th. Matt was killed by police on Friday.

3} PALMER3_W_VO


Meanwhile -- the case against prison worker Gene Palmer is now headed to a grand jury. He pleaded not guilty Monday in court -- waiving his right to a preliminary felony hearing. Palmer maintains he had no prior knowledge of the escape plans. Apparently Sweat agrees -- and reportedly told investigators that Palmer had no involvement in the escape.

4} BANKROBBERY5_VO


This morning Brattleboro police are on the lookout for whoever robbed a bank. Police say this man hit the People's United Bank on Main Street just before one PM Tuesday. The suspect is described as a tall white man with scruffy facial hair. He was wearing a black zip-up sweatshirt with a small Michael Jordan logo on the chest. He was also wearing a red and blue baseball cap. If you recognize him call police.

5} HOUSINGAM_WHITE


A much needed boost for low income Vermonters. The state has awarded 4.6 million dollars in grants to nonprofit housing programs. The Vermont Office of Economic Opportunity says the grants will help to provide emergency shelter -- and go towards operating transitional housing. It will also help get homeless families back into permanent housing more quickly.

6} AM_WEATHER


Sunny start to the day, but showers, possible t-storms by afternoon & evening. More showers, t-storms Wed. to start July. But then a streak of nice, dry, summer weather starts Thursday and lasts right through the 4th of July holiday weekend, and into Monday.

-------- The 5:00 News Scripts Follow ------------

1} WX_INTRO


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)

2} SWEATAMAPPLE_INTRO


From the hospital -- the escaped killer -- is starting to talk. David Sweat was shot and captured on Sunday -- and officials say his condition has been upgraded from critical to stable. As Alex Apple reports -- the FBI is launching an investigation -- into officer conduct -- that could have led to the inmates escape.

3} SWEATAMAPPLE_PKG


Reserved, emotionless Gene Palmer walked into Plattsburgh City Court. ((Court NAT)) The former corrections officer -- charged with four felonies -- waived his right to a felony hearing, sending his case to a grand jury. ((District attorney Clinton County Andrew Wylie 01:13:32 Now the matter is transferred out of the Town of Plattsburgh court, bail remains the same, he's out on bail.)) Palmer was caught in the carnage of Richard Matt and David Sweat's daring escape -- that ended with Matt dead and Sweat in custody. Monday Sweat started talking. ((CNN> Sgt. Charles Guess: We hope that he continues to talk. Our investigators are very keenly interested in what he might have to say.)) ((01:17:59 Andrew Wylie -- he's told investigators that Palmer had no involvement in the escape. It was just Mitchell he and Matt.)) New York Governor Andrew Cuomo also says the two convicts remained together -- until five days before Sweat's capture. ((David Poirier/Constable, NY "I mean I figured they'd probably head towards Canadian border. Try to get away.)) Two miles from the border - Sweat was shot twice and apprehended. Hours later -- celebration. (00:33:34 3052) ((Chief Christopher Premo/Malone Police "Even today at noon they had a big celebration in the village. The streets were lined with hundreds of people actually.)) OR NAT The state will soon charge Sweat with first degree escape. ((District Attorney Andrew Wylie: 01:16:47 Whether its escape first degree, whether its any other charge, he needs to be charged with the escape that he committed back on June 6. That's how my office always proceeds.)) Wylie says he'll present the cases against both Palmer and former corrections officer Joyce Mitchell in July. The two estranged prison workers are just a fraction of the new FBI investigation into the officers at Clinton Correctional. Allegations of heroin trading -- enabled by prison guards -- follow reports Matt and Sweat were kings of a larger drug ring. A saga -- even the Governor says is hard to believe. ((CNN> Gov. Andrew Cuomo: So it was really fascinating but at least it ended well.")) ((AA Channel 3 News))

4} TACTICAL5_VO


As we've reported throughout the search -- a tactical team from the Vermont State Police -- played a key role. Especially in tracking the first inmate -- Richard Matt. The Tactical Services Unit unit was deployed to northern New York a week ago Sunday. Members were used to help secure perimeters, and at times clear houses and buildings -- including the Malone Fair Grounds. On Friday -- the day Richard Matt was shot and killed -- the unit was told to back up FBI and federal border patrol teams on the Malone-Duane town line.

5} TEAM5_SOTVO


((Lt. Manley/VSP: "at one point, there was noise being heard in the woods by a perimeter new york State trooper and those two tactical teams moved into that location and that is when the shots were fired and the suspect was deceased.")) Lieutenant Michael Manley says half the team was a few hundred yards from the shooting -- the other half was about a mile way. The 15-member team returned from New York Saturday after a week of taking part in the search.

6} SHOOTING11_VO


A Westford man is fighting for his life this morning. Police say he was shot on ((PETTING-GILL)) Pettingill Road just off Route 128 Monday. Authorities say he is a firearms instructor and still do not know if the shooting was an accident or an intentional criminal act. His injuries are considered life threatening.

7} SINCLAIR11_SOTVO


((Capt. J.P. Sinclair, Vt. State Police 47:37 "initially the first person who came upon the injured man in the road though perhaps he had been struck by a car and then when rescue got here and looked at him further, it appeared like he had a gun shot injury.)) State police tell us they are looking for a woman who scheduled to take a class with the man Monday. They say she is not a suspect but may be able to help establish a timeline for when the man was hurt -- based on if or when she showed up for that appointment.

8} ATVAM_INTRO


Investigators are still trying to piece together what went wrong -- after an ATV crash killed a Vermont teen -- and hospitalized 2 others. Logan Crawford reports.

9} ATVAM_PKG


15 year old Dawson Perley of Enosburgh died Sunday at UVM Medical Center after an ATV accident involving him and 2 other teens. (TC 00:08:33:12 Tile 3612) ((Mark LaRose/Enosburgh "Just a tragic, needless accident is what it was." 00:08:37:17)) 14 year old Carter Paradee of Bakersfield is still in critical condition at UVM. And 15-year-old Cole Elkins -- also of Bakersfield has been released from the hospital. The cause of the ATV crash is still under investigation. 2 of the victims just finished their sophomore year at Enosburgh High and one is an incoming freshman. Principal Erik Remmers says the school's had staff on standby to help the boys' classmates. (TC 00:04:36:12 Tile 3607) ((Erik Remmers/Enosburgh High School Principal "We had an open gym our guidance staff and those counselors were available during that time. We just wanted kids to be able to get together and be able to talk, whether it be about this situation or other things and have us around. Let them know that they have adults that care about them and are here to support them." 00:04:57:03)) Captain Paul White of the Vermont State Police says fatal crashes with ATVs happen too often. He says these vehicles don't have the protection a normal car does -- and a lot of these crashes happen as a result of excessive speed or inexperience. Captain White says riders should always wear a seat belt and take a safety course on ATV operation. (TC 00:14:48:24 Tile 3671) ((Capt. Paul White/VSP "Just because they're not a full fledged automobile doesn't mean they shouldn't be treated with the same respect. You wouldn't allow your kid to drive your pick up or your minivan down the road. Kids need to be supervised and when I say kids I mean kids under the age of 16, 18." 00:15:07:05)) ((nats Larose )) Mark LaRose of Enosburgh owns the local auto shop LaRose's and is a father himself. He says ATVs are popular in the area -- and would let his kids ride them. (TC 00:09:11:08 Tile 3612) ((Mark LaRose/Enosburgh "Helmets would've been mandatory and some kind of... I don't know if these kids had any kind of safety course or not, but I think there should be one offered either through the schools or somebody somewhere." 00:09:26:01)) The school says they will continue to offer their services to students and the community to help them through this difficult time. State police urge ATV riders to take a safety course. You can check WCAX dot com for one online. Logan Crawford, channel 3 news, Burlington.

10} RICHARDS11_VO


A Bethel woman is facing charges this morning for running over a South Royalton attorney. Police say 22 year old Allison Richards hit 63 year old Tavian Mayer with her car last week--in front of the Locust Creek Store on Route 107 in Bethel and drove off. Richards originally told police another man was actually driving the car but an investigation revealed she was the only one driving, bragged about it via text message--and had driven off from the store without paying for the gas when she hit Mayer. She's facing multiple charges.Mayer is in critical condition.

11} WEATHER_GREEN


(anchors introduce gary) Sunny start to the day, but showers, possible t-storms by afternoon & evening. More showers, t-storms Wed. to start July. But then a streak of nice, dry, summer weather starts Thursday and lasts right through the 4th of July holiday weekend, and into Monday.

12} FORECAST


Today: AM sun Showers, possible t-storms by afternoon Highs: 73 to 80 Wind: S 5 to 15 mph Tonight: Showers, possible t-storms Lows: 58 to 65 Wind: S 5 to 15 mph Wednesday: Showers, t-storms Highs: 72 to 78 Wind: S 10 to 20 mph Extended: Thursday: Partly cloudy Lows: 50s Highs: 70s Friday: Mostly sunny Lows: 45 to 55 Highs: 70s Saturday: 4th of July! Partly cloudy Lows: 48 to 58 Highs: 75 to 82 Hyper-Extended: Sunday: Mostly sunny Lows: 50s Highs: 78 to 85 Monday: Partly cloudy Lows: 55 to 62 Highs: 78 to 85

13} TERROR_INTRO


Law enforcement agencies across the country are on high alert...amid a terror warning for July 4th weekend. The warning follows calls by ISIS last week to take up arms against enemies during the holy month of Ramadan. Hena Daniels has the latest

14} TERROR_PKG


(PKG) In New York City, where one of the nation's biggest fireworks displays is set to take place... officials will be keeping an eye on things from the air and the ground: (SOT SOT JAMES WATERS, CHIEF NYPD COUNTER-TERRORISM UNIT) There's going to be very robust deployment of both patrol resources, plains clothes resources, technology. Sources tell WCBS, officials will use dozens of mobile cameras to monitor the festivities. Manhole covers will also be welded in place, and snipers strategically placed in crowds. The developments follow a joint-intelligence bulletin issued last week...urging members of law enforcement to remain vigilant to prevent a possible terror attack on U.S. soil: (SOT Rep. Peter King, R-Long Island) "I would say this is the most serious level of threat that I've seen since September 11th." (STANDUP: Hena Daniels/ CBS News/ New York, NY) While federal officials maintain there is no specific intelligence pointing to a threat.. they remain concerned about ISIS - particularly the groups use of social media to successfully recruit Americans and other Westerners. (SOT MICHAEL MORRELL/ CBS News Senior National Security Contributor) "I think one of the reasons they're so successful is because they're perceived to have the momentum. They're perceived to be winning. On Monday, 23-year-old Alaa Saadeh (ah-la sa-day) of New Jersey was charged with providing material support to ISIS. According to the criminal complaint, Saadeh bought a plane ticket for his brother to fly overseas to join the terror group. Hena Daniels CBS News New York.

15} NYWHEELCHAIRBANDITAM_VO


Police in New York City are looking for a man who robbed a bank in a wheelchair. They say the man in his late 20's, wearing a grey hoodie wheeled into a bank in Queens Monday and handed a note to a teller demanding cash. He received more than twelve hundred dollars in bills. Police say the man then fled in the wheelchair but he may have just been using it as a prop.

16} MEGOV_VO


Lawmakers in Maine are seeking an investigation into whether Republican Governor Paul LePage abused his power. They are calling on the state's watchdog agency to look into whether LePage over stepped his authority by meddling in a charter school's personnel affairs. Democrat Mark Eves claims the Governor threatened to withhold funds from the school if they didn't remove Eves as president. Several lawmakers, including Republican Senator Tom Saviello, are calling for an investigation. The Governor says he did not blackmail anyone.

17} CARPOOL_VO


Well, this homeowner certainly had a bad case of the Mondays. Take a look at this video. You can see a car sitting in a swimming pool outside this Houston area home. A local news reporter owns the house... but not the car. A teenage driver, who lives just two doors down, lost control on a left hand turn, barreled through the backyard fence, sideswiped the kitchen wall, and landed straddling the pool and the jacuzzi. No one was hurt in the wreck and it's unclear what led to the crash. Police haven't said if they will file charges against the driver.

18} TRUMP_WIPE_NATVO


((TAKE NAT)) "You're fired" N-B-C had those famous two words for Donald Trump. The network will no longer air the Miss U-S-A and Miss Universe pageants .. and Trump will not return to The Apprentice as host. N-B-C cited Trump's recent comments about Mexican immigrants for the split. In a scathing open letter, Trump called N-B-C weak and foolish for their decision. He continues to stand by his comments on immigration. Earlier this month, Trump said Mexico routinely "sends" America it's worst, describing Latino immigrants as criminals and "rapists."

19} BEAR_WIPE_NATVO


((TAKE SOUND UP FULL FOR 2 SECONDS, "there's a bear on my car")) And this family wasn't really looking for the bear-necessities when they got this up close and personal look at a grizzly. David Peters stopped the car to check out the animals grazing on the side of the road near Yellowstone National Park when this curious fellow decided to check them out instead. Peters says the encounter was more exciting than scary, leaving the car with a few scratches and the family with a great story to tell.

20} WX_CHAT_HOME


Sunny start to the day, but showers, possible t-storms by afternoon & evening. More showers, t-storms Wed. to start July. But then a streak of nice, dry, summer weather starts Thursday and lasts right through the 4th of July holiday weekend, and into Monday.

21} HEALTHWATCH_GREEN


There are disturbing new findings about young people -- being assaulted -- by family members. But first -- a look at new numbers behind dangers of sugary drinks. Here's Eboni Williams.

22} HEALTHWATCH_PKG


PKG: New research finds that sugary drinks may cause an estimated 184 thousand deaths each year around the world. Researchers from Tufts University in Boston studied surveys from more than 600 thousand people. They estimate that consuming sugar-sweetened beverages led to 133 thousand deaths from diabetes, 45 thousand from cardiovascular disease and 6400 from cancer. (wipe vo) More than a third of children and teens 17 years and younger were physically assaulted in the past year. That's according to a new study from the University of New Hampshire. Most of the assaults were at the hands of siblings and peers./// (wipe vo) And if you've wondered why some children get more ear infections than others, a rare gene variant may be to blame. An antibiotic drop is used to treat the issue in Europe. Those are some of the day's top medical stories. Eboni Williams, CBS News, New York.

23} HEADLINES_FONT


In the headlines this morning Police on the lookout for a Brattleboro bank robber marriage equality-- Sen. Leahy speaks out about same sex marriage. Plus-- a battle over a chain store in Chester

24} QUICK_WX_DESK


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

25} BANKROBBERY5_VO


This morning Brattleboro police are on the lookout for whoever robbed a bank. Police say this man hit the People's United Bank on Main Street just before one PM Tuesday. The suspect is described as a tall white man with scruffy facial hair. He was wearing a black zip-up sweatshirt with a small Michael Jordan logo on the chest. He was also wearing a red and blue baseball cap. If you recognize him call police.

26} GUITAR11_VO


A musical heist--at a local music festival. Police say 50 year old Richard Brodsky and his 13 year old son of Newtown Connecticut--had their three guitars stolen out of their car--at the Jenny Brook Bluegrass Festival in ((TUN-BRIDGE)) Tunbridge over the weekend. Anyone with information is asked to call Vermont State Police.

27} TREEONCAR6_MAP


A family walked away unharmed -- after a tree fell on their car. Police say the family had stopped on Hidden Valley Road in Shaftsbury Sunday to look at a tag sale. That's when a pine tree snapped. The tree also also took down live power lines -- luckily the family was not hurt. Investigators believe strong winds at the time -- may have played a role.

28} HOUSINGAM_WHITE


A much needed boost for low income Vermonters. The state has awarded 4.6 million dollars in grants to nonprofit housing programs. The Vermont Office of Economic Opportunity says the grants will help in providing emergency shelter and go towards operating transitional housing. It will also help get homeless families back into permanent housing more quickly.

29} MARRIAGE5_VO


Vermont Senator Patrick ((LAY--HE)) Leahy says marriage equality will NOT need help from Congress. Senator Leahy is praising the Supreme Court's landmark decision that declared gay couples have the right to marry in any state across the country. Leahy says the ruling is the biggest move toward equality -- in years. And he says Congress does not need to act in order to cement or build upon the high court's ruling.

30} LEAHY5_SOTVO


(00:06:23:00) ((Sen. Patrick Leahy - D-Vermont There will be people - for political reasons - who will want to fight it. Some will say, 'oh, we need to have a constitutional amendment'. Well, a constitutional amendment will go nowhere. This will be the law of the land.)) Leahy recalled a case from nearly 50 years ago -- the ban on interracial marriage. He says the idea of that ban now seems ludicrous. And he expects the same will eventually happen with gay marriage.

31} CHESTER6_VO


After a 4 year battle -- the Town of Chester is getting a Dollar General Store. A group of residents has opposed the project -- on environmental and aesthetic grounds. But the Vermont Supreme Court ruled developers had addressed flooding concerns -- and that the project was more than a half-mile away from the historic village center. The chain has grown to more than two dozen stores in Vermont.

32} WEATHER2_GREEN


(anchors introduce gary) Sunny start to the day, but showers, possible t-storms by afternoon & evening. More showers, t-storms Wed. to start July. But then a streak of nice, dry, summer weather starts Thursday and lasts right through the 4th of July holiday weekend, and into Monday.

33} FORECAST2


Today: AM sun Showers, possible t-storms by afternoon Highs: 73 to 80 Wind: S 5 to 15 mph Tonight: Showers, possible t-storms Lows: 58 to 65 Wind: S 5 to 15 mph Wednesday: Showers, t-storms Highs: 72 to 78 Wind: S 10 to 20 mph Extended: Thursday: Partly cloudy Lows: 50s Highs: 70s Friday: Mostly sunny Lows: 45 to 55 Highs: 70s Saturday: 4th of July! Partly cloudy Lows: 48 to 58 Highs: 75 to 82 Hyper-Extended: Sunday: Mostly sunny Lows: 50s Highs: 78 to 85 Monday: Partly cloudy Lows: 55 to 62 Highs: 78 to 85

34} BUTTERFLIES6_INTRO


They are part of the beautiful short summer season here in Vermont but they're in grave danger. Judy Simpson has more on the sharp decline of the monarch butterfly population.

35} BUTTERFLIES6_PKG


((00:08:59:27" This is Red Clover or Crimson Clover that is a really good source for nectar 00:09:06:09 *****)) Mark Ferguson is a biologist for the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department. The department is very concerned about the monarch butterfly population. It has been on the decline for years, but it is at what he called dangerously low levels. ((Mark Ferguson/VT Fish & Wildlife Dept. 00:01:09:14 "It seems to be the monitoring that has gone on for the last 20 years or more shows that what we once had a population in the eastern part of the continent at times was over a billion monarchs now it is down to less than 60 million so there has been a definate drop in numbers." 00:01:28:29)) This graph illustrates the count of monarchs in Mexico where they winter, there has been a significant population drop. Due in part to deforestation. But there are other threats to the butterflies as well. ((JS SU 00:12:26:09 "While the monarch will fly from Vermont to Mexico for the winter, it won't make the return trip. In fact it takes several generations of that butterfly to make it back to Vermont." 00:12:36:17)) On their way back from Mexico, Ferguson says they stop in the midwest, lay eggs among the milkweed and then die. Which points out another stress on the population. Pesticides used in large scale agriculture could be killing off the milkweed, which the Monarchs depend on for nectar and to raise the next generation. ((Mark again 00:04:01:07 " If this is the big threat that it is facing in the midwest you have more than 50 percent of the population being produced every year so it is a very important part of the range. "00:04:20:06)) That is why Vermont Ferguson says may play an important role in monarch conservation. There is an abundance of milkweed, and other flowering plants. (00:09:00:00 js says" there is usually something blooming all summer long,"Mark answers ideally,,that is an important part of that idea of leaving flowers in place and not cutting because as one thing is finishing its flower cycle another one will be starting so you have this progression of different things being used by monarchs and other pollinators. "00:09:29:28)) Ferguson also recommends that people limit the use of insecticides and herbicides in order to allow yards, meadows and old fields to support monarchs and their habitat. JS ch 3 news Middlesex.

36} BUTTERFLIES6_TAG


Monarchs usually start arriving in Vermont in July, and may stay into October.

37} SPORTSWRAP_GREEN


38} SPORTSWRAP_PKG


( Get a bunch of LPGA, Champions tour and PGA Tour pros together for charity and you've got quite the event in Barrington, Rhode Island. There's a major Vermont Connection at the Rhode Island Country Club. Scott Fleishman explains from Barrington. It's the 17th annual CVS charity classic. It's a 2 day event that raises money for various charities. Teams of 2 competing to win the title that includes Woodstock's Keegan Bradley. Bradley really got into a groove on the back 9. It started with a birdie putt on the par5 11 , then check out the approach shot on the par 4 13, he ends up putting that in for birdie. On the par 3 17 his tee shot along the water lands just 7 feet from the cup another birdie for Bradley then to cap it off on the par 4 18 after another great approach shot, his sinks another birdie. The team of Curran and Bradley birdie 11of the18 holes today and are in a great position to make a run at this thing on Tuesday. "We got off to a good start. It got a little sluggish in the middle there and we cruised on the back. We really want to come out and win this tournament so we were watching the leaderboard we want to make sure we have a shot at this thing tomorrow." "We're both pretty tired, but a tournament like this is so much fun you don't even think about it. People at Rhode Island Country Club, the course is absolutely perfect. It's just fun to come home to New England and play in front of friends and family .. Game 1...Beautiful night for baseball, pink sky in left... Champ playing peek-a-boo with the camera but he would be covering his eyes in this one as Lowell takes a 4-2 lead in the 5th and add to it in the 6th.. Josh Ockimey (ock-i-May) hammering this one deep to right field and that ball is gone Lake Monsters fall in game one, 5-3... Vermont would win game two however, 1-0..The Mountaineers would fall at home to North Adams on Monday 7-3... with your sports wrap, I'm kane o'neill)

39} SHORT_WX_DESK


Sunny start to the day, but showers, possible t-storms by afternoon & evening. More showers, t-storms Wed. to start July. But then a streak of nice, dry, summer weather starts Thursday and lasts right through the 4th of July holiday weekend, and into Monday.

40} AGAINSTGRAIN6_INTRO


Before it was popular -- one Vermont company has been going Against the Grain. Gina Bullard checked in with the Brattleboro company -- where business is booming.

41} AGAINSTGRAIN6_PKG


Rolls -- baguettes -- pizzas -- and pitas. ((nat)) Against the Grain Bakery in Brattleboro makes a lot of things -- but something you WON'T find here -- gluten. ((Nat)) Tom Cane and his wife Nancy started the gluten-free business eight years ago. All of its 14 products come frozen. (00:06:22:25) ((Tom Cain/Against the Grain Gourmet "fresh bread has preservatives to keep it stable we don't do that because our stuff if frozen")) The idea came from necessity. Tom and his son were both diagnosed with a gluten intolerance -- Celiac Disease. (00:00:53:12) ((Tom Cain/Against the Grain Gourmet "tell a 14 year old boy he can't have pizza and you might as tell him his life is over so nanc went on a mission to make sure he had bread and pizza")) They put Nancy's recipes to the test and Against the Grain has been a success ever since. When it first opened the gluten-free craze hadn't started. Now, this 90-thousand-square-foo t bakery with 70 employees is booming. (00:06:48:19) ((Tom Cain/Against the Grain Gourmet "we've not had a year where oru growth is less than 50% since we started")) Pita bread is its newest venture. The pita line is impressive. Kicking out over 1400 fluffy pockets an hour. Even thought there's a gluten free craze right now Tom says Against the Grain products will stand the test of time. (00:04:35:07) ((Tom Cain/Against the Grain Gourmet "if we're making these products it can't be oh this is good for GF it has to be this is great bread great pizza and they don't care if its GF")) So if there's no gluten in these products -- what is in them? (00:02:04:21) ((Tom Cain/Against the Grain Gourmet "the primary starch is tapioca starch")) The best seller is cheese pizzas. It's the number one selling frozen entrée in the natural aisle in the US. They sell around 12-thousand a week. Against the Grain is sold is more than 7-thousand stores nationwide. Including most major chains like Hannaford and Price Chopper. (00:34:55:28) ((Tom Cain/Against the Grain Gourmet "g-it smells delicious - it is delicious t-ta da!")) Going against the grain with Made in Vermont bread products. Gina Bullard Channel 3 News Brattleboro.

-------- The 7:56 News Scripts Follow ------------

1} RICHARDS11_VO


A Bethel woman is facing charges this morning for running over a South Royalton attorney. Police say 22-year-old Allison Richards hit 63-year-old Tavian Mayer with her car last week -- in front of the Locust Creek Store on Route 107 in Bethel and drove off. Richards originally told police another man was actually driving the car but an investigation revealed she was the only one driving, bragged about it via text message--and had driven off from the store without paying for the gas when she hit Mayer. Mayer is in critical condition.

2} ATV3_VO


A 15-year-old Vermont boy has died -- and two other teens hospitalized -- following an ATV accident in Bakersfield. State police say the crash happened Friday on King Road. All three teens were riding on the same all-terrain vehicle when it crashed. Authorities say Dawson Perley of Enosburgh died Sunday at the UVM Medical Center. 14-year-old Carter Paradee of Bakersfield is still in critical condition at UVM. And 15-year-old Cole Elkins -- also of Bakersfield has been released from the hospital.

3} TEENS3_SOTVO


(TC 00:04:36:12 Tile 3607) ((Erik Remmers/Enosburg High School Principal "We had an open gym our guidance staff and those counselors were available during that time. We just wanted kids to be able to get together and be able to talk, whether it be about this situation or other things and have us around. Let them know that they have adults that care about them and are here to support them." 00:04:57:03)) The school says they will continue to offer their services to students and the community to help them through this difficult time.

4} HOUSINGAM_WHITE


A much needed boost for low income Vermonters. The state has awarded 4.6 million dollars in grants to nonprofit housing programs. The Vermont Office of Economic Opportunity says the grants will help to provide emergency shelter -- and go towards operating transitional housing. It will also help get homeless families back into permanent housing more quickly.

5} AM_WEATHER


Sunny start to the day, but showers, possible t-storms by afternoon & evening. More showers, t-storms Wed. to start July. But then a streak of nice, dry, summer weather starts Thursday and lasts right through the 4th of July holiday weekend, and into Monday.

-------- The 7:26 News Scripts Follow ------------

1} SHOOTING3_VOFONT


A ((WUS-STER)) Worcester woman is facing attempted homicide charges after a shooting in Westford. The shooting happened Monday afternoon. Police say 48-year-old Darryl Montague was discovered by a family member lying at the edge of the road near his home. It was initially thought that he may have been hit by a car, but rescuers discovered he had been shot in the torso. He was taken to the hospital -- where it was discovered he had a second gunshot injury -- to his jaw. Montague is listed in critical condition. State police say 31-year-old Veronica Lewis was at the Montague home for a reported firearms lesson. She is charged with 1st degree attempted homicide. She will be in court today -- and we will bring you the latest information as it's released.

2} SWEAT3_VO


From the hospital -- the now captured killer -- is starting to talk. David Sweat was shot and caught on Sunday -- and officials say his condition has been upgraded from critical to stable. He is speaking out to investigators about his three weeks on the run. Sweat says his fellow escapee, Richard Matt had blisters on his feet and was slowing down their run for the Canadian boarder. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says Matt and Sweat were heading to Mexico -- but had to change course when prison tailor Joyce Mitchell didn't pick them up -- after they escaped from the Clinton Correctional Facility June 6th. Matt was killed by police on Friday.

3} PALMER3_W_VO


Meanwhile -- the case against prison worker Gene Palmer is now headed to a grand jury. He pleaded not guilty Monday in court -- waiving his right to a preliminary felony hearing. Palmer maintains he had no prior knowledge of the escape plans. Apparently Sweat agrees -- and reportedly told investigators that Palmer had no involvement in the escape.

4} AM_WEATHER


Sunny start to the day, but showers, possible t-storms by afternoon & evening. More showers, t-storms Wed. to start July. But then a streak of nice, dry, summer weather starts Thursday and lasts right through the 4th of July holiday weekend, and into Monday.

-------- The 6:00 News Scripts Follow ------------

1} WX_INTRO


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)

2} SWEATAMAPPLE_INTRO


From the hospital -- the escaped killer -- is starting to talk. David Sweat was shot and captured on Sunday -- and officials say his condition has been upgraded from critical to stable. As Alex Apple reports -- the FBI is launching an investigation -- into officer conduct -- that could have led to the inmates escape.

3} SWEATAMAPPLE_PKG


Reserved, emotionless Gene Palmer walked into Plattsburgh City Court. ((Court NAT)) The former corrections officer -- charged with four felonies -- waived his right to a felony hearing, sending his case to a grand jury. ((District attorney Clinton County Andrew Wylie 01:13:32 Now the matter is transferred out of the Town of Plattsburgh court, bail remains the same, he's out on bail.)) Palmer was caught in the carnage of Richard Matt and David Sweat's daring escape -- that ended with Matt dead and Sweat in custody. Monday Sweat started talking. ((CNN> Sgt. Charles Guess: We hope that he continues to talk. Our investigators are very keenly interested in what he might have to say.)) ((01:17:59 Andrew Wylie -- he's told investigators that Palmer had no involvement in the escape. It was just Mitchell he and Matt.)) New York Governor Andrew Cuomo also says the two convicts remained together -- until five days before Sweat's capture. ((David Poirier/Constable, NY "I mean I figured they'd probably head towards Canadian border. Try to get away.)) Two miles from the border - Sweat was shot twice and apprehended. Hours later -- celebration. (00:33:34 3052) ((Chief Christopher Premo/Malone Police "Even today at noon they had a big celebration in the village. The streets were lined with hundreds of people actually.)) OR NAT The state will soon charge Sweat with first degree escape. ((District Attorney Andrew Wylie: 01:16:47 Whether its escape first degree, whether its any other charge, he needs to be charged with the escape that he committed back on June 6. That's how my office always proceeds.)) Wylie says he'll present the cases against both Palmer and former corrections officer Joyce Mitchell in July. The two estranged prison workers are just a fraction of the new FBI investigation into the officers at Clinton Correctional. Allegations of heroin trading -- enabled by prison guards -- follow reports Matt and Sweat were kings of a larger drug ring. A saga -- even the Governor says is hard to believe. ((CNN> Gov. Andrew Cuomo: So it was really fascinating but at least it ended well.")) ((AA Channel 3 News))

4} TACTICAL5_VO


As we've reported throughout the search -- a tactical team from the Vermont State Police -- played a key role. Especially in tracking the first inmate -- Richard Matt. The Tactical Services Unit unit was deployed to northern New York a week ago Sunday. Members were used to help secure perimeters, and at times clear houses and buildings -- including the Malone Fair Grounds. On Friday -- the day Richard Matt was shot and killed -- the unit was told to back up FBI and federal border patrol teams on the Malone-Duane town line.

5} TEAM5_SOTVO


((Lt. Manley/VSP: "at one point, there was noise being heard in the woods by a perimeter new york State trooper and those two tactical teams moved into that location and that is when the shots were fired and the suspect was deceased.")) Lieutenant Michael Manley says half the team was a few hundred yards from the shooting -- the other half was about a mile way. The 15-member team returned from New York Saturday after a week of taking part in the search.

6} SHOOTING11_VO


A Westford man is fighting for his life this morning. Police say he was shot on ((PETTING-GILL)) Pettingill Road just off Route 128 Monday. Authorities say he is a firearms instructor and still do not know if the shooting was an accident or an intentional criminal act. His injuries are considered life threatening.

7} SINCLAIR11_SOTVO


((Capt. J.P. Sinclair, Vt. State Police 47:37 "initially the first person who came upon the injured man in the road though perhaps he had been struck by a car and then when rescue got here and looked at him further, it appeared like he had a gun shot injury.)) State police tell us they are looking for a woman who scheduled to take a class with the man Monday. They say she is not a suspect but may be able to help establish a timeline for when the man was hurt -- based on if or when she showed up for that appointment.

8} ATVAM_INTRO


Investigators are still trying to piece together what went wrong -- after an ATV crash killed a Vermont teen -- and hospitalized 2 others. Logan Crawford reports.

9} ATVAM_PKG


15 year old Dawson Perley of Enosburgh died Sunday at UVM Medical Center after an ATV accident involving him and 2 other teens. (TC 00:08:33:12 Tile 3612) ((Mark LaRose/Enosburgh "Just a tragic, needless accident is what it was." 00:08:37:17)) 14 year old Carter Paradee of Bakersfield is still in critical condition at UVM. And 15-year-old Cole Elkins -- also of Bakersfield has been released from the hospital. The cause of the ATV crash is still under investigation. 2 of the victims just finished their sophomore year at Enosburgh High and one is an incoming freshman. Principal Erik Remmers says the school's had staff on standby to help the boys' classmates. (TC 00:04:36:12 Tile 3607) ((Erik Remmers/Enosburgh High School Principal "We had an open gym our guidance staff and those counselors were available during that time. We just wanted kids to be able to get together and be able to talk, whether it be about this situation or other things and have us around. Let them know that they have adults that care about them and are here to support them." 00:04:57:03)) Captain Paul White of the Vermont State Police says fatal crashes with ATVs happen too often. He says these vehicles don't have the protection a normal car does -- and a lot of these crashes happen as a result of excessive speed or inexperience. Captain White says riders should always wear a seat belt and take a safety course on ATV operation. (TC 00:14:48:24 Tile 3671) ((Capt. Paul White/VSP "Just because they're not a full fledged automobile doesn't mean they shouldn't be treated with the same respect. You wouldn't allow your kid to drive your pick up or your minivan down the road. Kids need to be supervised and when I say kids I mean kids under the age of 16, 18." 00:15:07:05)) ((nats Larose )) Mark LaRose of Enosburgh owns the local auto shop LaRose's and is a father himself. He says ATVs are popular in the area -- and would let his kids ride them. (TC 00:09:11:08 Tile 3612) ((Mark LaRose/Enosburgh "Helmets would've been mandatory and some kind of... I don't know if these kids had any kind of safety course or not, but I think there should be one offered either through the schools or somebody somewhere." 00:09:26:01)) The school says they will continue to offer their services to students and the community to help them through this difficult time. State police urge ATV riders to take a safety course. You can check WCAX dot com for one online. Logan Crawford, channel 3 news, Burlington.

10} RICHARDS11_VO


A Bethel woman is facing charges this morning for running over a South Royalton attorney. Police say 22 year old Allison Richards hit 63 year old Tavian Mayer with her car last week--in front of the Locust Creek Store on Route 107 in Bethel and drove off. Richards originally told police another man was actually driving the car but an investigation revealed she was the only one driving, bragged about it via text message--and had driven off from the store without paying for the gas when she hit Mayer. She's facing multiple charges. Mayer is in critical condition.

11} WEATHER_GREEN


(anchors introduce gary) Sunny start to the day, but showers, possible t-storms by afternoon & evening. More showers, t-storms Wed. to start July. But then a streak of nice, dry, summer weather starts Thursday and lasts right through the 4th of July holiday weekend, and into Monday.

12} FORECAST


Today: AM sun Showers, possible t-storms by afternoon Highs: 73 to 80 Wind: S 5 to 15 mph Tonight: Showers, possible t-storms Lows: 58 to 65 Wind: S 5 to 15 mph Wednesday: Showers, t-storms Highs: 72 to 78 Wind: S 10 to 20 mph Extended: Thursday: Partly cloudy Lows: 50s Highs: 70s Friday: Mostly sunny Lows: 45 to 55 Highs: 70s Saturday: 4th of July! Partly cloudy Lows: 48 to 58 Highs: 75 to 82 Hyper-Extended: Sunday: Mostly sunny Lows: 50s Highs: 78 to 85 Monday: Partly cloudy Lows: 55 to 62 Highs: 78 to 85

13} WORLDWATCH_GREEN


Law enforcement agencies across the country are on high alert...amid a terror warning for July 4th weekend. The warning follows calls by ISIS last week to take up arms against enemies during the holy month of Ramadan. Alison Harmelin reports.

14} WORLDWATCH_PKG


Law enforcement agencies across the country are on high alert...amid a terror warning for July 4th weekend. While the joint-intelligence bulletin does not mention a specific plot, federal officials remain concerned about ISIS and its use of social media to recruit Americans and other westerners. The latest threat coincides with the FBI's arrest of a New Jersey man for plotting to support the terror group. The escaped prisoner, caught over the weekend in New York, is listed in stable condition at a hospital in Albany. On Monday -- David Sweat told authorities-- he and Richard Matt were supposed to be driven to Mexico by Joyce Mitchell after they broke out of prison June 6th. The pair eventually split up and was headed to Canada... when Matt was killed by law enforcement... and Sweat was shot and captured. And, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie enters the race for the Republican Presidential nomination today. He'll announce his plans from the high school he attended in Livingston, New Jersey. Christie is the 14th major Republican to enter the race. Those are some of the day's top stories. I'm Alison Harmelin CBS News New York.

15} CARPOOL_VO


Well, this homeowner certainly had a bad case of the Mondays. Take a look at this video. You can see a car sitting in a swimming pool outside this Houston area home. A local news reporter owns the house... but not the car. A teenage driver, who lives just two doors down, lost control on a left hand turn, barreled through the backyard fence, sideswiped the kitchen wall, and landed straddling the pool and the jacuzzi. No one was hurt in the wreck and it's unclear what led to the crash. Police haven't said if they will file charges against the driver.

16} TRUMP_WIPE_NATVO


((TAKE NAT)) "You're fired" N-B-C had those famous two words for Donald Trump. The network will no longer air the Miss U-S-A and Miss Universe pageants .. and Trump will not return to The Apprentice as host. N-B-C cited Trump's recent comments about Mexican immigrants for the split. In a scathing open letter, Trump called N-B-C weak and foolish for their decision. He continues to stand by his comments on immigration. Earlier this month, Trump said Mexico routinely "sends" America it's worst, describing Latino immigrants as criminals and "rapists."

17} BEAR_WIPE_NATVO


((TAKE SOUND UP FULL FOR 2 SECONDS, "there's a bear on my car")) And this family wasn't really looking for the bear-necessities when they got this up close and personal look at a grizzly. David Peters stopped the car to check out the animals grazing on the side of the road near Yellowstone National Park when this curious fellow decided to check them out instead. Peters says the encounter was more exciting than scary, leaving the car with a few scratches and the family with a great story to tell.

18} WX_CHAT_HOME


Sunny start to the day, but showers, possible t-storms by afternoon & evening. More showers, t-storms Wed. to start July. But then a streak of nice, dry, summer weather starts Thursday and lasts right through the 4th of July holiday weekend, and into Monday.

19} AGAINSTGRAIN6_INTRO


Before it was popular -- one Vermont company has been going Against the Grain. Gina Bullard checked in with the Brattleboro company -- where business is booming.

20} AGAINSTGRAIN6_PKG


Rolls -- baguettes -- pizzas -- and pitas. ((nat)) Against the Grain Bakery in Brattleboro makes a lot of things -- but something you WON'T find here -- gluten. ((Nat)) Tom Cane and his wife Nancy started the gluten-free business eight years ago. All of its 14 products come frozen. (00:06:22:25) ((Tom Cain/Against the Grain Gourmet "fresh bread has preservatives to keep it stable we don't do that because our stuff if frozen")) The idea came from necessity. Tom and his son were both diagnosed with a gluten intolerance -- Celiac Disease. (00:00:53:12) ((Tom Cain/Against the Grain Gourmet "tell a 14 year old boy he can't have pizza and you might as tell him his life is over so nanc went on a mission to make sure he had bread and pizza")) They put Nancy's recipes to the test and Against the Grain has been a success ever since. When it first opened the gluten-free craze hadn't started. Now, this 90-thousand-square-foo t bakery with 70 employees is booming. (00:06:48:19) ((Tom Cain/Against the Grain Gourmet "we've not had a year where oru growth is less than 50% since we started")) Pita bread is its newest venture. The pita line is impressive. Kicking out over 1400 fluffy pockets an hour. Even thought there's a gluten free craze right now Tom says Against the Grain products will stand the test of time. (00:04:35:07) ((Tom Cain/Against the Grain Gourmet "if we're making these products it can't be oh this is good for GF it has to be this is great bread great pizza and they don't care if its GF")) So if there's no gluten in these products -- what is in them? (00:02:04:21) ((Tom Cain/Against the Grain Gourmet "the primary starch is tapioca starch")) The best seller is cheese pizzas. It's the number one selling frozen entrée in the natural aisle in the US. They sell around 12-thousand a week. Against the Grain is sold is more than 7-thousand stores nationwide. Including most major chains like Hannaford and Price Chopper. (00:34:55:28) ((Tom Cain/Against the Grain Gourmet "g-it smells delicious - it is delicious t-ta da!")) Going against the grain with Made in Vermont bread products. Gina Bullard Channel 3 News Brattleboro.

21} HEADLINES_FONT


Topping our headlines: New details this morning about a Westford shooting a woman is facing charges... Police on the lookout for a Brattleboro bank robber Plus-marriage equality-- Senator Leahy speaks out about same sex marriage.

22} QUICK_WX_DESK


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

23} SHOOTINGAM_VOFONT


A Worcester woman is facing attempted homicide charges after a shooting in Westford. The shooting happened Monday afternoon. Police say 48 year old Darryl Montague was discovered by a family member lying at the edge of the road near his home. It was initially thought that he may have been struck by a car, but rescuers discovered that he had been shot in the torso. It was found during additional treatment at the hospital that he had what appeared to be a second gunshot injury to the jaw region. Montague is listed in critical condition. State police say 31 year old Veronica Lewis of Worcester was at the Montague home for a reported firearms lesson. She has been charged with 1st degree attempted homicide. More information regarding this case will be released after her arraignment.

24} BANKROBBERY5_VO


This morning Brattleboro police are on the lookout for whoever robbed a bank. Police say this man hit the People's United Bank on Main Street just before one PM Tuesday. The suspect is described as a tall white man with scruffy facial hair. He was wearing a black zip-up sweatshirt with a small Michael Jordan logo on the chest. He was also wearing a red and blue baseball cap. If you recognize him call police.

25} GUITAR11_VO


A musical heist--at a local music festival. Police say 50 year old Richard Brodsky and his 13 year old son of Newtown Connecticut--had their three guitars stolen out of their car--at the Jenny Brook Bluegrass Festival in ((TUN-BRIDGE)) Tunbridge over the weekend. Anyone with information is asked to call Vermont State Police.

26} HOUSINGAM_WHITE


A much needed boost for low income Vermonters. The state has awarded 4.6 million dollars in grants to nonprofit housing programs. The Vermont Office of Economic Opportunity says the grants will help in providing emergency shelter and go towards operating transitional housing. It will also help get homeless families back into permanent housing more quickly.

27} MARRIAGE5_VO


Vermont Senator Patrick ((LAY--HE)) Leahy says marriage equality will NOT need help from Congress. Senator Leahy is praising the Supreme Court's landmark decision that declared gay couples have the right to marry in any state across the country. Leahy says the ruling is the biggest move toward equality -- in years. And he says Congress does not need to act in order to cement or build upon the high court's ruling.

28} LEAHY5_SOTVO


(00:06:23:00) ((Sen. Patrick Leahy - D-Vermont There will be people - for political reasons - who will want to fight it. Some will say, 'oh, we need to have a constitutional amendment'. Well, a constitutional amendment will go nowhere. This will be the law of the land.)) Leahy recalled a case from nearly 50 years ago -- the ban on interracial marriage. He says the idea of that ban now seems ludicrous. And he expects the same will eventually happen with gay marriage.

29} WEATHER2_GREEN


(anchors introduce gary) Sunny start to the day, but showers, possible t-storms by afternoon & evening. More showers, t-storms Wed. to start July. But then a streak of nice, dry, summer weather starts Thursday and lasts right through the 4th of July holiday weekend, and into Monday.

30} FORECAST2


Today: AM sun Showers, possible t-storms by afternoon Highs: 73 to 80 Wind: S 5 to 15 mph Tonight: Showers, possible t-storms Lows: 58 to 65 Wind: S 5 to 15 mph Wednesday: Showers, t-storms Highs: 72 to 78 Wind: S 10 to 20 mph Extended: Thursday: Partly cloudy Lows: 50s Highs: 70s Friday: Mostly sunny Lows: 45 to 55 Highs: 70s Saturday: 4th of July! Partly cloudy Lows: 48 to 58 Highs: 75 to 82 Hyper-Extended: Sunday: Mostly sunny Lows: 50s Highs: 78 to 85 Monday: Partly cloudy Lows: 55 to 62 Highs: 78 to 85

31} SPORTSWRAP_GREEN


32} SPORTSWRAP_PKG


( Get a bunch of LPGA, Champions tour and PGA Tour pros together for charity and you've got quite the event in Barrington, Rhode Island. There's a major Vermont Connection at the Rhode Island Country Club. Scott Fleishman explains from Barrington. It's the 17th annual CVS charity classic. It's a 2 day event that raises money for various charities. Teams of 2 competing to win the title that includes Woodstock's Keegan Bradley. Bradley really got into a groove on the back 9. It started with a birdie putt on the par5 11 , then check out the approach shot on the par 4 13, he ends up putting that in for birdie. On the par 3 17 his tee shot along the water lands just 7 feet from the cup another birdie for Bradley then to cap it off on the par 4 18 after another great approach shot, his sinks another birdie. The team of Curran and Bradley birdie 11of the18 holes today and are in a great position to make a run at this thing on Tuesday. "We got off to a good start. It got a little sluggish in the middle there and we cruised on the back. We really want to come out and win this tournament so we were watching the leaderboard we want to make sure we have a shot at this thing tomorrow." "We're both pretty tired, but a tournament like this is so much fun you don't even think about it. People at Rhode Island Country Club, the course is absolutely perfect. It's just fun to come home to New England and play in front of friends and family .. Game 1...Beautiful night for baseball, pink sky in left... Champ playing peek-a-boo with the camera but he would be covering his eyes in this one as Lowell takes a 4-2 lead in the 5th and add to it in the 6th.. Josh Ockimey (ock-i-May) hammering this one deep to right field and that ball is gone Lake Monsters fall in game one, 5-3... Vermont would win game two however, 1-0..The Mountaineers would fall at home to North Adams on Monday 7-3... with your sports wrap, I'm kane o'neill)

33} WRAPINTRO_WHITE


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

34} SWEAT3_VO


From the hospital -- the escaped killer -- is starting to talk. David Sweat was shot and captured on Sunday -- and officials say his condition has been upgraded from critical to stable. And he is speaking out to investigators about his three weeks on the run. Sweat says his fellow escapee, Richard Matt had blisters on his feet and was slowing down their run for the Canadian boarder. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says Matt and Sweat were heading to Mexico -- but had to change course when prison tailor Joyce Mitchell didn't pick them up -- after they escaped from the Clinton Correctional Facility June 6th. Matt was killed by police on Friday.

35} PALMER3_W_VO


Meanwhile -- the case against prison worker Gene Palmer is now headed to a grand jury. He pleaded not guilty Monday in court -- waiving his right to a preliminary felony hearing. Palmer maintains he had no prior knowledge of the escape plans. Apparently Sweat agrees -- and reportedly told investigators that Palmer had no involvement in the escape.

36} SHOOTING3_VO


A Worcester woman is facing attempted homicide charges after a shooting in Westford. The shooting happened Monday afternoon. Police say 48-year-old Darryl Montague was discovered by a family member lying at the edge of the road near his home. It was initially thought that he may have been hit by a car, but rescuers discovered that he had been shot in the torso. He was taken to the hospital -- where it was discovered he had a second gunshot injury -- to his jaw. Montague is listed in critical condition. State police say 31-year-old Veronica Lewis of (wuss-ter) Worcester was at the Montague home for a reported firearms lesson. She is charged with 1st degree attempted homicide. She will be in court today -- and we will bring you the latest information as it's released.

37} ATV3_VO


A 15-year-old Vermont boy has died -- and two other teens hospitalized -- following an ATV accident in Bakersfield. State police say the crash happened Friday on King Road. All three teens were riding on the same all-terrain vehicle when it crashed. Authorities say Dawson Perley of Enosburgh died Sunday at the UVM Medical Center. 14-year-old Carter Paradee of Bakersfield is still in critical condition at UVM. And 15-year-old Cole Elkins -- also of Bakersfield has been released from the hospital.

38} TEENS3_SOTVO


(TC 00:04:36:12 Tile 3607) ((Erik Remmers/Enosburg High School Principal "We had an open gym our guidance staff and those counselors were available during that time. We just wanted kids to be able to get together and be able to talk, whether it be about this situation or other things and have us around. Let them know that they have adults that care about them and are here to support them." 00:04:57:03)) The school says they will continue to offer their services to students and the community to help them through this difficult time.

39} WRAPOUTRO_WHITE


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

40} SHORT_WX_GREEN


Sunny start to the day, but showers, possible t-storms by afternoon & evening. More showers, t-storms Wed. to start July. But then a streak of nice, dry, summer weather starts Thursday and lasts right through the 4th of July holiday weekend, and into Monday.

41} FITNESS_SOFT


((Mary Schope, Fitness Concepts)) Where? When can people find you?? Show us a couple of exercises... Crossfit workout for women using Kettlebells they can do at home.


Top of Script


Last Update: Tue 30-JUN-2015
WebMaster@WCAX.com
© copyright 1996-2012 WCAX-TV