June 30, 2004 – Midday Report

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

Investigators have arrested two suspects in an arson that killed two people in Isle La Motte; Retired state police arson specialist describes how arson investigations are conducted; Republican Senate candidate Jack McMullen is challenging his rival Patrick Leahy to a one million dollar cap on campaign spending; police in New England and New York are coordinating an effort to keep road fatalities down over the Fourth of July weekend; Prevent Child Abuse Vermont announces that hockey player Martin Saint Louis will be the honorary chair for the 2004 Walk for Children in August.

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