Morning Newscast: December 10, 2007

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Here are the top stories at 7:30 a.m.:

A Georgia man is due in court today to answer an involuntary manslaughter charge stemming from the death of a fellow hunter two weeks ago; private talks among various parties and pro and con advertising preceded this week’s deliberations by Maine regulators on the proposed sale of Verizon to Fairpoint Communications; Vermont’s only organization for gay, lesbian and transgender youth has a new executive director; the state of Vermont has decided not to go forward with a deal to purchase over $17.5 million worth of passenger rail cars; and construction is expected to begin next summer in Winooski on the Chittenden County headquarters of the Community College of Vermont.

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