A Vermont woman charged with shooting and killing three relatives and a social worker in 2015 is scheduled to go on trial nearly two years to the day after the crime took place.
A Vermont town is paying a woman $60,000 to settle a lawsuit in which she alleged two local police officers used excessive force when responding to a call at her home.
A Barre Town couple fought off an intruder with a tomahawk.
A Vermont e-cigarette and vapor business is shutting down after getting slapped with a $50,000 fine.
If you have a medical emergency, you'll likely be waiting longer at the state's busiest emergency department.
A new Siena College poll suggests Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo is enjoying his highest favorability ratings in two years.
Three days after a man was fatally struck by a care in Barre, local police have still not named the driver who hit him.
The governor of Vermont - the country's largest producer of maple syrup - is celebrating the annual maple season and the importance the industry is to the state's economy and heritage.
A hearing is planned on whether a New Hampshire man accused of murdering his 11-year-old stepdaughter five years ago is mentally competent to stand trial.
More flooding is expected to continue along the Barton River in Vermont.
Two Rutland County men are due in court Monday to face charges of robbing two Ludlow gas stations.
State Police say a driver from Vernon is expected to be okay after she flipped her car on Route 9 in Woodford Sunday night.
These days it's not uncommon to see name calling and hateful statements on social media. Online trolling and a simple comments can trigger a massive attack in just a matter of seconds.
President Donald Trump took a swing at Democrats Sunday, following the weekend election of Tom Perez as the head of the Democratic National Committee.
A quick-thinking neighbor helped save lives as fire ripped through buildings in Johnson Sunday morning.
Police are investigating an overnight shooting that threatened a family in Burlington's North End.
State lawmakers in Albany are brainstorming ways to prevent and address elder abuse.
The Montpelier The City Council wants residents and others who visit Vermont's capital city to know that there are going to be extensive road and sidewalk projects underway this spring and summer.
Several Vermont towns are about to get a windfall of government money.
A plan to turn Brattleboro's Lamplighter Inn into long-term housing for the homeless is moving forward.