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A pedestrian was hit on Shelburne Road in South Burlington Thursday night.
There was traffic trouble for drivers on I-89 south near Exit 18.
A little boy is dead following a house fire in Massena.
Vermont State Police say a Pennsylvania man was on a snowmobile tour when he crashed in Killington and died.
This Vermont Super Senior has dealt with a lot of grief in her life but her community helped give her the strength to keep going. Meet Muriel O'Gorman.
Police say crack cocaine and movie prop money was found during a bust in South Burlington.
The hefty price tag of a new muscular dystrophy drug is stirring controversy. The pharmaceutical company is now delaying the drug's release after Washington lawmakers-- including Sen. Bernie Sanders-- got involved.
There is new information about a gunshot death in southern Vermont and why prosecutors say it was no accident.
It was homecoming for hundreds of Green Mountain Boys.
An East Montpelier man now admits he shot and killed a horse with a bow and arrow.
A Northfield man who blew off his own hand with a pipe bomb is going to prison.
We reached a new temperature record in Burlington Thursday.
The second death penalty trial of a man charged with killing a Rutland supermarket worker more than 16 years ago is being delayed.
The Vermont Legislature's Joint Fiscal Office says the state is poised to bring in an addition $8 million with retail giant Amazon agreeing to collect and remit sales tax.
Vermont State Police confirm they are assisting St. Albans police in the hunt for a shooting suspect.
New Hampshire's state Senate has passed two bills aimed at increasing local control in education.
A proposal that would give Vermont's governor greater control over how the state's police forces are used by the federal government is expected to take a major step toward becoming law.
The Northwest Regional Planning Commission says the Swanton Wind Proposal does not conform to the 2015 regional plan.
A sobering find from state health experts regarding suicide in Vermont-- they say it's a growing trend.
Vermont State Police now say they're not sure what sparked a fatal fire in on Route 2 in South Hero earlier this month.