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Two people have been displaced after a fire broke out at a home on East Shore Road in South Hero.
A traffic stop leads to the arrest of a man they say is responsible for a number of robberies.
Expect to pay a little more if you order from Amazon.
An Orwell man has been convicted of repeated, aggravated sexual assault of a child.
Some Vermont college students actually got to take part in Friday's inauguration ceremony.
A Burlington woman's controversial social media status is going viral and now she's being cautioned by police after threats were made against her life.
Emergency crews responded to the Milton Middle School Friday.
Some protests turned violent in Washington Friday as thousands of protesters descended on the nation's capital for Donald Trump's inauguration.
A man was hit by a car on busy Route 7 Friday at the Burlington-South Burlington city line.
Vermont's largest county has a new top prosecutor. Gov. Phil Scott, R-Vermont, swore in Sarah George shortly after noon Friday.
The Patriots may soon be Super Bowl-bound again. And so may a local dog. Our Judy Simpson explains.
New York State Police say a man hid a camera in a bathroom to secretly record video of a 13-year-old.
Donald Trump is now the 45th president of the United States. He took the oath of office on the West Front of the Capitol Friday.
In her first weeks in Washington, Democratic Sen. Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire is emerging as a fierce critic of Republican President-elect Donald Trump's nominees to lead the federal education and health departments.
The Vermont Department of Labor says the state's unemployment rate dropped one-tenth of 1 percent last month to 3.1 percent.
An alleged hostage situation sent the prison in St. Albans into lockdown.
Several thousand Vermonters plan to head to the Statehouse Saturday for the Women's March on Montpelier.
Several Vermonters will be at Donald Trump's inauguration ceremony and say it's a time for unity.
Many of Donald Trump's earliest New Hampshire backers are heading to Washington to celebrate the inauguration of a candidate they supported when few others did.
Three of four members of New Hampshire's Congressional delegation plan to attend Republican President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration.