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How Vermont police agencies are teaming up to fill openings in law enforcement across the region.
Vermont Gov. Phil Scott discusses the spate of recent school threats and other issues impacting Vermonters.
There's been a push in recent years to get healthier local food in school cafeterias and when that happens sometimes the result is fine cuisine. Channel 3's Darren Perron hosted UVM's Battle of the Campus Chefs.
One person was killed in a crash on Route 7 in Salisbury Thursday.
Parents are growing frustrated with persistent threats and a perceived lack of communication from schools, but experts say there's a reason each incident is handled in a particular way and one day's response may not look like the last.
Support for marijuana has reached a new high.
A Chester man accomplished something not many people have: he was the first person to cross a bridge when it opened and the last person to cross it when it closed.
President Trump is calling out Canada for slapping an import tax on American milk.
At the Billings Farm in Woodstock, Ann D'Anna keeps a watchful eye on the visitors while knitting.
A developer has announced plans for a $6.5 million four-story retail and apartment complex in Newport City.
The Vermont Public Service Board has approved two new solar projects that could bring up to a $200,000 benefit to the local electric department.
For the third day in a row, there is a lockdown at South Burlington High School.
Wildlife officials in northern New Hampshire are seeing some cases of distemper in foxes, and they're advising residents to keep their pets away from them and other wild animals.
The New Hampshire Legislature has approved a bill to ratify the results of town elections that were postponed due to the March 14 snowstorm.
We have new numbers on just how many Vermonters waited until the last minute to file their taxes.
Vermont State Police say they busted a ring smuggling drugs into prison.
New Hampshire Republican Gov. Chris Sununu says he's spoken with 127 businesses in 23 states and seven countries during his first 100 days in office.
It's Wildfire Awareness Week in New Hampshire.
The Vermont House has given its initial approval to a bill that protects journalists from revealing their confidential sources using a subpoena.
A new pledge on a local college campus means students will not tolerate discrimination.