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Burlington's police chief has posted body cam video of an assault and robbery suspect allegedly trying to run over a cop.
The Montpelier City Council in Vermont is considering a new ordinance that could force the demolition of blighted properties.
New Hampshire's attorney general says the number of overdose deaths linked to a deadly synthetic drug powerful enough to tranquilize elephants is up to six.
The narrow mountain highway known as Smugglers' Notch that links the Vermont towns of Stowe and Jeffersonville is now open for the season.
The College of St. Joseph in Vermont is clearing a number of units at recently acquired apartment buildings to make way for student housing.
Police have made an arrest in a convenience store crash this weekend where the driver took off.
We now know when Gov. Phil Scott will announce the fate of legal marijuana in Vermont.
Democratic lawmakers in New York state are calling for the creation of a new state service corps, similar to the federal AmeriCorps program.
New Hampshire lawmakers are considering a measure to help clarify signature verification requirements for absentee ballots.
A group opposed to changing South Burlington High School's mascot name has been cleared of campaign finance violations before the school budget was voted down on Town Meeting Day in March.
A new town center mall in Vermont's largest city will not be delayed after residents sought to halt construction through a Vermont Environmental Court ruling.
The Vermont Human Rights Commission has found reasonable grounds to believe that a Montpelier convenience store and deli discriminated against a customer who was asked to leave because of his service dog.
According to the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry more than 60% of teens, ages 13 to 17, have at least one profile on a social networking site.
The Queen City has about 10,000 rental units. Burlington officials are putting together a new resource to give tenants a hint at what they're signing up for.
The old “Flood Zone” building on Wolcott Street went up in flames Monday night. The owner tells Channel 3 that he believes the building was vacant and that it had no heating or electricity. Also, there had plans to have the building demolished. We’ll have more information as it becomes available.
A historic hotel in Saranac Lake has been undergoing major renovations.
Could wind turbines soon be functionally banned in Vermont? Regulators are seeking a sound limit on wind power projects that would be among the quietest in the country.
A Utility Terrain Vehicle is routinely used for rescues by the Williston Fire Department, including one on Sunday that sent two people to the hospital.
Police are looking for a man who drove through a gas station window and then ran off.
A Vermont woman is back in her home less than 24 hours after allegedly ramming a sheriff's deputy during a car chase.