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Vermont State Police are warning people about a computer scam circulating our region.
Vermont State Police are investigating multiple burglaries in Barton.
State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is warning seniors to be wary of new phone schemes demanding money through gift cards or pre-paid debit cards.
New York state is investing $112 million in federal funding into several dozen projects intended to enhance bicycle and pedestrian transportation.
Electric car charging stations are still few and far between in rural areas leaving many backcountry drivers with "range anxiety," the fear that their batteries will run out and leave them stranded.
A man whose mother is presumed dead after their boat sank in the Atlantic Ocean is asking a Connecticut judge to seal from public view a search warrant that disclosed that he was a suspect in the 2013 slaying of his...
Burlington's director of the Parks, Recreation and Waterfront Department is leaving his post to head up the United Way of Northwest Vermont.
Inmates at the Chittenden Regional Correctional Facility will soon be able to take classes for college credit.
We now know who reportedly stole the Black Lives Matter flag from the University of Vermont’s Davis Center last September.
Police discovered a dead body Wednesday in a Brattleboro home.
More than $200 million is being pumped into the state of New York to combat the heroin crisis.
Police say a 34-year-old Enosburg Falls woman stole from an elderly person.
School Threats also impacted a college community in Vermont.
The sale of Bolton Valley returns ownership to the resort's founding family. Now, the DesLauriers believe their earlier years of seeding the state with young, local skiers is about to pay off.
We are watching winds and high water on Lake Champlain.
Hotels were hacked in our region.
The Plattsburgh International Airport has been undergoing a multimillion dollar expansion. We took a tour of the new facilities and a got a glimpse of the projects that are still ahead.
Working along a busy highway can be dangerous, especially when passing drivers are breaking the law. We spent the morning on Route 4 in Castleton to see what law enforcement in Rutland County is doing to get drivers to move over for emergency workers.
Could decades of fighting in Victory, Vermont, mean the end for the tiny Northeast Kingdom town?
More state money is heading to the North Country.