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A warning from Vermont State Police after a driver was hospitalized when ice flew off another vehicle and smashed through her windshield.
Police say they arrested eight people over the weekend as part of a long-term investigation into the sale of narcotics.
New Hampshire officials say the state's unemployment rate for February was 2.7 percent, unchanged from the January rate.
Authorities say an upstate New York man ambushed his girlfriend and stabbing her so violently that the knife broke during the attack.
A Virginia businessman is scheduled to be sentenced in New York for his role in a same-sex couple's child custody fight.
A committee of health and law enforcement professionals is looking at the possibility of setting up safe injection sites for heroin and other opioid user in Chittenden County.
Airbnb has released a report that says 140,000 guests stayed in Vermont in 2016 using the online home sharing service. That earned Vermonters more than 17 million dollars. The state and Airbnb have an agreement where the company collects the state's rooms and meals tax to make things even with traditional hotels and motels, some towns in Vermont also charge a local tax. But some regular Bed and Breakfasts want more done. “There is no problem with competition but it's m...
Dozens of Fletcher Elementary students are supposed to be on a three day field trip to learn about leadership, but mistakes by those they look up to most are what's keeping them home.
A staffer at the Derby Elementary School is accused of assaulting a child.
There was a security breach at a website used by people looking to work for the state.
New York schools might be getting extra help to start up new universal pre-K programs. The state Assembly wants to increase funding by 10 times to give more New York kids a head start.
A Springfield driver pleaded guilty in a deadly hit-and-run case Tuesday.
Police are investigating two burglaries within four days at a Lyndonville thrift store.
A Brattleboro police officer is now under investigation after shooting a potentially rabid cat.
There was an arraignment Tuesday for a man accused of stabbing his girlfriend in the neck. The victim ended up dying at the hospital and court documents state that the victim's sister witnessed the entire incident.
Young inventors got creative in South Burlington Tuesday.
Many graduating high school seniors are learning what colleges they got into. But for those applying for financial aid, recent federal changes are making the process a lot harder.
Last week's snowstorm snarled the commutes of most Vermonters, but for Pete Davis it made for a smoother ride.
Low-income Vermonters will be able to get cheap or even free treatment for their pets.
Sen. Patrick Leahy questioned the president's pick for Supreme Court Tuesday.