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New Hampshire police are investigating a car crash and fist fight on Interstate 89.
A mattress caused a couple crashes on interstate 89 Tuesday.
Police are calling the theft of dozens of DMV inspection stickers an isolated incident, but the owner of one dealership worries it could be the start of a trend.
Voters in Jericho are making a decision Tuesday on what their town should look like. Many Vermont towns are facing the same challenge balancing economic growth while keeping small town charm.
Hundreds of Vermonters were overcharged for health screenings.
The war against ISIS is getting a big boost from members of the Vermont National Guard who are deployed overseas. Our Priscilla Liguori introduces us to two guard members who offered to go when duty called.
A Vermont man saved a duck that got frozen to a rock on Lake Champlain.
Students at Colchester High School are heading to the presidential inauguration. The unique opportunity comes after months of studying the political process.
There is a lot of uncertainty surrounding the new Trump administration when it comes to policy both foreign and domestic.
As Trump is sworn into office, people will be rallying with marches around the country.
Some cancer patients in the Northeast Kingdom are going to have to travel for care.
People headed to the polls Tuesday to vote on changes to the Beekmantown Central School District.
Plattsburgh educators say they'll be protesting Donald Trump's nominee for education secretary.
New Hampshire Republican Gov. Chris Sununu is using his first official press conference to call for a limit on state hiring and pledge to better manage the state budget.
Two liberal arts colleges in New Hampshire and Vermont are making it easier for students from one institution to continue their education at the other.
Police say a Vermont man who went to a police station to pick up a woman accused of drunken driving was himself arrested on the same charge.
A former top federal prosecutor for Vermont who is the state's new commissioner of the Department of Public Safety says he expects the state's opiate epidemic will be a top priority of his office.
The Burlington Electric Department and the Vermont Technology Council are looking to develop an energy startup accelerator to help entrepreneurs in the electric business.
Property owners could be on the hook for $25 million a year to clean up Lake Champlain.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo will soon unveil the details of his proposed state budget, the massive spending plan that lays out state funding for schools, roads, health care and other priorities.