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The Maine agency that holds the state's tourism account is picking up another high-profile client.
A hearing is scheduled to begin Tuesday on whether a New Hampshire prep school graduate deserves a new trial on charges he used a computer to lure an underage girl for sex.
Vermont game wardens are hunting for a poacher who killed a pregnant deer.
Do you feel lucky? The jackpot keeps growing for the Powerball lottery.
It's official-- Vail Resorts will buy the Stowe Mountain Resort.
Police have arrested 80-year old Sandra Heath who was going south in the northbound lane near exit 12 in Williston around 9 P.M. Monday. Officials say she drove the wrong way for about 3 miles. The Stowe woman was screened for potential medical issues and is expected in court in April. This is the fifth wrong way driving incident in Vermont that we have reported in the last five months.
11-year old Ben McHenry can solve a rubiks cube without looking!
Most associate Presidents Day with long ski weekends or shopping for a car deal. The federal holiday spurred protest across the country including in Vermont.
There's another sanctuary city in our region and it's just across the border over in Montreal.
If you got stuck in traffic on Route 7 in Shelburne you weren't alone.
Authorities report a spike in the number of attempts made by people trying to cross into Canada.
The East Village Farm in Johnson might come as a big surprise, because it is so small, but as Judy Simpson found out you don't need a lot of acres to be successful.
A Vermont musician who fixes guitars and works with wood is using his skills to craft custom ukuleles.
New York has spent $8-million dollars to install hundreds of "I Love New York" highway signs.
One of Vermont's own is being inducted to the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame.
On the Channel 3 News at 6, join Tyler Dumont as he goes inside the forensics lab.
Another world slalom championship for Burke Mountain Academy alum Mikaela Shiffrin.
A snowy first three weeks of February is good news for the Adirondack hosts of the World Snowshoe Championships, being held in the United States for the first time later this week.
Former New Hampshire prep school student, and Tunbridge resident, was convicted of using a computer to lure an underage student for sex.
A year after her goldendoodle dogs were shot dead during a burglary, upstate New York resident Denise Krohn is pushing for legislation to toughen animal cruelty laws.