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Keenan Weischedel, a local man who recently experienced an accident that will forever change his life. He shares his story with us.
St. Patrick's Day celebrations kick off in Killington with traditions straight from Ireland.
The UVM Hoopcats are back after their valiant effort at the NCAA tournament.
One person is dead and another is critically injured after two small planes crashed in midair over Montreal Friday.
The cleanup continues following Tuesday's near-record storm. In Burlington, the work continues around the clock to clean up the mess from 30 inches of snow.
U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen is using the Democrats' weekly address to remind Americans of President Donald Trump's campaign-trail promises to improve health care coverage, lower costs and fight the opioid epidemic.
A state of emergency has now been declared in Malone, New York, as major flooding continues to threaten homes in the village.
A woman may lose her eyesight after an incident at a Burlington bar. Investigative reporter Jennifer Costa was looking into how many times police responded to the bar when she made a disturbing discovery about the suspect.
Vermont State Police say they arrested a trio of drug traffickers.
A crash closed Interstate 91 southbound in Barnet Friday afternoon.
Burlington teachers and the district are at an impasse over a new contract.
There weren't many trails open for snowmobilers to ride last weekend. But that's changed in a big way this week.
Friday began with more than 600 proposed laws up for consideration this year in Montpelier. Now, the vast majority of them are off the table until next year.
Sen. Bernie Sanders told students Friday that they can shape the future of the world.
They call themselves the Defenders and the Enforcers, and they're ready to battle it out for a worthy cause.
Dozens of St. Patrick's Day revelers were up early in Winooski and ready to celebrate.
In the corner of an industrial park in Williston, researchers are delving into how the brain works. And along the way, they discovered something else.
Birders have been flocking to a New Hampshire town to get a view of a great gray owl that's normally seen in Canada.
A bill that would strip the government's power to force journalists to reveal confidential sources through subpoenas will advance to the Vermont Senate floor.