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Vermont State Police say a trooper crashed into a car in Newport, leaving both drivers hurt and both vehicles totaled.
Police have charged two members of the Daniel Webster men's college basketball team after a fight during the game. It took 25 officers to break up the brawl. Authorities say 22-year old Marquise Caudil assaulted a player on the South Vermont College's team and threatend and officer who tried to stop him. Another player allegedly incited the hostile crowd surrounding an officer. Both player now face multiple charges. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wnq2kUQCoeg
Valley Vista treatment center directors say they will have 19 beds available in the next 4 to 6 weeks for patients displaced by the closing of Maple Leafe in Underhill.
State Police say 31-year-old Harley MacDonald forced his way into a Vermont home on Finley Bridge Road and stole jewelry and a gun Sunday night.
Vermont State Police are adding steps to catch impaired drivers. Officials say this comes after the number of DUI crashes went up last year.
For the past 95 years aspiring Olympians have been taking to the air at Harris Hill.
Two protestors were arrested Sunday at the Highgate Port of Entry. P
Over 100 brides-to-be stopped by the Burlington Winter Bridal Show Sunday afternoon.
Health care, paid family leave, and raising the minimum wage -- they're topics that often came up during the presidential election and continue to be debated. Sunday a group gathered in Burlington to make their voices heard.
Affordable housing continues to be an issue in the Queen City, but a new development at a former college aims to make headway.
New Hampshire Fish and Game officials have a simple message for the thousands of snowmobilers, ice anglers and other outdoor enthusiasts who will be in the state over the next few weeks: "If you don't know, don't go."
The newly renovated Lamoille County Courthouse in Hyde Park is hosting an art collection of local scenes throughout the seasons.
Vermont U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy is headed to Cuba and Colombia during the President's Day congressional recess.
The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department says two record-setting fish were caught in the state last year.
A report by Vermont's Human Rights Commission alleges that the state discriminated against a man when they denied him medical marijuana to treat post-traumatic stress disorder.
Skiing is a popular sport around here, but not all youngsters have the opportunity to try it. We meet a local teacher who's making sure that his students have the chance to hit the slopes.
At the Vermont State Fair grounds in Rutland drivers from around the country are ready to put their jacked-up rides to the test -- an event typically seen during mud season.
Saturday was the 98th annual meeting of St. Albans Dairy Cooperative members.
New Hampshire is seeking $6.2 million in federal money over the next two years to combat the state's opioid crisis.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen is attending a two-day foreign policy and security conference in Germany.