Though some businesses close early for the 4th of July holiday weekend, hotels and restaurants are packed.
Ford is recalling more than 400,000 vehicles in the United States.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is investigating the potential risk of codeine in children's medicines.
Get the latest updates for the 2015 Burlington Fireworks Spectacular!
New York State Police is searching for the owner of a backpack they say was being carried by prison escapee David Sweat.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is heading to New Hampshire Friday to start two-days of campaigning over the Fourth of July weekend.
Mike Curkov and Alaina Pinto meet with Burlington Fire Department, Parks and Recreation, Northstar Fireworks the Mayor and more to get us ready for the big show.
One of two convicted killers who broke out of a New York State prison wrote a letter to his daughter prior to his escape.
Top stories for July 3rd, 2015
The weather didn't cooperate, but people still helped raise money to benefit the homeless Sunday.
Burlington Parks and Recreation and the police department want to make it fun and safe for all ages.
Doors are closed at BP Auto Works in Alburgh, owned by Bernard Savage.
With 30-40,000 people coming down to the waterfront for the July 3rd Fireworks, Burlington Parks, Recreation and Waterfront recommends three alternate forms of transportation to get to the show. The shuttle, the train or your bike.
The skies are looking a little greener around Burlington International Airport.
The Addison County Regional Planning Commission confirmed it's support, again, for the natural gas pipeline.
New Hampshire State Police and the Attorney General's Office are investigating a homicide in Columbia.
According to VTRANS, there is a minor train derailment at the bottom of Quarry Hill.
New York State Police are continuing to investigate David Sweat and Richard Matt's escape from Clinton Correctional Facility on June 6.
The Bernie Sanders Campaign says the have raised around $15 million since Sen. Sanders announced his bid for the Democratic Party presidential nomination on April 30.
U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) announced more than $35,000 to help counter the spread of white-nose syndrome (WNS) in Vermont.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin proclaims July 2, 2015 Vermont State Police Appreciation Day.
Local 22 & Local 44 has learned new details in the death of New York prison escapee Richard Matt.
Vermont State Police arrested a man they say threatened a 6-year-old girl on Tuesday.
A University of Vermont study links certain eye colors with a higher risk of alcohol dependency.
From starting the engines to safety checks, the Spirit of Ethan Allen shows us what it takes to head out on the lake.
A list of fireworks celebrations in our viewing area in Vermont, New York and New Hampshire.
A musical collaboration that hasn't happened in more than a decade will make this July 3rd even more magical.
Local 22 and Local 44 are put to the test. How can the newsroom improve its recycling habits?
A funeral home in Plattsburgh will handle the transfer of Richard Matt's body.
While many people in the area may be familiar with his name, Tony Pomerleau explains why.
If you've ever been to the July 3rd Fireworks Spectacular in Burlington, you've probably seen Dan Marcotte's Airshow.
Law enforcement who helped in the search for sweat and matt are still receiving praise from the community.
Several major airlines have been subpoenaed by the Justice Department as part of investigation into price-fixing.
The Winooski Police Department arrested a man they said passed counterfeit money at the Fastop Convenience Store on Main Street.
The government is making more people eligible for overtime pay.
The New York Department of Corrections and Community Supervision (DOCCS) named a new Superintendent of the Clinton Correctional Facility and enhanced interim security protocols at the prison.
Vermont State Police arrested a man they say was sexually abusing a 6-year-old child.
The Green Mountain Care Board approves an inpatient bed replacement building project at UVM Medical Center.
The City of Burlington says there will be no curbside recycling pickup on July 3.
GLOBALFOUNDRIES completed its acquisition of IBM's Microelectronics business.
According to CNN, New York State Police are finished interviewing David Sweat.
The Adirondack Coast Visitors Bureau is launching a 'Top Dog' photo contest.
New York State Police arrested a woman they say was selling heroin.
New research reveals that the effects of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can damage more than the mind.
Gulliver's Doggie Daycare helps us get Fido ready for a family vacation.
After more than two decades serving the Queen City, Burlington's Police Chief said goodbye to his second family Tuesday.
The jailbreak investigation is now in full swing, looking into how prisoners Richard Matt and David Sweat hatched their escape plan.
Vermont now has a new U.S. attorney. Eric Miller was sworn in at the federal building in Burlington.
City Market announced they are opening another store in Burlington's South End.
Vermont Department for Children and Families (DCF) Commissioner released the 2014 Child Protection Report.