125 people jumped in and are all now heroes for epilepsy.
Senator Chuck Schumer is urging the Food and Drug Administration to prohibit e-cigarette manufacturers from targeting children and teens.
Though the seats were empty on Sunday, officers said they've had up to 40 people show up for this monthly sit down.
People lined the streets and gave some in the service industry a much appreciated crowd.
A simple UVM class project is turning heads in Burlington's North End.
Two people are dead after a vehicle hits a bicyclist on Route 116.
The Vermont State Police are investigating one of their troopers for material published on their personal social media page.
It happened Friday around 5 p.m. at a home on Mayo Rd.
UVM Students raised over $30 thousand for Alzheimer's research through Hilarity For Charity.
Saturday, kids at the Burlington YMCA, got moving while learning about healthy lifestyles at the 15th Annual Healthy Kids Day.
You could find people playing in piles of dirt, or better yet compost on Saturday.
Sunday is the 8th Annual Big Chill, a benefit to raise money for epilepsy research,
Vermont's 49th Annual Maple Fest is giving visitors from all over the Vermont experience.
A House panel passed a version of the Health Care Reform bill that would put a sales tax on soda and candy, while taxing tobacco products and more for funding.
This was the first online survey Vermont State Police has ever conducted, and the results may surprise you.
Tonight, Bruce Jenner is expected to tell his story to ABC's Diane Sawyer. A local LGBTQH group says it's brought up a lot of positive discussion...so far.
In an age where digital and homegrown terrorism is increasing, FBI director James Comey says he's on it.
4K For Cancer is a more than 4,000 mile bi-coastal run. Mary is part of a 28-person relay team that will spend 49 days zig-zagging across the country.
The man accused of killing Wesley Wing in Springfield last weekend pleaded not guilty to 2nd degree murder in court Friday.
A herd of buffalo had folks near Albany on edge.
Springfield Police responded to a home invasion and car chase last week.
A Morrisville man was arraigned on five felony counts of child pornography on Thursday.
Bruce Jenner tells ABC's Diane Sawyer that family members are "the only ones I'm concerned with" in a promotional clip of the exclusive interview.
The St. Johnsbury Police Department is investigating a theft at the North Church on Main Street.
Vermont State Police say they found a man in possession of 39 stolen credit cards after they stopped him for going 97 MPH on I-91.
An attorney for real estate heir Robert Durst says state weapon charges against him have been dropped, clearing the way for federal proceedings in New Orleans on similar charges.
Friday is a big anniversary for an important piece of equipment in the American space program.
A six-year-old boy is recovering after he accidentally shot himself in the leg while target practicing, according to police.
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It's not an easy problem to solve: growing the state's economy. For the past seven years Vermont has been growing a solution through VEGI.
Peter Mittelstadt clearly remembers the day in 2011 when he pressed record on his cell phone, walking to confront two men who firing shots toward his home while his daughters played in the front yard.
The fountain was sent to Alabama for restoration in September.
While the calendar reads spring, the previous cold weather is causing problems on the road.
Preparing for one of the city's biggest events isn't easy.
Vermont State Police are investigating the theft of a tractor from Sears at the Green Mountain Mall.
The Chancellor of New York's Board of Regents Merryl Tisch wants to push back the deadline to overhaul teacher evaluations.
Local 22 & Local 44 Reporter Steph Machado investigates shooting range regulations in Vermont.
The Chittenden County Transportation Authority (CCTA) is adjusting its St. Albans route for the Maple Festival.
Two llamas at the University of Vermont Health Network - Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital are retiring.
The battle to confirm a new attorney general has finally come to a close.
Two men accused of being involved in a home invasion in Colchester are now accused of breaking into a summer home on Maquam Shore Road in Swanton.
The New York Attorney General's Office sent a letter of intent to Planet Fitness after they say the company violated the state's tanning laws.
More problems for McDonald's.
New Hampshire now requires criminal background checks for youth skill program staff.
Vermont State Police have arrested a man they say shot and killed a man in Springfield, Vt. last Saturday.
Gulliver's Doggie Day care helps us with some tips to get our dogs ready to socialize.
See how students learn with a hands on approach.
Trader Joe's is recalling their Sweet Apple Chicken Sausage.
It is the time of year for sniffling and sneezing. As the spring flowers bloom, so too do your allergies.
Police arrested Mandy Latulippe, 34, for voyeurism. The Chittenden Unit for Special Investigation along with DCF conducted a joint investigation.