In Vermont, drivers can file damage claims with the state, if their vehicles are damaged by a pothole through no fault of their own.
On a windy Thursday in St. Johnsbury, voters headed to the polls for a second shot at the school budget. It was cut by $180,000 since the first try on Town Meeting Day.
Some public employees in Vermont are getting the benefits of retirement while they're still working.
Every Vermonter pays an energy efficiency charge, but where is that money going? And how do you get your moneys worth.
Lawmakers say iPads have made a huge difference in their work lives. But we checked to see how much it's cost the taxpayers.
Thousands of non-profits are exempt from paying state property taxes. But as property taxes for others continue to go up, lawmakers are looking at changing that.
As part of a FOX 44 investigation we looked into the cost of renovating the National Life Building for state workers.