The Bridge Street Bridge served great importance during the War of 1812.
A new community center will be built in Champlain on the site of Saint Mary's Academy.
U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) continues his push to get the Senate to pass his bill that would end bulk collection of Americans' phone records.
Four male alpacas will join the University of Vermont Health Network - Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital Petting Zoo on June 4.
Board of Trustees of the the National Sports Academy announced they are closing their doors at the end of the month.
An Ohio veterinarian is warning dog owners to watch out for canine influenza.
It could take as long as five years to fix all cars affected in the largest auto recall in U.S. history.
Dozens of law enforcement leaders hung up their uniforms and laced up their sneakers to benefit Special Olympics in Plattsburgh.
United States Senator Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) is now making sure trains slow down at more dangerous spots in New York.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) released the top baby names of 2014 by state.
The Boy Scouts of America announced Thursday they will let local scout troops decide whether to accept gay adult leaders.
A report by Good Scout looked into why consumers donate or do not donate money at the register.
Get ready do do a little extra homework if you're planning to book a flight this summer.
We run down the top stories of the day.
Nearly $90,000 will go to three Essex County farms.
Leaders in Clinton County's smallest school district are in brainstorming mode after its budget vote failed Tuesday night.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is making sure nail salon workers know their rights.
Newly released documents tell us a lot more about Osama Bin Laden, including his obsessions, passions, fears and relationships.
The New York Assembly passed legislation to delay and reform teacher evaluations enacted in this year's budget.
The recent bird flu outbreak means the price of eggs is going up.
New York State Police arrested a woman they say forged a prescription.
The New York State Senate gave unanimous approval to a bill that would make it a crime for a school employee to engage in sexual activity with a student.
A new study suggests men are not protecting their skin from the sun and skin cancer as well as women do.
The bill would impose tighter regulation on rent laws.
For the first time in several years, some local schools are expanding budgets rather than cutting them. But that's not the story everywhere.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released the most distinctive causes of death for each state.
Air Bag Manufacturer Takata is recalling nearly 34 million vehicles over air bag issues.
A nationwide alert system to apprehend those who have injured, killed, or threatened law enforcement is closer to becoming reality.
All 50 states joined the U.S. Federal Trade Commission in a complaint charging four cancer charities and their operators with defrauding more than $187 million from consumers.
The New York Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) announced their Vision Registry has almost 1,400 participating providers.
The Microsoft Windows version of Solitaire turns 25 next month.
Members of New York's Congressional Delegation are joining Governor Andrew Cuomo's Raise the Age campaign.
Preschoolers are quickly making their way onto the list of Americans who lack active lifestyles.
Vermont and New York law enforcement convened on Lake Champlain to kick off Click It Or Ticket campaign.
The New York Senate passed a bill to create a registry of violent offenders.
A new study finds students may actually perform better on tests, if they don't carry cell phone to class.
The Obama Administration plans to bar federal agencies from providing certain military equipment to local police forces.
At least four companies are hoping to start producing and selling flying cars in the next two years.
Members from the Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 15-8 of Plattsburgh help us get our boats safe for the season.
What a sight for our veterans visiting the memorials in their honor on Saturday in Washington D.C..
According to ABC News, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been sentenced to death.
The U.S. Forest Service is waiving the day use and camping fees on June 13.
Lawmakers are pushing for increased rail safety following Tuesday's deadly Amtrak crash.
FairPoint Communications announced they are closing its call center in South Burlington.
The founder and CEO of Uber is facing a $1 billion lawsuit, accusing him of stealing the idea!
New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady has appealed his four-game suspension over Deflategate.
Walmart is taking on Amazon Prime.
A second suspect in the kidnapping of two Amish sisters in St. Lawrence County is expected to plead guilty to federal charges Thursday.
Honda has recalled nearly five million cars that may be equipped with faulty airbags.
Do you know what your kids are looking at on their smartphones?