While Halloween is fun, it does pose some dangers.
Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) urges dairy farmers to take action.
The Federal Reserve announced it would end its bond-buying program.
AT&T is in legal trouble over its unlimited data plan.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is directing the Federal Protective Service to enhance its security presence at U.S. Government buildings across the country.
Unless you're trying to win a neighborhood popularity contest, there's no steadfast rule that says you must pass out candy bars as big as baseball bats on Halloween.
FairPoint is urging the public to report suspicious activity to police after recent vandalism incidents.
Baby wipes by Nutek Disposables, Inc. are being recalled because some packages may contain bacteria.
Exercising may be good for your heart, but bad for your teeth!
The New Hampshire Attorney General's Office says the autopsy results in the deaths of a man and woman discovered at a residence in Lincoln on Saturday.
Entergy plans on testing 37 emergency sirens in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts on Saturday at noon.
Murry's Inc, is recalling 31,689 pounds of gluten free breaded chicken products.
An apple a day might keep the doctor away, but if that doesn't work you might want to try a chocolate bar.
Meteorologist Michael Page discusses some of the biggest October snows in our recent history.
New Hampshire State Police said they clocked a driver traveling 111 MPH along a stretch of I-89 on Sunday morning.
Some snow atop the highest peaks this weekend, with more possible late week and next weekend.
New Hampshire police are investigating an apparent murder-suicide in Grafton County.
Consumers may save hundreds on home heating costs this winter.
Amtrak says that Ebola is not affecting their operations and that they have updated their protocols.
Tens of millions of airbags could soon be recalled as lawmakers question the safety of devices supposed to keep you safe.
Nearly everyone looks forward to the weekend, but as you count down the hours, consider this, a new study says a lot of us are not only working very hard, we're likely working a few days each year for free.
Vermont, New York, and New Hampshire all ranked in the top 25 for energy efficient economies.
Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) is still pushing for equal internet access.
The United States is warning border patrol agents on the Canadian border to be on high alert following Wednesday's deadly shooting in Ottawa.
A new survey found more than seven out of ten adult internet users say they've seen someone harassed in some way online.
With less than two weeks until Election Day, the race for U.S. Senate in New Hampshire is still too close to call.
Exercise while listening to music seems like an obvious way to pass the time, but a new study has data that shows music might do more than you think.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has announced more vehicles are affected by a defective airbag recall.
Governor Maggie Hassan and Secretary of State William Gardner announced the launch of an online business registration platform Wednesday.
The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) says that Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center has agreed to be an Ebola referral hospital.
It was a special night for WVNY & WFFF as Perry Sook, the chairman, president, and CEO of our parent company Nexstar Broadcasting Group, was inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame.
Staples may be the latest retailer to face a possible data breach.
The Department of Homeland Security announced new screenings for Ebola on Tuesday.
Technology may be able to help fight childhood obesity by helping kids keep track of what they eat.
Toyota announced Monday that they are recalling 247,000 more vehicles over Takata airbag issues.
A new survey suggests almost half of shoppers surveyed, will avoid retailers affected by last year's data breaches when it comes time for this year's holiday shopping.
Mental_Floss teamed up with CareerBuilder Company Economic Modeling Specialists Intl., to find the most unique job for every state.
FairPoint workers are picketing outside the South Burlington facility Friday after announcing they were going on strike late Thursday.
Looking for some extra cash this holiday season? Some of the world's biggest retailers like Amazon and Walmart are hiring extra help.
Members of the House met on Thursday during a middle of a congressional recess to hear testimony about the government's response to Ebola.
New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan announced the launch of a new prescription drug monitoring program.
There's a silver lining for home buyers, U.S. mortgage rates are at their lowest levels in months.
Police arrested and charged a woman with 2nd degree murder after they say she caused the death of her 4-month-old son back in June.
A new study is taking a look at a controversial topic, how parents and doctors view the effects of violent media on children.
The third human case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) has been confirmed in New Hampshire.
The second Dallas health care worker diagnosed with Ebola traveled on a commercial airplane Monday, the day before she reported symptoms.
HBO will be offering a stand-alone streaming service starting in 2015.
Help for autism could be as close as your dinner table.
Vermont State Police arrested a man they say was a fugitive of justice from New Hampshire.
A massive set of recalls affects more than 1.7 million Toyota vehicles.