Lawmakers work late into the night Friday to find common ground on taxes and the budget before the final day of the session Saturday.
Vermonters from every corner of the state banded together to discuss if kids should be exempt for philosophical reasons from any vaccine before going to school.
The bill to improve trailer park roads and access points now moves to the Senate.
A Bill is making it's way to the House floor in the Vermont Statehouse. Both sides are rallying support before the next step.
Vermont’s Senate Democratic Leadership is working on legislation that aims to expand background checks to the Internet and gun shows.
It's a new start in the statehouse and while leadership stays the same their has been some shakeup in committees.
Governor Peter Shumlin outlined some of his legislative priorities in 2015. For Vermonters it was simple: Taxes.
Vermont lawmakers are gearing up for the new session.
Whether you're looking for a divorce, filing a court case or even burying a relative those costs could increase.
Lawmakers went back to work Tuesday, and they are already faced with a big deadline.
Just before a week-long break, lawmakers passed a number of bills Thursday.
James Patterson, best known as the author of the Alex Cross series, is spreading some of his personal wealth.
Winter is more than halfway through, but it's far from over--and propane prices are soaring as colder than normal temperatures increase demand for fuels like propane.
What Traffic Safety Prosecutor Greg Nagurney says might seem obvious: "I don't think anybody should drive high on meth."
State Police say they are having trouble finding time to work on cold cases.
Massage therapists in Vermont may soon need to be licensed.
A law that makes it a crime for doctors to perform abortions in Vermont is on its way out the door.
From cleaning supplies to your kids' toys, many everyday products contain toxic chemicals.
A bill to mandate paid sick leave in Vermont passed the House General, Housing and Military Affairs committee by a vote of 6-1 Tuesday.
Vermont's legislative session is about a quarter of the way through, which means we're about a month out from crossover day on March 14.
The bill to require foods made with genetically modified organisms to be labeled in Vermont was approved by the Senate Agriculture committee Friday.
Piles of snow and ice on a car are a concern to Vermont legislators.
Kyle Wolfe never goes to the shooting range without his earplugs.
Nick Governale makes a living finding the best spots to install solar panels.
If you have a "Vermont Strong" license plate, you may be able to keep it on your bumper longer.
Chris Schroth is a construction worker and farmer in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom.
Like many people, Cody Carter though he could have a few drinks and safely get behind the wheel. That's until he got stopped by an officer, and was given a breath test.
Lawmakers are considering changes to the current use law while farmers tell them where they have it right or wrong.
People with debilitating medical conditions might have an easier time getting medical marijuana in Vermont.
The Vermont Senate is expected to vote Thursday on the campaign finance bill.
Organic, Fair Trade, Gluten Free. A trip to the grocery store can include an overwhelming flood of fine print. But one fact about your food doesn't have to be labeled: whether or not it's been genetically modified.
It was a somber end to the first week of the Vermont legislative session as state leaders learned of Sen. Sally Fox's passing early Friday morning.
In a 124-15 vote, the Vermont House passed S.82, a contentious campaign finance bill rolled over from last session.
The Governor said right from the start: he was saving economy, education and healthcare talk for his budget address.
Vermont state legislators wanted to get an update on how Vermont Health Connect is going.