Snow is expected the day prior to Thanksgiving. Normally New Englanders would be fine with it, but many will be trying to get to their Thanksgiving spot!
According to AAA, 3.55 million Americans will be flying for the Thanksgiving holiday and just a few minutes at home can save you time at the airport.
Sunday updates on what to expect for Wednesday and Thursday storm system
A project that’s been in the works for decades will open Friday.
If you’re flying this summer—get ready to pay more.
A driver had a lucky escape Tuesday morning after his tractor-trailer crashed on Interstate 89 in Bolton.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says Interstate 84 has reopened to traffic.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has ordered state agencies to prepare for the storm.
Snowfall has created slick conditions on roads throughout our region.
$50 for a carry-on bag? $200 to change your flight? Airline fees have become the bane of travelers these days.
A few inches of snow has fallen across most of our region, creating slick road conditions.
A large sinkhole has closed a portion of Interstate 89.
Not too many accidents to report in Vermont Wednesday morning as people make their way to Thanksgiving destinations.
The Vermont Department of Public Safety says the upcoming storm may impact holiday travel plans.
The Burlington International Airport looks to better accommodate mothers. The airport will unveil the first of its kind lactation station.
The Burlington Police Department will be focusing on bicycle/pedestrian safety enforcement during the month of August.
Since the Plattsburgh Internationals Airport was built in 2007, the number of travelers has skyrocketed and now there are talks of expansion.
Fatal crashes in Vermont have united several Vermont agencies, initiating Operation Safe Summer and the Vermont Highway Safety Alliance.
Flooding has closed several roads including a portion of Interstate 89 between Williston and Richmond. It's the area known as French Hill.
Things are slightly improving for Interstate 89 traffic - 2 lanes are now open on the southbound side. But it wasn't the case this morning… It looked like big-city, rush hour traffic on a Winooski side street!
Avoiding part of 89 is something a lot easier said than done. With that in mind, FOX44 and ABC22 looked up a few options.
Vermont State Police are continuing to advise motorists to seek alternate routes as crews continue to repair the Winooski River Bridge near exit 15 on I-89.
When you hit the road the nearest gas station is seldom far away. But if you have an electric car, it might be hard to locate the nearest charging station.
If you park in Burlington and don't follow the rules, you soon might pay more for it.
Vermont's largest city has about 700 new signs! They are in French and English and can be found on all parking meters in downtown Burlington. It's a move to make the city more welcoming.