Vermont health leaders want to keep you safe and informed this summer, especially when it comes to the region's major source of drinking water.
Overall, this July 4th weekend was safer than last year.
Montpelier is looking to go smoke free in city parks and a decision could be coming soon.
The group wants the city to move the portion of the path east of the railroad tracks between College and Maple streets to the west side of the tracks.
Vermont State Police and emergency personnel responded to a crash involving a motor vehicle and a tractor on Tuesday.
Colchester Police arrested a man they say robbed the Simon's Store and Deli on Sunday.
Sophomore Zach McRoberts will not return to UVM for the upcoming basketball season.
United States Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) introduces legislation to make solar energy more accessible to low-income families.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 75 percent support making 21 the minimum age of sale for tobacco products.
Police arrested and charged a woman on Tuesday they say gave fentanyl to man who overdosed and died.
Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger will announce a new police chief on Tuesday.
There is a new way to search for jobs, an app that works a lot like the popular dating app Tinder.
The Vermont Health Department announced that all 22 of the state's drinking water systems on Lake Champlain are being sampled for blue-green algae toxins.
If your daily routine includes a stop at Starbucks, you may have to pay more for that steaming Cup of Joe.
Director of Jurassic World Colin Trevorrow is donating toys to the University of Vermont Children's Hospital.
Thunder Road SpeedBowl took us for a spin and told us about the Vermont Governor's Cup 150.
More hospital space could soon come to St. Albans.
The Church Street Marketplace is now better connected...with free Wi-Fi.
President Barack Obama gave an update on the military mission against ISIS on Monday from the Pentagon.
Two national discount store chains will merge following a settlement with Vermont and 16 other states.
Four Vermont state agencies submitted reports to the Governor Peter Shumlin documenting their work promoting Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI).
The man who was the face and famous beard of Burt's Bees has died.
Vermont State Police arrested two people they say had drugs during a traffic stop.
Richmond Police say they have recovered the body of a woman who died at Huntington Gorge on Sunday.
St. Albans Police arrested a man they say was fighting in the north parking lot in St. Albans Bay Park on Sunday.
Vermont Juice Company helps us understand the process of juicing and cleansing.
We check out the new look and new beers Otter Creek Brewing has to offer
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin, U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.), and Vermont Department of Health officials will announce a major federal grant for regional substance abuse prevention partnerships.
St. Albans residents can get a chance to leave their mark in Taylor Park.
VSP responded to Huntington Gorge for a rescue operation that turned into a recovery operation.
Summer is here and that means so are the mosquitoes.
Police need your help to identify a man accused of an armed robbery at the Simon's Store and Deli.
A passenger in a Subaru that crashed on Route 108 this 4th of July is in critical condition.
One of the oldest Independence Day parades took place in Bristol on Saturday.
Possibly the strangest display of athletic ability in the country.
The Fourth of July Fireworks Show in Hinesburg Saturday was canceled.
Though some businesses close early for the 4th of July holiday weekend, hotels and restaurants are packed.
Ford is recalling more than 400,000 vehicles in the United States.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is investigating the potential risk of codeine in children's medicines.
Get the latest updates for the 2015 Burlington Fireworks Spectacular!
Mike Curkov and Alaina Pinto meet with Burlington Fire Department, Parks and Recreation, Northstar Fireworks the Mayor and more to get us ready for the big show.
One of two convicted killers who broke out of a New York State prison wrote a letter to his daughter prior to his escape.
Top stories for July 3rd, 2015
The weather didn't cooperate, but people still helped raise money to benefit the homeless Sunday.
Burlington Parks and Recreation and the police department want to make it fun and safe for all ages.
Doors are closed at BP Auto Works in Alburgh, owned by Bernard Savage.
The skies are looking a little greener around Burlington International Airport.
The Addison County Regional Planning Commission confirmed it's support, again, for the natural gas pipeline.
According to UVM Men's Hockey, former player Martin St. Louis (class of 1997) is retiring.
According to VTRANS, there is a minor train derailment at the bottom of Quarry Hill.