Vermont state police say there have been multiple reports of car break-ins in the last 24 hours as of Sunday night.
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A man's best friend was shot three times with a crossbow, while hunting in Starksboro Vermont
People spent the day at 21 pick-your-own orchards in Vermont for a technology meets agriculture type contest.
Meteorologist Michael Page tells us how crickets can be used as a thermometer.
Pride Vermont continues to grow. More groups than ever took part in Vermont's annual celebration of the LGBT community on Sunday.
Every year, the organization grants up to 38 wishes to children who are facing or have faced a terminal illness.
Vermont State Police say a woman's house was hit by six bullets while she slept.
Champlain College in Burlington honored President Emeritus David Finney in a special way on Saturday.
This year marks the 8th Annual Laura's March, a 5K fundraiser to stand against sexual violence.
The 11th Annual Walk for Wishes, hosted by Make-A-Wish is Sunday morning. Registration begins at 10 a.m. at the Shelburne Museum.
Hero was adopted on Saturday by Affectionately Cats in Williston.
Burlington Police are searching for a suspect involved in a grab and run at a local jewelry store.
A man threatened to shoot employees at a local McDonald's after mistakes with his lunch order, police say.
Some towns recorded record low maximum temperatures on Friday.
Police say Paul Longley, 36, was located in Rutland City.He was reported missing after walking away from his Wallingford home around 4:30 p.m. Friday.
For me football is a chance to make history,” said Missisquoi Valley Thunderbird’s Quarterback Austin Sullivan. The MVU Thunderbirds are doing just that.
Highlights and scores from week 3 of the High School Huddle.
Just a stone's throw from the cattle judging at the Tunbridge World's Fair, was a different kind of competition--a debate, hosted by radio station WDEV between the two men vying to be Vermont's second-in-command.
Vermont State Police say they found drugs during a traffic stop on West Street Thursday.
Kidde is recalling smoke and combination smoke/CO alarms due to an alarm failure.
The St. Johnsbury Police Department is investigating a series of vandalism incidents along Eastern Avenue Thursday night or early Friday morning.
North Country High School has cancelled Friday night's football game against Burr & Burton due to an illness affecting the team.
The Burlington Police Department is investigating an attempted robbery at the Crow Book Shop on Church Street in Burlington Thursday night.
Child passenger safety seat technicians to be honored at the Vermont Statehouse on Monday.
The Small Farms Food Fest will have more than 30 different small farmers at Shelburne Orchards.
A new study released by the University of Vermont shows that temperatures in the Green Mountain State are likely to spike this century.
You might want to get the ball rolling on your holiday travel plans. Industry experts predict a high demand for airline tickets this year.
Snow blanketed parts of the country this week, even though it's still September.
Powdr, the owners of Killington Resort and Pico Mountain in Vermont, is selling it's Park City Mountain Resort in Park City, Utah.
Vermont kicking records are anecdotal at best but Bobwhite kicker Robert Kelly's 57-yard boot can probably go down at the top of the list.
Victims speaking up about the incident lead to police's arrest.
On Thursday, the 13th anniversary of the September 11th attacks on the Twin Towers.
Police responded to a logging accident on Walker Mountain Road in Clarendon Wednesday afternoon.
A phone scam is targeting Washington Electric Co-op (WEC) customers.
Of all the competitions in Vermont this one is the cheesiest, the second celebration of the great Vermont Mac and Cheese challenge.
U.S. Senate Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) says Senate Republicans blocked the consideration of a Citizens United amendment.
Public officials, business leaders, and cybersecurity experts are holding an event to educate the public about how to better secure their digital lives.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one in every four deaths in the U.S. is caused by heart disease.
Several deer hunting opportunities are available in Vermont.
A man was arrested on September 6 on identify theft charges.
In the 13 years since the September 11th attacks, the World Trade Center site has undergone dramatic changes.
A hurricane passing just offshore on September 11 could've changed the course of history.
Gusty winds knocked out power in a few isolated spots Thursday morning.
Scientists are tracking a series of solar storms, and how they impact Earth.
People in the Mad River Valley gathered Wednesday to show their support to a friend and a victim of sexual assault.
Burlington HS senior Madison Feeney is this week's ABC22/FOX44 Athlete of the Week.
It's a concept coveted by most Vermonters. “I think it's unique and i trust that people won't steal,” said Stowe local Rusty Dewees. The honor system.
Five million Gmail addresses and passwords appeared on a Russian Bitcoin forum on Wednesday.
Police made an arrest in a groping incident at St. Michael's College on September 3.