A jury has found Allen Prue guilty.
Jury deliberations continue Wednesday in the trial of a Vermont man accused of killing a teacher.
The city took one step closer to regulate taxis in Burlington, but something was missing.
Vermont's Attorney General is currently mounting a legal defense of the state's GMO labeling law. But while he fights to defend the law, his office still has to enforce it.
The village is considering installing cameras at the park.
Construction wrapped up on East Allen Street and Route 15 is back open.
A new superstore is coming to the Berlin Mall.
Staples may be the latest retailer to face a possible data breach.
An afternoon bomb threat caused the St. Albans Police Department, the fire department and a nearby daycare center to be evacuated.
Albert D. Lawton Intermediate School science teacher Kathleen Legg is one of two Vermont Science Teachers of the Year.
According to the St. Albans Town Fire Department, St. Albans Central dispatch is temporarily unavailable.
The Department of Homeland Security announced new screenings for Ebola on Tuesday.
A Burlington elementary school teacher was named 2015 Vermont Teacher of the Year.
Closing arguments in the Allen Prue murder trial began Tuesday.
Technology may be able to help fight childhood obesity by helping kids keep track of what they eat.
It takes only one hour to walk through the Haunted Forest but has taken hundreds of hours and volunteers to put it together.
“I think we spend a lot of time teaching our children to be resilient, to be thoughtful decision makers to be good communicators, and the strike was sort of antithesis to that,” said one South Burlington Parent.
Allen Prue's murder trial continued Monday, as the state rested its case and the defense began calling witnesses.
The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department wants to make it against the law to use unmanned aircrafts, or drones when hunting.
Locals in Essex and Essex Junction are well aware how much they rely on whoever ends up operating the plant.
A woman is accused of embezzling money from the Waitsfield Education Fund.
Toyota announced Monday that they are recalling 247,000 more vehicles over Takata airbag issues.
A former Vermont correctional officer was sentenced to five months incarceration and five months home confinement.
A man is accused of leading police on a high speed pursuit Sunday night.
IBM announced on Monday that it is selling its facilities to GLOBALFOUNDRIES, Inc.
Fire Cider, a natural remedy to boost our immune system, is just one of the many ways to naturally prepare for flu season.
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.
IBM is Paying Globalfoundries $1.5 billion to take over the chip-manufacturing unit.
Just a reminder to parents and students in the South Burlington School District.
Over 100 volunteers at the Valley Bible Church spent their Sunday putting together care packages for little boys and girls.
The ice cream company says it has nothing to do with hazing.
Queen City Brewery showed us how 'Steinbier' is brewed.
A milestone for Vermont's Local Motion on Sunday.
Work on the realignment of U.S. Route 2 between East Avenue and the ramps for I-89 is still well underway.
Sunday, thousands of people walked miles to help finish the fight against breast cancer.
Vermont state police are asking for your help to find who broke into a business in Whitingham, stealing a cash register.
Of Rutland's 6,000 taxable properties, 100 of them are on the tax sale list. Seventeen are up for bid in November and December.
The board wants to discuss developments in labor negotiations with teachers and options to resume school operations.
Hartford police are investigating how a device known as a skimmer was left at a gas pump.
800 pumpkins are needing to be carved to bring Williston's Haunted Forest to life.
The goal for the long-awaited project is to give people a place to enjoy, and enhancing quality of life for everyone who might live or work in South Burlington.
Saint Albans police are investigating the death of a woman they found lying next to a car.
Burlington firefighters were out in force on Saturday, but there wasn't a fire in sight!
Local hospitals are making sure their staff is prepared if Ebola hits the Green Mountain State.
Here are the scores and highlights from Week 8 of the High School Huddle.
Until now, anyone hoping to travel to the US from Canada via the Highgate border crossing had to co-mingle with local traffic on a single-lane road.
South Burlington teachers and the school board have agreed on something.
Vermont receives $83,000 in a TD Bank data breach settlement back in 2012.
Construction is going on in Winooski, to create a smoother ride. An area of Route 15 is closed to traffic right now.
The Franklin County Sheriff's Department says they found the body of Mark Fontanilles Friday.