More than $2 million in health care grants are headed to Vermont. It's part of the Vermont Health Care Innovation Project.
The Richmond Police Department is investigating a string of thefts from Perfection Motorsports.
Amtrak says that Ebola is not affecting their operations and that they have updated their protocols.
Vermont State Police say a man hit a horse on Route 15 in Walden Friday morning.
Tens of millions of airbags could soon be recalled as lawmakers question the safety of devices supposed to keep you safe.
The Burlington School District Interim Administrative team announced that they are resigning Friday morning.
Nearly everyone looks forward to the weekend, but as you count down the hours, consider this, a new study says a lot of us are not only working very hard, we're likely working a few days each year for free.
Vermont's first Comic Con will be packed with different artists, vendors and celebrities to celebrate art and art culture.
A commonly used guardrail head, manufactured by Trinity Industries, has been removed from the Vermont Agency of Transportation’s approved product list.
Local leaders say there's more work than what just their local reps can focus on.
The United States is on alert after two separate terror attacks in Canada.
Vermont, New York, and New Hampshire all ranked in the top 25 for energy efficient economies.
A social media start up from Burlington is getting a big investment to continue growing.
Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) is still pushing for equal internet access.
The United States is warning border patrol agents on the Canadian border to be on high alert following Wednesday's deadly shooting in Ottawa.
According to the Burlington Town Center, L.L.Bean will be having their grand opening on November 7.
The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources (ANR) is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Endangered Species Act.
A new survey found more than seven out of ten adult internet users say they've seen someone harassed in some way online.
Homeowners and businesses can now adopt a drain in Burlington.
“Wicked Waterbury” is more than just a haunted house; it’s a fundraiser in hopes to restore the town’s community swimming pool.
the Chittenden East Supervisory Union is facing with a voluntary merger vote coming up November 4th.
Patrick Bushey is this week's Local 22/44 Athlete of the Week.
Parking in Burlington can be difficult. That's why the city is trying to keep up with the times, by going out with the old and in with the new.
Gubernatorial candidate Scott Milne unveiled his economic development plan Wednesday.
After more then 14 years of discussion, leaders finally opened the doors to a brand new state health department laboratory.
The St. Albans Police Department identified the individual they say called in a bomb threat to their department on Tuesday.
Exercise while listening to music seems like an obvious way to pass the time, but a new study has data that shows music might do more than you think.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has announced more vehicles are affected by a defective airbag recall.
A man accused of killing a Vermont teacher has been found guilty of all charges.
It was a special night for WVNY & WFFF as Perry Sook, the chairman, president, and CEO of our parent company Nexstar Broadcasting Group, was inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame.
It’s the fifth annual Halloween themed party called the Monster Bash but this event is much more than just fun and dancing.
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.