Vermont State Police say a tractor trailer carrying 99,000 pounds of bunker sand got stuck on Vermont Route 108 in Smugglers' Notch Wednesday.
From Brattleboro to Burlington the state inventories facilities that could be used to house undocumented children from Central America.
A famed publication calls for a very cold winter in the Northeast.
The Vermont Department of Health is urging young adults to get vaccinated.
A woman is accused of stealing money from a deceased veteran.
For many schools next week is back to school week which means it's back to packing school lunches. But kids might eat a little healthier if they are involved in the prep process.
No industry has been hit harder by hacking and data breaches than health care.
The Vermont Student Assistance Corporation (VSAC) is offering funding to help cover dual enrollment courses for low-income high school students.
The Tax Foundation calculated the value of $100 in each state and the District of Columbia.
nSPIRED Natural Foods is voluntarily recalling several lots of peanut butter, almond butter and other nut butters.
Whether it's health care, jobs or state spending, Vermont republicans gathered for the Republican's Governors debate. But some people's expectations were let down.
You just might see Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger trading in four wheels for two. The kick off of the city's Green Employee Bikeshare Program was held on Tuesday.
There are some new residents at Green Mountain Power's Middlebury hydro building, a colony of state endangered little brown bats.
The Burlington School Commission is seeking community input in their superintendent search.
Recaro is recalling around 39,000 child car seats.
Five individuals were arraigned in court over a reported Milton High School Football hazing incident during the 2011 and 2012 seasons.
A man accused of stealing a vehicle from Burlington, is also accused of breaking into residence on Keari Lane in South Burlington on Monday.
Two of Pope Francis' grandnephews and the boys' mother were killed early Tuesday in a car crash in the pontiff's homeland of Argentina, police said.
The results for Honest Tea's National Honest Index are in!
The state of Vermont has lifted the Boil Water Notice for Fair Haven.
Vermont officials are urging communities to prepare for new criteria for state disaster relief funding changes that go into effect in October.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) found a firearm in a man's carry-on luggage at Burlington International Airport Monday afternoon.
Health officials in Vermont are concerned over several overdoses from a synthetic drug called "spice" in New Hampshire.
The St. Albans Police Department is warning over a Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes scam.
Have you been hitting the gym or the outdoor trails all summer but haven't gotten the results you wanted? It is possible you've developed some bad exercise habits that you may not even know about.
Homeowner David Palmer didn't want to waste any time to save money.
Remembering former U.S. Vermont Senator Jim Jeffords.
After three years, a flooded property is finally close to being bought out. Now the town is mulling what should happen to the land.
Vermont's largest hospital hits a major milestone - when it comes to electronic medical records.
A Chicago man was sentenced to 10 years in prison for distributing heroin in the Burlington area.
The city of Winooski has announced an interim police chief on Monday.
An upcoming event gives you the chance to help out the Ronald McDonald House and ride to the Vermont State Fair in style.
More clashing between protesters in Ferguson, Missouri and police overnight.
Former Vermont U.S. Senator Jim Jeffords has passed away. He was 80 years old.
Food, beer, music and art are all things to celebrate at the first ever WYSIWIG Festival.
Police are investigating several farm vehicles that were vandalized at Gray Farm last week.
With many students heading back to school over the next few weeks, Gallup looked at parental safety fears at school.
A lost hiker was recovered in the Black Falls area in Montgomery Sunday night.
If having a baby is on the brain, a look of your finances may be too and financial planners say to take having a baby seriously.
Sunday, the Sailing Center teamed up with the Adaptive Sailing Clinic to make that a reality.
Do cows really lie down before it rains? Meteorologist Michael Page explains in Weather School.
Jupiter and Venus will pass very close together on Monday morning.
Money is pouring into the the wine business. After several wineries held open houses this weekend, owners say this business is on the rise.
It's a benefit concert in support of Donate Life Vermont.
Sgt. Eric Bloom and Sgt. Kelsey Letourneau were injured together on July 23, 2010 in Afghanistan.
Only a beer that commonly tops the world's best beer list could get this kind of attention.
Here's your chance to taste some of the best wines Vermont has to offer
"Being in Vermont, you don't quite think it's going to happen to you," said frequent Shaws shopper Marcus Certa. But now the threat of someone stealing your bank info is real for people shopping at Shaws.
The Burlington International Airport is looking to the FAA to help them better define where and when people can fly drones.
Police officers will be joining you on the roads for the next few weeks. It's all part of the nationwide Operation Care.