A warning from Vermont State Police after two skiers went out-of-bounds and got lost in Jay State Forest Friday.
Behind Thanksgiving, the Super Bowl is the second largest food consumption day in America.
The Champlain Valley of Economic Opportunity is training volunteers for a new seasonal homeless shelter.
Vermonters turned out in Waterbury for the second day of Winterfest!
More than 100 vendors and businesses set up shop to talk with visitors.
Vermont held the 2nd Annual Free Ice Fishing Day Festival.
Health officials say there is no danger for others as they suspect the new cases are not contagious.
Every year, U.S. citizens are barred from voting because they missed the registration deadline.
VTrans' said Friday evening drivers should be cautious of patches of ice on the roads and visibility.
A Winter Parking Ban is in effect in Burlington from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m., with the exception of the downtown area.
The Vermont Health Department says seven children and one adult from the Charlotte Central School test positive for tuberculosis (TB).
Darin' Erin takes on Broomball.
A Pennsylvania man is accused of paying for 53 Vermont cows with a counterfeit certified check.
The Vermont Health Department will be discussing the results of tuberculosis skin testing at Charlotte Central School and Freedom Rains Children's Center.
Vermont is holding its 2nd annual Free Ice Fishing Day Festival on Saturday.
Vermont State Police say they are responding to a multi-car crash on I-89 SB between exits 18 and 19.
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For 52 years Gutterson Fieldhouse and Patrick Gymnasium have been the core for athletics at the University of Vermont.
Driving economic forces are pointing towards the price of milk dropping in 2015. Lower prices means lower profit margins for Vermont's largest agricultural industry.
It has been 40 years since The Runaway and Homeless Youth Act of 1974 gave children in need more options to start anew.
Anyone who purchased health insurance through Affordable Care Act health exchanges across our region will need to file a new federal tax form this year.
More than 100 members of Vermont's vibrant deaf community packed the Statehouse chambers and cafeteria Thursday, fighting for their rights after the closing of the Vermont Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in September.
Catholics from across Vermont attended the mass installation for Bishop Christopher Coyne at St. Joseph's in Burlington.
The Elizabeth Brown Humane Society is closing its doors.
A Vermont Achievement Center therapeutic advocate is accused of sexually abusing a 13-year-old girl.
The U.S. Forest Service has a new policy for over-snow vehicle use on National Forest Lands.
The days of avoiding the pain of checking your 401(k) balance may be over, for now at least.
The Vermont Transportation Board released its annual report after a series of public hearings during the fall of 2014 at eight college campus around the state.
The Brattleboro Police Department has responded to several burglaries in town, especially in the West Brattleboro area.
Brittney Hibbs checks out the mobile canning company, Iron Heart Canning
The Super Bowl is just a few days away and while the game has most of the attention, food will also be on the minds, and in the stomachs, of millions of Americans.
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The night before his official installment, the Burlington community opens it's doors to Bishop Christopher Coyne.
Principal Patrick Burke wants to offer an education to any student who wants to attend South Burlington High School, but he says a fairly new law is making it difficult to do so.
As the debate over legalizing marijuana in Vermont swirls, pediatricians have a steady response.
The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Board voted on proposed deer hunting changes on Wednesday, January 21.
Town officials in Charlotte were surprised to learn about the TB case from local media and not the health department.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) revised the U.S. Standards for Grades of Maple Syrup.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin testified before Congress on Wednesday.
The White House has dropped its proposal to end the popular 529 college savings plan.
Puppets in Education provides life lessons for children through a more approachable avenue and an upcoming benefit is their biggest fundraiser.
Like utility companies and transportation agencies, homeless shelters and emergency personnel prepare to respond to those in need during winter weather.
A New England Blizzard extended all the way to Northern Vermont, and while it wasn't the heaviest impact, it still slowed down travelers.
In its second annual report to the Legislature, the Vermont National Guard said it had three reports of sexual assaults last year.
A group of women are passing on both the physical and mental skills for protection in a dangerous situation.
Gun advocates in bright hunter orange gathered at the Statehouse Tuesday afternoon to express opposition to a new gun bill.
The Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles announced they are going to start a public information campaign on registration plate visibility issues.
A woman was sentenced for embezzling $70,000 from White Market in Lyndonville, Vt. between 2010 and 2012.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin says he won't smoke marijuana if it becomes legal in Vermont, though he dabbled in the drug in his twenties.