The United States Senate voted in favor of legislation that would give President Barack Obama powers to complete a major Pacific trade accord.
Vermont State Parks says "Random Acts of Camping" will be coming this summer.
Vermont State Police say a man was not injured after hitting a deer on Route 9 on Marlboro early Tuesday.
Nearly 100 protesters camped out for the night in Montpelier to oppose Phase One of Vermont Gas's Addison Rutland Natural Gas Pipeline Project.
Next week, drivers can get used to some new laws.
Some people who wanted Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) to run for president are now backing Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.).
Police arrested a man they say had lewd and lascivious conduct with a 5-year-old girl.
Two law firms have filed a lawsuit alleging Vermont gasoline companies have been price gouging customers since 2005.
The National Association of Realtors says more than five million existing homes sold in May.
Niagara Bottling is voluntarily recalling bottled water for possible E.coli contamination.
Chittenden County’s top prosecutor says he will run for Attorney General, again.
Vermont State Police arrested a man they say was going 105 MPH on I-89 south in Royalton with a 10-year-old boy inside the car.
The Hartford Police Department arrested three people after they say they found drugs on Sunday.
Champ taught us the hex this morning to get us ready for this years season!
Vermont State Police Tactical Support Unit headed to New York in support of on-going escapee search.
A small Vermont company making a big impression around the world.
It's the 25th year Essex Junction Parks and Rec has put on the Father's Day 5K Run.
On Father's Day, dads checked out vintage cars, while giving back to a unique camp filled with inspiring stories.
One Vermont school district is looking for adults to volunteer in their mentoring program.
The community comes together to support survivors and those fighting against cancer.
Welch says he is taking time to decide how he can best serve Vermont.
It's Father's Day weekend, and that means it's time for the Lake Champlain International 34th Annual Fishing Derby.
In light of a third bicycle related death in the last nine weeks, Vermont Transportation Secretary Sue Minter is speaking out.
Sivan Cotel and Sas Stewart are opening Stonecutter Spirits in July. In preparation, they've been aging gin and whiskey in barrels for months.
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is talking immigration reform at a conference in Las Vegas.
A study from Indiana University Bloomington found that watching cat videos boots energy and positive emotions.
Law enforcement officials say Dylann roof confessed to shooting and killing nine people Wednesday at a South Carolina church.
People who spend much of their day sitting may be more likely to feel anxious.
Representative Peter Welch (D-Vt.) held a roundtable with distillery industry leaders on Friday.
The U.S. Marshals Service has added David Sweat and Richard Matt its 15 Most Wanted fugitives list.
Nurses at the University of Vermont Medical Center are making it clear. They deserve better.
Bishop Christopher Coyne reflects after Pope Francis calls climate change a "tragedy."
Police say a preliminary investigation reveals two brothers died of a suspected drug overdose they believe is heroin related.
It's a delicate balance behind prison walls; deciding which prisoners to watch more closely, and which to deem "minimum security."
The Vermont Attorney General Office is urging Congress to stop trying to halt the state's GMO food labeling law.
A Vermont woman pleads guilty to fraud and filing a false tax return.
Ben & Jerry's is working on non-dairy ice cream.
The United States Department of the Treasury announced they are redesigning the $10.
Lyle Mitchell's Attorney Peter Dumas says Lyle believes his wife Joyce Mitchell had help from others.
Burlington Police are investigating the deaths of two people on Ward Street in Burlington Thursday.
Pope Francis says a 'revolution' is needed to fight climate change.
According to the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) and Communication Workers of America (CWA), members will be picketing at company headquarters over announced layoffs.
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Some people in Essex Junction think a certain part of their village needs a serious fix
The gavel was struck in the Vermont House Wednesday afternoon--but it wasn't your usual lawmakers filling the chamber.
The St. Albans Police Department is investigating the theft of a truck on June 4.
Sugarbush Resort says they received an Act 250 permit to construct 16 ski-in/ski-out condominiums as the base of Lincoln Peak.
AT&T is paying the price for not being truthful on "unlimited" data.
U.S. Representative Peter Welch (D-Vt.) reintroduced legislation to help businesses compete with internet giants.
A new study finds the birth rate in the U.S. has gone up for the first time in seven years.