When Executive Director of Lake Champlain International James Ehlers heard about three sewage overflows in the Burlington area on July 3rd, he worried that was the cause of the E. coli spike that shut down part of north beach.
When you're out on the water this weekend, someone from State Police won't be too far away. They can pull you over at any time, and there are certain things you need to pass a safety inspection.
The U.S. Coast Guard says it has had two water rescues in the past two weeks.
Vermont has nearly 28 thousand registered boats so it’s 'all hands on deck' to patrol the waters. And the Vermont State Police Marine Division does just that in order to keep people safe.
The State of Vermont says it's getting serious about cleaning up Lake Champlain.
There's something fishy about Lake Champlain.
Lake Champlain rose 100 feet above sea level Thursday morning, it's not as high as a few years back in 2011 when Vermont experienced historic flooding, but people are anxiously waiting to see how this spring will pan out.
After a winter of abundant snowfall, cold temps, and the most recent round of heavy rainfall, Lake Champlain will flood its shores.
U.S. Coast Guard rescue injured person Friday near the outer break wall in Burlington.
Crossing Lake Champlain will get more expensive in a couple weeks.
The freezing temperatures mean ice fishing season has come early.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife says all water use advisories associated with the Lamoille River sea lamprey control treatment, which took place on October 30, are lifted.
On Sunday, police identified a missing boater as Mason "Jake" Smith, 23-years-old of Burlington.
Police say they have suspended the search for a man in Lake Champlain due to high wind and waves.
Burlington Bulldog goes wake surfing on Lake Champlain
As we all know the last two months full of rainy days have done a lot of damage statewide.
Since our wet streak began in mid- May, Lake Champlain water levels have been on the rise.
Even as the rain and wind swept in you could still find people fishing, hoping to 'reel' in a winner.