Lawmakers went back to work Tuesday, and they are already faced with a big deadline.
Just before a week-long break, lawmakers passed a number of bills Thursday.
Law enforcement officials are still taking suggestions from the public on how to make a policy fit for the state.
James Patterson, best known as the author of the Alex Cross series, is spreading some of his personal wealth.
Winter is more than halfway through, but it's far from over--and propane prices are soaring as colder than normal temperatures increase demand for fuels like propane.
What Traffic Safety Prosecutor Greg Nagurney says might seem obvious: "I don't think anybody should drive high on meth."
State Police say they are having trouble finding time to work on cold cases.
Massage therapists in Vermont may soon need to be licensed.
Nick Governale makes a living finding the best spots to install solar panels.
If you have a "Vermont Strong" license plate, you may be able to keep it on your bumper longer.
The Vermont Department of Children and Families has been in hot water since discovering they had been enormously overpaying families for benefits.
The Northeast Kingdom is characterized by its sparse population, which means a lot of school districts don't have their own high schools, forcing their students to utilize school choice.
Vermont restaurants are one step closer to being able to serve samples of four beers at a time.
People with debilitating medical conditions might have an easier time getting medical marijuana in Vermont.
More than one-hundred people who support pro-life marched to the Vermont Statehouse Saturday.
Growth in Vermont's food sector might owe some of its success to school kids.
A contentious campaign finance bill passed the Vermont Senate Thursday 20-8.
The Vermont Senate is expected to vote Thursday on the campaign finance bill.
Organic, Fair Trade, Gluten Free. A trip to the grocery store can include an overwhelming flood of fine print. But one fact about your food doesn't have to be labeled: whether or not it's been genetically modified.
It was a somber end to the first week of the Vermont legislative session as state leaders learned of Sen. Sally Fox's passing early Friday morning.
In a 124-15 vote, the Vermont House passed S.82, a contentious campaign finance bill rolled over from last session.
The Governor said right from the start: he was saving economy, education and healthcare talk for his budget address.
Pet owners might be fined for not picking up their dog's poop.
Vermont state legislators wanted to get an update on how Vermont Health Connect is going.
Vermont NEA is taking suggestions from state wide surveys to teachers about how to help public schools.
As part of a FOX 44 investigation we looked into the cost of renovating the National Life Building for state workers.
Changes are coming to driver's licenses in Vermont.
A new report confirms what many people think, it's tough to park in downtown Montpelier.
It's only November, but Vermont lawmakers are already gearing up for January's upcoming session.
Looking to improve upon poor elections of late, Republicans will select a new direction on Saturday.
People living on a stretch of Route 2 in Montpelier say the number of cars speeding down that road has increased dramatically. Police say an I-89 detour is to blame for the increased traffic along the section of Route 2 west of Bailey Avenue.
Danielle LaFleur Brooks and her wife Susan Hand have compared all the plans, and are ready to enroll in Vermont Health Connect.
The owner of the Savoy Theater says it's in debt and has already taken drastic steps to stay open.
Police plan on making more arrests in burglaries across central Vermont.
Police addressed city council Wednesday about the growing problem.
Vermont Health Connect is set to launch on October 1.
Green Mountain Power faces thousands of dollars in fines related to noise violations at its Lowell, Vermont wind farm.
The Vermont Secretary of State's office released the spending for lobbying.
Montpelier businesses have been flooded with calls asking to purchase credit cards.
Renewable energy has been made a priority in Vermont, but at the peak of July’s heat a few weeks ago Green Mountain Power was forced to cut production at its wind farm in Lowell.