Take some advice to keep your information private while shopping online this holiday season.
School administrators and law enforcement officers gathered in Burlington for a summit on improving school safety.
A commonly used guardrail head, manufactured by Trinity Industries, has been removed from the Vermont Agency of Transportation’s approved product list.
The Champlain Valley Fair is all fun and games but is it safe to go on the rides and eat the food?
These kids playing football is their passion, but with all the concern over concussions, some parents may want to hold their kids back. That's where USA Football comes in.
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.
Burlington has become the headquarters of a national effort to keep universities safe across the country.
A recent study says bike-related head injuries have increased in U.S. and Canadian cities that have bike share programs.
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.
A farmer says this is the fourth time it's happened but he's mostly worried about his family's safety.
Vermont has had two fatal motorcycle accidents already this year. Veteran riders talk safety tips to prevent more from happening.
The additional measures would include a buzzer system to let people inside and bullet-resistant window film.
After alarming statistics, the school takes steps toward student and driver safety.
Fire officials are reminding the public to change their fire detector batteries when changing their clocks this weekend.
New York State Police are stepping up enforcement as part of a statewide initiative to crack down on speeders. On Monday Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the week long campaign will target speeders and aggressive drivers.
The sun was shining at JAYCEE Park, but swings were still and slides were empty.
The Vermont Health Department is urging swimming hole safety after weeks of heavy rain.
While fireworks can be fun, Northstar Fireworks general operations manager Tom Swenson says you should be careful.