Asking Congress for more powers to fine companies violating security rules.
In less than 10 days, Vermont's new hands free law goes into effect.
Vermont is taking steps to clean-up the environment.
Universal Properties Network is hiring four full-time positions.
UVM Police are investigating bike and bike part thefts since the end of August.
The Strong's National Toy Hall of Fame announced 12 finalists for induction.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department says there are still some antlerless deer permits still available.
Early voting begins in Vermont for the General Election begins Monday.
Fortune Magazine released their annual list of the most powerful women in business.
Police say they arrested a man who is accused of escaping from furlough in August.
This could be the cheapest fall for gas prices since 2010.
Find out who creates the images you see every day during Vermont Design Week. Local Vermont designers are showcasing their work and inviting the community to join.
The smell of exhaust filled the air at the Champlain Valley Expo Center for the Northeast Street Rod Nationals.
Here are your top plays for Week 4 of the High School Huddle. Cast your vote for a winner!
If you walked down Church Street this weekend, you had the chance snap a picture of yourself in a Volkswagen bus.
Hundreds of cyclists hit the trails in Rural Vermont for the 7th Annual Tour De Farms.
Vermont State Police are investigating a possible meth lab in Rutland County.
The first ever Open Streets encouraged people to walk or ride their bike through Burlington’s Old North End. Cars were not allowed.
The Great Strides Walk for Cystic Fibrosis set foot at Oakledge Park in Burlington. It's been held here for 23 years and gets bigger every year.
Two people were injured after an ATV collided with a police car during a chase early Sunday morning.
Meteorologist Michael Page explains what causes the stunning fall foliage Vermont is known for.
A four-day operation conducted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement netted 81 arrests around New England.
Preventing it was the message in Montpelier on Saturday, as people participated in this year's 'Walk and Run for Children.'
Saturday marked the biggest fundraiser of the year for an organization that supports Vermont's LGBT community.
Those who couldn't make it on the trip to the Big Apple rallied outside of UVM Saturday afternoon.
It's still early, but pockets of color continue to develop across parts of the area.
The countdown begins this homecoming weekend for Norwich University to raise $100 million
Scores and highlights from week 4 of the High School Huddle
"It's a problem everywhere," said Janice Santiago.
It's not just reading books, volunteers can also help with snacktime and playtime.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell addressed the domestic violence and NFL Conduct Policy at a press conference on Friday.
Police say an in home personal care assistant stole narcotics from a child with special needs.
Shelburne Police say a man thinking he was breaking into a school, broke into the police station Thursday night.
Burlington Police announced that they are getting 30 new body cameras.
The U.S. Census Bureau released state-by-state poverty rate information.
A new study is shedding light on how the brain reacts to prescription antidepressants.
A man is accused of stealing money and vegetables from Pete's Green Garden Stand in Craftsbury.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is bumping up the pay for incoming physicians and dentists.
It was breaking news back in 1864 in St. Albans and now the city is commemorating the northernmost Civil War event.
Students at Mount Anthony Union High School will get to have a dance this fall--if they don't twerk.
Allen Prue's efforts to keep his confession out of his murder trial have been denied.
Music and fun: an ideal scenario for the family at Battery Park Thursday evening. “Having an active and engaged community, one that trusts government, that trusts police is the number one way to keep a community safe and healthy,” said Chief of Burlington Police Mike Schirling.
The Burlington City Council will consider adding the referendum to the November 4th ballot.
Children from 16 states have confirmed cases of Enterovirus D68. Twelve cases in New York.
Home Depot says a data breach has affected approximately 56 million payment cards.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released flu vaccination coverage for the 2013-14 season.
Vermont museums were awarded $267,521 by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).
A Milton couple was convicted for sending in false Medicaid timesheets.
Winooski Police say they found five six foot tall marijuana plants at a residence on East Allen Street in Winooski.
The Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus hosted a ship-naming ceremony on Thursday to announce an attack submarine will be named USS Vermont.