April is sexual violence awareness month, and to join the observances nationwide, survivors in Vermont are sharing artwork inspired by their personal experiences.
Police in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom are looking for help from the public in identifying a burglary suspect they say stole from a non-profit that supports community members in need of assistance.
Vermont State Police have new policies following a string of officer-involved shootings.
A regulatory agency says it needs more financial information before it approves the Vermont Yankee sale.
Brian Lynam, a music teacher at a Catholic high school in Vermont, has pleaded not guilty to a charge of voyeurism.
A large crowd gathered at Vermont's Statehouse to witness the signing of a new gun reform bill.
Police in Vermont are trying to find two women shown on airport video surveillance removing a life-size cardboard cutout advertisement of a restaurant owner.
On Wednesday, Vermont Gov. Phil Scott (R) plans to sign into law three bills pertaining to firearms, which Scott says are designed to make the state a safer place to live.
You won’t find it listed as a holiday on any calendar, but Monday was “April Stools Day” near Lake Champlain in Vermont—with volunteers spending the day cleaning up what was left behind by pets.
Norwich University's coaches regularly recruit young athletes from the league where 10 players and others died in a bus crash this weekend.