The governor and top health officials say vital signs for Vermont's health exchange are improving. Tens of thousands are now signed up, but not as many as initially anticipated. About 60 percent of those originally expected to enroll are signed up.
Police have made a second arrest in a Brattleboro sexual assault. More>>
Burlington's police chief says it won't be long before all 100 of his officers wear body cameras. The department is already testing the tiny devices. Julie Kelley takes a closer look. More>>
It's the holiday season and a big present is coming to the North Country-- more than $80 million in state funds. The money is going to dozens of projects around the region, including the expansion of Plattsburgh International Airport. More>>
Owners of the Berlin Mall broke ground Thursday on a new Wal-Mart expansion. More>>
We told you how health officials are calling antibiotic resistance one of the biggest public health threats of the 21st century. Now, the FDA wants increased limits on how antibiotics are used on farms to help protect the public. More>>
High School hockey returns with a blast, a game saving stop and a one woman show in MiddleburyMore >>
High School Hockey returns with a blast, a game saving stop and a one woman show in MiddleburyMore >>