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Author Angie Harris and her niece 7-year-old Kelsey More discuss the book : Monster Feet Sue's Deep Sea Adventure. More>>

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Vt. principal who faced criminal charges wants clearer mandatory reporting law Video included

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A law designed to protect kids landed a Vermont school principal in hot water. Now, Danville High School Principal Noah Noyes wants lawmakers to put the state's mandatory reporting rules under the microscope. More>>

Embezzlement case prompts changes from Vt. officials Video included

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The case of a Vermont worker charged with embezzling taxpayer money is prompting changes in the state's system. More>>

Daring rescue on Lake Champlain likely saved the lives of 3 young men Video included

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It was a daring rescue on Lake Champlain that likely saved the lives of three young men. As night was falling, two Burlington residents paddled out to reach a capsized canoe and pull the boaters from the frigid the water. More>>

Vt. lawmakers debate parental rights issues Video included

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Imagine surviving a sexual assault only to fight your attacker in court for parental rights of the resulting child.
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A revolution in rural Vermont classrooms Video included

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Many students in rural Vermont have farm chores on top of all their school work and extra-curricular activities. How the new standards-based learning system helps educators make sure those kids don't fall through the cracks. More>>

Sen. Sanders discusses college debt with RHS students Video included

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Sen. Bernie Sanders stopped by Rutland High School Tuesday and at the top of those students' minds was the high cost of education. More>>

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  • WCAX wins 2 Murrow awards

    WCAX wins 2 Murrow awards

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 12:13 PM EDT2014-04-22 16:13:15 GMT
    Some exciting news here at WCAX News: The station just picked up two Edward R. Murrow Awards.More >>
    Some exciting news here at WCAX News: The station just picked up two Edward R. Murrow Awards.More >>
  • Officer involved shooting in Bennington Police Dept.

    Officer involved shooting in Bennington Police Dept.

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 12:22 AM EDT2014-04-23 04:22:02 GMT
    Police say there has been an officer involved shooting inside the Bennington Police Department. It happened just before 9 Tuesday evening. Authorities are releasing very few details. But say the Bennington Police Chief has called in the Vermont State Police to investigate after an officer allegedly shot a man in the lobby of the police station. No word yet on what prompted the shooting. The injured man was taken to a hospital. Police would not comment on the severity of his injuries. Initial ...More >>
    Police say there has been an officer involved shooting inside the Bennington Police Department. It happened just before 9 Tuesday evening. Authorities are releasing very few details. But say the Bennington Police Chief has called in the Vermont State Police to investigate after an officer allegedly shot a man in the lobby of the police station. No word yet on what prompted the shooting. The injured man was taken to a hospital. Police would not comment on the severity of his injuries. Initial ...More >>
  • Vt. woman accused of embezzling from ski resort

    Vt. woman accused of embezzling from ski resort

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 5:29 PM EDT2014-04-22 21:29:07 GMT
    A Vermont woman convicted of embezzlement nearly two decades ago is again accused of stealing from her employer.More >>
    A Vermont woman convicted of embezzlement nearly two decades ago is again accused of stealing from her employer.More >>
  • Vt. woman who planned stepmother killing in court

    Vt. woman who planned stepmother killing in court

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 11:10 AM EDT2014-04-22 15:10:20 GMT
    A woman convicted of planning to kill her stepmother in their Vermont home when she was a teenager is going to be living in St. Johnsbury with her sister while a legal case against proceeds.More >>
    A woman convicted of planning to kill her stepmother in their Vermont home when she was a teenager is going to be living in St. Johnsbury with her sister while a legal case against proceeds.More >>
  • Small plane sinks in Winnipesaukee; pilot rescued

    Small plane sinks in Winnipesaukee; pilot rescued

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 7:52 PM EDT2014-04-22 23:52:16 GMT
    Officials say no one was injured when a Cessna fixed-wing aircraft crashed and sank in New Hampshire's Lake Winnipesaukee.More >>
    Officials say a pilot has been rescued after a small plane crashed and sank in New Hampshire's Lake Winnipesaukee.More >>
  • Lawsuit against New Hampshire ski area dismissed

    Lawsuit against New Hampshire ski area dismissed

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 9:06 PM EDT2014-04-23 01:06:58 GMT
    A judge has dismissed a Massachusetts couple's lawsuit against the operators of a New Hampshire ski area, saying the companies can't be held liable for a crash between a ski instructor and a teenage boy.More >>
    A judge has dismissed a Massachusetts couple's lawsuit against the operators of a New Hampshire ski area, saying the companies can't be held liable for a crash between a ski instructor and a teenage boy.More >>
  • Champlain College housing plans put on hold

    Champlain College housing plans put on hold

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 12:22 AM EDT2014-04-23 04:22:42 GMT
    It's a fight that's pitting Champlain College against the Queen City. The school says it's not giving up on building more student housing, even after being denied land-use permits. Years ago, the college made a commitment to create housing for all students but that goal has hit a snag, with their recent construction plans on hold.The project would create more than 300 beds for Champlain students on St. Paul Street, but the Development Review Board denied the permits the college needed based o...More >>
    It's a fight that's pitting Champlain College against the Queen City. The school says it's not giving up on building more student housing, even after being denied land-use permits. Years ago, the college made a commitment to create housing for all students but that goal has hit a snag, with their recent construction plans on hold.The project would create more than 300 beds for Champlain students on St. Paul Street, but the Development Review Board denied the permits the college needed based o...More >>
  • Champlain College fights for new housing complex

    Champlain College fights for new housing complex

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 9:04 PM EDT2014-04-23 01:04:53 GMT
    Champlain College is appealing a decision by Burlington's Development Review board.More >>
    Champlain College is appealing a decision by Burlington's Development Review board.More >>
  • Burlington school budget on it's way back to voters

    Burlington school budget on it's way back to voters

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 11:56 PM EDT2014-04-23 03:56:59 GMT
    A new Burlington school budget is on its way to voters that is more expensive and has more cuts than the last version.The board of finance approved a $67.6 million budget. On Town Meeting Day voters shot down a budget that was about a million dollars less than this new budget. After a recent audit that uncovered a $2.5 million dollar deficit, the board was forced to slash $2.5 million in programming and staff. School board chair Patrick Halladay acknowledges concerns about a larger budget wit...More >>
    A new Burlington school budget is on its way to voters that is more expensive and has more cuts than the last version.The board of finance approved a $67.6 million budget. On Town Meeting Day voters shot down a budget that was about a million dollars less than this new budget. After a recent audit that uncovered a $2.5 million dollar deficit, the board was forced to slash $2.5 million in programming and staff. School board chair Patrick Halladay acknowledges concerns about a larger budget wit...More >>
  • Shumlin signs new law to stop pension crooks

    Shumlin signs new law to stop pension crooks

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 8:41 PM EDT2014-04-23 00:41:31 GMT
    A new law aims to stop pension crooks before they strike in Vermont.More >>
    A new law aims to stop pension crooks before they strike in Vermont.More >>
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