A Vt. state employee faces criminal charges for allegedly shopping on your dime. Investigators say she used state checks to buy guitars, boats, cars, guns and jewelry, ripping off taxpayers to the tune of at least $75,000.
Some high profile cases have put the problem under the microscope recently and with April being child abuse awareness month a Rutland group is trying to prevent another child from being hurt. More>>
A bill that bans cellphone use behind the wheel has passed the Vt. House and is being considered by the Senate. But Sen. Dick Sears, the chair of the Judiciary Committee, has some concerns. More>>
New research from the University of Vermont's College of Medicine shows breast cancer patients have low fitness and that's putting them at a higher risk of heart disease later on. More>>
Refugees from around the globe learning to adjust to American life are getting some help from Vermont college students. More>>
With the warmer weather finally getting here another sugaring season comes to an end. More>>