Harley Breer faced a judge Thursday morning, a day after surrendering to state police following a five-day manhunt in central Vermont. It begins the next chapter of the 51-year-old repeat offender’s legal saga.
A national political action committee dedicated to helping elect Democratic women who support abortion rights say they are targeting a series of Republican governors, including Vermont Gov. Phil Scott and New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu.
The race for New York’s next governor is still a year away, but a well-known North Country name is being tossed around. A spokesperson for Congresswoman Elise Stefanik says the Republican is receiving encouragement from all corners of New York to run but hasn’t made any decisions yet. Local political experts say it’s not surprising to see her name in the mix, but it could also be a risky move.
Lake Champlain is two feet below what it normally is this time of year. The National Weather Service says the lake is at 96-feet and the average for April 14th is 98-feet -- a key indicator of continued abnormally dry and drought-like conditions around much of the region.
New Hampshire's House speaker wants to revisit a decision by an appeals court to vacate a judge's ruling that upheld his refusal to provide remote access to legislative sessions to lawmakers at a higher risk of serious complications from COVID-19.
The Burlington International Airport Wednesday announced they will begin offering the non-stop flights to DFW on July 3rd, just in time for the lifting of all of Vermont’s pandemic restrictions on the 4th.
Vermont State Police Tuesday night arrested the uncle of Harley Breer on suspicion of helping his nephew evade police. And U-32 High School was briefly placed in lockdown Wednesday as the manhunt for Breer continues.
After a year of silence, music programs at many local schools are up and running -- a major excitement for some students. But at South Burlington High School, the sounds of a piano also fill the hallways.
Chemical contamination at Burlington High School appears to be more extensive than feared and school officials want the public to know it could be costly to clean up. Our Katharine Huntley has an update.
Vermont Fish & Wildlife biologists sample walleye in Lake Champlain tributaries every spring to monitor the health of the species. Our Ike Bendavid recently joined a crew on the Winooski River to learn more about the life cycle of the walleye.
The states of Vermont, New Hampshire, and New York announced Tuesday they will follow CDC recommendations to suspend the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine while the agency reviews data about rare events of blood clotting.
The Rutland Fire Department hasn’t been able to fundraise as it has in the past due to the pandemic, so the TASO on Center restaurant has stepped in and is offering a $15 burger night every Tuesday for the rest of the month.
As the state starts to reopen, nonprofits providing programming for special needs Vermonters are working to figure out what's next and how to do it safely. Our Cat Viglienzoni learned how Special Olympics Vermont is approaching the rest of the year.
Many schools in Vermont go on break next week. With COVID vaccines and new travel guidelines, some families are looking to get out of state. Our Kayla Martin checks in with families to get their reaction.