What led to conviction in Vermont's first sex trafficking case?

Wed May 15 15:19:42 PDT 2019

What led to conviction in Vermont's first sex trafficking case?

Galen Ettlin spoke with Seven Days' Derek Brouwer, who was in court last week and wrote about the challenge the U.S. government had to put this case together.

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Your Wednesday outlook from the WCAX weather team.

Vt. PTAC offers financial assistance to businesses

The Vermont Procurement Technical Assistance Center is hosting a teleconference Thursday for businesses involved in research and development. WCAX spoke with the center's Joanne Spaulding about what businesses are eligible and how much money is available.

Seniors get a lesson in face mask safety

Several months into the coronavirus pandemic and some senior living facilities are now getting equipped and learning how to fit for N95 masks and other PPE. Our Ike Bendavid has the story from Shelburne.

Vt. Episcopal bishop speaks out about president's photo-op

Our Darren Perron speaks one on one with Vermont's Episcopal bishop who condemned President Trump's Monday photo-op. Hear what she has to say about race in Vermont.

2 Upper Valley restaurants closing

Two more restaurants in the Upper Valley are closing their doors.

Indoor dining, loosening of Vt. tourism restrictions expected Friday

Indoor dining and the easing of some out-of-state traveler restrictions will likely be announced by Vermont Gov. Phil Scott on Friday with the next turn of the spigot.

 

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