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YCQM Nov. 17, 2019

We check in with local Congressional representatives Peter Welch and Elise Stefanik -- both are on the frontlines of the House impeachment hearings; Properties in Peril -- Is a landslide in Burlington putting properties at risk? We talk to a UVM geologist about the potential threat; Plus, Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger talks about the scaled down planes for CityPlace.

Monday Weather XTRA

Dave has the latest forecast.

UVM researchers first to map early development of PTSD

New research out of UVM could help treat patients with post-traumatic stress disorder. Our Galen Ettlin spoke with one of the authors about the study.

The 600th Stuck in Vermont

Eva Sollberger celebrates the 600th episode of Stuck in Vermont.

Police arrest suspect who left the scene of a four-car crash on I-89

Police catch man responsible they say left the scene of a four-car crash on I-89 Saturday night.

Wife of man found dead in Hinesburg to face a judge

The wife of a man found dead over the summer will be in court Monday for her alleged role in the murder. Angela is being held without bail and Monday's hearing will be about whether she should stay in jail until trial.

Governor signs union contract with state-funded paid leave

Vermont Gov. Phil Scott has signed a two-year contract with the state workers union that will allow 8,500 state employees to be eligible for a state-funded paid leave benefit.


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