- Police: 1 man cited in protest at commissioner's home Updated: May-29-16 3:09 pm
RANDOLPH, Vermont - Vermont state police say they have cited a Plainfield man for unlawful trespass in connection with a protest on the lawn of Public Service Commissioner Christopher Recchia last week.
- Vermont joins neighbors in replacing 511 road info system Updated: May-28-16 9:38 am
MONTPELIER, Vermont - The Vermont Agency of Transportation is replacing the 511 phone system that has been used to provide information to motorists.
- Republican hopes to unseat Senate's longest-serving member Updated: May-26-16 6:13 pm
MONTPELIER, Vermont - Republican Scott Milne made it official Thursday: He's looking to unseat the U.S. Senate's longest-serving member, Vermont Democrat Patrick Leahy.
- Report: Vermont troopers more likely to search black drivers Updated: May-25-16 8:53 pm
SOUTH ROYALTON, Vermont - Black drivers stopped by Vermont State Police were five times more likely to be searched than white drivers, even though contraband was more likely to be found when white motorists were searched, according to a report on five years of traffic-stop data.
- The Latest: Report: Black drivers more likely to be searched Updated: May-25-16 8:42 pm
SOUTH ROYALTON, Vermont - The Latest on a report on five years of traffic-stop data collected by Vermont State Police (all times local):
- 2 daycare workers face child cruelty charges Updated: May-25-16 6:28 pm
BENNINGTON, Vermont - Vermont State Police say two North Bennington daycare workers are facing charges of cruelty to a child and reckless endangerment.
- Ex-Red Sox player bidding to become next Vermont governor Updated: May-25-16 9:48 am
BURLINGTON, Vermont - A former Major League Baseball player is running for governor in Vermont as a member of the Liberty Union party, which bills itself as nonviolent and socialist.
- Progressive Vermont candidate gets Sanders boost Updated: May-25-16 12:21 am
BURLINGTON, Vermont - Vermont Rep. Chris Pearson, a Progressive Party candidate for the state Senate from Chittenden County, has received a big and unexpected boost from Bernie Sanders.
- Vermont State Police numbers show treatment differs by race Updated: May-24-16 9:23 pm
- Decision by charged senator to seek re-election not popular Updated: May-24-16 4:42 pm
MONTPELIER, Vermont - A state senator's decision to seek re-election despite facing trial next month on felony sexual assault charges is not drawing much support from senior colleagues.
- GMO labeling supporters: Vermont law creating momentum in NY Updated: May-24-16 1:19 pm
ALBANY, New York - Vermont's first-in-the-nation law requiring GMO labeling is giving fresh momentum to efforts to pass a similar measure in New York state.
- Vermont police step up patrols ahead of holiday Updated: May-24-16 12:35 am
WATERBURY, Vermont - Vermont State Police say they're stepping up enforcement against drivers impaired by alcohol and other drugs in advance of the Memorial Day holiday. They'll also be increasing seat belt enforcement.
- Republicans hit Vermont governor on alleged job shifts Updated: May-24-16 12:34 am
MONTPELIER, Vermont - Vermont Lt. Gov. Phil Scott, a Republican candidate for governor, is charging that Democratic Gov. Peter Shumlin's administration is improperly transferring exempt employees to protected, classified status
- Passenger ejected from off-road vehicle, dies in crash Updated: May-23-16 7:26 am
WESTMINSTER, Vermont - Vermont State Police say a passenger has died in an off-road vehicle crash in Westminster.
- Trump takes 8 of 13 delegates at GOP Vermont convention Updated: May-22-16 12:35 pm
SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vermont - Eight of 13 Vermont delegates elected during the Vermont Republican Convention to go to the national convention this summer are supporters of presumptive presidential GOP nominee Donald Trump.
- Vermont woman badly injured when her car strikes deer, rolls Updated: May-21-16 3:41 pm
HARTLAND, Vermont - Vermont state police say a woman was seriously injured when her car struck a deer and an embankment and rolled over in Hartland, ejecting her from the car.
- Vermont House Speaker to run for lieutenant governor Updated: May-18-16 3:03 pm
MONTPELIER, Vermont - Vermont House Speaker Shap Smith, who dropped out of the race for governor last year because his wife was being treated for breast cancer, is now making a bid for lieutenant governor.
- Vermont claims some credit for Google payday loan ad ban Updated: May-18-16 12:31 am
MONTPELIER, Vermont - Vermont Attorney General William Sorrell is claiming some credit for the decision announced by tech giant Google to stop selling ads to high-interest 'payday' lenders. Sorrell says Vermont began working with Google on the issue two years ago.
- Walden lawyer to run for attorney general as Republican Updated: May-17-16 12:39 am
MONTPELIER, Vermont - Walden Attorney Deborah Bucknam is going to run for Vermont attorney general as a Republican.
- Vermont to require drug makers to explain price increases Updated: May-14-16 8:53 am
MONTPELIER, Vermont - Vermont is poised to become the first state requiring drug companies to explain their price increases, and Bob and Deborah Messing think that's a good idea.
- Vermont State Police offering child safety seat checks Updated: May-14-16 8:12 am
NEW HAVEN, Vermont - Free checks of child safety seats are being offered at the New Haven barracks of the Vermont State Police.
- Hartland woman accused of embezzling from church Updated: May-13-16 11:05 am
HARTLAND, Vermont - Vermont State Police say a Hartland woman is facing a charge of embezzling from a church where she worked as treasurer.
- Vermont State Police searching for escaped sex offender Updated: May-13-16 3:26 am
PERKINSVILLE, Vermont - Vermont State Police are searching for a 28-year-old sex offender who escaped from furlough supervision late last week and hasn't been seen since.
- Sanders: Montana primary vote matters as race nears end Updated: May-12-16 1:08 am
BILLINGS, Montana - U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders told supporters in Montana Wednesday that he faces a "steep climb" to close Hillary Clinton's lead in the Democratic presidential primary, but still has a chance to get more voter-backed delegates than his rival.
- Vermont advocate: Not a bad legislative session Updated: May-11-16 12:25 am
MONTPELIER, Vermont - A leading advocate for low-income and disabled Vermonters says despite a tight budget year it was not a bad session at the Vermont Legislature.