Kinda gives new meaning to "crack cocaine" -
Police informant busted for butt crack possessionRead more
Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Ilhan Omar would eliminate $1.6 trillion of student debt with 'a small tax on Wall Street speculation'Read more
State insurance regulators says "Vermont insurers are prohibited from making coverage determinations for medically necessary gender-affirming care based solely on age" including gender-change surgery
Westford man builds six foot tall middle digit because town won't give him permission to develop his business thereRead more
Federal authorities have charged a Springfield/Holyoke area man with intent to sell 164 bags of fentanyl-laced heroin to a suspected Brattleboro dealer
Leonine Public Affairs, one of Montpelier's heavy-hitting lobbying firms, is marketing itself to Big Marijuana companiesRead more
Average two bedroom apartment in Vermont takes big cut out of average renter's $13.40/hour take home pay
When it comes to allowing illegal immigrants to drive legally, NY Gov. Mario Cuomo is playing catch-up with Vermont. Ever since Vermont's Freedom of Movement law took effect Jan. 1 2014, illegal immigrants have been applying for and receiving driver's licenses.
Between 2014-2018, the cost of making electricity in New England dropped 33%, thanks mostly to ultra-cheap natural gas-fired power. But increased transmission and "capacity" costs have added billions to the consumers' bill, making New England power the most expensive in the continental U.S..
A Vermont state trooper in 2014 stopped a car driven by an African-American man, saying snow was obscuring his license plate. The ACLU filed suit for racial profiling.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Board Wednesday refused to consider a petition, brought by students of Vermont Law School, to limit coyote hunting
Dogs will get into everything - including legal marijuana, yours or someone else's. THC is toxic for dogsRead more
Tip from a SnapChat user alerted law enforcement that an individual was sharing images of the sexual abuse of a 9-year-old girl.
Prosecutors and cops are getting tougher on domestic violence, in part due to a 2010 law, a Vermont Judiciary report findsRead more
Gov. Phil Scott says budget tracks with wage growth, meets major priorities
Medical monitoring bill as passed would discourage business in VT, guv says
Veronica Lewis, whose attempted murder charge in connection with a 2015 Westford shooting was dismissed by Chittenden County prosecutor Sarah George, will remain in custody on federal firearms violation charges.Read more
Some Vermont business groups want Gov. Phil Scott to veto S.37, the medical monitoring bill that will make it easier to sue for exposure to toxic substances and require substance users and manufacturers to pay for medical testing for people who can demonstrate they have been exposed.
A 'gunshot database' derived from Vermont Dept. of Health information and compiled by Vermont Public Radio found that 85% of Vermont gunshot deaths were suicides....All 10 gunshot victims who served in the armed forces died as a result of suicide.Read more
Commentator John Klar discusses official reaction to climate activist disruption of Strolling of the Heifers in BrattleboroRead more