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WCAX | April 25, 2018
The future of a local baseball field is up in the air and people are showing their frustrations.
WCAX | April 25, 2018
For the first time, Jennifer Riordan's husband Michael is speaking out publicly. Here's a transcript of his conversation with CBS News' transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave.
Michigan boy, 5, says substitute teacher aide taped his mouth shut, tossed lunch | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
Abdul Dannaoui, 5, said two of his preschool teachers taped his mouth shut and threw his food out.         
What we know about Toronto van attack suspect Alek Minassian | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
Van attack suspect Alek Minassian, 25, was not previously known to authorities and no motive has yet emerged for the assault that killed 10.         
A man tried to jump off a Detroit overpass. Then 13 truckers saved him. | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
A line of 13 trucks with assistance from Michigan State Police, created a wall on the I-696 freeway to prevent a man from jumping off the overpass.         
'This Yeti ain't ready:' NRA fans blow up Yeti coolers in protest for #YetiCoolerChallenge | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
After Yeti ended a discount program for a National Rifle Association group, NRA supporters posted #YetiCoolerChallenge videos destroying the products.         
Monday's Vermont sports scores and Tuesday's schedule | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
Vermont high school and college sports scores and schedule for April 23-24, 2018, as reported to the Burlington Free Press sports department.         
Report: Former-Williston police chief blamed for lax workplace culture | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
Williston police officers interviewed for an internal investigation describe a workplace culture under the old chief in which employees broke rules.         
It’s the Beer Talking #4.03: Work is the Curse of the Brewing Class | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
Host Jeff Baker gets sort-of-serious with pensive beer guests Tyler Doggett, who teaches philosophy at UVM; and Kenny Richards of Halyard Brewing.         
Essex developer re-imagines T-Rex Theater as concert venue, tables residential project | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
Developer and concert promoter hatching alternate use for T-Rex Theatre Plans in effort to spice up Essex's "vapid social environment."         
Scott administration suggests tax penalty to coerce school staff cuts | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
The governor wants to find school spending reductions, and his administration says one solution could lie in student-to-staff ratios.         
Domestic terrorism bill gets OK from Vermont lawmakers reacting to Fair Haven plot | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
Vermont lawmakers looking for a way to hold someone accountable for planning a mass killing give approval to a domestic terrorism bill Tuesday.         
Here's what you can't post on Facebook (no nude buttocks or cannibalism) | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
Your Facebook post could get removed if you show uncovered female nipples (unless breastfeeding or protesting), nude buttocks or cannibalism.         
Tuesday's highlights: CVU nabs Metro baseball win over BFA | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
Hank Caswell pitches a complete game three-hitter and Champlain Valley scores two runs on throwing errors to get past BFA-St. Albans 3-1 on Tuesday.         
Mortgages, other loans get pricier as 10-year Treasury rate tops 3% | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
The rising rate is another sign the era of record-low borrowing costs is fading. That means mortgages will become pricier. Stocks could get hit, too.         
Opinion: $15 per hour minimum wage is bad policy | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
As law, a $15 per hour minimum wage will be detrimental to workers and society.         
Opinion: Vermont needs family and medical leave | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
Pass family leave and higher minimum wage as economic support package for working families.         
'Incognito' browsing isn't really private, and 4 other privacy myths | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
Some experts believe many of us think we’re taking the right precautions, when in fact we’re putting our info at risk.         
Former Miss America Deidre Downs Gunn marries same-sex partner in Alabama wedding | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
Deidre Downs Gunn, who was crowned Miss America in 2005 and is now a doctor, walked down the aisle with her spouse, attorney Abbott Jones, in Alabama.         
After Toronto van attack, Canadians mourn and ask simple question: Why? | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
Canadians are grieving and looking for answers to the explain the deadliest attack the nation has endured in decades.         
Petition circulates to fire Fresno State professor who celebrated Barbara Bush's death | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
The petition on Change.org calls for the "immediate termination" of California State University, Fresno English professor Randa Jarrar.         
The Virgin America brand will disappear overnight | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
Come Wednesday morning, customers arriving at airports will find something missing: all counters, signs and gate areas branded as Virgin America.         
The Exciting Rebirth of Burlington Town Center Will Begin Soon! | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
Demolition of Burlington Town Center will begin soon, and we’ll keep you up to date on all developments as demolition and construction proceeds.         
Man tased 10 times on American Airlines flight grabbed officer's gun, damaged car window | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
Jacob Garcia, the unruly passenger arrested on American Airlines Flight 2446, put up a fight as he was hauled out of Miami International Airport.         
Is this America's best fast-food pizza? | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
Choose your own crust, sauce, cheese and toppings at Blaze Pizza's 250 locations across America.         
Champlain Valley battles Bellows Falls in baseball | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
Champlain Valley Union High School hosted the Bellows Free Academy baseball team in Hinesburg on Tuesday, April 24, 2018.         
Champlain Valley battles BFA-St. Albans in baseball | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | April 24, 2018
Champlain Valley Union High School hosted the BFA-St. Albans baseball team in Hinesburg on Tuesday, April 24, 2018.         
WCAX | April 24, 2018
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says authorities see no national security element in the seeming attack on pedestrians in Canada's largest city.
WCAX | April 24, 2018
A judge has given The Hermitage Club 10 days to respond to a bank's motion to appoint a receiver to manage the assets.
WCAX | April 24, 2018
The National Life Group has launched Vermont's first employer-sponsored on-site health clinic at its Montpelier office, offering health services to all of its employees.
WCAX | April 24, 2018
Warm weather has many people swinging their way outside and onto Vermont golf courses. Nationally, golf is in decline. But many say that's not the case in our region.
WCAX | April 24, 2018
NH Fish and Game officials are calling a search for a Massachusetts hiker a waste of time, money and resources after he was found at the Mount Washington Hotel.
WCAX | April 24, 2018
Bill Cosby's lawyers urged a jury Tuesday to acquit the 80-year-old comedian of sexual assault charges.
WCAX | April 24, 2018
Stocks are falling sharply on Wall Street as big technology and industrial companies take heavy losses.
WCAX | April 24, 2018
Police say a Windsor County man faces drugged driving charges related to a messy crash that shut down both lanes of Interstate 91 early Tuesday.
WCAX | April 24, 2018
Vermont wildlife officials are warning to keep an eye out for moose on the roads.
WCAX | April 24, 2018
Without knowing who he was or what he might do, police briefly had Travis Reinking in their sights days before the deadly assault on a Waffle House restaurant.
WCAX | April 24, 2018
Authorities in New Hampshire say three people were injured in a head-on crash involving a tractor-trailer and a flatbed truck.
WCAX | April 24, 2018
A commission investigating the Florida high school massacre learned that faulty classroom designs and police radio and 911 systems contributed to the chaos and possibly to some of the 17 deaths.
WCAX | April 24, 2018
Vermont Gov. Phil Scott announced his pitch Tuesday for financial penalties for schools districts that have too many staffers.
WCAX | April 24, 2018
A new law went into effect in New York April 1 and it's meant to protect your rights. It requires law enforcement agencies to start video recording interrogations of serious crimes.
WCAX | April 24, 2018
Congress gives its full support, but experts say it could hurt more than it helps
WCAX | April 24, 2018
The Washington Central Supervisory Union is thinking about starting school later to allow kids to get more sleep.
WCAX | April 24, 2018
Two undocumented dairy workers from the Upper Valley were detained Friday in Woodsville.
WCAX | April 24, 2018
A Burlington woman faces multiple charges after fighting with a trooper following a DUI stop early Tuesday.
WCAX | April 24, 2018
A regional planning committee has refused to sign off on a proposed solar project in Rutland amid concerns over the visual impact.
WCAX | April 24, 2018
A jury has ruled against a woman who sued the University of Vermont claiming gender discrimination.
WCAX | April 24, 2018
Burlington school leaders are asking tax payers to approve a bond measure between $60 and $70-million to renovate the city's high school.
WCAX | April 24, 2018
Police say someone discovered an old hand grenade that washed up on the shore of the Moore Dam Picnic Area in Waterford.
WCAX | April 24, 2018
With charges dropped against the Vermont teen accused of plotting a school shooting, lawmakers are advancing a bill to bring new protections to schools and communities.