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Eight injured at Walmart in Pennsylvania after shooting in checkout lines | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 15, 2018
All victims sustained non-life-threatening injuries in the crowded store at the Cedarbrook Plaza Shopping Center in Cheltenham Township, police said.         
First transgender nominee for governor: What you need to know about Christine Hallquist | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 15, 2018
Christine Hallquist, the Democratic nominee for Vermont governor, made history in the primary election. She will face Gov. Phil Scott this fall.         
Dad accused of killing a man who tried to enter his daughter's bathroom stall | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 15, 2018
A Phoenix father is accused of beating a man to death after being told the man attempted to enter a bathroom stall occupied by his teenage daughter.         
VT Insights: Vermont secretary of state trolls Trump on Twitter over voter ID | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 15, 2018
Secretary of State's staff treads the line using humor while providing solid facts for voters.         
Vermont primary: Results for key races | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 15, 2018
Here are the results of key races in the 2018 Vermont primary, including U.S. Senate, U.S. House and Chittenden County state Senate.         
Vermont governor's race: Christine Hallquist, Phil Scott win primaries | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 15, 2018
Christine Hallquist is a step closer to being the country's first transgender governor, while Phil Scott edged out Keith Stern in the GOP primary.         
Vermont filmmaker chronicles life in prison with help from Julie Pacino | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 15, 2018
Vermont-born Jeremy Lee MacKenzie heads to Los Angeles on a George Lucas scholarship as his newest film screens at Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival.         
Paul Manafort trial, 'Crazy Rich Asians' hits theaters: 5 things to know Wednesday | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 15, 2018
Closing arguments in Paul Manafort's trial scheduled to begin, "Crazy Rich Asians" hits theaters are more things to start your day.         
Vermont primary elections: Highlights from the Democratic and Republican races | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 15, 2018
Highlights from the Vermont Democratic and Republican primary elections.         
Penn Jillette says he knows Trump tapes exist, because 'I was in the room' | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 15, 2018
Penn Jillette, the taller and louder half of magic duo Penn & Teller, says he was in room when Donald Trump said inappropriate things on "'Celebrity Apprentice" but won't be specific.         
Bikeshare: Alternative commuting and exercise | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 15, 2018
Have you noticed the bright blue and green bikes around Burlington, South Burlington, and Winooski? They are part of the CATMA Greenride Bikeshare program.         
Gov. Phil Scott thanks Republicans who stuck with him | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 15, 2018
VT Gov. Phil Scott, facing Keith Stern and other Republicans angry with him for signing gun-control laws, thanked supporters after winning primary.         
Christine Hallquist: ‘Tonight, we made history’ | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 15, 2018
Christine Hallquist addressed her supporters at a Democratic primary victory party Aug. 14, 2018 at the Skinny Pancake restaurant in Burlington.         
WCAX | August 15, 2018
The "real number" of abused children and abusive priests might be higher since some secret church records were lost and some victims never came forward, the grand jury said.
WCAX | August 15, 2018
In the Chittenden County Sheriff's race Tuesday, Sheriff Kevin McLaughlin beat Deputy Michael Major.
WCAX | August 15, 2018
Middlebury College Political Science Professor Matt Dickinson watched the Vermont primary results with us Tuesday night. He spoke with our Celine McArthur and Galen Ettlin to break down the results and what they mean.
WCAX | August 15, 2018
Independent U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders has won Vermont's Democratic Senate primary but is expected to turn down the nomination and support the state's Democratic candidates, as is his practice.
WCAX | August 15, 2018
Scene-stealing snakes, bears, turkeys and lobsters all make an appearance in the latest season of a television program featuring New Hampshire's Fish and Game conservation officers.
WCAX | August 15, 2018
Turkish media: court rejects appeal for American pastor's release from detention
WCAX | August 15, 2018
Two long-time incumbents are one step closer to keeping their seats in Congress. Senator Bernie Sanders and Congressman Peter Welch won their democratic nominations Tuesday evening.
WCAX | August 15, 2018
A former utility executive from Vermont has become the first transgender candidate to win a major political party's nomination for governor.
WCAX | August 15, 2018
Vermont's Republican Gov. Phil Scott has won his party's nomination to run for a second term as the state's top executive.
WCAX | August 15, 2018
Peter Welch, Vermont's lone representative in the U.S. House, on Tuesday won the Democratic nomination to seek re-election in November.
FBI: Muslim woman believed dead boy would be reincarnated to attack 'corrupt institutions' | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
A judge has granted bond to five Muslims accused of raising 11 kids in dangerous, dirty conditions and training the eldest to attack 'corrupt institutions'         
Omarosa says she'll hand over secretly recorded White House tapes to special counsel Robert Mueller | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
Omarosa Manigault Newman says she has many secretly recorded tapes from her time in the White House and she'll hand them over if asked.         
What to know about the Burlington-South Burlington football cooperative | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
Like the rest of the state's football programs, the Burlington-South Burlington cooperative begin preseason Monday. Opening night is set for Aug. 31.         
Twitter slams 'ignorant, disrespectful' Sam Smith over Michael Jackson comments | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
Adam Lambert posted a video while listening to “Human Nature” on a boat where Sam Smith can be heard saying: “I don’t like Michael Jackson."         
Church Street assault suspect turns himself in, will appear in court | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
The second suspect in an assault outside Five Guys that sent a man to the hospital has turned himself in to police.         
Mister Rogers: It is not too late to watch 'Won't You Be My Neighbor?' in Burlington | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
The movie about Fred Rogers recently became 12th highest-grossing documentary of all-time and is still playing in Burlington.         
Vehicles crushed as section of highway bridge collapses in Genoa, northwestern Italy | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
The Morandi bridge runs over homes, shopping centers, factories, a railway line and a river, Italian news agency Ansa reported.         
Champlain College's Eagles Landing student apartments come online after four-year saga | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
In 2014, the future looked bleak for a six-story building in downtown Burlington that would house 300 Champlain College students         
Humans less likely to turn off robot when it begs to stop, study finds | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
Humans were less likely to turn off a robot when it begged them to stop an experiment, according to a study from researchers in Germany.         
UVM President Sullivan to step aside in 2019 to complete book on campus free speech | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
University of Vermont's President Thomas Sullivan said on Monday that he plans to step aside at the end of his seventh year and take a teaching role.         
The first Ford Mustang owner kept the car. It's now worth $350,000 | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
The third-grade teacher who was the first person to buy a Ford Mustang has brought it to the Dream Cruise in suburban Detroit.         
'Maybe I thought I was just clever enough': Ex-pediatrician admits to child porn, fondling girls | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
David Blasczak, 69, of Newark, New York, acknowledged that he also persuaded mothers to allow him to photograph their young daughters' genitals.         
Paxton Lynch demoted to Broncos' third-string QB as Chad Kelly takes backup job | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
Paxton Lynch's third season in the NFL is already off to a rough start, as Chad Kelly has surpassed him for the Broncos' backup QB job.         
Travis Roy Foundation: Wiffle ball tournament sets fundraising record | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
The tournament in Essex has raised a record $617,634 to soar past the $5 million mark over the 17 years of the Travis Roy Foundation event.         
Vermont primary elections: Live updates | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
Polls are open until 7 p.m. in Vermont's Democratic and Republican primary elections.         
Mom warns of scary sickness after mosquito bite gives her son seizures, brain swelling | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
A North Carolina mom is warning parents about the scary disease carried by mosquitoes after her son was hospitalized for almost a week.         
British police say car crash outside British Parliament was terror attack | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
A car crashed into barriers outside the Houses of Parliament in Westminster on Tuesday, two pedestrians, British police said.         
Man attempts to kidnap 11-year-old girl, friends throw hot coffee on him and escape, Michigan police say | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
A Michigan man who attempted to kidnap an 11-year-old girl was met with an assault he wasn't prepared for: Hot coffee and cold slurpees.         
Alien abduction: 45 years after alleged UFO encounter, Mississippi man breaks his silence | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
Calvin Parker hopes to set record straight on his infamous alien abduction experience.         
Hate crime: Essex man charged after allegedly using racial slurs, pointing gun | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
Sheldon Rheaume pleaded not guilty to charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, reckless endangerment and hate-motivated disorderly conduct.         
Youngest face transplant recipient in US history finds hope after suicide attempt | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
Katie Stubblefield survived a gunshot to face at age 18. Now she's the youngest person to receive a complete face transplant in U.S. history.         
Hidden Blueprints The Story of Mikey | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
A crime, a prison riot, a praying mantis and the art that came out of it all is the subject of a VT filmmaker short.         
VT Insights: Early Vermont primary voting pace ahead of 2014 midterms | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | August 14, 2018
A relatively low primary turnout would magnify the power of voters who do show up to choose who ends up on the November ballot.         
WCAX | August 14, 2018
A fire at a Williamstown storage business has damaged more than two dozen units.
WCAX | August 14, 2018
Vermont State Police want your help tracking down someone who has been breaking into cars.
WCAX | August 14, 2018
It's primary election day in Vermont with dozens of candidates vying for a place on the November ballot.
WCAX | August 14, 2018
Firefighters in northern Vermont say a fire at a logging site that has been burning for a few days will probably have to burn itself out.