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Late winner stuns UVM women's soccer in loss to UMass-Lowell | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 19, 2018
With postseason berth already booked, Catamounts fall to River Hawks 2-1 at Virtue Field.         
Live updates: Vermont high school football Week 8 scoreboard | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 19, 2018
Stay current on the action with the Burlington Free Press from Week 8 of the 2018 Vermont high school football season.         
Vermont fall foliage: Where to go leaf-peeping this weekend | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 19, 2018
Peak foliage has shifted south and into the Champlain Valley in what is likely to be the last full week of leaf-peeper season         
UVM women's basketball: Crymble named to preseason all-conference team | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 19, 2018
Junior Hanna Crymble one of six America East players voted to the all-conference preseason squad, while UVM picked to finish sixth in coaches' poll.         
Vermont family speaks about reaction to obituary detailing struggle with opioid addiction | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 19, 2018
The obituary for Madelyn Ellen Linsenmeir of Burlington prompted a reaction from people across the United Sates including Ivanka Trump.         
WCAX | October 19, 2018
Friday's testing will be focused on the South End and around Waterfront Park. Officials say the smoke is odorless and harmless.
WCAX | October 19, 2018
Three survivors of the Valentine's Day shooting will be in town to discuss their new book Friday.
WCAX | October 19, 2018
After gathering community feedback, the planning committee is trying to piece together ideas for the renovations.
WCAX | October 19, 2018
An investigation is underway after police say they shot a man in Pownal Thursday night.
WCAX | October 19, 2018
A U.S. Navy helicopter crashed on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan on Friday, causing non-fatal injuries to a dozen sailors, the Navy said.
WCAX | October 19, 2018
Staff members tell Channel 3, dehumidifiers are in almost every room across the state house. In some rooms the chamber that stores the water, has to be removed several times a day.
WCAX | October 19, 2018
Killington opened today for season's pass holders. It will open to the general public on Saturday.
WCAX | October 19, 2018
President Donald Trump has acknowledged it "certainly looks" as though missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is dead, and he threatened "very severe" consequences if the Saudis are found to have murdered him.
18 artsy, scary, mostly-for-adults Halloween events in Vermont | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
From music to theater, haunted houses to costume contests, northern Vermont has all you could ask for when it comes to chilling Halloween activities         
Three possible futures for Burlington's Memorial Auditorium | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
Three local-sourced visions for Burlington's landmark Memorial Auditorium are being considered as pathways for restoring the historic building.         
Video: Woman leaves toddler on stranger's doorstep. She could face charges. | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
“What if they wasn’t home?" the child's father said. "He could have roamed down the street. Got hit by a car. Somebody could have kidnapped him."         
Thursday's Vermont sports scores and Friday's schedule | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
As reported to the Burlington Free Press sports department.         
Thursday's H.S. highlights: Neddo, Essex storm past Middlebury 8-1 | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
Hat trick fuels Hornets' rout of Tigers in high school field hockey on Thursday night.         
#MeToo founder says it's 'tragic' for Hillary Clinton to deny Bill abused power | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
"It’s absolutely an abuse of power," said Burke. "Two people made a choice and one of those people was the most powerful man in the world."         
Hallquist, reluctant LGBTQ role model, raises profile of trans identities | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
Hallquist, trans candidate, said "Vermonters don't care" about her transgender identity status, but she is still a role model for the LGBTQ community.         
Vermont high school football: Breaking down the playoff scenarios | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
Ahead of the final weekend of the regular season, a rundown of playoff scenarios for the three divisions in Vermont high school football.         
Vermont girls soccer: Varsity Insider Week 6 power rankings | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
CVU, MMU and South Burlington lead the way in high school girls soccer with just three match days left until the postseason.         
Bernie Sanders' 2020 conundrum: To run or not to run? | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
Bernie Sanders is the only 2020 Democratic contender to have checked all the boxes in FiveThirtyEight's 2020 presidential candidate to-do list.         
10 hidden places the world doesn’t know about | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
Need to get away from it all — including other tourists? Get the inside scoop on 10 hidden destinations around the world.         
Michigan pharmacist refuses medicine to woman having miscarriage | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
Does a pharmacist's religious freedom trump a miscarrying woman's access to medicine? A Michigan woman demands action after she was denied medication.         
What happens when a police chief's words go viral | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
Burlington Police Chief Brandon del Pozo wrote about the Madelyn Ellen Linsenmeir obituary and his words went viral. Here's what happened next.         
Chittenden County prosecutor Sarah George wants to save opiate addicts -- not lock them up | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
Sarah George's first election is the least stressful kind: she has no opponent. But she has faced opposition for her addiction advocacy work.         
Statehouse mold cleanup could cost $500,000 | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
The Statehouse grapples with musty inhabitants, and we're not talking lawmakers.         
Study: Americans will live longer by 2040, but not by much | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
A new health forecasting study found Americans will live slightly longer by 2040, but the USA's life expectancy ranking will take a plunge.         
Central Vermont superintendent condemns anti-Semitic graffiti on classroom table | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
"We are deeply saddened and disturbed by this incident," Lamoille South Supervisory Union Superintendent Tracy Wrend wrote to families.         
Colchester police K9 lends helping paw to emerging Massachusetts College of Art filmmaker | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
How do you cast a trained dog in a low-budget film? Enter K9 Tazor and his human partner from the Colchester Police Department.         
Powerball jackpot grows to $430M; Mega Millions' $900M lottery drawing set for Friday | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
The winning Powerball numbers on Wednesday night: 3, 57, 64, 68, 69 and Powerball 15. Paired with MegaMillions, the two big lottery games now top $1B.         
Bernie Sanders hits back at Trump's 'socialist' taunts ahead of campaign swing | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
The Vermont independent said President Trump and Republicans want to shred Medicare and Social Security to provide tax cuts for the privileged few.         
'Mmm, Mmm Bad?' Campbell Soup hit with critical video from activist investor Third Point | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
A new video criticizing Campbell Soup's corporate leadership is part of Third Point CEO Daniel Loeb's goal to unseat Campbell's current board.         
Pando, the world's largest organism is dying, study suggests | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
Pando in Utah, one of the world's largest organisms -- a colony of tens of thousands of trees -- is dying, a study finds. Humans might be at fault.         
H&M opening in South Burlington: What you need to know | Burlington Free Press
Burlington Free Press | October 18, 2018
Key details shoppers need to know regarding opening of the popular clothing store at University Mall in South Burlington.         
WCAX | October 18, 2018
In the race for Congress in New Hampshire's 2nd Congressional District, democratic incumbent Rep. Annie Kuster is seeking her forth term. Her republican challenger, Steve Negron, has been a state representative for just two years.
WCAX | October 18, 2018
The Vermont State Board of Education voted Wednesday to move forward with several controversial forced school mergers under Act 46, the state's school consolidation law.
WCAX | October 18, 2018
A Vermont school district has cut ties with a group that administered a survey for fifth graders that included questions about students' gender identity and sexual histories.
WCAX | October 18, 2018
Winter looks wet and especially mild for much of the country, thanks to a weak El Nino brewing, U.S. meteorologists said.
WCAX | October 18, 2018
A 46-year-old northern New York man has been sentenced to more than a year in prison for transporting hundreds of thousands of contraband cigarettes two years ago.
WCAX | October 18, 2018
The court heard oral arguments from two cases at Hanover High School as part of its "On the Road" series.
WCAX | October 18, 2018
Renovations are underway for improving public access areas at the Waterbury Reservoir.
WCAX | October 18, 2018
Authorities in Florida say Hurricane Michael has killed at least 20 people, bringing the overall death toll to 30.
WCAX | October 18, 2018
The Fletcher Free Library wants to bring people back to the library by allowing you to return overdue books for no charge.
WCAX | October 18, 2018
The Adirondack Correctional Facility has been converted into the Adirondack Adolescent Offender Facility and will soon begin to accept incarcerated adolescents.
WCAX | October 18, 2018
RecycleBalls, a Vermont non-profit, collects tennis balls and repurposes them into sustainable products.
WCAX | October 18, 2018
Rugs, books, and drapes are covered with mold in 14 committee rooms. Those rooms are closed off to people because of the contamination.
WCAX | October 18, 2018
A Bristol man will serve 10 years in federal prison for producing and possessing child porn.
WCAX | October 18, 2018
Police say a suspicious package led to a three hour lockdown at the offices of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in St. Albans Thursday morning.