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UVM grad Kevin Drury crashes out of ski cross final | Burlington Free Press UVM grad Kevin Drury crashes out of ski cross final
Drury's chance to win an Olympic medal had ended halfway up the course at Phoenix Snow Park.        
Burlington Free Press | February 22, 2018
Pelkey, U.S. win Olympic gold in pulsating shootout | Burlington Free Press Pelkey, U.S. win Olympic gold in pulsating shootout
Vermont native Amanda Pelkey and the U.S. women’s hockey team finally broke Canada's stranglehold on gold in a thrilling shootout finish.         
Burlington Free Press | February 22, 2018
Wednesday's highlights: Early offense powers Essex | Burlington Free Press Wednesday's highlights: Early offense powers Essex
A four-goal first period fueled Essex's 7-2 win over Stowe in high school boys hockey action Wednesday.         
Burlington Free Press | February 22, 2018
Tuesday's highlights: South Burlington halts 3-game slide | Burlington Free Press Tuesday's highlights: South Burlington halts 3-game slide
A double-digit lead by halftime helped South Burlington girls basketball end a three-game losing streak in Tuesday's win over BHS.        
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Video: Student speaks out on averting potential school shooting | Burlington Free Press Video: Student speaks out on averting potential school shooting
Angela McDevitt, 17, is being credited with thwarting a possible mass school shooting. She alerted authorities about text messages from a friend, Jack Sawyer, who had expressed a desire to conduct a shooting at his old high school in Vermont.        
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Growing marijuana at home: Federally illegal but pretty easy | Burlington Free Press Growing marijuana at home: Federally illegal but pretty easy
Many states permit residents to grow marijuana for their personal use, and we decided to look at just how easy it is to grow cannabis -- known as pot or weed -- at home.         
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
8 Tips from a Local Hygienist: How to create a fun, effective kids’ dental routine | Burlington Free Press 8 Tips from a Local Hygienist: How to create a fun, effective kids’ dental routine
Creating a fun, effective dental routine for children can be a challenge, but the sooner we can establish this routine, the easier it can be.        
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Opinion: Not too late to stop F-35 basing | Burlington Free Press Opinion: Not too late to stop F-35 basing
Burlington voters should demand elected leaders hear their voice against F-35 basing.        
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Video: Sights from UVM basketball Senior Night at Patrick Gym | Burlington Free Press Video: Sights from UVM basketball Senior Night at Patrick Gym
The Catamounts clinched the America East regular-season title on Senior Night on Wednesday. Photos by Brian Jenkins.         
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Tops Friendly Markets to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy | Burlington Free Press Tops Friendly Markets to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
The company made the decision to eliminate debt.         
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Authorities monitoring rising water on Missisquoi, Lamoille Rivers | WCAX Authorities monitoring rising water on Missisquoi, Lamoille Rivers
Emergency management officials are continuing to monitor rising water and possible ice jams on the Missisquoi and Lamoille Rivers.
WCAX | February 21, 2018
Heat wave Wednesday | WCAX Heat wave Wednesday
The National Weather Service says record or near-record warmth is in store for northern New England for a day.
WCAX | February 21, 2018
Billy Graham, America's pastor, has died | Burlington Free Press Billy Graham, America's pastor, has died
Graham retired to his mountain home in Montreat, N.C., in 2005 after nearly six decades on the road calling people to Christ.         
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Hunger striker speaks at UVM rally | Burlington Free Press Hunger striker speaks at UVM rally
David Meija, a staff member at the University of Vermont, speaks to a rally organized by NoNames for Justice at UVM in Burlington on Tuesday, February 21, 2018. Meija is hunger striking until his demands concerning issues of racial justice are met.        
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
FBI, police investigating white supremacist campus flyers | Burlington Free Press FBI, police investigating white supremacist campus flyers
"We have a very good idea of who we're dealing with," said Burlington Police Chief Brandon del Pozo        
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Mother's nightmare at Mexico resort: 'There is more to this deeper, darker story than we know' | Burlington Free Press Mother's nightmare at Mexico resort: 'There is more to this deeper, darker story than we know'
Woman is frantic as disoriented daughter disappears from Mexico resort hotel room.         
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Governor hopeful: Being transgender has perspective | Burlington Free Press Governor hopeful: Being transgender has perspective
Christine Hallquist will soon focus full-time on campaign        
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
TV meteorologist banned from school after alleged 'inappropriate conduct' with students | Burlington Free Press TV meteorologist banned from school after alleged 'inappropriate conduct' with students
Frank Scaglione was asked to stay away from Waukee, Iowa, school property in January 2017 because of "inappropriate conduct" with high school students.         
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Florida House declares a public health risk — from pornography (not guns) | Burlington Free Press Florida House declares a public health risk — from pornography (not guns)
The resolution was approved right after a motion to debate an assault weapons ban was rejected.         
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Hallquist resigns from VEC | WCAX Hallquist resigns from VEC
Christine Hallquist has officially resigned as CEO of the Vermont Electric Co-op.
WCAX | February 21, 2018
The first burst of an exploding supernova has finally been captured | Burlington Free Press The first burst of an exploding supernova has finally been captured
Supernovas are getting their day in the sun today, with two separate studies about these spectacular, distant explosions that mark the death of massive stars.         
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Father settles with child advocacy group over girl's death | WCAX Father settles with child advocacy group over girl's death
The father of a murdered toddler has reached a court settlement with a child advocacy group while his lawsuit against the state's child protection agency moves forward.
WCAX | February 21, 2018
Excavator working on ice jams falls in river | WCAX Excavator working on ice jams falls in river
In the Northeast Kingdom, an excavator trying to break up the ice on the Black River in Coventry ended up in the river.
WCAX | February 21, 2018
Roads closed due to high water | WCAX Roads closed due to high water
Despite all the sunshine we're seeing Wednesday, there are worries snow melt could cause flood issues in our region. A few roads have already been closed due to high water.
WCAX | February 21, 2018
Police: Threats at Essex High School a hoax | WCAX Police: Threats at Essex High School a hoax
Police say threats made to Essex High School Tuesday turned out to be a hoax and a juvenile was issued a citation.
WCAX | February 21, 2018
14-year-old Franklin County, NY, boy arrested for school threats | WCAX 14-year-old Franklin County, NY, boy arrested for school threats
A 14-year-old boy is accused of threatening a Franklin County, New York, school.
WCAX | February 21, 2018
Friend helps foil alleged school shooting plot | WCAX Friend helps foil alleged school shooting plot
Powerful words from a student who helped a Vermont school avoid a tragedy. Angela McDevitt spoke to WCAX News about why she came forward and what she hopes other students will hear.
WCAX | February 21, 2018
Vt. firefighter charged with lighting children's hands on fire | WCAX Vt. firefighter charged with lighting children's hands on fire
A Vermont firefighter faces three counts of reckless endangerment after police say he covered the hands of his three children with hand sanitizer and ignited them.
WCAX | February 21, 2018
Essex, St. Albans schools disrupted after threats | Burlington Free Press Essex, St. Albans schools disrupted after threats
Essex High School and BFA St. Albans reported threats affected their school days on Wednesday.        
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Married Vermonters reported record high income | Burlington Free Press Married Vermonters reported record high income
Median income for married couple families in Vermont reached a record high of $80,225 in 2016, based on Vermont Tax Department data.         
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Middlebury grad Simi Hamilton takes sixth in Olympic sprint relay | Burlington Free Press Middlebury grad Simi Hamilton takes sixth in Olympic sprint relay
The 2009 Middlebury graduate part of American sprint relay team to race to sixth at the 2018 Olympic Games.        
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Mavs owner Mark Cuban fined $600,000 for tanking comments | Burlington Free Press Mavs owner Mark Cuban fined $600,000 for tanking comments
Cuban said that tanking for the remainder of the season is his team's best option.         
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
States with the most (and least) gun violence. See where your state stacks up. | Burlington Free Press States with the most (and least) gun violence. See where your state stacks up.
While grabbing the most headlines, gun violence is not limited to mass shootings.         
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Basic economy tickets could cost flyers more, new report warns | WCAX Basic economy tickets could cost flyers more, new report warns
Basic economy tickets - desirable to many travelers looking for the cheapest tickets - might come with hidden fees for travelers unaware of services left out of the deal. Florida Sen. Bill Nelson raises concerns in a new Congressional report.
WCAX | February 21, 2018
Stealing from Work sketch-comedy crew takes on new topic - each other | Burlington Free Press Stealing from Work sketch-comedy crew takes on new topic - each other
Burlington ensemble known for skewering latest trends takes on new topic - each other - as they look at what each cast member brings to the production        
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Opinion: Reject basing F-35 in Vermont | Burlington Free Press Opinion: Reject basing F-35 in Vermont
I urge Burlington to vote against hosting the f-35, the world’s most expensive war machine.        
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Restaurant planned for Queen City Brewery in Burlington | Burlington Free Press Restaurant planned for Queen City Brewery in Burlington
Burlington brewery could see adjoining restaurant by the end of summer. And another Chittenden County brewer, Fiddlehead, expands its distribution        
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Stamping out crime: Postal Service spends millions on TV show about its crime-fighting inspectors | Burlington Free Press Stamping out crime: Postal Service spends millions on TV show about its crime-fighting inspectors
The Postal Service has spent more than $16 million on "The Inspectors," a TV drama aimed at educating teenagers and their parents about mail crimes.         
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Kathie Lee Gifford: Billy Graham led my entire family to faith | Burlington Free Press Kathie Lee Gifford: Billy Graham led my entire family to faith
People around the world are mourning Rev. Billy Graham's death.         
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Teen on warning police about Fair Haven plot: 'It was a matter of lives at hand' | Burlington Free Press Teen on warning police about Fair Haven plot: 'It was a matter of lives at hand'
“I was very sad," Angela McDevitt said of warning police that Jack Sawyer told her of his plot. "I had to because it was a matter of lives at hand."        
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Essex Junction chooses 4-story development; neighbors bemoan loss of 'hidden enclave' | Burlington Free Press Essex Junction chooses 4-story development; neighbors bemoan loss of 'hidden enclave'
Two buildings, with a total of 71 units, would anchor heart of the Village, boosters say        
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Yet more apartments planned for Essex Junction | Burlington Free Press Yet more apartments planned for Essex Junction
Two local developers propose in 2018 a cluster of four-story buildings near Five Corners that they say will further goals for a more walkable, transit-friendly Village Center. Published Feb. 21, 2018.        
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Police investigating school shooting threat at BFA-St. Albans | WCAX Police investigating school shooting threat at BFA-St. Albans
Police are investigating a school shooting threat that triggered an early dismissal at BFA-St. Albans Wednesday.
WCAX | February 21, 2018
UVM library 'weeding' books | WCAX UVM library 'weeding' books
Libraries across the country are seeing a shift -- more visitors but fewer books. As more books are being turned into digital copies, libraries at colleges like the University of Vermont are cleaning out the unused books.
WCAX | February 21, 2018
On Senior Night, UVM basketball clinches America East regular-season crown | Burlington Free Press On Senior Night, UVM basketball clinches America East regular-season crown
The Catamounts improve to 23-6 overall and 13-1 in conference play with a 75-54 win over Binghamton on Wednesday night at Patrick Gym.         
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Column: Diggins, Randall seize American breakthrough at Olympics | Burlington Free Press Column: Diggins, Randall seize American breakthrough at Olympics
Vermont resident Jessie Diggins and Kikkan Randall captured gold, the first-ever Olympic medal for U.S. women's cross-country skiing.        
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Billy Graham reached millions through his crusades. Here's how he did it | Burlington Free Press Billy Graham reached millions through his crusades. Here's how he did it
Billy Graham, the multimedia, mass-market personal apostle of modern times, changed the world with his preaching.         
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
16 lesser-known facts about Billy Graham, including that time he went skinny dipping with Lyndon B. Johnson | Burlington Free Press 16 lesser-known facts about Billy Graham, including that time he went skinny dipping with Lyndon B. Johnson
Billy Graham's prolific writings and widely broadcast sermons reached hundreds of millions.         
Burlington Free Press | February 21, 2018
Police investigating death of dog found shot to death | WCAX Police investigating death of dog found shot to death
Vermont State Police are investigating the fatal shooting of a family's pet dog.
WCAX | February 21, 2018
President Trump again attacks Obama over Russia | WCAX President Trump again attacks Obama over Russia
President Donald Trump is again attacking his predecessor, suggesting he should have done more to prevent Russian election meddling.
WCAX | February 21, 2018