A lawsuit by a Brattleboro publisher and the American Civil Liberties Union of Vermont is raising a question about what happens to the idea of access to public records when government services are privatized. Full story
Rep. Welch of Vermont says that there's no reason for the government to keep secret its surveillance of everyday Americans. Full story
Heavy rain pummeled south Texas on Sunday, while in Vermont emergency crews restored power to homes after a late-season snow storm, NBC’s Michelle Franzen reports.
A class of blind students in Vermont recently learned the basics of echolocation, a process very similar to sonar. Lead by echolocation evangelist, Daniel Kish, the students were quickly able to navigate their hotel, and soon, the streets of Burlington.
Cyprus GDP totals $24 billion; Vermont's GSP is $26 billion. So why are the global markets so concerned about Cyprus? CNBC's Jane Wells reports.
It came before anyone knew what was happening, and then an entire school in Vermont was closed due to an outbreak of Norovirus. Health officials are deciding over this weekend if it will be safe to re-open the school on Monday. TODAY’s Jenna Wolfe reports.
A Vermont homeowner is putting her three dozen pet pigs up for adoption after the town council rules she is in violation of zoning laws. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports.
Students walk across campus at the University of Vermont in Burlington, Vt. A new report says low-income students are increasingly bypassed for merit-based aid.
Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont speaks to reporters as a street entertainer impersonating Cuban Revolution leader Che Guevara stands beside him in Havana February 20, 2013. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan
Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont speaks to reporters in Havana February 20, 2013.REUTERS/Desmond Boylan
Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont and his wife Marcelle Pomerleau, , walk with staff members on a street in Havana February 20, 2013. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan