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WCAX-TV Channel 3 Burlington VT Local News Headlines
The following Vermont local news coverage is brought to you by WCAX TV Channel 3 and presented as a public service from Vermont Living Magazine. WCAX is carried on most cable TV systems in Vermont on Channel 3.
- Vt. health officials say youth vaping remains top concern
Vt. health officials say youth vaping remains top concern - The FDA last week took the step of trying to ban the sale of certain Juul vaping products from the U.S. market, an action halted by a judge the next day. Despite the dramatic effort, Vermont health officials say vaping among youth remains a top concern.
- New Vermont-based bank has big ambitions
New Vermont-based bank has big ambitions - Most banks are a dime a dozen, but a new financial institution in the works says it’ll stand out by being dedicated to supporting small and medium-sized businesses in Vermont. The Bank of Burlington has raised $33 million in start-up capital in record time and now it just needs to get the green light to open.
- UVM Health Network seeks major rate increases
UVM Health Network seeks major rate increases - The University of Vermont Health Network is asking regulators for a double-digit rate increase across its Vermont hospitals.
- Homecoming for incoming Claremont Police chief
Homecoming for incoming Claremont Police chief - There is a changing of the guard when it comes to public safety in Claremont, New Hampshire, which in many ways represents the past and future of policing.
- Pets with Potential: Meet Tag-a-long and Thin Mint
Pets with Potential: Meet Tag-a-long and Thin Mint - Tag-a-long and Thin Mint are baby bunny sisters and were born at the Humane Society and are ready to head to a loving home together.
- Travelers take to the road for busy July 4th holiday
Travelers take to the road for busy July 4th holiday - Christina Guessferd spoke with Pat Moody with Northern New England AAA for a weekend preview.
- Sen. Leahy, like many seniors, faces tough rehab ahead
Sen. Leahy, like many seniors, faces tough rehab ahead - Darren Perron spoke with Dr. Michael LaMantia, director of the Center on Aging at the University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine, about the challenges of bouncing back from a broken hip.
- Stuck in Vermont: Julianna and Sophia Parker of Otter Creek Wildlife Rescue help animals — and humans, too
Stuck in Vermont: Julianna and Sophia Parker of Otter Creek Wildlife Rescue help animals — and humans, too - Julianna Parker began rehabilitating orphaned baby birds at age 19. Years later, her daughter Sophia followed her mom’s lead, rescuing small critters and learning how to care for them. Seven Days’ Eva Sollberger traveled to Julianna’s home in Addison to meet up with the team.
- Longtime Hanover town manager says goodbye
Longtime Hanover town manager says goodbye - Hanover’s town manager is retiring after nearly 26 years on the job.
- Plattsburgh officials to pay for Durkee project environmental testing
Plattsburgh officials to pay for Durkee project environmental testing - The city was hopeful Prime LLC., the developers of the project, would front the costs of the tests, but now the city plans to take matters into its own hands.
- Essex Junction celebrates city status
Essex Junction celebrates city status - Essex Junction officially becomes a city Friday and there’s a party Friday to celebrate.
- Gov. Scott, lawmakers call for sheriff to resign in wake of sex charges
Gov. Scott, lawmakers call for sheriff to resign in wake of sex charges - Governor Phil Scott Friday joined Addison County lawmakers in calling for Addison County Sheriff Peter Newton to resign after he was charged with sex crimes.
- Bluebird Barbecue’s Black-eyed Pea Salad
Bluebird Barbecue’s Black-eyed Pea Salad - It is National Grill Month and time for Fourth of July barbecues.
- Rutland area teens keep Stone Bench Project tradition going strong
Rutland area teens keep Stone Bench Project tradition going strong - A group of Rutland County teens are spending the next week sculpting a bench for the community. It’s part of an annual program in West Rutland that teaches sculpting skills and teamwork.
WCAX-TV – Channel 3
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Burlington, VT 05402
Gray Media Group Inc.
Located in Burlington, Vermont, WCAX is a CBS affiliate. On the air since 1954 as Vermont’s first television station. Local News: Mon.-Fri. 6:00 – 8:00 a.m., 12:00 -12:10 (noon), 6:00 -7:00 p.m., 11:00-11:30 p.m., Sat.-Sun: 6:00-6:30 p.m., 11:00 -11:30 p.m. VAB 2004 Station of the Year. Website: wcax.com.