Local Vermont News – WCAX-TV 3
Vermont News Headlines from WCAX Burlington
Get the latest local Vermont news from Vermont’s Own Channel 3 in Burlington, WCAX. WCAX is a CBS Television affiliate. The station has undergone several ownership changes recently. WCAX is currently owned and operated by Gray Media Group, Inc. WCAX reaches most of Vermont broadcasting on Channel 3 from the top of Mount Mansfield, in Stowe. Thank you for supporting local media. Share your Vermont business, contact us.
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.
- Communities work to restore floodplains to improve flood resiliency
Communities work to restore floodplains to improve flood resiliency - Vermont’s catastrophic flooding in July flooding destroyed businesses and houses located near rivers and along floodplains. Now, state and local officials are trying to determine which should be moved to make the state more resilient to future flooding.
- Pine Street CSWD accepting food scraps and other recyclables
Pine Street CSWD accepting food scraps and other recyclables - Starting tomorrow, recyclables and food scraps can be brought to the Pine Street CSWD drop-off center.
- UVMMC support staff and hospital reach deal in contract negotiations
UVMMC support staff and hospital reach deal in contract negotiations - After months of negotiations, the UVM Medical Center support staff and the hospital have finally come to a deal that union members are calling “historic.”
- Suspect in Brookfield shootings extradited to Vermont
Suspect in Brookfield shootings extradited to Vermont - Police say the man accused in a drug-related shooting in Brookfield back in May has been extradited to Vermont and will face a Judge on Friday.
- Vermont Principals’ Association tackles poor sportsmanship at high school games
Vermont Principals’ Association tackles poor sportsmanship at high school games - Poor sportsmanship, accusations of racist remarks, and an on-court brawl -- Vermont high school sports have made headlines for the wrong reasons over the last few years.
- Helping those with drug addiction after flood disaster
Helping those with drug addiction after flood disaster - Vermont Representative Becca Balint is making sure people dealing with damage and drug addiction have access the help they need.
- Free Fishing Day in New York State
Free Fishing Day in New York State - New York is trying to get people to love the outdoors, hook, line, and sinker.
- Keeping people in Vermont with trade industry training
Keeping people in Vermont with trade industry training - Vermont’s junior senator is trying to train people in the trades and keep them in the state.
- Burlington property owners putting up fences to discourage vagrants, violence
Burlington property owners putting up fences to discourage vagrants, violence - Drug use, violence, and vagrancy are driving some Burlington property owners -- including the Chittenden County Courthouse -- to take matters into their own hands.
- Missing Bakersfield man found safe
Missing Bakersfield man found safe - Burlington Police say a Bakersfield man who went missing Thursday morning has been found safe.
- Missing New Hampshire man found dead
Missing New Hampshire man found dead - A sad ending to the search for a missing man in New Hampshire.
- Super Senior: John Dimick
Super Senior: John Dimick - John Dimick spends much of his time in his basement painting watercolors of scenes in Vermont and beyond.
- New homeless center coming to St. Johnsbury
New homeless center coming to St. Johnsbury - Leaders at the affordable housing developer Rural Edge say they are in the works of purchasing an old church on Moose River Drive -- the Father's House -- to convert into a 24-hour homeless shelter.
- Vermont authorities seek wanted man
Vermont authorities seek wanted man - Police in Manchester, Vermont, are asking for help in finding a wanted man.
WCAX-TV – Channel 3
PO Box 608
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.