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- What proposed criminal justice reform means for Vt. social services
What proposed criminal justice reform means for Vt. social services - Senator Patrick Leahy is pushing criminal justice reform legislation and new Vermont law means people with a criminal history don't have to reveal it when they're applying for jobs in the state. Both could mean big changes for Vermont's social services.
- NH troopers get new off-road vehicles
NH troopers get new off-road vehicles - Troopers in the Granite State are heading off-road.
- Rutland man headed to prison for child porn
Rutland man headed to prison for child porn - A Rutland man is headed to prison for child porn.
- Sanders wins Democratic presidential primary in Indiana
Sanders wins Democratic presidential primary in Indiana - Bernie Sanders wins the Democratic presidential primary in Indiana, scoring a late primary season victory over front-runner Hillary Clinton.
- Vt. House votes down Senate pot legalization plan
Vt. House votes down Senate pot legalization plan - The Vermont House on Tuesday afternoon voted down the Senate's marijuana legalization plan.
- Cruz exits Republican race for president
Cruz exits Republican race for president - A senior adviser to Ted Cruz says he has ended his campaign for president, putting Donald Trump on a glide path to claim the Republican Party's nomination.
- Partnership keeps Burlington bike shop open, nonprofit rolling
Partnership keeps Burlington bike shop open, nonprofit rolling - A unique merger in Burlington's Old North End is keeping a nonprofit up and running, and a local bike shop open to customers. How people came together from both sides of the street to get it rolling.
- High school senior takes life-size Bernie Sanders cutout to prom
High school senior takes life-size Bernie Sanders cutout to prom - Without a doubt, Bernie Sanders is a busy guy these days, but he did make a recent appearance at a high school prom.
- Water main break in Lebanon
Water main break in Lebanon - A water main break in Lebanon, New Hampshire, left some businesses without water Tuesday.
- Randolph students place 1st in Destination Imagination competition
Randolph students place 1st in Destination Imagination competition - When it comes to using their imagination, elementary school students in Randolph are among the best in the state.
- Vermont's teacher of the year honored at White House
Vermont's teacher of the year honored at White House - Vermont's teacher of the year, Susan Koch, was honored at the White House Tuesday afternoon.
- Vt. Supreme Court upholds decision on Rutland solar project
Vt. Supreme Court upholds decision on Rutland solar project - The Vermont Supreme Court made the decision to uphold a controversial solar project in the town of Rutland that's expected to cover nearly 15 acres of land on Cold River Road.
- Meeting held in West Lebanon to discuss wildlife refuge expansion
Meeting held in West Lebanon to discuss wildlife refuge expansion - A public meeting was held Tuesday night in West Lebanon to discuss the possible expansion of a wildlife refuge along the Connecticut River watershed.
- Kingdom Con sharp contrast to EB-5 success stories
Kingdom Con sharp contrast to EB-5 success stories - News of this month's Kingdom Con has impacted many, from workers and communities, to defrauded investors. But many businesses that have successfully used the EB-5 foreign investor program are also in shock, and concerned about the future.
WCAX-TV – Channel 3
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Burlington, VT 05402
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Located in Burlington, Vermont, WCAX is a CBS affiliate, locally owned and operated by the same family that started it. 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
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