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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.
- Housing advocates shine light on homelessness in Vermont
Housing advocates shine light on homelessness in Vermont - Advocates in Vermont say the state is aware of more homeless people since the start of the pandemic.
- U.K. COVID-19 Strain in Essex County, NY
U.K. COVID-19 Strain in Essex County, NY - Strain found in Essex County resident, after random sampling
- Craftsbury Outdoor Center employee dies on cross country ski trail
Craftsbury Outdoor Center employee dies on cross country ski trail - Police say William Henchey, 67 was found dead on cross country trail Tuesday afternoon
- Rutland Regional Medical Center hospital unit in isolation, after another positive covid result
Rutland Regional Medical Center hospital unit in isolation, after another positive covid result - The Medical Center says, the Inpatient Medical Oncology Unit is in isolation, after 5 staff members have contracted Coronavirus
- Burlington’s police transformation czar weighs in on challenges
Burlington’s police transformation czar weighs in on challenges - WCAX's Celine McArthur discusses Burlington Police Transformation with Director Kyle Dodson, five months after his appointment by Mayor Miro Weinberger.
- Layoffs at Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Cafe in Waterbury
Layoffs at Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Cafe in Waterbury - The cafe closed down in March at the start of the pandemic and hasn't been open since. Now, the company says it will close the cafe permanently.
- COVID numbers dropping; Scott promises vaccination rollout improvements
COVID numbers dropping; Scott promises vaccination rollout improvements - Vermont reported 78 new cases of the coronavirus as of Wednesday, the first time in nearly three weeks the state did not go over 100 new cases. As infections begin to slow, vaccinations are on the rise, with the first Vermonters 75 and up getting their shots starting Wednesday.
- Norwich University sees nearly 70 COVID cases
Norwich University sees nearly 70 COVID cases - Norwich University is reporting nearly 70 COVID cases since they started testing earlier this month for the start of the spring semester. Right now, students are in a modified room quarantine to help contain the spread.
- Vt. racial justice advocates call for action at Statehouse
Vt. racial justice advocates call for action at Statehouse - The Vermont Racial Justice Alliance is urging the Legislature to move forward on racial equity issues, including slavery reparations and a constitutional amendment prohibiting slavery in the state.
- State to file charges against woman accused of shooting firearms instructor
State to file charges against woman accused of shooting firearms instructor - The state will file a second-degree attempted murder charge against Veronica Lewis.
- Vermont will have loudest voice in federal spending
Vermont will have loudest voice in federal spending - Vermont’s U.S. senators will scrutinize and steer every dollar the country spends.
- Vermont seniors first-in-line for vaccination share experience
Vermont seniors first-in-line for vaccination share experience - How are Vermont seniors first-in-line for the COVID vaccine feeling about their first shot? Channel 3′s Christina Guessferd went to the Integrated Arts Academy in Burlington, one of two clinics running in Chittenden County Wednesday.
- Welch commends students for pandemic resilience
Welch commends students for pandemic resilience - Congressman Peter Welch, D-Vermont, on Wednesday commended high schoolers for their resilience during the pandemic.
- Major Fallout: Scholars argue humanities cuts will imperil UVM’s mission
Major Fallout: Scholars argue humanities cuts will imperil UVM’s mission - Céline McArthur spoke with Seven Days’ Chelsea Edgar about the impact of the cuts.
WCAX-TV – Channel 3
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Burlington, VT 05402
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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.