At least three states—New York, North Carolina and Pennsylvania—are considering legislation that would ban state and local government agencies from paying ransom if they’re attacked by cybercriminals. A bill in the Vermont Legislature would study possible ransomware prevention and enforcement measures.
A Manchester man is scheduled to appear in court today on charges he placed a GPS on the vehicle of a woman he was stalking.
The bodies of a man and woman were recovered in Crystal Lake in Barton this morning. They apparently drowned after leaving a pontoon boat Saturday.
Faced with growing crime and less police protection, the Burlington business community is taking downtown safety into its own hands – peacefully.
Burlington’s business community shouldn’t need to pay for their customers’ safety escorts because the anti-police City Council has defunded law enforcement.
A Richmond man died in a fiery crash this morning. Speeding is believed to have been a factor.
A Woodstock police officer was told to remove a “Support Our Police” sign from in front of the police department because, he was told, someone complained it’s racist.
Vermont State College students are taught to fight off armed intruders – but only as a last resort.
The airport owner and balloon pilot who fell to his death Thursday told videographer Ryan Miller that ballooning is a ‘zen’ act in which one gives up control.
Three Vermonters died in single-vehicle accidents on rural highways over the weekend, Vermont State Police said. All three victims were driving in good weather conditions. All were thrown from their vehicles. None wore seat belts.