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    Vt. Fish & Wildlife close to ban on drone-assisted hunting

    09/23/2014 09:08 AM EDT
    A petition to ban hunting with the assistance of unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, in Vermont is making its way through the state's Department of Fish and Wildlife. 
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    N.H. family goes for dinner right before house explodes
    09/23/2014 08:38 AM EDT - DANVILLE, N.H. (AP) - A New Hampshire family says their lives may have been spared by their decision to go out for dinner 10 minutes before an explosion rocked their house. Full Story

    FTC commissioner warns that cybersecurity threats are on the rise
    09/23/2014 06:24 AM EDT - NORTHFIELD -- It's getting harder to tell the difference between online crime and terrorism, cybersecurity professor Peter Stephenson told an audience at Norwich University on Monday. Full Story

    Springfield police chief offers hope in fight against drugs
    09/23/2014 12:45 PM EDT - SPRINGFIELD (AP) - Rutland Police Chief James Baker is giving Springfield residents some encouraging words in their fight against illegal drugs in their southeastern Vermont community. Full Story

    Vermont town to repay disaster overpayment
    09/23/2014 10:33 AM EDT - ST. JOHNSBURY (AP) - A Vermont town is going to repay $33,000 it received from the Federal Emergency Management Agency for helping repair damage from flooding in 2011. Full Story

    100s speak out on New York casino plans
    09/22/2014 10:43 PM EDT - COLONIE, N.Y. -- Supporters and critics of proposals for an Albany area casino weighed in Monday at the first of three days of public hearings on casinos planned for upstate New York. A state board reviewing 16 casino applications is expected to recommend up to four winners this fall, and supporters and opponents alike said this week's public hearings may be their best chance to make Full Story

    Changes on the way for Windham County Waste
    09/22/2014 10:43 PM EDT - BRATTLEBORO -- Big changes may be in the works for Windham Solid Waste Management District. The Brattleboro-based agency currently processes recyclables from residents throughout Windham County. But economics and regulatory changes have prompted administrators to look into outsourcing those duties under a new, "single-stream" model. Full Story

    FTC official: Lawsuits rare in Internet security lapses
    09/22/2014 10:42 PM EDT - NORTHFIELD -- The Federal Trade Commission has investigated hundreds of cyber security breaches at companies across the country, but it has only sued 53 times, one of the organization's five commissioners said Monday during a cyber security conference at Norwich University in Northfield. FTC Commissioner Julie Brill said the organization she helps guide tends to file lawsuits when it Full Story

    In new ad, Sanders' nemesis demands senator's wife return ‘golden parachute'
    09/22/2014 10:42 PM EDT - A prominent Vermont businessman has released a television ad attacking Sen. Bernie Sanders and his wife, Jane. The ad, paid for by Republican benefactor Rodolphe "Skip" Vallee, demands that Jane Sanders return the severance pay she received in 2011 when she resigned as president of Burlington College. Full Story

    Study addresses what to do with former Wilmington high school building
    09/22/2014 10:41 PM EDT - WILMINGTON -- If the former high school building was only being considered for Town Meeting use, Wilmington School Board Chairman Phil Taylor told the Selectboard he would re-think his position on it. "There's so many uses of that building," he said. "We're still struggling to keep that building open so everybody can use it. Full Story

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    Police deliver pie after Pizza Hut driver hurt

    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — After a pizza delivery driver was injured in a crash in Portland, Oregon, two police officers completed the delivery for him. Full Story
    Patti LaBelle party wins cadet-beating suit

    HOUSTON (AP) — A former West Point cadet has lost his multimillion-dollar lawsuit against staff members for R&B singer Patti LaBelle over a beating received while waiting outside a Houston airport terminal for a ride home. Full Story