On this “You Can Quote Me,” Vt. Rep. Becca Balint discusses the decision on Capitol Hill to oust House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, and Vermont Health Commissioner Dr. Mark Levine addresses the opioid settlement money and concerns from people on the front lines of the crisis.
On this “You Can Quote Me,” we’re taking a closer look at the Champlain Valley Fair including safety and security, Military Appreciation Day, food donations, FEMA help for flood victims and the shark attraction.
On this “You Can Quote Me,” a one-on-one with Rep. Becca Balint. Plus, a new report shows which towns have the highest financial burden when it comes to energy and the help available for those struggling to pay those bills.
On this "You Can Quote Me," a big birthday for Burlington's Fletcher Free Library. Plus, police officers accused of domestic violence allowed to keep their guns. And changes to Vermont's cannabis laws.
This week on “You Can Quote Me,” we honor Vermont veterans who lost their battle over burn pits. And Darren Perron speaks with Vermont State University interim president Mike Smith about the new vision for VSU and the challenges to getting it off the ground.
On this “You Can Quote Me,” a problem at airports that could let guns get through. Plus store scofflaws-- we’re on patrol with police trying to nab shoplifters. And one-on-one with Vt. Gov. Phil Scott.
A special "You Can Quote Me" as we examine suicides after service. A mother's anguish and a general's frustration over a lack of mental health care for vets. Plus, allegations the VA is dramatically undercounting the number of veteran suicides.
A look at sports betting sites that target underage gamblers. Plus, former Senator Patrick Leahy talks about handling classified documents. And a murder that haunted Burlington for more than 50 years is finally solved.
In this “You Can Quote Me,” snowmaking at ski mountains when Mother Nature isn’t cooperating, the laws around using Vermont in your brand and we investigate military burn pits still in operation as a new law kicks in to help those already exposed.
This week on “You Can Quote Me” we investigate flawed forensics after a woman in prison for killing her son was ruled an accident. Plus, we examine military malpractice, as service members wait years to get answers for claims against doctors who made mistakes. And, an interview with actor Barry Bostwick as he talks about the 47th-anniversary tour of the ”Rocky Horror Picture Show” at the Flynn Theater in Burlington.
This week on YCQM, inside the insanity murder trial of a Burlington man charged with a brutal 2017 attack. Plus, a Vermont student discusses his volunteer efforts in hurricane-battered Florida. And, a new multimedia exhibit examines a popular Canadian-bound immigrant crossing border section in New York.
On this “You Can Quote Me,” Channel 3 News investigates PCB contamination at schools and the lawsuits piling up against the chemical giant Monsanto. And, reporter Dom Amato investigates the root causes behind Burlington’s escalating gun violence crisis.
Miss Vermont 2022 discusses her struggle with mental illness and her push to get teens more mental health treatment access. Also, Vermont's health commissioner shares new details about new COVID-19 vaccines. And, a new way to get your political news through the WCAX Political Podcast.