In this "You Can Quote Me," Vermont businesses face a workforce shortage. New research suggests autism increases the risk for COVID complications. Plus, a Vermont trooper sues the Human Rights Commission.
Guest VSAC President Scottt Giles discusses the options. Norwich University's Phil Susmann explains the recent funding the school has received to expand its cyber security schooling with artificial intelligence. Also we talk with Amy Minor, Vermont Superintendent of the year.
In this “You Can Quote Me,” a WCAX investigation into the challenges of getting so-called forever chemicals out of the water that leaves our landfills. Plus, a look at the work that earned our team seven New England Emmy nominations.
On “You Can Quote Me,” we examine a rise in trans violence following the death of a trans woman in Morristown. We investigate long-term care and insurance costs. Plus, a key player in the Kingdom Con, Bill Stenger, learns his fate in court.
Health Commissioner Dr. Mark Levine and infectious disease expert Dr. Tim Lahey discuss COVID. Plus, we go inside Vermont's refugee resettlement program. And last-minute tax-filing tips from CPA Rick Wolfish.
On this “You Can Quote Me,” Mari McClure of Green Mountain Power, Ukrainian exchange student Diana Herasim, a new phone service to help people with mental health needs and Stefanie Schaffer of Rutland on her new book that details her recovery after an explosion.
On this “You Can Quote Me,” the struggle to find treatment for childhood eating disorders in our region. Plus, a petition says the Vermont agencies of Agriculture and Natural Resources need to work together to keep our water clean without fighting over how to do it.
On this “You Can Quote Me,” the housing crisis in New York’s North Country, a Vermont brewery pays tribute to people doing good deeds and why the White House COVID Response Team says it needs more money to fight the virus.
On this "You Can Quote Me," a look behind the headlines as reported school threats in Vermont. And Vt. Attorney General T.J. Donovan discusses an investigation into TikTok and its impact on young people.
Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos speaks about his career and his upcoming retirement from office. Also, we investigate a law meant to protect consumers from dangerous products that puts the power into the hands of companies.
Vermont nurses are leaving the state in droves causing staffing shortages at hospitals. Plus, an infectious disease expert discusses the omicron COVID-19 variant. And a researcher talks about Vermont traffic stops in 2020.
This week on "You Can Quote Me," a new cancer treatment called CAR-T Therapy, plus Vermont’s attorney general has a warning about a scam targeting the elderly, and a look at ways to prevent stress in the classrooms.
On "You Can Quote Me," how people can assist children that are in the foster care system. Analysis of N.H. Gov. Chris Sununu's announcement that he will not run for U.S. Senate. And Vt. Corrections Commissioner Nick Deml discusses COVID among inmates and bringing out-of-state inmates back to Vermont.
Former U.S. Attorney for Vermont, Christina Nolan, discusses the investigation that led to the arrest of Sean Fiore, who admitted to a heinous list of crimes. Plus, incoming Fish and Wildlife Commissioner Chris Herrick discusses his priorities for the department. And, Administration Secretary Susanne Young is retiring after 40 years in state government. She reflects on how state government has changed over the last four decades.
In this “You Can Quote Me,” Vermont's role in the Record Renaissance. Plus, Congressman Peter Welch on the president’s push to bring Democrats together on his social spending plan. And what the release of a violent sex offender will mean for the community.
Guests include immigration law expert Erin Jacobsen on the resettlement of Afghan refugees; Chris Kirkey, an expert on Canada studies, discussing the U.S./Canada border closure; and Vermont State Colleges System Chancellor Sophie Zdatny on the proposed merger of schools.
Guest Mourning Fox on becoming the Vermont State Police mental health director, Washington Reporter Kyle Midura investigates access to pain medications for patients, and Vt. Attorney General T.J. Donovan on how Vermont is taking on big oil.
Guests on this "You Can Quote Me" include U.S. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh, UVM Medical Center Dr. Tim Lahey, Vt. Financial Regulation Commissioner Michael Pieciak and Pride Center Director of Health and Wellness Taylor Small.
Our investigation into the backlog in Vermont courts and how it is affecting Vermonters. Plus, how Vermonters can take free college classes. We check in with Hunger Free Vermont. And say so long to sportscaster Mike McCune!
Ten years ago, an Essex Junction couple was kidnapped and murdered by serial killer Israel Keyes. Former investigative journalist Jennifer Costa discusses the case. Plus, ANR Secretary Julie Moore talks about efforts by Quebec lawmakers to halt leachate from entering Lake Memphremagog.