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More Than 120 Dartmouth Faculty Members Express Solidarity With Protesters

Hanover -- More than 120 Dartmouth College faculty have signed a letter calling on administrators "to commit substantial financial and personnel resources to address structural inequality and institutional…

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Police Seek Witnesses in Possible Road Rage in Randolph

Randolph Center -- Vermont State Police are seeking information about a police road rage incident that took place near Vermont Technical College last week. The confrontation took place on Route 66 on…

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New Hampshire prep grad to appeal sex assault conviction

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - The graduate of an elite New Hampshire prep school convicted of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old classmate says he'll appeal to the state's highest court.

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Police: Man threatened students learning to parallel park

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) - Police in New Hampshire say a man with a gun threatened a driver's education instructor and three students as one was attempting to parallel park near his car.

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Fitness chain reaches deal with NY over indoor tanning

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - A national chain of gym and fitness centers has agreed as part of an agreement struck with New York's attorney general not to offer unlimited indoor tanning to members.

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Police: Man threatened driver's ed group parallel parking

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) - Police have accused a man with a gun of threatening a driver's education instructor and her three students as one was attempting to parallel park near his car.

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Insurance department to examine substance abuse coverage

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire's Insurance Department is examining whether insurance companies are appropriately covering substance abuse services as required by law.

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Vt. Heating Assistance Stays Steady

Vermont heating assistance recipients are on track this winter to receive a benefit that covers roughly the same amount of fuel as they received last year, despite an overall reduction in funds available. According…

Nov 24
Local & Regional Breifs for Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2015

Tree on Tracks Forces Vermonter To Bus Passengers White River Junction -- A fallen tree on the railroad tracks forced Amtrak to bus passengers between St. Albans, Vt., and Springfield, Mass., on Tuesday. …

Nov 24
U.S. Traffic Deaths Rise Significantly Following Small Decline in 2014

Detroit -- After declining for most of the past decade, traffic deaths spiked 8 percent in the first half of this year, prompting a call from the nation's highway safety chief to find ways to reduce the…

Nov 24
Obama: 'Russia Is the Outlier'

Washington -- A united U.S.-French vow to expand the fight against the Islamic State in the wake of the Paris attacks was greatly complicated Tuesday by the shootdown of a Russian warplane. President…

Nov 24
Police Make Arrests In Minn. Shooting

Minneapolis -- Police have arrested two men they have been seeking in connection with a shooting at the Black Lives Matter encampment in Minneapolis on Monday night. Minneapolis police said they arrested…

Nov 24
Suspect Quizzed on Paris Attacks

Paris -- French authorities on Tuesday questioned a top suspect linked to attackers who terrorized Paris, while Belgium's capital remained locked down under threat of a possible similar attack. Jawad…

Nov 24
Poor Harvest Leads To Pumpkin Scarcity

With the holidays close at hand, 'tis the season for all things pumpkin -- especially the nation's traditional favorite, pumpkin pie. But it may be a disappointing holiday season for pumpkin lovers this…

Nov 24
Bus Explosion in Tunisia's Capital Kills 11

Cairo -- A powerful explosion tore through a bus carrying elite security guards for Tunisia's president in the heart of the capital, authorities said Tuesday, killing at least 11 people in what appeared…

Nov 24
Judge: N.H. Patient Can Seek Marijuana

Concord -- A woman with late-stage lung cancer can seek to buy medical marijuana in Maine before dispensaries open in New Hampshire, a judge ruled Tuesday. New Hampshire lawmakers approved the use of…

Nov 24
Chicago Cop Charged With Murder

Chicago -- Prosecutors on Tuesday charged a police officer here with first-degree murder for fatally shooting a black teenager last year in an incident captured on a graphic video that the Chicago Police…

Nov 24
Probe Finds Human, Technical Errors Led to Hospital Airstrike

Washington -- A monthlong Pentagon investigation has blamed a series of human errors and technical malfunctions for the deadly U.S. gunship attack on an international aid hospital in the Afghan city of…

Nov 24
Shumlin: Rejecting Refugees 'Shameful'

Burlington -- Gov. Peter Shumlin visited an English-language class of refugees from war-torn countries on Tuesday to thank them for making Vermont their home and to highlight his support for accepting…

Nov 24
Mass. Law Targets Fentanyl

Boston -- A law signed Tuesday by Gov. Charlie Baker makes trafficking of fentanyl, a powerful synthetic drug sometimes mixed with heroin, a crime punishable by up to 20 years in prison. The Legislature…

Nov 24
Winter Is Coming

Scott's Lawn and Landscape co-owner Scott MacDonald, left, helps his employees Joe Earl and Matt Koloski install a salt spreader onto the back of one of the company's trucks as part of preparation for…

Nov 24
Lebanon Aiport Beacons On

Lebanon -- As the sun set early Tuesday night, two hazard beacons began flashing red for the first time -- officially -- to warn pilots of hazards in the area to the south of Lebanon Municipal Airport's…