Beginning Tuesday, January 21, Vermont Public Radio will bring you special coverage from NPR of the impeachment trial of President Trump. VPR will broadcast the U.S. Senate hearings live on the air and streaming at VPR.org .
The Chittenden County Sheriff has determined one of his deputies did not violate a "fair and impartial policing" policy during a November traffic stop. That interaction resulted in a migrant farmworker being turned over to federal immigration authorities.
Tanya Ocker hears this refrain a lot: Vermont is not a business-friendly state. But she wonders about the businesses that emphasize our "brand." Do they help our economy?
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Join VPR Classical Host Helen Lyons on a 10-day music tour to Germany and Austria in October 2020, in celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday year.
Do animals get married? Do they fall in love and have friends? Do they laugh when they're happy and cry when they're sad? When you talk to your pets, can they understand you? Why can't they speak to us? And do animals know what kind of animal they are? Alyssa Arre of the Comparative Cognition Lab at Yale tackles these interesting questions.