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The Frequency: Daily Vermont News

The Frequency is Vermont Public's daily news podcast. Get up to speed on what's happening in Vermont, in under 15 minutes. Available every weekday morning by 6 a.m.

Latest Episode
  • Investigators continue to probe the shooting of three men of Palestinian descent in Burlington. Plus, Chittenden County’s State’s Attorney on how she’ll conduct the investigation, reaction from the victim’s families, a statement from president Biden, a woman dies in a Brattleboro house fire, and wintry weather causes power outages.

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  • A western Massachusetts man attempts to break the world record for distance paddled in a pumpkin. Plus, Burlington police arrest a suspect for the shooting of three men of Palestinian descent, reforming Act 250, Montpelier’s post office woes, and grants for specialty crop farmers.
  • A Thanksgiving Day tradition in Richmond is preserved after nearly being lost to flooding. Plus, Gov. Scott’s plan for dealing with rising crime rates, the Burlington City Council faces push-back on an energy plan for the state’s largest hospital, Montpelier’s post office woes worsen, matching state funds for broadband, and where to find free community Thanksgiving meals.
  • Why new COVID vaccines are hard to come by. Plus, the Vermont Community Foundation raises money for flood victims, demand at food banks has been up even before Thanksgiving, some messy weather on the way, and help for folks seeking dental care in Rutland and Addison counties.
  • The volunteer-based HOPE Coalition helps flood victims in Barre City. Plus, more options for youth COVID vaccines, grant matches to build out broadband services, a hot October, and Thanksgiving travel.
  • Ken Squire’s broadcasting legacy in Vermont and beyond. Plus, a bill that would reimburse towns for potential tax money lost from summer flooding, Rep. Becca Balint calls for a cease-fire in the Israel-Hamas war, Vermont’s Senate delegation votes for a short-term budget bill, and Vermont prepares to mark the Transgender Day of Awareness.
  • Exploring the humanitarian vision of a documentary photographer in Montreal. Plus, Congress passes a one-year extension of the Farm Bill, Rep. Becca Balint explains why she voted to avert a government shutdown, more extreme weather forecast for Vermont in a new climate report, and Vermont’s apprentice partnership program with Austria.