Champlain Valley News Local 22 and Local 44 NY News New York | MYCHAMPLAINVALLEY Weather Blog: Showery and cloudy conditions remain Wednesday Happy Wednesday! A dreary start to our morning with warmer temperatures however. This morning plan on cloudy skies, spotty showers and temperatures near 70 Milton family loses dog in fire that destroys their home A family in Milton lost their dog in a fire Tuesday night. The home is destroyed, due to smoke damage. It happened on McMullen Gov Sununu concerned for New Hampshire residents trapped in Afghanistan Governor Chris Sununu has written a letter to Secretary of State Anthony Blinken regarding the concerns of Granite Staters. In the letter, he asks Gov. Scott agrees with ending war in Afghanistan, but not with how Biden chose to withdraw troops Governor Scott says he agrees with President Biden’s decision to end the war in Afghanistan which he calls “unwinnable”. However, Scott says he does Senator Patrick Leahy seeks $9 million dollars to support Vermont start-ups Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy wants 9 million dollars set aside in this year’s appropriations bill for Vermont start-ups. Leahy is a long-term partner with Local ABC 22 and Local Fox 44 Local News | MYCHAMPLAINVALLEY Vermont State Colleges offer $16M in scholarships, programs RANDOLPH, Vt. (AP) — The Vermont State College system is offering $16 million in scholarships and free tuition programs for Vermonters in the upcoming 27 new coronavirus cases Saturday in our coverage area; no deaths The Vermont Department of Health reported ten new COVID-19 cases on Saturday. Rutland County had four of the infections. Bennington County, Caledonia County, Chittenden Vermont leaders announce $12 million boost for addiction treatment efforts MONTPELIER – On Thursday, Vermont leaders gathered outside the State House to announce new funding that will go towards addressing substance use disorder. Senator Vermont health chief warns of rare 'vaccine breakthrough' cases A small percentage of people may still get sick from COVID-19 after being fully vaccinated in what are called vaccine breakthrough cases, Vermont Health Spectrum Youth virtual sleep out raises awareness for youth homelessness Spectrum Youth and Family Services is hosting its annual sleep out in Burlington this Friday, in solidarity with homeless young adults in Vermont. Just Sun Community News Gov. Cuomo: schools closed through end of academic year New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced this morning that schools across the state will remain closed through the end of the 2019-20 academic school Summer Camp Confusion Addressing the media in a Thursday afternoon conference call, North Country Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (R-Schuylerville) derided what she called “inexcusable” political attacks by Gov. Officers intercept prison drug packages DANNEMORA | Union officials are renewing calls for a secure statewide prison-vendor program after officers intercepted two drug shipments at Clinton Correctional Facility this Johnsburg’s ‘state of emergency’ to continue NORTH CREEK | On April 20, Town supervisor Andrea Hogan issued the proclamation announcing the extension. Serving the frontline PLATTSBURGH | When the current social crisis hit the region, the owners of Valcour Brewing Company, family, and staff sprang into action.