Liz Strzepa, MyNBC5 (WPTZ)

Liz Strzepa

MyNBC5 (WPTZ)

Burlington, VT, United States

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  • WTAE-TV Pittsburgh
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  • KOCO-5 Oklahoma City
  • WLWT.com
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Recent articles by Liz:

Church Street Marketplace's holiday tree promotes suicide prevention, awareness

The tree was donated in memory of a South Burlington husband and father who took his life in 2020 → Read More

U.S. secretary of education visits Vermont schools, praises programs in place

He plans to take ideas from Vermont back to Washington → Read More

New water line connects hundreds of Bennington homes to clean drinking water

This comes after toxic chemicals were found in water years ago → Read More

Vermont Air National Guard to conduct night flying training missions with F-35's this week

The night missions will run from 4-8 p.m. → Read More

State leaders call on Gov. Scott to take action, as Vermont deals with spike in COVID-19 cases

New guidance about Thanksgiving gatherings is expected next week → Read More

'They do appreciate us': Large turnout for St. Albans Veterans Day ceremony

CITY'S ANNUAL VETERANS DAY PARADE... WHICH TEVERANS SAY...WAS A TOUCHING TRIBUTE. IF ST. ALBANS ISNO KWN FOR ONE THING... <NATS / > MITAY AS WELL BE... ITS SUPPORT...FOR PEOP, LE LIKE BOB COUN... A 96-YE- AR OLD WORLD WAR II VETERAN. <THANK YOU, HOMETOWN, R FO COMING OUT AND SUPPORTING YOUR TOPROS > <NATS / > THIS VETERANS DAY...áTHE MEN AND WOMEN WHO SERVED ARE GETTING THE… → Read More

Let's Go Brandon, Way To Go Brandon events planned Saturday in Brandon, Vt.

Both organizers say they want events to be peaceful → Read More

Feeding Chittenden hosts 8th annual Trotting of the Turkeys on Church Street

Turkeys, canned goods to be distributed starting on Nov. 18 → Read More

Spike in Vermont's COVID-19 cases concerns healthcare experts, hospital workers

The Dept. of Health is asking everyone who's eligible to get the vaccine → Read More

Spike in Vermont's COVID-19 cases concerns health experts, hospital workers

Experts are encouraging everyone eligible to get vaccinated → Read More

Time to start thinking about ordering Thanksgiving turkeys

Adams Turkey Farm in Westford, Vermont, is getting ready for Thanksgiving."We are a family-owned operation," said co-owner Judy Adams.This is the busiest time of year at the local turkey farm, where a few thousand birds are being prepped to make their big debut on the kitchen table in a few weeks."That's a lot of families that we provide for," Adams said.If people are interested in getting one… → Read More

Time to start thinking about pre-ordering Thanksgiving turkey

Vermont Foodbank says it needs thousands of turkeys → Read More

Bracing for impact: Officials weigh in on anticipated Essex, Essex Junction split

Officials think there could be big impacts to taxpayers → Read More

Lenny's Shoe & Apparel customers give to Vermont Foodbank, Plattsburgh's JCEO

Lenny's Shoe & Apparel customers give to Vermont Foodbank, Plattsburgh's JCEO It's part of the retailer's annual fundraiser The Vermont Foodbank got more than $18,000 thanks ot the generosity of customers at Lenny's Shoe & Apparel.The retailer presented the Vermont Foodbank with the big check Wednesday morning.The Vermont Foodbank said the money comes at a perfect time, with the holidays… → Read More

Crisis in Vermont schools? Educators beg for help as stress, anxiety cripple some districts

Many educators testified at the House of Representatives Education Committee meeting this week → Read More

Trick-or-treating? Experts say mask up, socially distance, separate candy and avoid crowds

Health experts want to avoid a spike in COVID-19 cases → Read More

Ferlazzo case prompts questions about Pennsylvania cold case

Officials say Ferlazzo's stepmother was found stabbed to death in 2009. → Read More

Ferlazzo case prompts experts to promote domestic violence education, awareness

Ferlazzo case prompts experts to promote domestic violence education, awareness Many resources are available to people in need Editor's note: This report includes discussion of domestic violence. If you or someone you know needs help, call the Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-228-7395. When Karen Tronsgard-Scott first heard that Emily Ferlazzo, 22, had been reported missing in Bolton, Vt.… → Read More

Lake Champlain Chocolates celebrating Choctoberfest all month long

Events are held every Saturday throughout the month → Read More

Vermont leaders apologize for state's role in eugenics studies

Vermont state leaders came together at the statehouse to publicly apologize Saturday afternoon for a dark chapter in the state's history.Elected officials apologized for the state's eugenics surveys that were conducted in the 1930s.During that time, people with disabilities, Native Americans and other minority groups were all targets of state-sanctioned eugenics practices, which focused on… → Read More