The state Department of Transportation has a plan to repair and upgrade the elevated portion of 91 between Interstate 291 and State Street in Springfield.
E-cigarettes are becoming more popular, but even as some people say they help smokers quit, others argue they get people addicted to nicotine. These products come in flavors that may appeal to young people. Health experts worry that once addicted to the nicotine in e-cigarettes, young people may branch out and try tobacco products.
We’ll bring you the latest on the e-cigarette controversy on 22News at Noon.