Fewer red light cameras in use

New data shows a decline in the number of communities using cameras to catch people running red lights.

Aaron Hernandez legal troubles continue

Legal troubles continue to mount for former New England Patriots football player Aaron Hernandez with the filing of two wrongful death lawsu…

“Car-killer” potholes in Westfield

Smart drivers slow down on a bumpy stretch of Loomis Street in Westfield. But if you don’t know what’s ahead, the potholes there can do some…

Deputy shoots man reaching for cane

A 70-year-old man reaching for his cane was shot by a deputy in York County, South Carolina Tuesday evening according to the sheriff’s offic…

Back on her feet

“Give up” are two words that are not a part of Liz Mitchell’s vocabulary.

Wells Fargo to cut 700 mortgage jobs

Wells Fargo is cutting 700 mortgage jobs. The Wall Street Journal reports the move comes in response to a decline in demand in the home refi…

MA health insurance backup

Massachusetts officials say they’re continuing to sign up people for health insurance as they work to fix the state’s troubled health insura…

Police seek bus bandits

Police are trying to identify three suspects who are wanted for robbing a teenager after he got off a bus on February 16, 2014.

Shell agrees to refund some cleanup aid

Shell Oil Co. has agreed to pay $4 million to resolve allegations it got Massachusetts funds to help upgrade underground gasoline storage ta…

Beating gym boredom

Bored with the gym? Not motivated to break a sweat? Skipping workouts, even quitting altogether? If this sounds like you, there’s help.

Nutrition labels getting a makeover

If approved, the new labels would place a bigger emphasis on total calories, added sugars and certain nutrients, such as Vitamin D and potas…