Police are investigating two separate shootings that happened Tuesday night in the area of Orchard St. and Ranney St.
We’re not that deep into the Atlantic Hurricane Season, but we already have a storm on our hands.
Cooling off in cold water when its 90 degrees and humid outside sounds tempting, but some areas can be extremely dangerous for swimmers.
A 22News viewer sent in pictures of a bear roaming around White Birch Avenue in Chicopee, Tuesday.
The Senate voted 37-1 to pass a $76M economic development package that will lead to job and economic growth.
Graco Children’s Products is recalling 1.9M infant car seats, in what is now the largest seat recall in American history.
A female wrestler, known for her work with the WWE, was arrested for allegedly stealing an iPad Mini case, worth about $20.
The Pentagon now admitting the number of US troops in Iraq could rise again depending on what President Obama decides.
U.S. stocks finished at record highs as the Dow Jones industrial average approached 17,000 points for the first time.
It became official, the United States is out of the World Cup. It was a rollercoaster of emotion at watch parties across Massachusetts.
American International College students, faculty and community members gathered to remember their beloved school spokesman, Craig Greenberg.
The President of the Massachusetts Latino Chamber of Commerce is seeking a new title.
Southampton voters went to the polls Tuesday to vote on how to spend their money.
The Massachusetts Senate has approved a bill that would give cities and towns more control over liquor licenses.
A wrong way drunk driver nearly crashes into a cop, but after her arrest, the suspect seems to only be worried about her mug shot.
If you’re traveling for the July 4th holiday, you don’t have to toss your good eating habit aside.
T-Mobile reportedly billed consumers for unauthorized subscriptions to premium text services.
It’s called sexting, and one in five middle school-aged students are doing it, according to a new study.
People from around the world have donated millions to charities in the wake of the deadly 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook.
Business groups have defended the contract clauses as important tools, but Sen. Gale Candaras said lawmakers have heard “unconscionable stor…