Teen suffers fatal heart attack at Ohio haunted house.
The airlines may be saving money on fueling their planes, but that doesn’t mean you should expect to save on travel as well.
Butternut, acorn, spaghetti, pumpkin, there are dozens of different kinds of winter squashes! Personal Chef Bill Collins from ChefBill.com g…
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (Mass Appeal) – Meet Mass Appeal’s pet of the week! Name: Happy Breed: Australian Cattle Dog mix Age: 2 years old Sex: Fe…
CHICOPEE, Mass. (WWLP)- Law enforcement in the valley has had some challenges recently. Drug and gang activity are on the rise and the police and courts are busy trying to make a dent with prevention and strong police work.
But our local District Attorney’s are working to put an end to crime and the associated social and health issues by creating preventative outreach programs.
We’ll be talking with new interim Hampden County District Attorney James Orenstein about what he hopes to accomplish in the six months he’ll be in charge and the challenges he faces in combating violent crime.
We’ll also discuss with Northwestern District Attorney David Sullivan about the rise in opiate addiction and the crime and social issues that follow that problem and programs he’s created that educate the public.
If you’re concerned about crime, you’ll want to hear what the local district attorneys have to say.
22News InFocus airs this Sunday, July 6, at noon.