An AirAsia plane with 161 people aboard lost contact with ground control on Sunday after takeoff from Indonesia on the way to Singapore.
This season, designate a sober driver, call a taxi or take public transportation from holiday parties buzzed driving is drunk driving.
An Anderson mother of four is thankful her family is safe after her 12-year-old son saved them from their burning home on Christmas Eve.
Another controversy is brewing over a Hollywood movie. Egypt has banned the screening of the biblical epic “Exodus: Gods and Kings.”
Officer Tyler Stewart, 24, died at Flagstaff Medical Center after he was shot by a suspect in a domestic-violence case.
Two elderly women are recovering from their injuries Saturday night after an accident in Easthampton.
The Springfield Falcons fell to the Albany Devils, 4-3, in overtime Saturday night at the Times Union Center.
A routine traffic stop ended with two Springfield men being arrested after unlicensed guns were found in the car.
An emergency room is all that remains of a 124-year-old hospital in Quincy.
The Springfield Museums hosted a throwback event Saturday introducing kids to an old-fashioned childhood toy.
Fans and critics of popular ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft will get a chance to weigh in on proposed regulations.
Boston Mayor Martin Walsh will deliver his first “State of the City” address later this month.
After protests across the country Saturday, support for our men and women in blue spilled onto the street of Springfield in an unusual way.
Hundreds of friends and family paid tribute Saturday to the memory William L. Putnam, the founder and longtime owner of 22News.
Post-Christmas shoppers flocked to malls across the country on Saturday.
Early Saturday morning, nearly 40 Springfield police officers boarded a bus for New York at the Western Massachusetts Police Academy.
The first full weekend of winter didn’t feel like it at all.
A leader with the Islamic extremist group al-Shabab, who had a $3 million bounty on his head, surrendered in Somalia.
New Haven has paid $109,000 to settle disputes with two corporation counsel attorneys who said they were fired for trying to organize a unio…
The initial phase will cost $2.2 million, with the agency leveraging $370,000 in incentives from Northeast Utilities and National Grid.