The number of opioid overdose deaths continues to rise in WMass. State leaders held a special meeting in Greenfield to generate a solution.
22News explains how Governor Charlie Baker’s “Winter Recovery Assistance Program” will help fix the roads throughout western Massachusetts.
Mass. has some work to do when it comes to welfare reform. The state failed in four out of five policy categories, according to a new report…
U.S. District Court Judge Mark Mastroianni has disqualified himself from a racketeering lawsuit filed against Spfld., it’s mayor and others.
Former Gov. Deval Patrick has decided to pass on a paid consultant job promoting the city’s Olympic bid overseas.
Surveillance showed a T.R. Stone truck driver manipulating a fuel nozzle so that it would run without a person operating the pump.
Another deadly police shooting leads to a lawsuit, from a family who says officers did not need to use deadly force.
The amazing geomagnetic storm could be seen and captured on video from space.
People from across western Massachusetts were honored Thursday night at the Log Cabin for making our region better.
The Massachusetts Latino Chamber of Commerce recognized six women trailblazers and trendsetters in Springfield Thursday night.
Teens are using a popular brand of lip balm on their eyelids in an effort get high, and it’s become a viral trend.
A high school science teacher is accused of having sex with two of his students and pursuing two others.
A woman testified Hernandez abruptly became aggressive and agitated at a club two nights before the killing he is charged with committing.
Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev had a variety of extremist materials on his computer
A judge refused to release testimony heard by a grand jury that declined to indict a police officer in the chokehold death of Eric Garner.
A woman accused of decapitating her 3-month-old daughter had been “acting crazy” and talking about demons.
A sign posted by a church continues to raise eyebrows and spark both discussion and outrage after it was posted online.
A university president is speaking out about a social media “incident” he says mocked recent controversial deaths by police officers.
The group warns the shooting at the museum that left at least 23 people dead could just be the beginning.
A judge has endorsed a settlement in which Target Corp. will pay $10 million to settle a lawsuit over a data breach in 2013.