The Duke Blue Devils beat Wisconsin 68-63 on Monday night to give coach Mike Krzyzewski his fifth national championship.
22News took a look at Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2015, and one with strong ties to western Massachusetts.
The City Council has approved $1.8 million in funding that will be used to repair roads damaged by this harsh winter.
Chicopee residents sat down with Mayor Richard Kos to get answers to their questions about current issues in the city.
A 75-year-old statue is missing from atop a tombstone at a West Springfield family grave site.
Missed WonderCon 2015? Don’t worry, we got our hands on the action-packed trailer featuring a look at The Flash’s final episodes!
Tuesday is the first day the new “wipers on/headlights on” state law takes effect in Massachusetts.
As wild animals come out of hibernation, 22News is working for you with how you can keep your family and pets safe.
A woman is looking for answers after her three English bulldogs were shot and killed by a neighbor.
Closing arguments were heard Monday in the Boston Marathon bombing trial, and now the case moves to the death penalty phase.
The device allows for testers to determine muscle mass measurements without using a blood sample.
A church has declined to return $300,000 given to them by a man who obtained it in a Ponzi scheme.
A man suffering from a gunshot wound drove himself and two children to Hartford Hospital after he had carjacked the car they were in.
State senators are working to make changes to Governor Baker’s plan that would offer early retirement to thousands of state employees.
Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club continue to sell Blue Bell products made at other plants.
While spending on prom night is down overall, there’s one surprising area where students are shelling out big bucks.
Southwest detailed 2014 compensation for Chairman and CEO Gary Kelly in a regulatory filing Monday
You’re not feeling your best, there are some foods that can make you feel a little bit better.
The probe could affect as many as 517,945 cars.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has been looking into the issue since last June.