Thousands have had their personal info stolen in the nation’s latest data breach. 22News shows you what tax experts are now warning against.
Data from the Dept. of Public Safety shows that thousands of elevators have not had their yearly safety inspections as required by law.
A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect for western Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin Counties.
Specimen plants serve as a focal point in landscape design.
A woman accused of robbing a Chicopee convenience store is also facing criminal charges out of Holyoke.
Jurors in the trial of the man accused of kidnapping and killing Amy Lord were sent home Wednesday.
Rhubarb is in season so why not use it to whip up something delicious?
Rick Santorum, an aggressive advocate for conservative family values, will launch a second bid for president on Wednesday.
Being absent-minded in middle age is normal, but there are ways to give your memory a little boost.
A new report by the Environmental Working Group says 80 percent of sunscreen products don’t work to the level they claim.
The famous actor could face up to 10 years in prison after illegally bringing dogs to Australia.
Police say a woman stabbed another woman in the eye with a fork in a dispute over the last rib at a barbecue.
Hays County has released photos and last known locations of people missing in the weekend floods
A Springfield firefighter helped one woman safely get out of her Tulsa Street home during a fire Wednesday morning.
What does the new Massachusetts Earned Sick Time act mean and what can sick time be used for?
An off-duty Springfield detective who was out for his morning jog helped his on-duty coworkers track down a car break-in suspected.
The odds of getting struck by a bolt of lightning in the U.S. are about one in 700,000 people a year, based on deaths and injuries.
Witnesses say bouncers at Florida’s Conch House threw most of the punches when a brawl erupted Sunday.
Journal outlining Aurora theater gunman James Holmes’ “obsession with killing” entered into evidence during trial.
Appeals court ruled the immigration plan that would delay deporting millions can’t be implemented until it works its way through courts.