Funeral arrangements have been announced for Marine Gunnery Sergeant Thomas Sullivan.
The only two elevators inside a Springfield high-rise apartment broke again. Residents were left stranded, and wanting answers.
A Massachusetts group wants to re-evaluate the state’s gun-free zones. 22News took a closer look at a bill that was filed Wednesday.
A Westfield man died on Wednesday when his house went up in flames. 22News spoke with the victim’s neighbors.
The father of a 7-year-old boy who is suffering from starvation and dehydration was being held without bail Wednesday.
Chicopee police found a woman who had disappeared on Tuesday night. It was believed that she was heading to Connecticut.
It’s that time of year again, road work is at its peak and drivers are anxious to get to their destination.
A strain of fungal disease is threatening the Cavendish banana, which is the most popular banana found in grocery stores nationwide.
A tribute was held Wednesday night for Marine Gunnery Sergeant Thomas Sullivan, who graduated from the old Cathedral High School.
A military official says several troops “ran back into the fight” after getting their colleagues to safety during an attack in Chattanooga.
The YouTube video showing a semi-automatic handgun, attached to a flying drone, firing bullets can look scary, but it is also legal.
Surveillance video shows that the man may have knocked himself out for a few seconds after head-butting a bus.
The man accused of murdering nine people inside a Charleston church last month now faces federal charges.
Police say two people turned themselves in to police after a swastika made out of cinder blocks was found on a high school track.
Investigators say a man was speeding when he hit a telephone pole and then flipped over several times, smashing into an auto dealership.
Thousands of “Parrot Heads” set up lawn chairs to enjoy the sounds of Jimmy Buffett Tribute Band “Changes in Lattitude.”
The capsule is carrying Oleg Kononenko of Russia, NASA’s Kjell Lindgren and Kimiya Yui of Japan.
The loonie was down 0.47 of a cent at 76.76 U.S. cents Wednesday.
A man told police he was shot, chased and then robbed at gunpoint – all for $3 and his cell phone.
American consumers remain hesitant to open their wallets, and that trend may continue through the back-to-school shopping season.