Drug companies in the US are being called out for raising their prescription prices. 22News found out which two companies are being targeted…
Baker administration launches new campaign to end the stigma behind opiate addiction. 22News found out how this campaign will run.
After weeks of controversy, MGM will hold another meeting on its design change. 22News found out this time it’s with the Gaming Commission.
A company that was considered to be a “pillar of the community” in eastern Franklin County is closing its doors.
22News spoke to an attorney about who is legally responsible for loose cargo that falls off your car, and potentially causes any damage.
A Massachusetts teenager charged with raping and killing his math teacher is now mentally competent to stand trial, a judge ruled Wednesday.
About 95% of TV ad spending in the Republican presidential race has come from outside groups and Super PACs, according to NBC News.
The Springfield Fire Dept. is offering free home safety checks for residents throughout the city after receiving a fire safety program grant…
Over 30 new firefighters graduated from the state call/volunteer recruit fire training program Wednesday evening.
It was anything but a run-of-the-mill bank robbery. A man robs a bank and then sits there waiting for police to arrive.
New research has revealed yet another reason to cut down on the soda. It might contribute to heart failure.
Despite scoring 36 points in their rout of the Dolphins last Thursday, Brady said his undefeated Patriots could have done more on offense.
Landowners, listen up: there’s a new excuse to leave the leaves as they are.
Layoffs in 2015 included 2,500 jobs, or about one-fifth of the workers in the company’s corporate offices in Minneapolis and Brooklyn Park.
Justin Timberlake, Little Big Town, and Carrie Underwood all shared special pre-show moments before the CMA’s kicked off.
Recently divorced singer Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani, who filed for divorce in August, are dating.
Country music’s biggest night on television kicked off Thursday night.
A child reported missing by his mother in August of 2002 has been found.
The death of a 9-year-old Ohio boy who collapsed at a youth football practice is under investigation by local law enforcement officials.
An 18-month-old has been hospitalized after a 2-year-old pit bull put half of her head into its mouth.