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A Texas teenager who avoided jail time for murder because of an “affluenza” defense has been found in Mexico.
Gov. Baker told 22News the City of Boston has already boosted police presence for the New Year’s Eve celebration.
Police are warning residents of a phone scheme in western Mass. where someone is calling and claiming to be from the cable company.
If you purchased a real Christmas tree for your home this year, now may be the time to bring it down.
With real winter weather on it’s way, it’s time to think about protecting yourself from the cold and wet elements outside,
Westfield Police have released the identity of the driver who was killed in a head-on crash on Route 20 Christmas Eve.
Westfield State’s new President starts in January. The 22News I-Team discovered how much money the school spent during the search.
Blame Mother Nature or, if you prefer, Old Man Winter for Massachusetts’ top story of 2015: the relentless blizzards that pummeled the state…
A mother and daughter authorities say concocted a story about seeing a man throw a baby into a Massachusetts river on Christmas Eve.
“I thought it was the best thing to do,” Belichick said of forgoing receiving the football.
Known simply as “Lemmy” to most, he was as famous for his mustache, mutton chops and the mole on his face as he was for his music.
A man faces false imprisonment charges after allegedly handcuffing a woman in downtown Nashville and driving her to the hospital.
The trek home from the holidays is a slow one for the millions waiting in airports across the country’s midsection.
Beginning January 21 on The CW, these outcasts have one chance to become DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.
A new study says diet beverages may make you chow down on more unhealthy food than you realize.
While almost all practitioners still rely on imports from China, concerns over contamination and quality is driving up demand for herbs grow…
Trump’s latest round of attacks are targeted at democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton.
Florida-based CNL Lifestyle Properties has sold its senior housing, many marinas and attractions, and the Mount Washington Hotel and Bretton…
People in the capital still live under the constant threat of bombings. But an orchestra conductor is trying to ease their fears.