18 people were killed due to violence in Springfield over the past year. 22News explains what many of the victims had in common.
Holyoke and Chicopee Police say there have been several overdoses, including the two deaths, in the last few days throughout western Mass.
The New Year brings new beginnings, and that includes MGM finally getting back to some demolition work on the casino site.
Palmer firefighters were called to Breckenridge Street, Friday night, after a car burst into flames.
A video making the rounds on the internet might make you cringe when you see it. That’s what it was meant to do.
Security footage from a Town of Tonawanda 7-Eleven store on Sheridan Drive shows a citizen taking down an armed robber in the store.
An elevator crushed a man to death on New Year’s Eve. witnesses said he helped a woman to safety before losing his own life.
Some people in Utah are puzzled by the dating website called “wherewhitepeoplemeet.com”.
The owners of Merchant’s Grill speak up about being the target of a terrorist act
Security remains on high alert after a terror plot in New York is thwarted.
Whether it’s saving more, or paying off debt, we found some simple steps you can take to get on track.
Making a new kind of resolution may help us reach our goals in the New Year.
A Massachusetts cemetery dating to the 18th century has been vandalized for the fifth time in four years.
Holyoke Police are investigating a deadly two vehicle accident that happened early Friday morning, New Year’s Day.
The search for the hit and run driver who killed a 59 year man from Palmer Thursday night is now in its second day.
22News found out how they are now coping with the loss of their homes, and everything they owned.
Bill Cosby’s wife has been ordered to testify in one of her husband’s cases.
We all know that you can’t text while you drive. 22News discovered soon you may not be able to use your phone at all behind the wheel.
New regulations on how physical restraints can be used in Massachusetts schools took effect on Friday.
Workers in Massachusetts must now be paid a minimum wage of $10 an hour, up from the previous minimum of $9.