Rattlesnakes could be cut loose in the Quabbin Reservoir, where state officials are hoping to revive an endangered species.
Springfield Police are investigating an armed robbery Wednesday night after a man was taken to the hospital with a stab wound.
A wounded man walked into the Mercy Medical Wednesday night after a report of someone shooting at a house in Mason Square.
A man wearing no pants died in a car crash after watching porn on his cellphone while driving in Michigan.
Business owners were surprised to find out they can apply for casino impact funding. 22News found out why businesses didn’t know.
The MassDOT has a plan to improve a dangerous intersection on Island Pond Road. 22News has details on the proposed changes.
22News is working for you to reveal the process to have bulk items legally taken away or dropped off.
The Attorney General is investigating whether the makers of a new Hepatitis C drug are violating state law by pricing the drug too high.
22News found out that two Franklin County businesses are being sued for alleged negligence.
A New England Patriots fan may have jumped the gun when he got a tattoo declaring the team champions of a game they never reached.
Just last year, there were close to 900 recalls affecting more than 50 million cars nationwide.
The billionaire developer can go forward with his waterfront casino plans while Boston will receive an extra $6 million in payments.
Executive Producer Jason Rothenberg previews where alliance lines are drawn when The 100 is new Thursday at 9/8c on The CW.
The federal agency’s Hartford office found that employees of Lake Compounce Family Theme Park were exposed to hazardous chemicals while work…
See who calls the shots on a new episode of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Thursday at 8/7c on The CW Springfield!
The new reactions will include symbols for “angry,” `’sad,” `’wow,” `’haha,” `’yay” and “love.”
The showdown between The Mikaelsons and The Strix is only 2 DAYS away. The Originals returns on its new night, Friday at 9/8c!
It could also help lower people’s cable bills.
A Mass. man who got arrested after videotaping a foul-mouthed police officer has been awarded more than $72,000 in a settlement.
Two officers have joined a class-action lawsuit with six other town employees who say they’ve been hurt by the town’s “history” of racism.