The 22News I-Team found out that food stamp money is being withdrawn at some pretty shocking places in Massachusetts.
Police and firefighters were called to the old Holyoke Armory on Sargeant and Pine streets, Monday night, for a partial building collapse.
Shelburne firefighters had to set up a “water shuttle” to get water to a burning garage on Mercy Anderson Road Monday night.
Record turnouts expected for the presidential primary election in Mass. 22News spoke with a Democratic and Republican political consultant.
By law, convicted murderers cannot profit from their misdeeds, but this case points out a major flaw in that law.
The Pittsfield Police Department seized two guns within three days after a report of a shooting and a “disturbance”
The East Longmeadow Board of Selectmen was scheduled to interview 3 candidates for the new Police Chief, but 1 dropped out early.
Many local cities and towns are requiring high school students to learn CPR as part of their graduation requirement.
It’s a growing problem for many Americans, particularly the elderly; the rising cost of medications.
A non-profit places veterans with law enforcement agencies around the country to track down child predators.
A St. Louis mother is fighting for change after learning her son cannot return to his school next year because he’s African-American.
Preparing for the biggest delegate haul of the campaign, Hillary Clinton is trying to leave Bernie Sanders with little room to operate.
Governors and senators are often regarded as political bellwethers in their states during the presidential primaries.
Jesse Matthew, Jr. will enter a guilty plea in the two high-profile murder cases he is charged in.
“Spotlight” portrays the Boston Globe’s investigation into the Catholic church’s cover-up of sexual abuse.
The FDA announced it would add a boxed warning to alert doctors and patients to problems reported with the nickel-titanium implant.
We spend a year of our lives searching for lost items, but much of that time can be put to good use by simply becoming more organized.
Sports TV personality Erin Andrews testified in the trial against convicted stalker, Michael David Barrett, who filmed her without consent.
U.S. Magistrate Judge James Orenstein ruled Monday.
Puerto Rico’s governor has called for the legalization of marijuana during his last public address as leader of the U.S. territory.