Teens share their accounts firsthand on what it is like dealing with substance abuse in Franklin County
A 29-year-old man from Westfield was arrested on drug charges after police received complaints that the man was allegedly driving erraticall…
Springfield Police have released video of a woman who grabbed a man’s wallet after he left it at a Shell Gas Station on Bay Street.
The Greenfield Police Department announced on Thursday they will start billing businesses or residents whose security alarms accidentally go…
Police are trained to use deadly force when they see a weapon being misused, so it wouldn’t be wise playing around with a fake gun.
How accurate are those coin counting machines at grocery stores? The 22News I-Team reveals you might be getting short-changed.
22News discovered that many drivers either don’t know about the “Move Over Law,” or just don’t abide by it.
The Hampden County Narcotics Task Force conducted the investigation in Holyoke.
Northampton police say that the raid on a New South Street apartment came after a weeks-long investigation.
A 51-year-old man from Rhode Island was arrested this week for allegedly driving drunk in Florence, Mass.
A second man has pleaded guilty to theft of more than $400 from a group of Girl Scouts selling cookies at a Massachusetts store.
The Greenfield Town Council voted not to fund a $5 million senior center for the town. Some residents are disappointed.
22News wanted to honor the Red Cross, and show you the impact they’ve made on this community.
A safety option on some cars will eventually become standard for all vehicles sold in the U.S., under a new agreement announced Thursday.
Conservative leaders scramble to come up with an anti-Trump strategy to prevent him from winning the GOP nomination.
A woman was spotted on a surveillance video stealing food and toiletries from a business. Police say the alleged thief is a nun.
This video of a baboon’s priceless reaction to a magic trick is going viral after recently appearing on “America’s Funniest Home Videos.”
A man who Kurdish authorities say was captured trying to leave ISIS territory may be the first American to defect from ISIS in the field.
David Thompson felt the smack of a wave and found himself hanging by a tether off the back of his sailboat in the Atlantic Ocean.
U.S. officials say ISIS is committing genocide against Yazidis, Christians and Shiite Muslims in Iraq and Syria.