Springfield City Councilors have a message for some members of the fire department; it’s time to play by the rules.
The 22News I-Team discovered the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Dentistry has disciplined more than 30 dentists since 2014.
The case against Paul Dennehy of South Yarmouth almost didn’t move forward at all, after a key piece of evidence disappeared.
A Virginia State Trooper has died after a gunman opened fire at a Greyhound Bus Station in Richmond, authorities said.
The District Attorney used “hands-on” activities Thursday night to show teens how hard it is for a person to drive a vehicle while drunk.
22News found out a battery exploded in a laptop, causing a house fire in Wilbraham. Here’s some tips on how to prevent this from happening.
New information on the electronic scanners going up on the Massachusetts Turnpike and if they could save you money.
A former teacher at Hoosac Valley Middle and High School in Cheshire, admitted to sufficient facts to a larceny charge in court.
The Moose Cabin will soon be a reality. Kara Fontenot spearheaded the fundraising campaign in honor of her late husband.
Purdue researchers said determining the structure of the virus allows critical advances to the development of effective antiviral treatments…
At least 125,000 American veterans who served since September 11th are being treated by the VA as though they never even put on a uniform.
Looking to show pollen who’s boss this allergy season? Here’s some things experts say you can do to make the allergy season more bearable.
A viewer sent in video of what they call a “tumbleweed tornado”. It was taken at Unser and Rainbow in northwest Albuquerque.
NASCAR’s Derek White turned himself in and charged in connection to the biggest tobacco-smuggling bust in North American history.
California lawmakers on Thursday approved the nation’s highest statewide minimum wage of $15 an hour to take effect by 2022.
The more hits to the head an amateur football player takes, the greater the risk that he will be depressed.
Carlos Ramon Velazquez was convicted Thursday of first-degree murder in the August 2013 death of Lee Harmon.
Devices that looked like pipe bombs intended to start a fire not an explosion were found hanging from power lines in Mass.
The 400-year-old institution will install a plaque at the home for college presidents to recognize the slaves who lived and worked there.
Federal prosecutors say a retired Massachusetts police detective has admitted to his role in an investment scheme.