State Police enforce our traffic laws. The 22News I-Team reveals if the data supports the commonly held theory that they’re filling quotas.
22News explains how Northampton Police Officers are making more information public concerning criminal activity.
A man from Springfield will spend at least 18 years in state prison for brutally attacking an elderly man on Election Day in 2014.
A man from Easthampton, who pleaded guilty in February of 2016 to distributing cocaine and marijuana, was sentenced on Tuesday.
Gov. Charlie Baker said a different approach to criminal justice might be warranted and he believes police killers should be executed.
A petition to immediately remove the principal of an elementary school in a Hampshire County town has caused some controversy.
22News was in Hampshire Superior Court on Tuesday when the man accused of stabbing a South Hadley police officer was arraigned.
The Zen Restaurant closed Tuesday. Now former employees are upset, and claim they weren’t given any notice of the closure.
The Springfield budget meeting scheduled for Tuesday night was postponed by the City Council, making the Mayor Sarno annoyed.
The Trustees of Forbes Library are suing the City of Northampton. It’s a matter of who makes decisions for the library.
The state is working to expand broadband internet service to 2 Massachusetts communities.
Toxic chemicals have been linked to serious illnesses, including cancer, infertility, diabetes and Parkinson’s disease.
Cities like Springfield and Hartford are using federal grants and drug forfeiture money to help pay for these intelligence centers.
More than 300 Vietnam Veterans will be inducted into the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund’s In Memory Program on June 18, 2016.
The NFL awarded Super Bowls to Atlanta, Miami and Los Angeles, three cities that made significant financial investments in new stadiums.
As search and rescue crews pull find more human remains, there are conflicting reports about whether there was an explosion on board.
The beverage company has stopped production “of sugar-based” beverages because sugar producers have run out of raw materials.
A warning to all off-highway motorcycle riders and the public about the cables, which the agency says are intended to cause serious harm.
Over the past year, at least a dozen schools have promised to cover tuition for Syrian refugees who are accepted for enrollment.
Baker and Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito won office in 2014 by 40,000 votes out of nearly 2.2 million cast and Baker has since enjoyed status as the …