Springfield Mayor Sarno is fed up with all the recent gun violence. 22News explains how you can get involved to stop the violence.
The library debate continues in Northampton, over whether it should be considered a public entity when it comes to funding.
State Treasurer Deb Goldberg is warning Massachusetts residents of fake letters claiming to be “Unclaimed Property Winnings.”
A raccoon tested positive for rabies in Westfield. Now, anyone who may have come in contact with it needs to be tested.
EMS crews used naloxone to save an overdose victim, and they were able get there in time because a bystander called 9-1-1.
Springfield police set up a perimeter in the area of Court Square after a shot was fired outside the Juvenile Courthouse midday Friday.
Witnesses saw the suspect get into argument on the corner of Euclid Avenue and Belmont Avenue in Springfield.
The TSA found a total of 67 firearms this week in carry-on bags around the nation. They also found a lipstick stun gun and ninja stars.
A California federal appeals court ruled that Americans don’t have a constitutional right to carry concealed firearms.
TSA has been working to shorten screening lines at airports across America. 22News found out how those lines have been recently.
Former President Bill Clinton is expected to deliver a eulogy at Friday afternoon’s funeral in Ali’s hometown of Louisville.
30 teams and hundreds of people were walking at Springfield Central H.S. Friday for The American Cancer Society “Relay for Life.”
Cleide Fernandes decided to raise money this way after her son was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis a year ago, when he was 17-years-old.
An extraordinary story is emerging about an off-duty police officer, who helped capture one of the suspects.
Muhammad Ali came to Indianapolis in 1996 to campaign for Julia Carson, who was then running for Congress for the first time.
The remains of fallen Blue Angel Jeff Kuss have landed in his hometown ahead of the pilot’s funeral on Saturday.
Health officials have approved the first cholera vaccine intended to protect U.S. travelers from the potentially life-threatening disease.
Prosecutors dropped charges against a man who had been charged in connection with the theft of human bones from a Mass. cemetery.
Hallee Sorenson sat alone in a bowling alley surrounded by decorations after nobody showed up to celebrate her 18th birthday
Researchers are calling on lawyers to provide cheaper services and courts to offer more resources to those acting as their own attorneys