Springfield Police were called to assist a stabbing victim on Narragansett Street, Monday night, in the city’s North End.
A teenager wanted by Chicopee Police on arrest warrants jumped into the Connecticut River, Monday night, to try and escape.
South Hadley police are hoping you can help them identify three women wanted in connection with a forgery and theft case.
The mayor says that the Worthington Street bar has been “very non-cooperative” in preventing similar incidents from happening.
Mayor Alex Morse officially became the first mayor in Massachusetts to endorse Question 4, which is to legalize recreational marijuana.
More than 500 residents signed a petition to stop a HAPHousing project. 22News was there when the petition was handed to the town council.
A couple have been accused of leaving their 2-year-old son alone for up to 90 minutes to go play the “Pokemon Go” smartphone game.
The pilot of a hot air balloon that crashed in Texas was able to keep flying despite having at least four convictions for drunken driving.
The state has granted 8 new liquor licenses in Easthampton, and the city’s license board is now working to figure out where they’ll go.
Chicopee children had the chance Monday night to meet and make friends with police and firefighters.
MassDOT is posting signs on the highway to remind drivers to go slow and be alert when you’re driving through a construction area.
After campaigns, social movements and legal trouble, Apple’s emoji catalog is going to see some changes.
A 42-year-old skydiver made history when he became the first person to leap without a parachute and land in a net instead.
Bug sprays available now can stop the mosquitos transmitting the dangerous virus but how do you know which spray is the most effective?
The latest CNN/ORC national election poll puts Hillary Clinton ahead of Donald Trump 52-to-43-percent.
The MBTA faces an additional financial hurdle this year as projected sales tax revenue for the transit agency has dropped about $32 million.
A new study takes a look at how much time Americans spend glued to their screens.
A consultant brought in to oversee the MBTA’s cash handling operations has botched the operation according to the Union President.
More than eight people are killed each day by distracted driving, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
The vital task of who’s going to be manning the x-ray machines at the end of vital security lines is coming down to the very last minute.