22News was in Springfield to discuss if the city will handle this storm cleanup any differently than the last.
There was no immediate confirmation from the North, which had recently warned it is ready to test its first intercontinental ballistic missi…
While authorities searched for the bus, the players sat in the arena, talking on their cellphones, playing cards, and napping.
Pandemonium broke out at a supermarket when a deer smashed through its glass entrance and briefly ran amok.
One officer was charged with aggravated rape and three others with aggravated assault. All deny the allegations.
Trump and Abe left Mar-a-Lago early Saturday morning and headed north to one of Trump’s golf courses in Jupiter, Florida.
Not every massage parlor is a front for prostitution, there is a history in our region of raids and arrests involving these businesses.
Outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in the Dallas suburb of Plano, about 20 anti-abortion protesters gathered.
22News was in Springfield where the judges will choose who will represent Springfield as the 2017 Colleen.
22News is working for you with why all of a sudden we’re seeing so much snow.
The department of water resources announced it is dialing back water releases over the battered main spillway by about 15 percent.
Yale trustees said the Ivy League university is renaming Calhoun College after trailblazing computer scientist Grace Murray Hopper
Powerful winds in Elk Mountain, Wyoming blew over an 18-wheeler and it was caught on camera.
A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 1PM Monday.
It may seem premature to be apply for a job for next summer, but the park has 3,000 summer jobs to fill.
22News spoke with some shoppers stock up on winter weather supplies for the upcoming snow storm.
The Springfield water and Sewer commission told 22News, that a foot of snow translates only into one inch of water.
Some residents said they had already invested hours into shoveling their sidewalks and driveways
The bullet holes in the fellowship hall at Emanuel AME church have been patched, but the holes in the fabric of life in Charleston remain.
A textbook has sparked outrage in India for instructing fourth-graders to suffocate a kitten to learn that living beings need air.